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Layla Ali-Ahmad, the founder of Beach City Food Tours, lost her six-year battle with breast cancer on March 19. Although she grew up in Irvine,... [Read More]
Wednesday, April 1, the emergency room staff at St Mary Medical Center on Linden Avenue in Long Beach were treated to lunch thanks to the... [Read More]
It is 4½ hours until the Costco in Signal Hill opens at 9 a.m., yet there are more than a handful of cars in the... [Read More]
A Long Beach woman has died from the novel coronavirus, the first death in the city, public health officials have reported. [Read More]
"If you're not supposed to give the homeless money, what are you supposed to do?" [Read More]
Start Back Up... [Read More]
The Long Beach Unified School District extended its in-person shutdown through May 3, officials have announced. [Read More]
P2S Inc. has received two Engineering Excellence Awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of California. The company is being recognizes for its work... [Read More]
Long Beach businesses are adjusting in order to succeed in the current environment. Many are reinventing their business models, striving to restructure, and doing business... [Read More]
Is it hay fever? Or the novel coronavirus? [Read More]
No one in Long Beach's homeless population has tested positive for coronavirus so far, but efforts are ramping up to help those willing to receive... [Read More]
Long Beach followed Los Angeles County in ordering non-essential retail businesses to close Thursday evening, March 19, in the most recent escalation of regulations that... [Read More]
The Primary Election is coming. Watch out for those mailers! [Read More]
Long Beach officials reported Wednesday, April 1, that a second resident has died from the coronavirus. [Read More]
Hard to believe, but I've apparently become a part of a tradition. [Read More]
Do you believe in Karma? [Read More]
My neighbor, Tamara Van Nuck, says her astrological forecast was brief today:... [Read More]
The window for people to request a recount for Long Beach's Measure A, which won by 16 votes, is quickly closing. [Read More]
The Long Beach Unified School District announced Wednesday evening, April 1, that its schools will remain closed through the end of the academic year. Graduation... [Read More]
Two eight-story apartment/condominium buildings with 580 residential units and first floor retail space will replace Long Beach's old City Hall. [Read More]
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