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 Long Beach City Council approved a recommendation during its May 10 meeting to authorize City Manager Pat West to implement a sales tax incentive agreement with Cabe Brothers for 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, between the hours of 7:30pm and 4am.
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 Where Long Beach City College Liberal Arts Campus, 4901 E. Carson St., LB More Info Learn crucial life-saving skills to protect friends and family. CPR courses run throughout the day…
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 the economy is picking up steam, which is great.
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, including minority and low-income neighborhoods.
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 at Douglas Aircraft and other factories during World War II.
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 of America’s Top High Schools.
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 and supporters in a show of solidarity and frustration with the current educational system and the lack of support by the California legislature.
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 decisions have been made, the stress of paying for that decision continues.
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 in a stipend-based internship this summer, thanks to the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network Hire-A-Youth program.
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 drama, a comedy, and a tragedy.” –Mark Twain
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 to recognize the 28th Annual Pride Festival and P
The Hope and Freedom Film Festival will return to the Art Theatre, 2025 E. Fourth St., on Saturday, May 21 for its second year.