Summer is coming to an end, but not before Belmont Shore showcases Second Street with one last Stroll & Savor to close out the season.
All of Long Beach's branch libraries will stay closed Friday so the city's library staff can get training on how to more effectively provide service, especially when it comes to homeless people.
Meghan, aged 73, was being cared for by multiple doctors, none of whom were consulting with one another, and all of whom were prescribing medications for her myriad of issues.
An airline is facing criminal charges for allegedly violating the Long Beach Airport’s noise ordinance on 16 separate occasions in the past year, according to a criminal complaint filed this week by the city prosecutor’s office.
Lucketté, a jewelry store and women’s fashion boutique situated in the heart of Naples’ business district, is celebrating its first anniversary this week.
City Council will ask staff next week to research whether a smart phone application could provide information for responders to find places to take homeless people for help.
Folks planning on driving through downtown Long Beach this weekend may need to rethink their routes.From 5 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 17 to 5 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 18, Shoreline Drive will be closed between Ocean Boulevard and Shoreline Village Drive.
Construction crews have taken over Marina Drive from Second Street to Studebaker Road between the Alamitos Bay Marina parking lot and the under-construction 2nd & PCH center.
Sunnyside Cemetery, the graveyard that has held some of Long Beach’s most influential denizens since its opening in 1906, may live on.
Six months of study has resulted in what traffic engineers — and Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price — say will be a solution to ongoing congestion at the Ocean Boulevard and 54th Place intersection.
Pat West, Long Beach’s city manager, announced on Sunday, Aug. 11, that he will soon resign as the town’s top executive, the post he’s held for 12 years.
When two troubled students with military-style guns fatally shot 11 classmates, a teacher and themselves at Colorado’s Columbine High School two decades ago, it shocked a nation where random mass shootings had been an occasional bloody horror.
The next decade of Long Beach’s federal funding and congressional representation will be determined in next year’s census — and officials here are already working to ensure the city isn’t shortchanged by an undercount.
Four prominent Long Beach residents have been nominated to form the city's new Ethics Commission by Mayor Robert Garcia and City Auditor Laura Doud.
Long Beach State has scheduled an active shooter and mass casualty exercise from 9 to 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 9, at the University Student Union, the west campus turnaround and the north lawn of the student union.
Catherine Yang has walked into the same metal, gated entrance of her two-story apartment building, squeezed between rows of wooden garages painted orange, for the past nine years.
According to FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education), one in 13 children has food allergies; a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room every three minutes in the United States. The Mayo Clinic website explains that even a tiny amount of allergy-causing food can trigger…
National Night Out is back on Tuesday, Aug. 6, and the Long Beach Police Department is encouraging residents to throw their own block parties, get to know their neighbors and connect community with law enforcement.
A man was shot and killed in the Carmelitos Housing Project in Long Beach and a another man was arrested hours later on suspicion of being the triggerman Friday night, Aug. 2, authorities said.
A marijuana cultivation company leasing a warehouse in north Long Beach that is part of a land parcel purchased by the city says it plans to continue cultivation there until at least 2026.
Two United Methodist congregations, one in Long Beach and another in south Orange County, have splintered recently over the ways in which the leadership at their district and regional overseers handled the firing of a longtime preschool director and accusations of inappropriate behavior by a…
An effort to salvage the Sprint Nationals speedboat races is down to its last gap, with the organizer saying he'd need a permit next week to have the races this year.