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By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer During its Tuesday night meeting, after an approximately 90-minute discussion that included detailed explanations on the causes of the city’s […]
In 1895, a group of women formed the Alamitos Library Association. Jotham Bixby Sr. donated this land in 1897 and funds were raised to construct […]
After eight current and former Bell city officials charged with misappropriating $5.5 million in public funds were arrested Tuesday by the Los Angeles County District […]
By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Thanks to a lottery conducted at Long Beach City Hall Monday afternoon, 32 marijuana dispensaries are ready to roll in […]
By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer In spite of declining city revenues, and after nine years of efforts, the City of Signal Hill took a giant […]
The Signal Hill Police Department (SHPD) has announced that Officer Scott Brown has been assigned to participate in LA IMPACT– the Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan […]
COME ON…GET “HAPPY” The Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association’s Community Happy Hour this month will take place at Orozco’s Auto Service, 3619 Atlantic Ave., Friday, Sept. […]
The Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) has announced the implementation of an anonymous crime-tip reporting system, which uses a common cell phone texting or Internet-based […]
The Long Beach Marina Green will be the backdrop for the 2010 Walk and Run for the Animals, hosted by Friends of Long Beach Animals.
By Neena Strichart I don’t know about the rest of you, but I sure am sick of all the political ads this season.
Thank you for your continued outstanding work to keep our neighborhoods informed about what is going on in the community.
By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern After 35 years of teaching, 60-year-old multifaceted Long Beach resident Marcia Harris is currently raising her first guide dog, […]
Submitted by Madeline Bernstein The City of Los Angeles is thinking of raising its pet limit law from three to five pets per household.
Among the 16 winners named Tuesday as the 2010-11 Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year, representing the profession’s “best of the best” in the […]