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Port of Long Beach, City Partner for Free Drive-In Movies

Twilight Cinema movies come to Long Beach

Rebuild Long Beach Relief Fund, $1.2 Million Available In Additional Grants To Businesses

Rebuild Long Beach Relief Fund makes $1.2 million available in additional grants to businesses.

Long Beach Unveils Proposed 2021 Budget and Racial Equity and Reconciliation Initiative – Initial Report

Long Beach city budget and Racial Equity and Reconciliation Initiative to be discussed at city council meeting.

A Statement From Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia

It is with deep sadness that I share that my mother, Gaby O’Donnell, has passed away due to complications from COVID-19. My...

Long Beach Employs COVID-19 Health Ambassadors

Pacific Gateway trained 70 Long Beach residents to fill job roles for the emerging career field of COVID-19 response.

LB Approves New Homeless Plans

By Sarai Henriquez, Editorial Intern In Long Beach, there are an estimated 2,034 people that experience homelessness, according to...

Casual Saves Longshoreman’s Life With CPR

Bullock said he felt weird that night. He went to visit his sister, who lives near Holy Trinity Church in San Pedro for his lunch break. As he drove back to work, he said he felt strange and “tingly.”

Long Beach to Provide COVID-19 Testing At All Healthcare Facilities

The new testing hours will enable the city, together with the State-run site at Jordan Plus High School, a capacity of more than 1,400 per day (up from 1,000) — the most robust testing capacity ever for long Beach and almost double the State’s requirement.

L.A. County Emergency Medical Services Designates St. Mary Medical Center as Comprehensive Stroke Center

St. Mary Medical Center has earned the designation of Comprehensive Stroke Center.

Governor Closes Additional Indoor Operations

COVID-19 cases now number 5,616 in Long Beach, and 149 people have died from the virus. Ninety-seven residents are hospitalized—an all-time high for the city, and the positivity rate is at 15.1%.

Supreme Court Votes to Protect LGBTQ+ Workers

The Supreme Court ruled that a landmark civil rights law protects gay and transgender workers from workplace discrimination.

Despite Protests, LB Reluctant to Defund LBPD

By Dayzsha Lino, Editorial Intern “Defund the police” is a rallying cry that has seemed to gain notoriety as...

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Earthquake Damage In San Pedro

Earthquake brought flooding near Weymouth corners.

Long Beach Convention Center will serve as LA County Vote Center

Every Vote Center will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the early voting period.

Environmental Films Discussion Magnifies Need For Diplomacy

Thebaut aligns with the use of solar wind and tidal energy, even nuclear power is a clean energy. As a regional environmental planner he created numerous environmental impact statements and planning studies under the national and state environmental policy act. He said we must have the technologies to create mitigating measures and the knowledge on how we can mitigate the impact.

More COVID Testing Available

By law, the insurance company may not charge you any co-pay, deductible, or any out-of-pocket expense for the test.