The show of appreciation has been going on now every Sunday for the past five weeks.
Instead, the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond will provide the temporary space.
Da'Shawn Jones, 15, was arrested on March 6 and has been in custody since.
People have been trying to spread cheer, from a distance.
At the same hearing in Contra Costa County Superior Court, Justin Arthur Cook was sentenced by Judge David Goldstein to four years in prison, and was ordered to register as a sex offender for life.
The council's approval also included pursuing agreements with four artists -- one for each box -- to do the artwork, based on designs they had submitted for selection to take part in the program.
Chris Spadaro resigned Thursday afternoon, following an IA investigation launched at the end of January by his ex-girlfriend, Reshmika Dayal.
PBF Energy Inc., headquartered in New Jersey, will now operate the facility under the name Martinez Refining Co. LLC, and the $1 billion acquisition became official Saturday. The deal was struck in mid-2019.
Despite the school district's opposition, Martinez City Council voted on Wednesday to approve an operating permit for a cannabis dispensary near a Alhambra High School.
Rick Jones, the Martinez News-Gazette's editor, said he wasn't certain whether the news outlet covering the city of nearly 40,000 will continue publishing online.
The newspaper ended a 161-year run. Elissa Harrington reports.
On Monday night, the second night of the eight-day Hanukkah celebration, there will also be music, coffee, sufganiyah (round jelly doughnuts traditionally enjoyed at Hanukkah) and other family fun.
The new baseball team is the Martinez Mackerel, and the team and the Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs LLC intend the team to be ready to play at the start of its 2020 season in late May.
Eli Dominguez apparently tried to arrest Mayor Rob Schroder sometime before police responded at 3:21 p.m. to the 600 block of Main Street.
Though the superintendent asserted the threat was "not viable," he also said "making threats against a school, including false threats, is against the law."
Authorities are investigating an apparent murder-suicide in unincorporated Martinez that began as a missing person case.
Anonymous shooting threat at Alhambra High School in Martinez.
The blaze was first reported at 11:05 p.m. at 4950 Alhambra Valley Rd., near John Swett Elementary School, per fire dispatch.
Fireworks may have been to blame.
Rick Jones, the Gazette's editor the past six years, said on Sunday that he isn't sure whether the paper will continue as an online-only endeavor. The Gazette has been sustained largely by paid legal advertising, which Jones said would not carry over to online.