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District Court Enters Permanent Injunction Against Los Angeles Seafood Co. WASHINGTON — On March 30, The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California entered a consent decree of permanent injunction against L.A. Star Seafood Company Inc. and its corporat
By Lionel Rolfe Some of the people seated around the long table in the elegant dark wooded South Pasadena home have been fighting the idea of a five-mile long tunnel nearly 200 feet beneath their feet for decades. To them, that tunnel is the hydra-headed monster that th
March 27 UTI Career Fair Universal Technical Institute will host a career fair to fill more than 80 positions at its new Long Beach campus opening in August. The event will take place on March 27 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and March 28 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — On March 24, Rep. Janice Hahn continued her efforts to have Congress increase the amount of Harbor Maintenance Tax revenue returned to the nation’s ports during the debate on the Republican bu
Coastal SPNC Special Meeting
Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council is hosting a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. March 25, at the San Pedro Elks Lodge Trailer.
Long Beach Appoints New Planning Bureau Manager
LONG BEACH – Former acting director of the Economic and Community Development Department for the City of Inglewood Linda F. Tatum was recently named planning bureau manager for Long Beach Development Ser
Long Beach Appoints New Planning Bureau Manager LONG BEACH – Former acting director of the Economic and Community Development Department for the City of Inglewood Linda F. Tatum was recently named planning bureau manager for Long Beach Development Ser
Cargo terminals in February at the Port of Long Beach moved 20.1 percent fewer containers than the same month this past year due to congestion issues that all West Coast seaports face. A total of 413,114 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) of containerized cargo were moved through the por