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Man, woman shot in Concord

CONCORD, Calif. – A man and a woman were shot inside their Concord residence on Wednesday. Police responded to a report of multiple gunshots heard in the 2900 block of Bella Drive and found a still-conscious male and female victim who said one or two suspects wearing all black clothing …

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Oily sheen detected on area waters; tanker suspected

A large oil sheen in San Pablo Bay, which feeds water into the Carquinez Strait in Martinez, was detected Wednesday morning. The sheen was discovered around 8 a.m. near the Phillips 66 Rodeo Refinery Marine Terminal. The refinery temporarily shut down operations and notified the National Response Center and the …

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Martinez Bocce Federation standings as of Sept. 10, 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. 10, 2016.

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Girls water polo wins 10-6 in DAL opener

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s girls pushed the magic number to four for coach Frank Reichert, as they took care of St. Patrick-St. Vincent-Vallejo. The 10-6 win leaves their coach with 296 career wins as the architect of the girls water polo program. It should be said that before …

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George’s performance leads way for Lady Dog tennis

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The College Park girls tennis team took on the rival College Park Falcons for the second time this season on Monday afternoon. The Falcons came out on top 7-2 in the Sept. 12, showdown, but as in their first meeting, the two teams weren’t separated …

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Boys polo scores 23 goals in DAL opening win at St. Pat’s

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s boys water polo opened up their Diablo Athletic League campaign with an explosive win on Sept. 14, by thrashing an upstart St. Patrick-St. Vincent-Vallejo team on the road. While they may not be so happy with how many goals the allowed, there is no …

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Lady Dogs cruise to win in straight sets

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The Alhambra girls probably won’t have an easier day out on the court than they did on Sept. 13. If you were told to make a list of players who had a positive impact you would probably just have to copy the whole roster. It …

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D’Atri leads pack in Ed Sias Invitational with medal win in 2-mile

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune The Bulldog cross country team officially kicked off their season last Saturday, September 10 at Martinez’s Hidden Valley Park for the 32nd Ed Sias Invitational. During 2014 Hidden Valley Park was renovated for easier access to the disabled. This resulted in the original cross country …

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McKillop endorses Avila Farias, Stevens, Masella-O’Brien

Dear Neighbors: Martinez is a city steeped in history and tradition. As a descendant of the early Martinez families who made their living fishing the Bay and working in the old cannery, I grew up to appreciate and value our town. As a City Councilmember today, I have a fuller …

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