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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
Are Bay Area pharmacies selling out of the flu vaccine?

With a deadlier than usual flu season hitting the Bay Area, KRON4 has gotten some reports of local pharmacies selling out of the vaccine. It was the same story at the CVS on Center Avenue in Martinez.

Northern California beer news, from Pliny the Younger to three new breweries

There was a time when February was one of the slowest months of the beer year. Then came SF Beer Week - this year's events run Feb. 9-18 and we'll take a deep dive into those events next time - plus enough other major brew-centric events to keep you busy throughout the shortest month of the year.

Man Makes Initial Court Appearance for Crash that Killed Two Young Girls

A man now charged with two counts of murder for the deaths of two small children in a crash last week involving a stolen truck made his initial appearance in court today in Martinez, Contra Costa County prosecutors said. Noe Saucedo, 23, of Pittsburg, was charged with a second murder after 2-year-old Camila Cardoza, who was injured in a collision Wednesday afternoon in Antioch, died.

Curtain Calls by Sally Hogarty: Strong debut for Plotline Theatre...

Plotline Theatre Company debuted this past week, and if its inaugural production is any indication, it will be around for a while. Managing director Randy Anger chose Neil Simon's "Sunshine Boys" as the company's first production.

Concord to ban foam takeout food containers

Polystyrene, which is not biodegradable, breaks up into smaller pieces that may contaminate soil and water. Furthermore, the plastic material is harmful to birds and marine life if consumed.

Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

Regency Dr. Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol. A 52-year-old Clayton male was arrested after being contacted by officers.

Woman Dies in Two-Alarm Fire in Martinez

A woman died in a fire in a condominium building this morning in Martinez, a fire marshal for the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District said. The two-alarm fire was reported just before 7:30 a.m. in the first block of Farm Lane, Fire Marshal Robert Marshall said.

Murder, other charges filed against driver of stolen vehicle in Wednesday crash in Antioch

Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office this afternoon filed formal charges against Noe Saucedo, the suspect who drove a stolen pick-up truck on Wednesday that crashed into another vehicle on Somersville Road in Antioch. He is being charged with murder, felony evading, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of hero-in.

Martinez among many cities grappling with changing their election systems after threat of lawsuit

Three maps created by a consulting firm, and three others submitted by members of the public, will be considered at a special City Council meeting Wednesday as the city continues it march toward district-based city elections. Three maps were created by National Demographics Corp., hired by the city to help make the transition from the current "at-large" system in which the mayor and City Council members are all elected by voters throughout the city, to a system in which the four council members are elected from smaller districts.

Jeremy Mickens, 35, is looking at life in prison for charges of kidnapping and assault.

County prosecutors have filed kidnapping and assault charges against a man in his 30s arrested last week in connection with the attempted sexual assault of a woman who was walking the Iron Horse Trail. Jeremy Mickens, 35, of San Francisco was arrested Saturday afternoon on suspicion of assaulting a woman on the Iron Horse Trail in Walnut Creek on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.

Lawsuit claims man shot by police in Contra Costa had hands raised

A lawsuit filed last week against three Vallejo police officers claims they shot a man in the head, ribcage and fingers while he had his hands in the air, attempting to surrender to police. The suit's main defendant, Kevin DeCarlo, suffered a collapsed lung and lost two fingers after the officers shot him near Martinez on the evening of May 31 last year , the lawsuit alleges.

Cities and school districts confront legal ultimatums: Convert from...

Cities and school districts across California are facing legal ultimatums: Convert from at-large elections to balloting by district, or risk spending millions of dollars on litigation. Some jurisdictions are fighting back.

Pittsburg man arrested, 4-year-old girl dies from stolen...

The two pickup trucks involved in a fatal collision in Antioch on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. Screenshot of video by S.J. Guerrero from Facebook, courtesy of ABC7 News.

Handy Elementary students are "owning" their science learning

"Femineers" Adeline Chavez, Fernanda Trujillo, and Evelyn Moreno, fifth-grade students of Ms. Dobson, researched three different types of sensors and are creating a robot to move hazardous waste.

Berkeley Rep Presents 16th Annual Teen One Acts Festival

Today the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre announced the presentation of its 16th annual Teen One-Acts Festival. The 2018 festival features two plays written by Bay Area high school students: Lucky, written by Lucy Urbano, a junior at Oakland School for the Arts, and Fig and Wasp, written by Eleanor Boes, a sophomore at Marin Academy.

Pittsburg Adult Education Center secretary arrested on embezzlement charges

The administrative secretary to the principal of the Pittsburg Adult Education Center was arrested on embezzlement charges for allegedly secreting over $200,000 in what was thought to be a defunct bank account for a preschool. Roxanne Saucedo, 51, was arrested by Pittsburg police on Nov. 16, 2017, for felony embezzlement by a public officer and booked into Martinez Detention Facility.

Online donations for Ryan Joseph reached nearly $43,000 by

A College Park High junior varsity wrestler critically injured in a match last week is known around the campus as "everyone's friend," and friends and strangers responded powerfully to the crisis Tuesday. Ryan Joseph remained on a breathing machine in the trauma unit at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, paralyzed from the neck down after suffering a spinal cord injury in a 160-pound match Jan. 10 against Alhambra High of Martinez.

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