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Long Beach accepting small business grant applications for COVID-19 costs

Applications are now available for the city of Long Beach’s Small Business Transition and Technology grants, which are meant to slow the hemorrhaging of...

The pandemic has altered the way many get around—especially getting them...

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a particularly intriguing aspect to the way in which people get around: More and more SoCal residents are ditching...

City Council approves pathway for motels to offer housing, services to...

On Tuesday, the Long Beach City Council approved an ordinance that makes it easier for motel owners to convert their properties to offer transitional...

City extends deadline for licensed cannabis shops to get established

The city manager’s office this week announced that it will be extending the deadline for licensed cannabis dispensaries to obtain a business license by...

Blessing or curse? Pine Avenue closure proves controversial

From groups playing Jenga at The Harbor to couples eating lobster at outdoor tables in front of King’s Fish House, Pine Avenue has come...

Building A Better Long Beach: More than 60 developments in the...

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on development projects throughout Long Beach—stalling out some in the planning phase, delaying ongoing construction and,...

On the Job: A bus driver’s route through the pandemic

On the Job is a standing feature in the Long Beach Business Journal, where we spend a day with workers in different professions throughout...

Barrel tax measure information mailer could cost up to $100,000

Despite tens of millions of dollars in 2020 budgetary shortfalls, Long Beach staff is planning to spend up to $100,000 to send “informational mailers”...

‘Onward we press’: New businesses at 2nd & PCH find their...

Entering a medical spa, there’s an expectation of sterility. Gleaming lacquered surfaces, well-manicured staff in scrubs: none of this is unique to the coronavirus...

Micro-unit pilot program heading to City Council with commission approval

The Long Beach Planning Commission unanimously on Thursday approved a pilot program that would allow developers to construct up to 500 micro-units in the...

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