The April 7th issue of the Signal Tribune is headlined with stories about the Port of Long Beach, a couple reflecting about their life and service in the Salvation Army, and Rep. Alan Lowenthal and his House colleague’s urge for a vote to release President Donald Trump’s tax returns. Read the entire issue down below.
The “just before April Fool’s Day” issue of the Signal Tribune is here! Read it in its full entirety down below.
The March 24 issue of the Signal Tribune can be read digitally down below.
The March 10 issue features stories on the unofficial results of the Signal Hill election, a lawsuit over the City of Long Beach’s pipelines, and future plans for a Signal Hill property that previously included a Fresh & Easy site.
The March 3 issue is available digitally online. Read below.
The Feb. 24 issue of the Signal Tribune can be read in its entirety down below:
The full Feb. 17 issue is now available to read down below.
The LB Planning Commission will take another look at mansionization, and the SH Community Services Department hosted a recreational assessment-needs event– these stories and more in the Feb. 10 issue of the Signal Tribune.
The Feb. 3 issue of the Signal Tribune is headline by the Long Beach Airport study that would allow drivers such as Uber and Lyft to transport people to and from the air terminal, and shelter options for homeless individuals in Long Beach.
The Jan. 27 issue is headlined by the decision to not make the Long Beach Airport international and Gov. Jerry Brown’s State of the State address.
The full issue of the Jan. 20 edition of the Signal Tribune features stories on a proposed rail project and the pending vote for Long Beach Airport to go international on Jan. 24 at the Long Beach City Council meeting.
The Jan. 13 issue of the Signal Tribune is headlined by Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s State of the City address and California Governor Jerry Brown’s state budget report. Read the entire digitally at the link below.
The first issue of 2017 is headlined by the pending grand opening of the Steelcraft food lot and LB City Council plans to fund Aquarium of the Pacific expansion.
The final issue of 2016 is now in the books! Read the latest of the Dec. 30 issue of the Signal Tribune digitally now.