The September 15 issue of the Signal Tribune newspaper features– a story about 14,000 origami paper cranes that form a cancer-awareness ribbon in the lobby of the Todd Cancer Institute, the unionization of Westin Hotel employees and a recap of the Signal Hill City Council meeting.
This week’s issue focuses on local reactions to President Donald Trump’s dissolving of DACA and the remaining construction projects near Browning High School in Signal Hill.
This week features coverage of a multi-vehicle collision in Signal Hill, City officials’ comments on telecom bill SB 649, a campaign designed to remove LB councilmember Jeannine Pearce from office and updates on Anthem insurance’s contract agreement with hospitals.
The Aug. 25 issue is headlined by the Wrigley Association’s discontent with certain planned neighborhood projects and a City of Long Beach request proposing 31 acres of land for development for aeronautical purposes at the city’s airport.
This week’s issue covers the approval of increasing JetBlue noise fines, Long Beach Camerata Singers’ new director Dr. James Bass and Long Beach and Signal Hill’s capacity for emergency preparedness.
The Aug. 4 issue of the Signal Tribune features stories on the Fiscal Year 2018 budget, the lawsuit to move the Pride flag from Rep. Alan Lowenthal’s office and the Dine Long Beach breakfast event.
The July 28 issue features stories about the historic Cold War-era vessel the Phoenix, a peace boat that will be featured through a documentary on Aug. 4 during First Fridays, and Long Beach offering tough laws on cannabis.
The July 21 issue of the Signal Tribune is available on Issuu down below.
The July 14 issue features stories about the Signal Hill City Council addressing the city’s water concerns, the Long Beach Police Department introducing exchange zones for in-person transactions, and Long Beach being posed to host Olympic events as Los Angeles is named a host city for a future Olympic Games.
The full July 7, 2017 issue of the Signal Tribune newspaper can be viewed in its entirety down below via Issuu.
The June 30 issue of the Signal Tribune features stories for the following: LB Councilmember Jeannine Pearce addressing recent allegations of harassment and domestic abuse; the Signal Hill City Council’s decision to postpone three commission appointments until next year; and the Long Beach Police Department now providing service officers to patrol the Metro Blue Line.