CJ Dablo Staff Writer Click on the green arrow to listen to this story: So far, two Long Beach city officials have said that they will be running for the newly created Assembly seat, and both of them are casting themselves as candidates with cross-party appeal. Democrat Gerrie Schipske announced this month that she’ll be…
Stephanie Raygoza Staff Writer Small move-in home grows big in popularity and style There is a petite, Colonial Craftsman down Olive Avenue that every neighbor recognizes and agrees can be summed up in a few words– the house with the stained-glass door. Through the years, the house has gained popularity because of its artistically crafted…
On Thursday, Sept. 29, at approximately 10:50am, Signal Hill Police Department (SHPD) officers were dispatched to Food-4-Less, 1600 E. Willow St., regarding an adult male on the roof of the business. The calling party had said a subject was yelling threats to passersby.
The Long Beach Police Department has received a $486,664 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office to protect children from sexual predators.
On Dec. 17, 2010, shortly after 8pm, officers from the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) responded to a vandalism call at the Gay and Lesbian Center in the 2000 block of 4th Street.
Athena Mekis Staff Writer To listen to this story, click on the green arrow: The West Long Beach Association (WLBA) hosted UCLA professor and scientist Dr. John Froines at the Silverado Community Center Sept. 22 to discuss his team’s new findings on air pollution.
Neena Strichart Publisher Although the five Signal Hill City Council members traditionally meet at 7pm on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, this week they conducted a special meeting on the fourth Tuesday at 5pm.
Neena Strichart Publisher I never really thought much about grocery shopping. It was just something that I did on a regular basis. Through the years my hubby Steve took over the bulk of the big grocery store shopping, and I was assigned the pleasant task of spending our dollars happily at Trader Joe’s
The downtown Long Beach advertising agency ETA Advertising took home an award from the Builders International Association (BIA) SoCal Awards on Sept. 24 for their innovative website design work for builder client Lyon Community’s gallery421 property, the high-end apartment community in downtown Long Beach.
The nonprofit Faith in Action (FIA)/Volunteer Action for Aging (VAA), operated by Independence At Home, is seeking volunteers and donations for its annual Thanksgiving meal delivery program for older and disabled adults who have minimal resources and opportunities for holiday celebrations with family and friends.
Long Beach resident Frank Clarke was elected president of the Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners by unanimous vote last week, at a meeting of the Board at the Long Beach Groundwater Treatment Plant.
Jennifer E. Beaver Master Gardener I swear my plants know what I’m thinking. On Wednesday afternoon, I began contemplating pulling up my lackluster tomatoes. They’ve been sulking all spring and summer, and it’s time to replace them with vegetables and flowers that appreciate cooler weather.
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) recently dedicated its new Hall of Science, the largest capital building project in the campus’s 62-year history. It is also the largest and most expensive building project in the California State University (CSU) system.
Reaching out to its large local Cambodian community, Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) will host “Journey to Success: A College Fair for Cambodian and other Southeast Asian Communities” on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 8:30am to 12:30pm in the campus’ University Student Union.
Heal the Bay released its report of beach water quality on Tuesday, with Long Beach receiving excellent marks for its beach water quality.