Home Authors Posts by Jason Ruiz

Jason Ruiz

Jason Ruiz covers City Hall and politics for the Long Beach Post. Reach him at jason@lbpost.com or @JasonRuiz__LB on Twitter.

Food workers to be vaccinated in ‘super-sized’ clinic at Long Beach...

City officials said over 3,000 food workers in Long Beach could be vaccinated March 5 at the Long Beach Convention Center.

Journalists at Press-Telegram, Grunion Gazette and sister papers launch drive to...

If a vote to unionize passes, over 20 Southern California publications under the SCNG umbrella could become union workplaces.

Belmont Shore Business Association announces new executive director

The Belmont Shore Business Association announced that 36-year-old Jessie Artigue would succeed long time executive director Dede Rossi as its leader.

Developer of 30-story Downtown hotel seeks extension to keep project alive

The 30-story American Life hotel project has struggled through a long entitlement process and a pandemic, but now its developers are bring it back for approval from the city.

Owner of restaurant that defied COVID-19 rules given new health permit...

Dana Tanner, owner of Restauration in Bluff Heights, is still facing a host of other fines and criminal charges.

Downtown luxury apartments will become moderate-income housing under new pilot program

To accomplish this the city will enter into an agreement with the California Statewide Communities Development Authority to issue bonds for the purchase of the Oceanaire from its current operator, Waterford Property Group.

Faced with threat of closing grocery stores, City Council seeks food...

A request from the Long Beach City Council asked for alternate methods of food access such farm stands and farmers markets.

City Council sends performing arts center renaming request to committee vote

The Long Beach Performing Arts Center could soon be renamed after former Mayor Beverly O'Neill if a City Council committee returns the item to the full council later this year.

Los Altos Sears added to list of stores that will close

An employee confirmed Monday that the store would begin closing this week, just days after the company posted listings for temporary positions to close the store located near Bellflower Boulevard and Stearns Street.

One of the bright spots in the midst of city budget...

Cannabis tax revenue finished $6.3 million over city projections, and the increase could be just a glimpse of what's to come as the industry continues to grow in Long Beach.

Recent Articles