The quilt featured on the front-page topper this week was made by Pam Helgesen, who is a native and current resident of Ketchikan, Alaska.
The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency (RDA) and 6th District Councilman Dee Andrews are inviting the public to celebrate the demolition of two former blighted liquor […]
As part of President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal in the 1930s and 1940s, schools, hospitals, parks, roads, sewers, airports, and other facilities were constructed by […]
Homebuilder City Ventures is inviting homebuyers to visit the Signal Hill Collection, a new 54-townhome community with technologically advanced cost and energy efficiencies, during an […]
The Signal Hill Chamber of Commerce will host its annual awards and installation luncheon Thursday, July 28 from noon to 1:30pm at the Holiday Inn-Long Beach […]
The City of Signal Hill recently welcomed its newest sports-based business when No Limits Sports and Fitness Academy, LLC., officially opened its doors after moving […]
Cory Bilicko Managing Editor At its July 18 meeting, the school board for the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) decided on the names of […]
Carol Berg Sloan, RD Nutritionist Unless you are a registered dietitian, or just into food and nutrition news, you may not be aware of the […]
Southern California ocean waters are prime breeding ground for great white sharks, who play an important role in the marine food chain and whose numbers […]
For most youngsters starting school, a new outfit marks the occasion.
West Nile Virus (WNV) has been detected in two dead crows in Long Beach for the first time this summer. According to the California Department […]
Tamara Latta Sports Writer At home on Sunday night, in front of over 6,000 fans, the Los Angeles Sparks showed intense energy as they built […]
Crimes reported by the LBPD July 13 – 18 Council Districts 6 (North of PCH) 7 & 8 (East of the L.A. River & North […]
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CJ Dablo Staff Writer Community activist Mike Kowal isn’t giving up on his plan to run for a spot on the Long Beach City Council.