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Historic Home Tour to return Oct. 8

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez’s Historic Home Tour is returning this fall for the 10th consecutive time. The Home Tour will feature seven private homes open to the public – most for the first and only time.  The tour is organized each year by the Martinez Historical Society to focus attention …

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Martinez teen perishes in accident

MARTINEZ, Calif. – A Martinez teen died after his vehicle collided with a tree Tuesday night. At 7:36 p.m. on Sept. 27, Martinez Police were dispatched to the area of Alhambra Avenue and Benham Drive, near Foothills Park, where a vehicular accident had occurred. When officers arrived on scene, they …

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Poll workers sought

Kelly Davis and her fellow Contra Costa volunteers have an early wake-up call on Election Day, but most of them don’t mind the long hours. Each of them has their own unique reasons for being a poll worker. And the Contra Costa County Elections Division is looking for civic-minded men …

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Garbage keeps it’s Vow to Bay Area fans

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Returning to the Bay Area a year after their 20th anniversary performance at the Fox Theater in Oakland in support of their first new studio album in four years, Garbage kept its vow to their local legion of fans with a solid two hour career spanning set …

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Lady Bulldogs win against Northgate

We may have a front-runner for the not yet existent Martinez Tribune Match of the Year. And for that, we thank the girls volleyball team for staying resilient and battling. The Lady Bulldog volleyball team was down 2-0 in their hotly-contested match against Northgate before they came all the way …

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Martinez Bocce Federation standings as of Sept. 17, 2016

The Martinez Bocce Federation consists of 235 teams within excess of 500 players participating across 32 different divisions. The courts are located at the Martinez Marina. MBF Standings current as of Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016.

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Lady Bulldogs struggled with former DFAL foe

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Last week the Bulldogs split their games against Freedom-Oakley and Acalanes-Lafayette respectively, but the margin between the two results really highlights what the league restructuring will do for the Bulldogs in 2016. The Acalanes Dons made easy work of the Bulldogs on Sept. 15, taking …

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Matadors cruise to victory over Bulldogs

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune If you looked at the Lady Dogs game last week against Acalanes, and then again at their game against Miramonte on Tuesday night, you’d see they were basically carbon copy answers to one question. Why were the leagues re-conferenced? When you have a team that …

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Minutemen too physical for Lady Dogs

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Concord and Alhambra’s girls took to the pool on Wednesday afternoon as the sun started to descend and played on of the more physical games of water polo that pool has ever seen. Concord’s Lady Minutemen were victorious by a score of 11-8, but the …

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Davis on the Tonight Show!

Alhambra alum and Green Bay Packers receiver Trevor Davis was featured on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’s “NFL Superlatives” edition on Friday, Sept. 16, prior to the team’s game with the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. (YOUTUBE.COM/FALLONTONIGHT / Courtesy)

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