President Barack Obama has announced that he will be nominating Long Beach Harbor Commissioner Mario Cordero to fill a vacancy on the Federal Maritime Commission.
The Long Beach Public Library is joining libraries across the state in participating in Snapshot: One Day in the Life of California Libraries on Thursday, […]
Nick Accettura (pictured far right, with Exalted Ruler Ed McCaine, Jr.) has been selected as August Elk of the Month at the Bellflower/Long Beach Elks […]
Andy Street, located in North Long Beach, was once considered a lost cause to crime, gangs and despair, until the City of Long Beach joined […]
This year’s Green Port Fest will welcome, for the first time, the Wyland Living Green Fair, a one-of-a-kind interactive exhibit by muralist and environmental activist […]
The Allstate Insurance agency operated by Brenda Soto Bryan in Bixby Knolls recently celebrated an important milestone– 30 years of providing insurance and financial services. […]
The Second Annual Latin-American Parade & Festival will return to downtown Long Beach on Saturday, Sept. 25.
By Jennifer E. Beaver Columnist I never thought we had a particularly big front lawn…until we decided to remove the grass. Turns out that writing […]
By Carol Berg Sloan RD Nutritionist My husband and I recently went to Beijing to visit our son, who is teaching English in Jinan, a […]
Community advocate Dan Pressburg hosted a candidate brunch at his North Long Beach home last Saturday morning, attracting area voters and media hoping to meet […]
By Connie Moretti Questing Heirs Genealogical Society Now that you’ve got vital records and census entries for your immediate family, it is probably time to […]
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More than 335 employers have benefited from 209,000 hours of subsidized work through the efforts of 1,045 youth, thanks to the Pacific Workforce Investment Network’s Summer […]
Darlene Quinn shares more than 70 years of Long Beach history. She was born in the historic Harriman Jones Hospital, attended Woodrow Wilson High, taught […]
The City of Long Beach will receive a 2010 River Parkways Grant worth $2.5 million for the DeForest Wetlands Restoration project, the State of California […]