Week in Review: Top Folks; Dome Woes; Fire Chief Exit; Mex Hot Spot; And, We're Goin' Hollywood!

Here are some of the headlines from Martinez this week.

Chamber Honors Martinez Citizens of the Year: The honorees will be feted at April 13 dinner and award ceremony at the Martinez Events Center. Do you know any of the winners? Story here.

'Save The Dome' Committee To Rally Monday Night: The fate of Pleasant Hill's 'dome' theater is all but sealed as plans move ahead for redevelopment of the shopping center, but fans of the decades-old cinema are holding out hope. Details here.

ConFire Chief Daryl Louder is Retiring: His last day will be Oct. 31. Announcement comes after a turbulent year for the sprawling fire district. Read more here.

Hidden Gem: La Primavera Mexican Restaurant: This family-owned, colorful restaurant has been serving up authentic Mexican food in Martinez for more than 20 years. Read more.

Who's Hiring in Martinez: ValleyCrest Landscape; PT Casinos; La Petite Academy. Get details here.

Mail Theft and Suspicious Hugging: Martinez police reports from March 27 to April 1. See it all here.

Writer-Director On the Martinez Set: It's "A Dog's Life" in Martinez. The film crew will be rolling around Martinez for the next week. Check it out. 




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