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Many of us pass the Bayside Park elder community on 40th Street without thinking too much of our neighbors that dwell inside. Active seniors can often be seen strolling the Park Avenue District neighborhood or...

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About a year ago, the Public Market made announcements of two new tenants that would be opening food stalls. Both The Periodic Table and Fish Face Poke have recently announced that they will be opening...

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The City of Emeryville provides a monthly progress report outlining significant developments and milestones that occurred throughout the period. Among these highlights from meetings conducted on July 11th and 25th are a proposed  update the...

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Emeryville Marina neighbors have probably noticed the barge, tugboat and heavy equipment amid the vessels that appeared in June. The three-month long dredging project at the Emery Cove Yacht Harbor was contracted to Curtin Maritime and is...

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The CNBC show American Greed is a true crime series narrated by Stacy Keach that examines “the dark side of the American Dream”. Last week’s episode profiled the downward spiral of John Fox who built...

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The City of Emeryville provides a monthly progress report outlining significant developments and milestones that occurred throughout the period. Among these highlights for June from meetings conducted on June 6th, 13th and 20th. Please note...

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About a year ago, it was reported that the parents of murdered Emeryville resident Antonio Ramos had filed a claim against Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after it was revealed that the gun used in...

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Mercury News investigative reporter Matthias Gafni is probing the EUSD and EPD for possible mishandling of our state’s mandated reporting laws in the wake of two alleged sexual assaults at the ECCL. The story provides varying...

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The July 27th Planning Commission saw two study sessions on the agenda for two new housing projects. One for the “Doyle Street Mews” project that had been previously reviewed back in April of 2016, and...

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Wednesday marked a somber anniversary that may have been lost on most newer Oakland and Emeryville residents. 10 years ago, on August 2, 2007, 57-year-old Oakland Post editor Chauncey Bailey was gunned down in broad...

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Clif Bar & Company’s Kali’s Kitchen, an employee-run sustainable café at Clif’s Emeryville headquarters, is the first to receive Gold certification in sustainability and nutrition from the United States Healthful Food Council’s (USHFC) non-profit organization...

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A sad conclusion to a long battle between the City of Emeryville and nearly 50 year-long Emeryville resident Andre Carpiaux came to a close on Tuesday as Council approved “abatement” of his home citing fears...

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The Emeryville Greenway has been lauded for its creative conversion of a former rail spur into a walkable/bikeable path that has become a centerpiece of the north-east Emeryville neighborhoods. In fact, it was recently selected for a...

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The City of Emeryville provides a monthly progress report outlining significant developments and milestones that occurred throughout the period. Among these highlights for April from meetings conducted on April 4th, 18th and 27th. Please note that...

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On Tuesday July 18th at about 6:57 p.m., Emeryville Police Dispatch received several 911 calls regarding a man being beaten with a baseball bat that occurred in the 3800 block of Emery St. As officers were...

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In this month’s slate of E’ville-centric stories aggregated from around the interwebz, we spotlight a familiar developer, an innovative research center and probably our most famous tenant. Rick Holliday, best known as the developer behind the...

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The June 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 225 total crimes reported for the month (up from 209 in May or +8%). Petty Thefts saw the largest spike with a 59% increase behind 118 incidents reported (The East Bay Bridge Shopping Center experiencing...

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A formal design permit has been filed with the Oakland Bureau of Planning and Zoning for the proposed development of the empty lot at 6500 San Pablo Avenue, a lot that once housed the original Trader Vic’s...

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Long distance Amtrak service may be cut from the Emeryville station if the Trump administration has its way. The White House has proposed cutting about half of the agency’s budget this coming fiscal year. Such a deep...

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A process that began in 2014 is finally set to go live on Tuesday, July 11th when the East Bay Bike Share Ford GoBikes will officially go online. Festivities will kick off at Latham Square in Downtown...

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The technology news site TechCrunch recently profiled a list of East Bay cities that are attracting a disproportionate amount of venture capital funding. While it’s no surprise that Bay Area cities are high on this...

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The race for the 2018 California Assembly District 15 race kicked off last week with the first campaign filing deadline. The seat is being vacated by Incumbent Tony Thurmond who is running for State Superintendent...

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In our last installment of our SF Homeless Project coverage, we spotlighted Oakland’s Compassionate Communities program. The project had ambitions to find housing for a group of 42 unhoused community members living beneath the I-580 underpass at...

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The June 21st Planning Commission saw agenda items including proposed signage for the Avalon residential development at 6301 Shellmound Street as well as an extension request for the 6701 Shellmound street (AKA The “Nady” Site) development. The agenda was slightly overshadowed by the news...

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