In honor of the recent 10th annual Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Awareness Day, Board of Equalization (BOE) Chairman Jerome E. Horton announced free income […]
The First Fridays Art Walk in Bixby Knolls on Friday, Feb. 5 will celebrate a Mardi Gras theme, with Servando Orozco, owner of Orozco’s Auto […]
A DOCUMENTED LEGACY What Civil-rights era exhibition Who Presented by 8th District Long Beach When Exhibition from Feb. 5 to Feb. 7 Where Expo Arts […]
Read the Jan. 29th issue of the Signal Tribune in its entirety.
Sandy Jeglum has been a member of the Bixby Knolls Christian Church (BKCC) since the late ‘40s. She was about 5 years old when her […]
Medical marijuana The Signal Hill City Council voted in unity during the Jan. 26 meeting to approve measures prohibiting the distribution and cultivation of medical […]
Representatives of three levels of government– city, state and federal– were in attendance at an event in Bixby Knolls on Jan. 23 to discuss issues […]
Just a handful of residents attended a meeting this week about the future of Signal Hill’s water infrastructure. Because so many seats were left empty, […]
While the Long Beach City Council will still need to eventually vote on actual ordinance, city officials have now embraced a path to increasing the […]
HEAD AND HEART HEALTH What Mental health first-aid workshop Who Presented by the National Health Council When Friday, Jan. 29 from 9am to 1pm Where […]
It feels as if January breezed through before I realized it. I find it difficult to believe that we only have three days before we […]
You’ve probably read a restaurant guide or review before going out for a special dinner. And you’ve probably scanned a consumer review or two before […]
In 2015, the City of Long Beach, like much of the state, experienced a rise in both violent and property crime, driven mainly by increases […]
The crime reports for Jan. 29, 2016.