Long Beach's largest newsroom is now nonprofit.

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Judge Rules Against BNSF Railyard Project

Superior Court Judge Barry P. Goode ruled within the past hour that the Port of Los Angeles “failed to perform adequate environmental analysis before approving the massive Southern California International Gateway (SCIG) railyard project adjacent to many residents and businesses located in West Long Beach,” according to a statement from the Long Beach City Attorney’s […]

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Business Assistance In Long Beach

With a mission to improve the city’s economic health, the City of Long Beach strives to foster job growth and encourage new businesses to relocate to the city by offering a wide range of technical assistance, financial support and incentive programs.   The city’s economic and property development department, located on the third floor of […]

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City College’s Eloy Oakley Steps Into Political Arena By Endorsing Trustee Archuleta For Reelection Prefacing his remarks that he “normally” does not ask others to support a political candidate, Long Beach City College Superintendent-President Eloy Oakley issued a statement recently saying he is “compelled” to do so “because of the impacts of the race for […]

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Long Beach Corporate Executives Identify The City’s Strongest Assets, Greatest Weaknesses

Over the past few years, Long Beach has seen a growing presence of regional operations for major corporations and, in some cases, even headquarters. Business executives from several industries weighed in on the city’s strongest assets in interviews and email exchanges with the Business Journal, from the prestige of Douglas Park to the city’s central […]