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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
MUSD by-district voting a moral quandary

A look at three proposed voting district maps for Martinez school board raised further questions about how to divide what trustees have historically striven to unify. Board members did not like any maps presented at the Jan. 8 meeting, and found new inequities.

Creating voting districts an imprecise process for cities, school districts

The process of dividing a city or a school district into sections, to enable "district-based" City Council and school board elections, can be messy and imprecise. Whether it brings more people into the civic process, or pits one local group against others, is now being addressed in Martinez and Concord.

Community briefs: Concord, Clayton, Pleasant Hill, Martinez Jan. 19 and beyond

A winter wellness fair will benefit the Rinkor family - mom, dad and three children - who lost everything in the Tubbs Fire in the North Bay in October. The benefit is from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, at Pathways Health & Peace Center, 140 Mayhew Way, Suite 100, in Pleasant Hill.

Renovation work inside a room at a Hawaii resort means a planned...

It was an unusual top to the Martinez City Council agenda for its Jan. 10 meeting. In addition to the usual whens and wheres, it stated, "Council member Gipner is participating remotely from Kapaa Shores Hospitality Room #119, 4-0900 Kuhio Highway, Kapaa, Kauai 96746."

Filmmaker endeavors to give life to legacy of murdered East Bay teen

Juan Miguel Chavez-Garcia sits between public defender Roberto Najera and interpreter Maria Munoz as his trial began Tuesday morning May 30, 1995 in Dept. 5 Contra Costa Superior Court in Martinez, CA.

County offers "Destination Wedding" location this Valentine's Day

Get hitched in style this year! The Contra Costa Clerk-Recorder office is offering a special venue for couples who wish to exchange wedding vows at a special location on Valentine's Day. The Clerk-Recorder Division, in partnership with the National Park Service, will host weddings at the historic John Muir House from 10:20 am to 3:20 pm on February 14th.

Dismantled guns, bullets secured for Bay Area - Art of Peace' project

Pati Poblete's healing process continues, much to the delight of commissioned artists on a mission to turn their vision of turning dismantled weapons into a worthy aspect of the " Art of Peace ." Eight artists sifted through various metal parts and ammunition neatly arranged by Shannon O'Hare at Obtainium Works, hopefully matching the proposal that impressed the selection committee.

Martinez to add DiMaggio's ancestral home as sister city

Martinez Vice Mayor Debbie McKillop, center, met with representatives from the Isola delle Femmine delegation from Sicily, as they display a newspaper special section devoted to Martinez native son Joe DiMaggio, whose parents moved to California from Sicily. From left are Marco Mogavero, vice president of the Isola delle Femmine-Pittsburg Committee; Viviana Gradino, a member of the Isola city council; Isola Mayor Stefano Bologna; McKillop; Antonio Scala, president of the Isola-Pittsburg sister city committee; Pietro S. Rappa; and Dr. Anna Maria Lucido Lo Dico.

Community briefs: Concord, Clayton, Pleasant Hill, Martinez Jan. 12 and beyond

'It is our goal to ensure that individuals with disabilities have access to our programs and that the experience is successful and meaningful," said Program Coordiantor Dario Sanchez in a news release. The bowling program is for those 18-years or older.

For first time, guided tours of John Muira s grave site

John Muir's burial site is photographed about a mile south of the Muir Homestead in a quiet, tree-shaded area near the banks of Alhambra Creek on Monday, April 29, 2013, in Martinez, Calif. John Muir, the champion of wilderness, died of pneumonia on Christmas Eve in 1914 in Southern California while visiting his younger daughter, Helen.

Bay Area schools vie for teachers amid statewide shortage

Casie Pruett, left, and Alex Birdsell, both representatives from the Martinez School District talk to attendees visiting their table during the Contra Costa County Teacher/Certification Staff Recruitment Fair at Alhambra High School in Martinez, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016. Attendees discovered a number of teaching positions in a variety of fields, including all levels of K-12 education, specialty and substitute teaching positions.

Martinez councila s second election a districta hearing Wednesday

The City Council on Wednesday will hold the second of at least five public hearings on establishing election "districts" from which council members will soon be elected. The council voted Dec. 6 to switch from its longtime "at-large" council election system to a district-based system.

The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

Center St. Take Vehicle w/o Owner's Consent/Vehicle Theft; Drive w/o License. A 28-year-old Fairfield male was arrested after being contacted by officers.

CHP: Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Driving Under the Influence of...

CHP: Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana and Other Drugs After Causing Five-Vehicle Collision in Concord A Martinez woman was arrested today on suspicion of felony DUI while driving under the influence of marijuana and/or other drugs after the CHP say she caused a five-vehicle collision on hwy.4 in Concord this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol. Today at about 10:52 a.m., Contra Costa CHP received multiple calls of witness accounts of a White Ford Explorer traveling at estimated speeds over 100-mph on northbound I-680 and north Those calls were then followed by calls of a rollover traffic collision at SR-242 and SR-4 involving that same reported White Ford Explorer.

CHP: Driver high on marijuana causes multi-vehicle collision in Concord

Officers from the California Highway Patrol continue their investigation into a multiple car, multiple injury accident on westbound 242 in Concord, Calif., on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018. The circumstances surrounding the accident are under investigation.

Bowing to pressure, Concord will move to district council elections

In a move that may empower the city's Latino voters, Concord will transition from at-large City Council elections to selecting representatives by district. Although several of his colleagues expressed concern that districts may lead to "provincial" leaders who advocate for their areas instead of the entire city, Mayor Edi Birsan said the onus will be on voters to choose wisely.

Aquarian Exposition a new generation of Beatles beats

The young band members of Aquarian Exposition might be in their early twenties, but in their heart and through their music, the four-piece band is stuck in the sixties. Performing at Plates Eclectic Cuisine restaurant in Antioch the night before Christmas Eve, it's as if the kids were channeling the Beatles.

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