• Replacing the Gerald Desmond Bridge

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Lyn Jensen, Reporter Replacing the Gerald Desmond Bridge isn’t one of Long Beach’s more controversial projects. The landmark 50-year-old bridge, which spans the Port of Long Beach’s Back Channel, is simply no longer up to handling today’s road and harbor tra

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  • Navy Fuel Depot Plans Raise Alarms

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    Comment deadline extended — a little

    By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The Navy’s most recent steps toward re-opening the decommissioned Naval Fuel Depot—technically known as “Defense Fuel Support Point” of DFSP—caught

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  • Operation Hope on Sixth Street

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    Community members partner to end the homeless crisis; this is what grace looks like

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Six days before the May 30 health fair that featured mobile showers, free haircuts and lunch, the senior pasto

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  • POLAHS Student Wins LA County Creative Writing Prize

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    Megan Vidovich displays her first Place Literary Award

    Megan Vidovich, 11th grade Port of Los Angeles High School student, has won First Place in the prestigious Tomorrow Prize. The Tomorrow Prize is a science fiction writing contest open to all Los Angeles County high school students. POLA

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