Feb. 16, 2018 | Signal Tribune

This week’s headlines: Long Beach Airport discusses noise-ordinance amendments; Councilmember Jeannine Pearce states a recall committee is victim-shaming her; and the Water Replenishment District celebrates an expansion groundwater desalting plant as fear of a drought looms over the horizon.

Feb. 9, 2018 | Signal Tribune

The Feb. 9 issue of the Signal Tribune newspaper includes a special 2018 Winter Olympics guide. In the physical copy of the paper, the Olympic guide and the regular sections are combined into one 32-page issue, but they have been divided up into two separate publications for the sake of convenience online. Below, you will…

Feb. 2, 2018 | Signal Tribune

Headlines for this week’s paper: The weekend opening of the Forgotten Images exhibit, which will be at the Expo Arts Center tonight at 6pm and Feb. 3 at 11am; and the Community Hospital Long Beach Task Force discussing strategies to preserve the facility. Also in this issue: The Long Beach City Council weighs decisions in…

Eye on Crime | Jan. 19

Crimes reported by the Signal Hill Police Department Thursday, Jan. 11 6:50pm Identity theft 1900 block Molino Ave. Friday, Jan. 12 8:07am Battery 1200 block E. Hill St. 12:25pm Stolen vehicle recovered 2500 block Cherry Ave. 2pm Felony warrant 2500 block Cherry Ave. (suspect arrested) Saturday, Jan. 13 7:53am Burglary 3200 block Lewis Ave. 10:46am…

Jan. 19, 2018 | Signal Tribune

This week, the Signal Tribune features coverage of the Signal Hill Planning Commission meeting, a charter amendment to allow utility transfers to and from Long Beach’s General Fund and state reactions to the GOP tax bill signed late last year. Also in this issue, the Signal Tribune covers Governor Jerry Brown’s budget proposal and various…

Jan. 12, 2018 | Signal Tribune

The Jan. 12 issue is headlined by Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s State of the City address and the Signal Hill City Council meeting, in which councilmembers approved contracts for a new library. On the inside: A former CNN writer and hostage discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and a storytelling event tonight will honor the work…

Jan. 5, 2018 | Signal Tribune

The first issue of the year features an update about the Dec. 29 shooting at a Bixby Knolls law firm and an article detailing the results of an audit for Long Beach Animal Care Services, which is being criticized by a local watchdog group.

Dec. 29, 2017 | Signal Tribune

The final issue of 2017 features an expert’s input on what is dubbed a “recycling crisis,” a Long Beach resident’s donation of $50,000 to the Signal Hill Rotary Club, and new competition for local marijuana vendors.

Dec. 22, 2017 | Signal Tribune

This week, the Salvation Army hosted a toy drive to donate to needy families, the City of Long Beach reviewed a sexual-harassment policy, and elected officials commented on the FCC’s vote last week to end net-neutrality rules. The stories are available in this week’s issue– on print and digital. Signaltribune.com will be updated shortly.

Dec. 15, 2017 | Signal Tribune

The Dec. 15 issue of the Signal Tribune features: a recap of the Signal Hill City Council’s meeting, in which Mayor Edward Wilson was not removed as mayor despite an alleged act of misconduct; coverage of a forum event that featured Cambodian residents in the community talking about their challenges with family members getting deported;…

Dec. 8, 2017 | Signal Tribune

This week, a Long Beach Fire Department strike team was deployed to assist in the Thomas Fire, a plaque was set up in honor of a local student who was killed in the 2015 Paris terror attacks and the Long Beach City Council discussed plans for a citywide fiber-optic network.

Nov. 24, 2017 | Signal Tribune

The Nov. 24 issue features stories on the reported domestic-violence arrest of Signal Hill Mayor Ed Wilson, marijuana restrictions under Prop 64 for Signal Hill, and a recap of the NOAA interactive event at the Aquarium of the Pacific last week.

Nov. 17, 2017 | Signal Tribune

This week’s stories include articles about a local townhall meeting that called for Democratic support for candidates running in Republican-held congressional districts, the death of a longtime Long Beach disc jockey, and a City of Long Beach legal settlement regarding pipeline permit fees.