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What if traffic lights and cars could talk to each other? A new Long Beach-based pilot program, aimed at reducing pollution and congestion using intelligent cars and artificial intelligence, is trying to find out.
At Aces High Aviation, located on the eastern perimeter of the Long Beach Airport, the flight school's four training planes are taking off 24...
From the labor market to business spending, all signs point are pointing up for the local economy, experts said during Wednesday's Accelerate Long Beach quarterly economic forum.
Record cargo imports have caused congestion at the port, leading experts to predict a shortage of popular gifting items—from electronics to clothing—just ahead of the holiday season.
After months of nearly zero traffic, leading a majority of the shops and restaurants at the airport to completely close during the height of the pandemic, all but two have reopened.
The Global Time Attack challenge, a new addition to the Grand Prix program, in which drivers compete for the fastest lap time over the course of the weekend.
The Long Beach Community Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary and a significant increase in the charitable assets it has been managing in recent years.
Built to accommodate the influx in cash created by the Signal Hill oil boom, the branch—located on the corner of Obispo Avenue and Anaheim Street in the heart of Zaferia—was the bank's first, following the construction of the historic Downtown flagship building in 1907.
The rink is scheduled to open September 18 and will include a skate rental booth and kiosk for skates, accessories and merchandise currently underway.
Across Long Beach, museums have reopened their doors to visitors, dance crews are rehearsing and actors are returning to the stage. As the arts return after a year of pandemic restrictions, so does millions in auxiliary spending, from ticket sales to dinner reservations.