Column: To make Downtown Long Beach safer, police should look to a new (old) strategy by Jake Gotta December 10, 2023December 10, 2023 Vuori Clothing, Rumble Boxing and more coming to 2ND & PCH by Brandon Richardson December 7, 2023December 7, 2023 In historic shift, Long Beach Post, Business Journal reorganize as nonprofit newsroom by Melissa Evans December 7, 2023December 9, 2023 Twin ports of San Pedro unveil green shipping strategy with Singapore by City News Service December 6, 2023 Chipotle planned for recently closed Carl’s Jr. location in Bixby Knolls, city says by Brandon Richardson December 6, 2023December 6, 2023 City is trading $28M in tax revenue for Hard Rock Hotel and its potential economic impacts by Brandon Richardson December 3, 2023December 3, 2023 LATEST Catalina business owners charged with felony in wage theft investigation by Brandon Richardson December 2, 2023December 4, 2023 2 new aerospace companies arrive in Long Beach, mayor says during Chamber of Commerce event by Brandon Richardson December 1, 2023December 1, 2023 A giant vinyl mural now welcomes visitors to Long Beach Airport with scenes of local landmarks by Brandon Richardson November 30, 2023November 30, 2023 A last vestige of the historic Pike has left Long Beach, but the Looff’s Lite-A-Line sign will live on by Brandon Richardson November 29, 2023November 29, 2023 Print Editions Download The Latest Edition Past Editions REAL ESTATE California is losing population and building new houses. When will home prices come down? by CalMatters May 15, 2023May 15, 2023 Community members raise questions, offer support for proposed affordable housing project by Laura Anaya-Morga April 21, 2023April 21, 2023 New zoning aimed at increasing commercial space in West Long Beach heads to City Council by Jason Ruiz April 21, 2023 MORE Business East Long Beach warehouse project gets approval to build near Los Cerritos Wetlands The project is slated to be built on a mostly vacant 8.5-acre lot near the T-intersection of Loynes Drive and Studebaker Road. by Jason Ruiz November 28, 2023 Business CSULB aims to raise $174K for Giving Tuesday to mark the school’s 74th anniversary Last year, the university raised more than $180,000 on Giving Tuesday, an effort that typically injects funding into three to five scholarships per college. by Maison Tran November 23, 2023November 28, 2023 Business Q&A: Mayor Rex Richardson makes his pitch for Long Beach ‘where businesses will come and thrive’ As Long Beach prepares for the worldwide stage at the 2028 Olympics, it’s confronting issues of homelessness and crime. Here’s why the mayor remains optimistic. by Business Journal Staff November 21, 2023November 20, 2023 Business What you need to know about giving to local nonprofits before the new year For those who work or volunteer for nonprofits and those who just want to kick a few extra dollars to a cause they care about, leaders of two Long Beach nonprofits have some advice for how to approach the season. by Alicia Robinson November 20, 2023November 20, 2023 News Shop Long Beach kicks off with rewards app to promote local businesses The program promoting small businesses includes an app that offers customers rewards at local shops. by Jackie Rae November 14, 2023November 14, 2023 Business Aroma di Roma gets approval for outdoor dining parklet at its Belmont Shore location The coffee shop is one of 14 businesses on Second Street —between Livingston Drive and East Naples Plaza — that have applied for or won approval for an outdoor parklet. by Jason Ruiz November 14, 2023November 13, 2023 Business Hard Rock Hotel plans 2027 opening in Long Beach; Jergins Tunnel to be a speakeasy, mayor says Mayor Rex Richardson said the project will help the city “tap into our music roots” and reopen the historic Jergins Tunnel, which has been closed to the public for 56 years. by Brandon Richardson November 13, 2023November 14, 2023 Business Column: Downtown Long Beach can feel like a ghost town. There’s a way to fix it. With fewer office workers, Downtown Long Beach is in the middle of a massive shift. Why not lean into it? by Jake Gotta November 12, 2023November 10, 2023 Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.