September 26, 2014 – Vol. 36 No. 17

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Conservation Corps suspends plan for charter school in Signal Hill, citing rising costs after resident outcry

Sean Belk Staff Writer The Conservation Corps of Long Beach has abruptly halted its plans to operate a new public charter high school in Signal Hill, citing rising costs...

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Vector control: West Nile virus threat still widespread in county

The Greater Los Angeles Vector Control District (GLACVCD) is continuing to remind residents that the threat of West Nile virus (WNV) is still widespread in Los Angeles County. Last...

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Signal Hill man involved in train accident succumbs to injuries

A Signal Hill resident has been identified as the victim of a recent train accident. The Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) was notified that 89-year-old Robert Lee Mills of...

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No injuries sustained in Signal Hill residential fire

Firefighters extinguished a residential fire in the 2300 block of Lewis Avenue in Signal Hill on Sunday, Sept. 21, according to Signal Hill Police Department (SHPD) Senior Police Officer...

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Lowenthal bill to allow marriages at City Hall becomes law

Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB 1525 by Assemblymember Bonnie Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) into law on Friday, Sept. 19, allowing city clerks to perform marriage ceremonies, according to Lowenthal’s office....

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Downtown LB loop to Metro Blue Line closed for 30 days for planned reconstruction

As part of a long-planned $1.2-billion overhaul of the Metro Blue Line, construction activity is centering on the downtown Long Beach loop of the light rail system, necessiting a...

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Latest News

Planting trees in memory

Family members of the late Lillian Kawasaki, a long-time environmentalist and board member of the Water Replenishment District of Southern California (WRD) who died last year, and community members participate in a tree planting in the Los Cerritos Neighborhood on Saturday, Sept. 20 in honor of Kawasaki.
Community members pitched in during a tree planting on Saturday, Sept. 20 to honor Lillian Kawasaki, a long-time environmentalist...

Around Town

PARTY WITH THE QUEEN What Queen Mary’s 80th Anniversary Reception Who The Queen Mary When Friday, Sept. 26 from 10am to...