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Urban Commons, the firm tasked with maintaining and repairing the Queen Mary, has a plan to complete critical repair work — but it’s unclear how the company will pay for it.
The much anticipated 2ND & PCH, an 11-acre open air commercial center, held its grand opening last month with hundreds of locals gathering at the retail center for the first time.
Gloria Gammage is taking over as the new Chief Nurse Executive Officer at St. Mary Medical Center (SMMC), effective Oct. 31.
MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach recently acquired an advanced technological tool. The EOS Imaging System is a revolutionary piece of equipment that gives doctors unprecedented insight into a patient’s anatomy and condition.
For the 23rd year in a row, bands, ROTC units and more will walk down Atlantic Avenue in North Long Beach to honor the country's military veterans.
Every year since Suzie Price was elected to the City Council in 2014, she has organized and hosted a free family workshop designed to help combat bullying.
The 20-year-old man accused of driving intoxicated and fatally striking a family of three on Halloween night in Long Beach was arrested on Tuesday on unrelated misdemeanor charges from an earlier suspected crime, officials said.
More than 7,600 people came out last year to see Mr. and Ms. Olympias, weightlifting and crossfit competitions and more at the first Legion Sports Fest.
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A site has been chosen for the annual winter emergency shelter in the industrial West Side of the First Council District, and it is expected to open on Dec. 1 — on time for the first time in several years.
The Long Beach City Council’s First District seat has been empty for five months, and it appears Long Beach Transit Director Mary Zendejas will be the next person to fill it.
MemorialCare Medical Group and partner Greater Newport Physicians has won the Excellence in Healthcare Award from the Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA).
Every third Sunday of the month is a treasure hunt at the Long Beach Antique Market, and November’s event will be even more so with a couple of experts hosting a special workshop there to help guide shoppers.
Vacant storefronts up and down Second Street in Belmont Shore have been a frequent topic of conversion over the last months. The opening last week of the 2ND & PCH shopping center has added urgency to those discussions.
Dick Gaylord, a longtime Realtor based in Belmont Shore who has been active in many community groups, will seek the Area 4 Long Beach City College Trustee seat being vacated by Doug Otto.
A 3-year-old boy died on Saturday morning, police said, after he was struck by a suspected drunk driver while walking on a sidewalk with his parents on Halloween night in Long Beach.
In the midst of China-U.S. trade relations that change nearly every day, the Long Beach — Qingdao Association will host Chinese Consul General Zhang Ping to talk about his country's Belt and Road Initiative, tariffs and more at a mid-November luncheon.
In 2015, a successful female executive launched a speaker series to encourage and empower women. The partner and chief operation and financial officer at Irvine’s Squar Milner, LLP, one of the nation’s largest accounting firms, Scharell Jackson sought to create an environment that would “mot…
Two meetings on Nov. 13 will be used to unveil a draft feasibility report and Environmental Impact Report for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers work to deepen channels and add a new channel and turning basin in the Port of Long Beach.
A man was killed and two others hurt, including a child, when a vehicle slammed into the the three pedestrians in Long Beach, police said.
During last week’s forum hosted by the Press-Telegram and Grunion Gazette for folks vying to fill the Long Beach City Council’s First District seat, candidates touched on a range of topics: climate change, public safety, housing and parking, among others.
The three men killed Tuesday night, Oct. 29, when at least one gunman fired into a house party in Long Beach’s Rose Park neighborhood, have been identified.
A shooting at a house party in Long Beach left three men dead and nine other people injured Tuesday night, with the shooter at large early Wednesday.
Long Beach experienced more sanitary sewer overflows — which can impact environmental and public health — than most similarly sized cities in recent years. But the city’s Health and Human Services Department, along with its Water Department, is working to change that.
Hotel and hospitality operators are suggesting, through the Convention & Visitors Bureau, to increase the city's bed tax to support Long Beach's major arts groups and deal with infrastructure needs at the Convention Center.
With just one week left in the race to fill the Long Beach City Council’s First District seat, the eight candidates have significant differences in funding.
Long Beach City College has been awarded a $3 million federal Title V grant to improve results for Latinx and low-income students in science and math.
A California Highway patrol officer on a motorcycle was severely injured when he fatally struck a 24-year-old pedestrian outside a crosswalk Sunday in Long Beach.
Special needs children have unique abilities and unique challenges, so parents must become highly attuned experts, ready to handle any issue.
An independent fast-casual restaurant concept, Plancha Latin Kitchen, is opening its first location this month at Long Beach Exchange, adding some fresh flavor to LBX’s mix of mostly name brand stores and well-established SoCal-based chains.
A Paramount man who was a father of three children and a grandfather was identified by authorities on Thursday as a victim in a bar shooting that broke out in North Long Beach the day before.
The development of 2ND & PCH has been a transformative one for Long Beach’s southeastern gateway, replacing an outdated eyesore of a hotel with a modern two-story commercial center.
Every year near Halloween, the Historical Society of Long Beach (HSLB) puts on a show in the city's cemeteries to commemorate the dead and take a stroll through the city's long gone history.