A single plastic drinking straw may seem insignificant, but it’s quickly becoming a powerful symbol of how one small change can make a big impact on the environment. Read more
"Long Beach Unified is going to do everything in its power to ensure that you're able to go to (Long Beach) City College, Cal State Long Beach, do whatever you want to do in life," LBUSD Superintendent Chris Steinhauser said to the 115 Webster Elementary School fifth graders present. "But yo…
This week, for the second time in less than eight months, a Long Beach Police Department body camera failed to record usable video of an officer shooting someone, according to authorities.
The Fifth District City Council race appears to be the most competitive contest this spring, as incumbent Stacy Mungo faces a field of challengers who say the East Long Beach neighborhoods need better representation.
When Robert Garcia was the City Councilman representing the First District, he launched an award program he called the Go Long Beach Awards.
I often hear, “College campuses are so liberal. They are out of touch with the real America.”
I am writing as a Long Beach citizen concerned for the safety and welfare of our community’s residents. My training and experience as a physician, hospital administrator, pubic health advisor, mental health advocate and innovator, provide me with a broad view of some of the facts associated with intended and unintended consequences resulting from closure of Long Beach Community Hospital (LBCH).
This will be my first St. Patrick’s Day as an Irishwoman. Just like those television ads for Ancestry DNA, I thought I was German, only to learn — thanks to modern science —that I am 80% Irish.
I think I owe Eckart Preu a column.
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The Greek playwright Euripides mined the Trojan War for drama more than 2,400 years ago. He wrote a trilogy of plays on the historic event. One of them, "The Trojan Women," took a more progressive, feminine perspective on the subject. Euripides's work has been adapted multiple times since then, including a 1972 film adaptation that starred Katherine Hepburn.
The League of Women Voters of Long Beach Area are hosting an event addressing women's health issues in politics from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 17, at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library, 5870 Atlantic Ave.
Long Beach firefighter Carsten Sorensen had his head shaved by Ron Zurawski Saturdayat the S…
Long Beach firefighters and other members of the community shaved their heads Saturday at th…
Alie, a 7-year-old Labrador retriever, competes in the water leap last week at the Fred Hall…
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