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Martinez Community Foundation accepting grant applications

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MARTINEZ, Calif. – Those managing projects or programs that are located in, or which primarily serve Martinez and its residents are encouraged to submit grant applications for the fall 2015 grant review by the Martinez Community Foundation (MCF) Board of Directors. Applications must be received by Sept. 15, 2015. Established ...

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Vaudevilles: Open Call for local talent

By JAMIE JOBB Special to the Tribune Singers, songwriters, storytellers, soothsayers, poets, magicians, ventriloquists, comedians, jugglers, mind-readers, plate-spinners, impersonators, hypnotists, parent-and-child acts, stage-trained animals, Eastern Middle dancers, Lindy Hoppers, piano players, jive cats, chamber musicians, bluegrass and acoustic groups, dancers of tap-jazz-or-soft shoe … Martinez Campbell Theater has made an ...

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Falcons outmatch Dogs

Alhambra number three singles player Veronika Olson serves to her College Park opponent on Sept. 2, 2015, at Alhambra High in Martinez. (GERARDO RECINOS / Martinez Tribune)

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s tennis team ran into a tough match-up on Wednesday afternoon in a non-league scrimmage against the College Park Falcons. The Bulldogs recently beat Concord across the board in a scrimmage, and did the same against Mt. Diablo last week. “We did not win, but ...

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Fire destroys parking garage

By DONNA BETH WEILENMAN Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – Fire destroyed a parking garage Monday night, but was halted before it reached nearby apartments, according to the Contra Costa County Fire District. Dispatchers were notified of the fire in the 200 block of Oak Manor Plaza about 8:17 p.m. Monday, ...

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Bulldog boys adjust, win polo 11-10

Alhambra senior captain Bailey Abbott unleashes a powerful shot on frame in the Bulldogs’ 11-10 win over the Bishop O’Dowd Dragons on Sept. 2 at Alhambra High in Martinez. (GERARDO RECINOS / Martinez Tribune)

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune It took the Alhambra Bulldogs Water Polo team 21 minutes and 32 seconds to get ahead of the Bishop O’ Dowd Dragons on Wednesday night, Sept. 2. But after more than three periods of playing from behind (including a 4-0 deficit) the Bulldogs went ahead, ...

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Muñoz carries on Connolly & Taylor tradition

Richard Muñoz at his desk at Connolly & Taylor in Martinez. (E. CLARK / Martinez Tribune)

MARTINEZ, Calif. – When people who know Richard Muñoz think of him, they may think of his humor, his affability, and his dedication to community. What they may not think of, however, is that Muñoz spends his days – and oftentimes nights – as a mortician. The sports car driving, ...

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Vacuum effect of removing cats

Outcast Cat

By JULIE LINFORD Special to the Tribune Often when people resort to bringing free-roaming cats to Contra Costa Animal Services, it’s because they are just fed up with the problem. We get it! But there are many reasons why trapping and removing these cats is not the solution, whether with ...

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Campbell squatters?

The Campbell Theater in Martinez, California. (ERIN CLARK / Martinez Tribune)

By JAMIE JOBB Special to the Tribune Anchor tenant Onstage Repertory may be “squatting” at the Martinez Campbell Theater for its current production, “Let Me Hear You Smile,” which runs through Sunday, Sept. 6. A renegotiated sublease with City of Martinez had yet to be completed when scenery went up ...

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