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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
Martinez: Equipment Problem Sets Off Flaring At Shell Refinery

The issue triggered a flare, which burns off excess gas for safety reasons. The flaring lasted about 50 minutes, according to Shell officials.

Whata s the deal with Howard Dean?

Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events Former governor of Vermont Howard Dean addresses the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July. Few politicians are siding with the students and faculty of the University of California-Berkeley who want to exclude the conservative commentator Ann Coulter from speaking on their campus, but former Vermont governor Howard Dean is stepping into the void.

Woods has 4th back surgery; likely to miss majors this year

The defense gets a chance to make its case for leniency in the shooting death of former New Orleans Saints star Will Smith. The defense gets a chance to make its case for leniency in the shooting death of former New Orleans Saints star Will Smith.

Community briefs: Walnut Creek and Lamorinda

The city has an estimated $166,924 in Community Development Block Grant funds available for fiscal year 2017-2018. The deadline for applications is April 27. The CDBG program is funded by the federal government through the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

El Cerrito group finds Dog Scouts of America has merit

Dog Scouts of America, a program that enables owners or guardians and their animals to get the most out of their relationships, has come to the East Bay. Much like a Boy Scout troop for dogs, the program awards merit badges for different canine accomplishments.

Next generation builds on Muir legacy

Lately, Sandra Cruz Gonzales finds herself suggesting to strangers that what they perceive as bound for refuse could instead be considered compost. The president of leadership at Vicente Martinez High School in Martinez has adopted an eco-friendly lifestyle and has taken on "watching people to see where they put their trash."

Sheriff's Detectives seek additional child molestation victims of Richmond man

The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff is seeking additional possible victims in a child molestation case. Earlier this year, Detectives arrested 26-year-old JB Yancy following a three-month long investigation.

Trial dates set in separate homicides from 2014

SANTA CRUZ >> The Bates brothers sat in shackles at opposite corners of the jury box of Santa Cruz County Superior Court on Wednesday morning. Marcus Taylor Bates, 25, and Michael Clarence Bates, 22, are accused in the rolling gun battle and death of Alejandro Garcia Sanchez on Aug. 2, 2014, on Mission Street in Santa Cruz.

La Di Da, Houseblend in first concert together

Award-winning quartets La Di Da and Houseblend will unite their voices for an a cappella concert May 5, at the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek. The concert, filled with harmonies, rhythm and humor, features the two groups together for the first time.

About to celebrate 106th birthday, Concord woman shares secrets to longevity

A life abundant in fortitude and gratitude are ingredients for longevity for a Concord woman who celebrates her 106th birthday on Saturday. Grilled hamburgers and chocolate sundaes are Katherine Scandissio's celebratory cuisine of choice, and Concord's mayor is slated to pay her a visit at a board and care where she has lived since last August.

Coachella 2017: 17 things you need to know about the festival's first weekend

APRIL 15: Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin and Whitney Wolfe attend Winter Bumbleland on April 15, 2017 in Rancho Mirage, California. RANCHO MIRAGE, CA - APRIL 15: Kendall Jenner attends Winter Bumbleland on April 15, 2017 in Rancho Mirage, California.

Santa Ana to consider two-year extension for trash collection...

A garbage truck operator collects trash along the 1900 block of West 19th St. in Santa Ana, on Monday, April 17. Santa Ana City Council on Tuesday will discuss a possible two-year extension of the current waste management agreement with USA Waste of California. SANTA ANA City council members on Tuesday will consider a two-year extension on a trash collection contract with Waste Management of Orange County - it's Santa Ana's largest agreement and one that has only gone out to bid once in about 50 years.

Mysterious power surges return to BART; agency thinks it has identified the problem

BART officials now believe metallic dust is to blame for the mysterious power surges that knocked out nearly two dozen train cars Friday between two East Bay stations. BART workers first started noticing problems with the cars at around 10:30 a.m. between the North Concord/Martinez and Pittsburg/Bay Point stations, said spokesman Jim Allison.

Studentsa return to San Bernardino school is a first step toward healinga

SAN BERNARDINO >> School district officials said Monday was "our first step toward healing" as students returned to North Park Elementary School, where a shooting April 10 left a teacher and a student dead and another student wounded. "There's a small fraternity of partners no one wants to be a part of, at Columbine, Sandy Hook and Virginia Tech," said Dale Marsden, superintendent of the San Bernardino City Unified School District at a news conference Monday afternoon at school district headquarters, at 777 North F St..

Man arrested in connection to East Bay bar shooting

A man has been arrested in connection with a shooting that happened earlier this month at a bar in Antioch, police said Monday. Officers arrested 28-year-old Antioch resident Christopher Wilson on suspicion of shooting a 37-year-old man on April 2 at Cruisers Saloon at 1611 A St. in the Eastwood Plaza Shopping Center.

John Muir National Historic Site Celebrates John Muir's Birthday and Earth Day

Join the National Park Service and the John Muir Association in celebrating John Muir's 179th birthday and Earth Day, during our annual Birthday - Earth Day event on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the John Muir National Historic Site in Martinez. The celebration, held rain or shine, features family-oriented activities, food for sale, live music including a bagpipe band, song performances by original cast members of the play Mountain Days, and exhibits by national parks and local environmental organizations.

Re: Sen. Nancy Skinner Asks Contra Costa Supervisors to Cancel $95 Million Jail Expansion

State Sen. Nancy Skinner sent a letter to the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors today urging them to reverse plans for an expensive jail expansion in Richmond. The supervisors voted in February to approve growing the West County Detention Facility.

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