By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Seventeen months after initiating a water-conservation program, the Signal Hill City Council heard the good news: the program has exceeded its goal since city residents and businesses are using 13.46 percent less water than the average amount used during the previous three years.
The Long Beach Playhouse will offer a special dress-rehearsal performance of The Plight Before Christmas, a Christmas melodrama adapted by Fred Cusick and Diane Moore, on Thursday, Dec. 2. As part of this year’s Long Beach Community Food Drive, the public is invited to bring human or pet food in exchange for free admission to the…
With the holidays upon us and with millions of Americans hitting the roads, the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD), in an effort to ensure everyone arrives safely at their destinations, will be out in force sending the strong message to “Click It or Ticket.”
A total of 100 needy families from Signal Hill and Alvarado elementary schools in Signal Hill will be enjoying a Thanksgiving meal this coming holiday thanks to the altruism of American University of Health Sciences (AUHS) and Pastor Gregory Johnson.
Violinist and Bixby Knolls resident Jennifer Lindsey will give a full Beethoven performance with the Bellflower Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Joseph Taylor on Saturday, Nov. 20 at 7pm at the William and Jane Bristol Civic Auditorium, 16600 Civic Center Dr., in Bellflower.
The City of Signal Hill recently unveiled a new website that is more user-friendly, making it easier for visitors to conduct City business online and enhancing how citizens conduct business with the City.
By Julian Rothen Editorial Intern Declared as a collaborative show celebrating the collision of music, art and fashion, the event You Can’t Handle the Youth, presented by the fashion label Dirtysix on Thursday, Nov. 11 at the Shore Ultra Lounge in Long Beach, recognized and promoted artistic entrepreneurs and business owners from the area.
DaVita, a leading provider of kidney care services for those diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), brought its fifth annual nationwide DaVita Kidney Awareness Run/Walk series to Long Beach’s Marina Green Park on Saturday, Nov. 13.
On Wednesday, Nov. 17, at approximately 9pm, Long Beach Police responded to a shooting call in the 1600 block of E. 53rd St. When they arrived, they found that a 14-year-old male had been shot in the upper torso area.
On Sunday, Nov. 14, at approximately 11:06pm, officers from the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) responded to an injury-traffic collision at the intersection of Anaheim Street and Elm Avenue that resulted in the death of an adult female.
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By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer A recently issued court injunction now makes it possible for the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) to arrest certain gang members in North Long Beach for simply demonstrating their gang affiliation publicly. On Monday afternoon, city officials had a press conference at the downtown LBPD headquarters to publicize the injunction…
By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Last week the Signal Tribune published an article describing a recent Wrigley Association meeting during which several residents expressed anger at Signal Hill Petroleum (SHP) over tests the company is conducting to search for possible undiscovered deposits of crude oil or natural gas in Long Beach and Signal Hill. On…
Rep. Laura Richardson (D–37th District) extended congratulations Thursday to the Boeing Company and its 5,000 employees at the Long Beach plant following the announcement by President Barack Obama which indicated a preliminary agreement for India to purchase ten C-17 Globemaster III military transport aircraft had been reached.
ART WORK The main branch of the Long Beach Public Library, 101 Pacific Ave., will present selected monoprints by Patty Grau in the Miller Room through December. Grau feels that “the very physical effort of hand-cranking the press to complete the transfer of the original image to the ‘print’ is as visceral as sculpting…the end result…