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Sean Belk Staff Writer Even though the governor vetoed a measure last month that would have ensured that a new alternative be examined for the […]
Sean Belk Staff Writer If passed by Signal Hill voters next year, a controversial initiative known as “Taxpayers’ Right to Know and Vote” would have […]
CJ Dablo Staff Writer If you ask police officials about the prostitution problem in Long Beach, you won’t hear them spin stories of happy hookers, sexually […]
The Source Group, Inc. (SGI) won the “Construction Company of the Year” Award at the 2013 West Coast Oil & Gas Awards on Oct. 24 […]
The 17th annual Long Beach Veterans Day Parade, the Veterans Classic 1-Mile Run and the Veterans Festival will all take place Saturday, Nov. 9.
By Neena Strichart/Publisher Our entire office staff takes pride in publishing what we consider to be our weekly miracle. Between deciding which stories to assign […]
Sean Belk Staff Writer Business owners and local residents gathered at the Wrigley Village business district Saturday, Nov. 2 for a ceremony to unveil new […]
Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer We knew Mel Brooks was a genius of both comedy and musical theater when he came up with The Producers, […]
Cory Bilicko Managing Editor I made the acquaintence of Wendy Hultquist during the pre-tour for the artists participating in the Long Beach Open Studio Tour. […]
DRIVEN TO HELP OUR VETS What Free car wash for veterans and military personnel Who Bixby Knolls Car Wash Where 577 E. Wardlow Rd. When […]
Three Long Beach teenagers will compete for the title of Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach Youth of the Year at a dinner on […]
The nonprofit organization Honoring Our Fallen will host a fundraiser entitled Cruise Honoring Our Fallen on Saturday, Nov. 16.
There will be no delay in waste- and recycling-collection services on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11. As a result, EDCO will be performing regularly EDCO’s […]
Crimes reported by LBPD Council Districts 6, 7 & 8 Thursday, Oct. 31 Strong-arm robbery 1:50am– 2700 block American Ave. Robbery of person 12:25pm– 1000 […]