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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
Immigration Advocates to Meet With Contra Costa Sheriff

Immigration advocates denounce Sheriff Dave Livingston for collaborating with ICE and attempting to expand the West County Detention Facility Contra Costa County Sheriff David Livingston will be meeting with immigration advocates on Thursday to discuss mounting fears about the county's collaboration with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and its perceived adherence to President Donald Trump's immigration agenda. Members of the Racial Justice Coalition, including immigration attorneys, SEIU members and two DREAMers, are slated to attend the meeting.

Jail Expansion Plan Is a 'Slap in The Face' For Richmond

Richmond's fight to prevent a $95 million jail expansion at the West County Detention Facility continued on Tuesday, with the City Council authorizing an opposition letter to be sent to the state board that has the power to approve funding for the project. Richmond City Manager Bill Lindsay will now draft the letter and send it to the California Board of State and Community Corrections, which must grant $70 million in order for the expansion to move forward.

Jury Rules Death of Man Killed by Concord Police 'Not an Accident at the Hands of Others'

The death of an Antioch man who was shot and killed by police in Concord last October has been found by a coroner's inquest to be a death at the hands of another person other than by accident. Several officers gave testimony on Wednesday at the inquest in Martinez surrounding the events that took place on Oct. 11 that resulted in the death of 30-year-old Dominick Musulman.

A dozen years after his son, Landrin Kelly is killed, police say

Landrin Kelly speaks to the press outside the courthouse, Wednesday Oct. 11, 2006 in Martinez. More than 12 years after his son was killed, Kelly was slain, police said.

Martinez fills staff posts, sets Measure D spending guidelines

City council actions have quickened the pace of staffing additions. Anne Cardwell, new assistant city manager, Melissa Woodin, new deputy city clerk and council approval for a community and economic director position are evidence that City Manager Brad Kilger will have the personnel needed to move long-stalled projects forward.

East County police logs for Feb. 24

Assault: An employee at the Shell Gas Station on Auto Center Drive called police after two men, who were not allowed at the store, threw extremely hot water in an employee's face. Officers arrested Darrin Hughes, 26, for resisting arrest following a chase.

Martinez offering residents sand and sand bags

F Street: At the west end of F Street off of Alhambra Avenue and the beginning of the Park District Trail, just past Alhambra High School.

San Jose: More than 1,400 dogs compete in all-breed show

Denise Matulich, of Cameron Park, walks with her Best of Breed Great Dane Henry during the Great Dane judging at the Santa Clara Valley Kennel Club's annual AKC licensed all-breed dog show at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds in San Jose, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. Olga Maderych of Davis, gets her Great Dance Bright ready for judging during the Great Dane competition at the Santa Clara Valley Kennel Club's annual AKC licensed all-breed dog show at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds in San Jose, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017.

Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings

The report provides sep... )--Robert Martinez, Jr., International President of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, released the following statement in anticipation of ... )--A federal judge has certified a nationwide class of Stericycle consumers in a lawsuit alleging the company defrauded them by hundreds of millions of dollars, according to ... )--At the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. will unveil the latest innovations and solutions that le... )--NBC's popular morning show, TODAY, teamed up with PetSmart, the leading pet specialty retailer, to offer viewers inspiring reasons to adopt a pet at PetSmart's ... )--As Agent Bank, please be advised of the following rate determined on: 2/17/2017 Issue Standard Chartered Bank - Series 153 USD 750,000,000 FRN due August 2019 ISIN Numb... )--As Agent ... (more)

Another victory for Richmond rent control against the California Apartment Association

It has been another victory for rent control, just cause eviction protections, and the voters and renters of Richmond against the notorious meddling of the California Apartment Association . The CAA retaliated with a lawsuit against the City of Richmond after the voters and renters approved Measure L last November in a landslide victory.

Three Congressmen to host joint town hall meeting in Martinez, Saturday

Congressmen Mark DeSaulnier , Mike Thompson and Jerry McNerney who each represent portions of Contra Costa County in the U.S. House of Representatives, will host a joint town hall meeting in Martinez, this Saturday, February 18 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Both DeSaulnier and McNerney represent portions of Antioch. The special topic will be Protecting the Affordable Care Act , Medicare and Medicaid.

Oroville Dam Evacuations Lifted As Officials Say Structure Can Withstand Next Storm

The 67-foot-high Mackay Dam was built solidly, an earthen base with a concrete core when completed in 1919, wide and thick because builders meant to go higher before they realized there wasn't enough water. Water from Lake Oroville poured over the spillway Sunday and caused damage so extensive the Butte County Sheriff ordered the evacuation of almost 200,000 downstream residents.

In brief: Concord/Pleasant Hill/Martinez news for Feb. 17

The 10-week academy starts Feb. 27, to increase residents' understanding of the Police Department's operations and for them to interact with personnel. The academy is not for students to become police officers, but will give them a better understanding of how the department is organized, the services provided, and how personnel serve the community.

Novato murder defendanta s case sent to juvenile court

A teenager who was charged as an adult in a Novato murder investigation last year has had his case moved to juvenile court, at least temporarily. Juan Carlos Martinez Henriquez was 17 years old when he was charged with the gang-related murder of Edwin Guerra, a classmate at Novato High School, last May. Martinez Henriquez is also charged with the attempted murder of another classmate, Llefferson Diaz.

Birders delighted at annual Flyway Festival

Clara Paterson of Elk Grove sticks her head in the Rosie the Riveter poster opposing the proposed cement plant in Vallejo during a visit to the SF Bay Flyway Festival on Saturday. Like the birds who return to Mare Island year after year, the three-day event has become somewhat of a ritual for festival coordinator Sarah Cain.

Historic Rowell Building in downtown Fresno undergoes renovation

This drone video offers a bird's eye view of the historic Rowell Building in downtown Fresno, which is undergoing renovation. Developer Ed Kashian, who bought the building in 2014, hopes to begin leasing space in 2018.

The battle over public education is raging, but it's immoral to use students as pawns

Vice President Mike Pence, right, swears in Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. They are are joined by DeVos' husband Dick DeVos.

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