By Neena Strichart Publisher Dozens of locals gathered last Saturday morning at the Rosie the Riveter Park, 3695 Clark Ave., to witness the unveiling of […]
By Rachael Rifkin Columnist/Personal Historian “There was never yet an uninteresting life. Such a thing is an impossibility. Inside the dullest exterior, there is a […]
The man for whom Bixby Knolls’ Tuttle Cameras is the namesake passed peacefully at home on March 12, 2011.
By CJ Dablo Staff Writer Beach is starting a new chapter in its long history to provide health care in Long Beach.
Assemblymember Bonnie Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) co-hosted the Capitol’s annual observance of Holocaust Memorial Day on Monday, May 2, in the Assembly Chamber, an event that […]
By Rachael Rifkin Staff Writer So many people have come forward to share their memories and reflections of Burroughs Elementary School that the Signal Tribune […]
By Rachael Rifkin Staff Writer The Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education approved budget cuts in February that have forced Burroughs Elementary School […]
1945 California Community Redevelopment Act allows cities and counties to establish redevelopment agencies to tackle urban blight (substantial, prevalent adverse physical and economic conditions) that […]
Assistant to the City Manager Rebecca Burleson presented a visual history of Signal Hill’s city seals during Tuesday’s city council meeting on Jan. 4. The […]
Last Saturday’s Long Beach Veterans Day Parade featured bands, military processionals, veterans groups, grand marshals, local dignitaries, children’s groups, law-enforcement vehicles and personnel as well […]
By Neena Strichart Publisher Discovery Well Park seemed to be the perfect location for last Saturday’s pancake breakfast at the “Foothill Club.”
The Long Beach City College (LBCC) Band of the California Battalion (also known as the Civil War Band) will perform a free concert for the […]
By Steven Piper Editorial Intern From 1924 to 1987, a private school in Signal Hill had a mission to instill the duties of citizenship, the […]
The Willmore City Heritage Association (WCHA) in Long Beach has won first place in Neighborhoods, USA’s Neighborhood of the Year Award 2010 national competition in […]
Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews, along with the Long Beach Ministers Alliance, Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation & Marine, Long Beach Department of Health […]