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Demolition is slated to start in May 2022 on the Gerald Desmond Bridge, which has connected Downtown Long Beach to Terminal Island for more than five decades.
In 2008, the district began a $2.7 billion endeavor to bring its outdated facilities into the 21st Century.
Rocket Lab successfully delivered a U.S. Space Force satellite to low Earth orbit late Wednesday evening, local time, the company announced Thursday morning.
Rocket Lab is slated to launch a satellite into orbit for the U.S. Space Force as early as tomorrow.
Steven Neal, who represented North Long Beach on city council from 2010-2014, has been elected president of the Board of Harbor Commissioners.
Rocket Lab has determined an igniter system malfunction caused its May 15 mission to fail and now the company is set for another launch before the end of the month.
The Long Beach Economic Development department is now accepting applications for grants to cover certain business license taxes and fees for eligible restaurants, the city announced Monday afternoon.
For 17 years, Bobbie Barraza has cared for patients through her position as a registered nurse. But for the last eight years, Barraza has operated in an expanded role.
Continued supply chain challenges at the San Pedro Bay ports, the busiest port complex in the United States, has spawned such issues for businesses—and individuals—forcing some like Levi Strauss to reevaluate their freight movement.
Originally opened in July 2020, the clinic offers a wide range of services for the LGBTQ+ community, including gender-affirming hormone therapy, primary care, preventative care and medical screens at Memorial.