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By CJ Dablo Staff Writer Yes, Signal Hill presented a few fat numbers that mark another balanced budget for the city’s next fiscal year. Yet, Tuesday […]
By Steven Piper Staff Writer According to Educate Our State, a nonprofit organization composed of parents concerned about education in the budget-cut-ridden state of California, […]
By Steven Piper Staff Writer If locals’ summer vacation plans are still in the works, then utilizing JetBlue’s new, seasonal route to Anchorage, Alaska out […]
Cubberley K-8 School plant manager Sam Hill and Garfield Elementary School intermediate office assistant Dianna Bisnar tied for the Long Beach Unified School District’s (LBUSD) […]
The first Passport Service Days, a new neighborhood-friendly alternative to going to City Hall to apply for a passport, were conducted by the Long Beach […]
On Thursday, May 19, at approximately 7pm, Long Beach Police Detective Rob Owens, a member of the Department’s Special Weapons And Tactics team (SWAT) and […]
The Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD) Arson Unit is seeking the public’s help in identifying and apprehending an arson suspect.
A 32-year-old male adult who was robbed and beaten has been pronounced deceased, and the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) has two suspects in their […]
SUPPORT THE TROOP What Rummage/estate sale Who Hosted by Boy Scouts of America Troop 21 When Saturday, May 28 from 7:30am to 4pm Where Grace Brethren Church […]
By Neena Strichart I’m hoping that this weekend will be as nice and relaxing as were last Saturday and Sunday. I had a chance to […]
The exemplary music program at Hughes Middle School is in jeopardy!
Thank you to everyone who attended the benefit jazz concert on Sunday, May 15, held to raise awareness and funds for American Red Cross–Japan Relief […]
On May 12, Long Beach residents Jim and Suzanne Mills-Winkler hosted an open-house clothing drive to support the Orange County-based charity Working Wardrobes, Transforming Lives.
Seventh District Councilmember James Johnson has announced the launch of his office’s new website– jamesjohnsonlb.com, which will be a hub of information for what’s going […]