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Can Long Beach's Fiber Master Plan Bridge The Digital Divide?

(Editor’s Note: An experiment in journalism teamwork, the Long Beach Media Collaborative is made up of participants from the Press-Telegram, Long Beach Post, Grunion Gazette and Long Beach Business Journal. The goal: To combine forces for in-depth, multi-platform reporting on poignant issues gripping the community. Our first project, Strengthening the Signal, explores the dearth of […]

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Visionaries: Brian Ulaszewski, Livability

Since his time on the Long Beach City Council, self-proclaimed urbanist Mayor Robert Garcia has promoted livability in the city. This has come in many forms – from residential and commercial development to increased walkability and bikeability and promoting the arts and culture. However, with a slew of duties, the city’s youngest mayor cannot devote […]

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Economic Outlook International Trade: Cargo Growth Forecasted For San Pedro Bay Ports Despite Slight Loss In Market Share

A fog of uncertainty surrounding the outlook for international trade through the San Pedro Bay ports has cleared now that the new alliance structures among major shipping companies are two months into operation and, according to port officials, have rolled out smoothly.   In advance of four alliances among the world’s largest shipping companies consolidating […]

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Longtime Convention Center Employee Veronica Quintero Reflects On A Storied Career With More Years To Come

Veronica Quintero is one of the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center’s longest-time employees, having started at the center as an office manager in 1979 as she was finishing out her last year in high school. In 1984, she was promoted to oversee the center’s food and beverage operations and was thereby catapulted into a […]