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Entries from February 24th, 2012

Vol. 33 No. 38- February 24, 2012

February 24th, 2012 · No Comments · * Download Entire Issue, Uncategorized

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Major contractor quits work on SH Police Station construction site

February 24th, 2012 · No Comments · News

CJ Dablo Staff Writer The general contracting company responsible for building Signal Hill’s police station suddenly stopped construction last week with little explanation, City officials confirmed at last Tuesday’s City Council meeting and in interviews this week. Irvine-based FTR International gave no real warning to the City that it would abandon work on an estimated contract […]

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Gabelich, Cohn describe 8th district accomplishments during BKBIA’s annual ‘State of the District’ address

February 24th, 2012 · No Comments · News

Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Eighth District Long Beach City Councilmember Rae Gabelich has succeeded in bringing about many changes in the past eight years. Last Thursday (Feb. 16), at the “State of the District” dinner party hosted by the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association (BKBIA), she reflected on her two terms in office and described […]

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LB businesses on alert as counterfeit currency circulates shopping areas

February 24th, 2012 · No Comments · News

Stephanie Raygoza Staff Writer Small businesses throughout Long Beach are taking a big step in combatting counterfeit bills this month, upon receiving alerts that a few shops reported fake currency circulating among the business districts. The trend began two weeks ago when two businesses in Long Beach’s Retro Row on 4th Street took in counterfeit […]

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Homeless male veterans have place of refuge in Villages at Cabrillo

February 24th, 2012 · No Comments · News

Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Homeless male veterans are often plagued by a sense of hopelessness and a feeling that the country they defended has now abandoned them. One organization that aims to change that scenario is the U.S. Veterans Initiative (U.S. Vets), which currently manages 11 veterans-assistance centers throughout the United States.

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