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Located in the San Francisco Bay area Martinez began its life as a land grant before becoming a weigh station for the gold rush and an official town in 1849. Today it is the only area, other than the Golden Gate Bridge, where the Bay Area Ridge Trail and the San Francisco Bay Trail converge. A Shell refinery facility is located across highway 680 from Martinez. Also of not, Martinez was the birth place of baseball great Joe DiMaggio.

Population: 35866
Local Newspapers: The Martinez News Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Raiders
Local Colleges: Contra Costa Community College

Zip Codes associated with martinez, california: 94553
Towns/Cities near martinez, california : Benicia Vine Hill Pacheco Ozol Maltby

Martinez News
The musical view from Mexico and Bali

Does it make any sense to make world music a genre, as we lump together African drumming, Indian raga, Tuvan throat singing and the music of hundreds of other cultures into one big other , distinct from the global domination of commercial and classical Western music? That was the question Sunday when I went from a matinee performance of a great mariachi band to an evening concert by a great Indonesian gamelan orchestra in the half-hour it took to drive from Northridge to Santa Monica. To fly from Tecalitlan, the Mexican city that gave us Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan, to Pengosekan, the Bali home of Gamelan Cudamani, is a minimum 33 hours - and even that is far too little time to prepare for culture shock.

Fate of Pine Meadow could be determined by judge in March

One of the lawsuits surrounding a planned residential development at Pine Meadow golf course ended when the San Francisco First District Court of Appeal threw out a claim that three open space supporters conspired to defame and interfere with the developers and former landowner. Defendant Tim Platt, Open Space and Park Protection Initiative supporter, said the Feb. 8 decision was a relief, especially because it was dubbed a Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation .

Firefighters Battling Blaze at Condo Complex on Eastgate Lane in Martinez

Firefighters this morning are battling a fire at a condo complex in the 400 block of Eastgate Lane in Martinez. The blaze started just before 2 a.m. This is the second fire at this condo complex in the past 24 hours.

Firefighter Injured While Trying to Extinguish Blaze in Martinez

Firefighters extinguished a two-alarm blaze that broke out at a housing complex early this morning in Martinez, according to Contra Costa County Fire Protection District officials. The cause of the blaze was accidental.

Two-alarm blaze destroys most of Martinez condo complex

A pan of oil left unattended on a stove burner erupted into a two-alarm fire that destroyed most of a condominium complex early Sunday morning, fire officials said. Five of eight units at the complex in the 400 block of Eastgate Lane were destroyed in the blaze, but none of the occupants were injured, Fire Prevention Capt.

Solano board schedules special meeting on RM 3 ballot placement

The Solano County Board of Supervisors will consider putting the $4.5 billion Regional Measure 3 Bay Area Traffic Relief Plan on the June 5 ballot when it meets for a special meeting Tuesday. Like Measure AA, the San Francisco Bay Area Restoration $12 annual parcel tax approved in June 2016, the board has no option but to put the RM 3 measure on the ballot as a consolidated special election.

Scott B. Wright: Simple question

If Orcem is such a great idea, how come no other waterfront communities in the Bay Area want it if Vallejo turns it down? How come Richmond, Berkeley, Pinole, Benicia, Martinez, Stockton, San Francisco, Oakland, Hercules, Crockett, Port Costa and Redwood City don't want this project? If this is such wonderful project for a community, don't you think there would be a line of communities that would want the cement factory? Instead there's not one that wants it.

Letter: Time for a a Citizen Sheriffa in Contra Costa County?

The Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office should be held accountable for answering questions and providing material to the county Public Protection Committee monthly meetings. Edith Pastrano, second from left, and Ankush Ganapathy, right, joined about 40 protestors during a rally at the Contra Costa County Sheriff's office on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, in Martinez, Calif.

176 Homes Without Power Off Wiget Lane in Walnut Creek

This latest shooter put a video on youtube stating he wanted to be a "professional school shooter" and a good citizen reported it to the I received a text almost 2 weeks later. Why is there any focus on this man who showed his pecker? Is life that boring? Really? How about creating a real sense of safety by having some armed guards at every school like alot of the private schools do? Nah! we No it wasn't.

Vehicle Fire Extinguished on Buskirk Ave. Near Monument Blvd. in Pleasant Hill

Here you go, Elwood: Pro-Gun Russian Bots Flood Twitter After Parkland Shooting https://www.wired.com/story/pro-gun-russian-bots-flood-twitter-after-parkland-shooting/ Such a great idea having a bike share in the area, but to bad this is the world we live in. Mark with you and your party need to realize is that you are the biggest purveyors of fake news and add to that all your Trumps answer to school safety President Trump's proposed 2019 budget would cut millions of dollars from federal education programs designed to help school districts improve Until we start electing people based on their number of twitter followers or Facebook friends, who gives a rat's behind about fake social I'm actually laughing about this.

[ACCIDENT] Emergency Workers Free Trapped Driver Following a C4 Corvette ZR-1 Rollover Crash

A yellow C4 Corvette ZR-1 wound up on its roof Sunday morning, trapping the driver for about an hour after a one-vehicle crash in Brentwood, California. Fortunately, rescuers were able to extract the man, who appeared to escape serious injury after he had crossed into the wrong lane and hit a utility pole on the driver's side door.

BART police arrest two sought on East Bay warrants

Two men were in Contra Costa county jails after their arrests by BART police responding to reports of violence, authorities said Monday. At 12:41 p.m. Sunday, police at the El Cerrito Plaza station responded to a report of a man aboard a train threatening and challenging riders to a fight.

Police: Man arrested for filming female shopper in dressing room

Police identified Juan Jose Martinez-Leyva, 45, and booked him in the Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of invasion of privacy. Police identified Juan Jose Martinez-Leyva, 45, and booked him in the Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of invasion of privacy.

Peeping Tom suspect arrested at Pleasanton's Stoneridge mall

A 45-year-old man was in county jail after his weekend arrest on suspicion of unlawful filming inside a fitting room, authorities said Monday. Around 4:08 p.m. Saturday, police responded to Hollister Company inside Stoneridge shopping center for a report of someone recording inside a fitting room.

City Channel cable TV volunteers span the ages

He's just 13 years old while she's 67, but Pleasant Hill residents Samuel Chen and Shari Dyer have both found niches as volunteers for city-sponsored programming shown on cable television's the City Channel. Chen, an eighth-grader at Sequoia Middle School, has volunteered as a program host since 2014, interviewing residents and city officials at community events, including Fourth of July celebrations, annual Christmas tree lightings, and the Tinkers and Thinkers Innovation Faire.

On Tap: Tickets for Blues Festival benefit concert on sale

Kyle Jester, of Martinez, plays out the blues with the Kyle Jester Band during the first ever Blues by the Bay festival at the Waterfront Amphitheater in Martinez, Calif., on Saturday, May 10, 2014. The Delta Blues Festival Seventh Annual Benefit Concert will be held 7 to 10 p.m. March 3 at the El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. The lineup includes blues greats Curtis Salgado, Annika Chambers, Wee Willie Walker, Anthony Paule, Kyle Jester, D'Mar, Vance Elhers and more in celebration of the blues festival, which was held for 19 years in dowtown Antioch.

Exhibition of new assemblages by Maria Martinez-Ca as on view at Julie Saul Gallery

Julie Saul Gallery announces their seventh solo exhibition of new works by Cuban born, Miami based artist, Maria Martinez-Canas, in an ambitious and powerful show entitled Transformative Structures . Supported by a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, these new assemblages created between 2016 and 2017 introduce a dramatic shift in style and medium.

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