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Entries from October 27th, 2012

Police arrest suspect for setting man on fire and numerous other charges

October 27th, 2012 · No Comments · News

On Friday, Oct. 19, at 7pm, Long Beach Police Department officers responded to a call of a possible structure fire at a market in the 200 block of W. Pacific Coast Highway. The incident resulted in serious injury to a 54-year-old male after he had been set on fire by another man who had ignited […]

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Around Town

October 27th, 2012 · No Comments · Around Town

REFUEL AND RECYCLE What Free E- waste recycling and fundraiser Who Millikan Rams Baseball Boosters Where Millikan High’s northeast parking lot, corner of Palo Verde and Belen When Saturday, Oct. 27 from 8am to 3pm More Info Free E-waste recycling, as well as a $5 car wash and $5 pancake breakfast. Used book collection to […]

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Dr. William ‘Bill’ O’Neill dies at 81

October 27th, 2012 · No Comments · News

Dr. William “Bill” O’Neill, a longtime university professor and the husband of former Long Beach Mayor Beverly O’Neill, died on Oct. 24. He was 81. Honored as a “Golden Graduate” of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), William O’Neill was involved in organizing the first fraternity, known as Sigma Epsilon Chi, on campus in 1951, […]

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Thoughts from the Associate Publisher

October 27th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

by Steve Strichart Associate publisher mauled by tiger Okay. Okay. It was a baby tiger, but a TIGER just the same! So, how did this come about? As many of our readers know, Neena and I are involved in greyhound rescue. The organization Fast Friends, located in La Habra Heights, puts together an annual “good […]

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Taking the initiative?

October 27th, 2012 · No Comments · Letters to the Editor

Kudos to the Signal Tribune for publishing an article that cleared up a lot of misunderstandings about the Taxpayers’ Right to Know and Vote initiative. In last week’s article “Signature drive continues for proposed initiative to require two-thirds vote for taxes,” Carol Churchill, attorney and former Signal Hill mayor, responded to those misunderstandings, saying City […]

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