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Port of Long Beach receives $52.3 million in federal funding for...

The Pier B On-Dock Support Facility, launched a decade ago, is an $870 million rail project that would reconfigure 171 acres of land southwest of Anaheim Street and the 710 Freeway to improve cargo movement via a rail system.

Wrigley Coffee to open at former Fox Coffee House, offering jobs...

To owner Andrew Nishimoto a coffee shop invokes creativity and collaboration. Whether it’s a business wanting to grow its footprint or a regular neighborhood group that wants to plan its next gathering, he encourages it all.

Residents sue over foul smell in Dominguez Channel, alleging fire released...

The plaintiffs want an injunction directing the companies to pay for relocation and future medical monitoring expenses as a result of the nauseating gas, as well as unspecified damages.

‘Disappearing one by one’: Longtime Cambodia Town businesses shutter amid pandemic

Leaders in the Cambodian community worry that the closure of cultural restaurant La Lune Thmey in December 2019 may have been the beginning of the loss of one of the city’s most well-known and identifiable corridors, particularly as developers see potential in the area.

Two women challenge stereotypes with ‘remixed’ Mexican food

Best friends Joty Kaur, 28, and Lucy Singleton, 30, are always catching people by surprise with their youth and "remixed" Mexican food.

California Swaging supplies parts for aircraft, cars, even NASA spacecraft

California Swaging & Cable Products Co., which manufactures metal cable assemblies, was established in 1947, and has been under the same family ownerships for more than 50 years.

‘Happy to be back’: Popular barber comes back home to West...

Award-winning barber Shawdee Wilson cuts the straightest lines, blends the smoothest fades, sharpens the strictest 90-degree angles, and carves intricate designs on any part...

New venue space opens in West Long Beach as ‘business hub’...

A new space, called Children of the Avenues (or C.O.T.A. for short), provides space at $50 an hour for pop-ups such as food vendors and others to sell their goods and get the word out about their products. 

VIDEO: Kress Market bids farewell to Downtown Long Beach

After a decade of business, owners of Kress Market in Downtown Long Beach threw a farewell party on Pine Avenue on Sunday, their last day open.

‘We need help’: Long Beach takes first steps in creating a...

The new district, called El Mercado de Long Beach (“The market of Long Beach”), would be a space that could also help Latinos recover from the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic, as data shows this group was hit particularly hard. 

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