Parkers’ Lighthouse gives $2,400 to Miller’s

Miller Children’s Hospital in Long Beach received a $2,400 gift last Friday from Parkers’ Lighthouse general manager Michael Cole, who hosted a fundraiser during the holidays. The restaurant located in Rainbow Harbor has supported the hospital with the Breakfast with Santa event for many years, spreading holiday cheer to the community and giving back to…

Local Curves launch 10th annual food drive

Local Curves women fitness centers are participating in the 10th Annual Curves Food Drive to benefit local food banks. Curves locations are accepting non-perishable food throughout the month of March. Last year, the Curves Food Drive collected almost 11 million pounds of food in communities all over the world. This year, Curves hopes to collect…

For ‘Love’ of the Game

Les and Cindy Robbins, along with her brother John Hendricks, recently donated $50,000 in support of the Gloria and Bob Hendricks Family Scoreboard for tennis at California State University, Long Beach. Gloria served as the CSULB women’s tennis coach from 1975-80, and Cindy, her daughter, played the sport for the 49ers before graduating in 1974…

LB’s Community Code Enforcement Teams report local scofflaws

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer The City of Long Beach has a secret weapon against people who violate local building and health and safety codes: volunteer code enforcers. The program has been operating for about a decade, but right now city officials are hoping more people get interested in reporting neighborhood blight and dangerous conditions.

Art Deco building planned for new Signal Hill police headquarters

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer The Art Deco exterior and sloped seamed-metal roof of the new Signal Hill Police Department headquarters will make it look more like a modern, upscale motel than the hub for police activities. But its larger administrative offices and records area along with enhanced communications technology will put it on the…

Reminiscing

Why are these ladies all dressed up? Where was this taken and what are they doing there? If you have any information about this photo, contact the Signal Tribune at 2669 Myrtle Avenue, Suite 111, Signal Hill, CA 90755 or go online to www.SignalTribune.com and click on “Reminisce” to see more photos.

Alpert JCC seeks teens for Maccabi Games this summer

The Alpert Jewish Community Center (JCC) is now taking applications for teens interested in attending the Maccabi Games in Detroit, MI, Aug. 15-Aug. 22. Competing in the Jewish Olympic- style event, each athlete has the chance to participate in one of 14 sporting events and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Spotlight on Advertisers: Bagel Barn

Bagel Barn has made some changes to its menu. The local eatery now offers more than 20 flavored cream cheese flavors to go with its wide selection of 24 bagels. Also, Bagel Barn is now offering customers 50-percent off any bagel purchased after 2 p.m. The Bagel Barn is located at 4147 Long Beach Boulevard…