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Cerritos Auto Square bouncing back after car sales plummeted during the...

Auto sales account for a third of sales tax revenue generated in the City of Cerritos, with the Cerritos Auto Square bringing in $10.9...

Local transit agencies, a lifeline for essential workers, face historic budget...

While many employees across the region continue to work remotely, public transportation remains crucial to those whose work cannot be performed from home. Food...

Southwest awarded all 17 flight slots vacated by JetBlue

Southwest Airlines has been awarded all 17 flight slots at Long Beach Airport soon to be vacated by JetBlue, the city announced today. “Southwest picking...

Bridge grand opening delayed—again

Initially expected in July, the opening of the yet-to-be-named Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement was first delayed until Labor Day weekend. Further delays have pushed...

Mini living: 220-square-foot units could come to Long Beach as part...

In another effort to combat Long Beach’s—and the state’s—housing crisis, the Long Beach Planning Commission is considering a pilot program to allow for the...

Boeing donates $10.6 million for racial equality and social justice

Aerospace giant Boeing has donated $10.6 million to 20 nonprofits to address racial equity and social justice across the country, including $500,000 to the...

State board approves stricter port environmental standards for at-berth vessels

Air pollution out of the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles has been a point of contention for years, particularly for its impact...

New YMCA program assists parents during era of distance learning

Working parents are once again facing educational challenges as the start of the school year draws near, with many school districts beginning the new...

Long Beach oil operator files for bankruptcy but production to continue—for...

The company that operates the majority of city-owned oil wells recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy amid plummeting oil prices, but officials with the...

Airport passenger traffic remains low but slow upward trend continues

  Long Beach Airport passenger traffic remained incredibly low in July but numbers are steadily—and slowly—creeping upward, which is a positive sign, airport officials said.   In...

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