Ninth District Long Beach Councilmember Steven Neal will conduct a “Healthy Kids and Teens Day” health fair, in conjunction with: British Petroleum; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; St. Mary Medical Center; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine Department; and the Long Beach Health Department.
By Tamara Latta Sports Writer There is a valid reason to have butterflies and bite your fingernails if you are rooting for the Lakers– they have just about everyone in Los Angeles perplexed.
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Encore Hair Studio, 2172 E.Willow St., will host a cut-a-thon from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, April 23 to raise money for the Animal Match Rescue Team. The salon will offer $20 haircuts, (tax deductible, since The AMRT is a registered nonprofit organization) that day, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the…
More than a dozen celebrities from the Pro/Celebrity race at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach made a pit stop at Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach on April 14.
By CJ Dablo Staff Writer Although they’ve already survived a change in city ordinances that now prohibits them from operating near parks, medical marijuana dispensaries are still going through a rigorous process before the City of Long Beach issues any permits, a city official confirmed.
By Stephanie Raygoza Editorial Intern Just as the ocean’s main resource is water, the community’s main resource is people, said Ninth District Councilmember Steven Neal as he invited visitors, residents and stakeholders to come together for the common goal of discovering North Long Beach at his office’s Discover the 9th District Community Showcase.
CROCHET AND CHIT-CHAT What Crochet class and discussion Who Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) When Every Friday, April 22 through June 10, from 1:30pm to 3pm Where Cal State University Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Blvd. More Info Out of plastic grocery bags, make a yoga mat for to take home or a bed roll that will be…
By CJ Dablo Staff Writer It’s closer to being official– Signal Hill won’t be welcoming any marijuana dispensaries anytime soon.
By Rachael Rifkin Staff Writer So many people have come forward to share their memories and reflections of Burroughs Elementary School that the Signal Tribune has decided to make “Burroughs Elementary staff share memories of their school that will soon close” a three- or four-parter. The tight-knit school opened in 1950 and is slated for…
By Neena Strichart Today, April 22, is a special day for many reasons. First of all, it is Good Friday, a very sacred day for many of us. On a more personal note, today is the day after our 21st wedding anniversary.
Don & Harold’s Auto Care proudly received a new sidewalk with beautiful landscaping.
The first annual April Distracted Driving Enforcement Campaign just concluded the first of its statewide and regional enforcement and awareness efforts.
On Sunday, April 10, at approximately 4:09pm, officers from the Long Beach Police Department were dispatched to a local hospital regarding a baby in critical condition.
A six-month investigation of drug dealing that focused on a North Long Beach business culminated last Friday with the arrest of four people and the recovery of narcotics, narcotic paraphernalia, money, and stolen firearms.