Though they flirted with the upset, the Wilson Bruins baseball team didn’t quite have enough in the chamber to knock off second-seeded Huntington Beach.
Chris Mathewson earned Big West Freshman Pitcher of the Year honors to highlight five Long Beach State Dirtbags selected to the All-Big West teams.
The Major League Baseball hot stove rumor mill has created plenty of story lines for local Long Beach produced talent in The Show.
A team half made up of Long Beach State women’s volleyball alums claimed a pretty big prize over the holiday weekend, as they won the USA Volleyball Adult national championship.
After 11-year-old Nico Barilla needed surgery to repair a hole in his heart, it didn't take him long to want to get back on the mound. Through the adversity, he has come back better than ever.
Freshman Damond Burns crossed the country from Virginia to Long Beach and has found a home with Long Beach City College track team, where he runs with a unique sense of purpose.
Watch our highlight of the CIF-SS track finals, featuring every Moore League athlete that competed on Saturday at Cerritos College.
We've got a bonus gallery of shots taken by photographer Kirby Lee.
The Long Beach Poly girls track team was all but counted out of winning a championship at the CIF Southern Section Finals on Saturday at Cerritos College.
We've got great shots of the CIF championships, taken by Jim Cayer.
Memorial Day 2015 comes as early as it possibly can, with six days following the last Monday in May.
By now, many people know that the ocean is filled with plastic debris. I grew up watching loads of trash spew from river outlets into our ocean. Our beaches are covered with things like plastic bottles, bags, wrappers, and straws — mostly single-use “disposable” items.
Let me start by saying that I have all the respect in the world for City Council members Suzie Price, Lena Gonzalez and Al Austin.
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Late last month, every eye was on the city of Baltimore.
A contingent of on the water types have been trying for several years now to brand Long Beach the Aquatics Capital of America.
Any list of the great artificial wonders of Southern California would have to include:
Why not re-name it “Sweatshops at the Pike”?
When The Local Spot first opened in 2011, there was no kitchen.
Belmont Shore restaurant owners are warming up their ovens for another summer of record-breaking attendance at the Belmont Shore Business Association’s Stroll & Savor nights.
Talk about atmosphere. The Paradise is a contemporary place, but it features some tremendous nods to Long Beach history.
They’re adjusting to the menu at E.J. Malloy’s in Bixby Knolls after a decade.
Although the customers waiting to get into the Crooked Duck for weekend breakfast seems like a long-time Long Beach tradition, they’ll celebrate only their fourth anniversary in Sept. 4.
The operators of Panxa Cocina have added a bright new destination for dining in Long Beach in the Broadway spot that was formerly Christy’s.
Los hermanos Kazarian dueños de Alondra Hot Wings en la Avenida Pine empezaron en Paramount en 2002 reuniendo el efectivo disponible de seis tarjetas de crédito.
The Kazarian brothers who own Alondra Hot Wings on Pine Avenue started out in Paramount in 2002 by pooling cash available from six credit cards.
Listening to your customers is working well for Lola’s on Fourth Street.