Fewer people said they would recommend other visit Downtown Long Beach compared to previous years. Homelessness was the number one concern among respondents.
Steven Neal, who represented North Long Beach on city council from 2010-2014, has been elected president of the Board of Harbor Commissioners.
After over a year of restrictions on their businesses, Long Beach bar owners say limitations on who can frequent them is the last thing they need.
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.
The repairs were required as part of a 2017 settlement agreement between the investor-owned utility and the California Public Utilities Commission, based on an investigation into multi-day blackouts in the Downtown area and underground explosions that sent manhole covers flying into the air in 2015.
With the future of Long Beach’s waste-to-energy plant uncertain, so are law enforcement’s options...
Officers from 35-40 agencies visit a local power plant per month to dispose of illegal drugs.
Oakley, who has accepted a temporary position advising the Biden Administration, left Long Beach City College in 2016 when he was appointed chancellor of California Community Colleges in Sacramento.
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.
For years, Long Beach has studied the feasibility of forming or joining such an agency, spending $230,000 in the process.