By Steven Piper Staff Writer In an effort to promote large-scale development, stimulate private investment in the retail sector, and enhance sales tax revenue, the […]
The Signal Hill Police Department (SHPD) traffic unit will be conducting a DUI/drivers license checkpoint on Tuesday, May 24 at Willow Street and Lemon Avenue, […]
LIFE SAVERS What CPR Saturday Who Sponsored by Greater Long Beach Chapter of the American Red Cross When Saturday, May 21 from 8am to 4:30pm […]
By Neena Strichart Okay, folks. Get your taste buds in gear. It looks as if Kashiwa Restaurant will be opening in about a month.
By Bonnie Lowenthal California State Assembly, 54th District I’ll give you the good news first: revenues are up, and the deficit is down. That means […]
By James Johnson Seventh District Councilmember Last week, the [Long Beach] Council discussed the importance of providing bank services to all communities in Long Beach, […]
In the past, the entire process of redistricting was governed by the very legislature that it would affect.
I want to thank the Signal Tribune for planting the seed that germinated into a beautiful park and interpretative center memorializing the women who worked […]
Breaking its own record again, the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) now boasts an all-time high of eight schools on Newsweek magazine’s annual listing […]
On behalf of children educated in public schools in California, Long Beach parents, teachers, and Educate Our State (a parent-led, statewide campaign) are organizing parents […]
The past few months have been stressful for high-school seniors as they have pondered their decision on where to attend college next year. Now that […]
Five hundred youth ages 18 to 24 will have access to employment opportunities, and 250 youth ages 16 and 17 will have opportunities to participate […]
By Rachael Rifkin Columnist/Personal Historian “There was never yet an uninteresting life. Such a thing is an impossibility. Inside the dullest exterior, there is a […]
At a recent Signal Hill Council meeting, Mayor Larry Forester presented Bob Crow, co-president of Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride, Inc., with a proclamation […]
The Hope and Freedom Film Festival will return to the Art Theatre, 2025 E. Fourth St., on Saturday, May 21 for its second year.