The Long Beach Bureau of Animal Care Services (ACS) is now providing more frequent low-cost clinics to vaccinate and license pets for a more manageable price. Pet owners are invited to attend these clinics, which rotate throughout four Long Beach parks on the second Saturday of each month.
An incorrectly installed car seat puts children at risk in accidents. Assemblymember Bonnie Lowenthal and the California Highway Patrol will offer a free car-seat safety check on Saturday, March 3. The service will be offered from 9am to 1pm in the Target store parking lot, located at 950 E. 33rd St. in Signal Hill. Appointments…
County code will be revised to make it easier to establish a secondhand retail store in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, thanks to a motion by Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe at last week’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
Frugal living is all about making the most with what you already have. Here are 11 tips from LivingOnADime.com’s Tawra Kellam:
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Stephanie Raygoza Staff Writer Fighting to save the transitional kindergarten program that has already served hundreds of Long Beach children for the last five years, Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) leaders, educators, parents and advocates rallied on Feb. 7 to voice their opposition to Governor Jerry Brown’s proposal to eliminate transitional kindergarten.
Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Eighth District Long Beach City Councilmember Rae Gabelich will not be seeking a third term. The Long Beach term limits law does not allow council members to have their names on the ballot after they have served two terms, but many residents in Gabelich’s district encouraged her to run as a…
CJ Dablo Staff Writer Facing harsh words from several members of a community watchdog group, the Signal Hill City Council at last Tuesday’s meeting accepted a conceptual design for a new library and authorized City staff to move forward with construction plans. The price for the project has been estimated to total more than $10.5 million.
In a press release issued Monday, the Signal Hill Police Department (SHPD) reported a 20-percent drop in violent crime within Signal Hill in 2011. SHPD Police Chief Michael Langston pointed out, however, that in a city the size of Signal Hill, large percentage changes in annual crime rates often amount to a difference of just…
The North Long Beach Community Action Group will host a forum for Long Beach City Council 8th district candidates on Sunday, Feb. 12 from 5pm to 7pm at the Expo Center, 4321 Atlantic Ave. Doors will open at 4:30pm.
The Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) is asking for the public’s help in identifying a robbery suspect wanted in connection with three armed robberies to businesses occurring in the southeast area of Long Beach since Feb. 2.
The ride to the local jail lasted longer than the joyride for one recent auto theft suspect in Signal Hill, according to a news release issued by the Signal Hill Police Department (SHPD).
On Saturday, Feb. 4, at approximately 6:10pm, a Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) motor officer was en route to assist with a checkpoint to screen for unlicensed and impaired drivers when he was involved in a collision with an unlicensed driver who made an unsafe turn.
by Neena Strichart We are now counting down to Valentine’s Day, and, with just four days to go, Signal Tribune readers also need to remember to participate in the Sweetheart Sweepstakes. The promotion started last week and runs again in this week’s paper on pages 6 and 7.
By James Johnson, 7th District Long Beach Councilmember Like many other cities, Long Beach has faced several financial challenges in recent years. While many residents struggled with a difficult economy, our city government also suffered from the recession.