People chat quietly, adjusting settings as the instructor introduces herself. Moments later, the lights dim, music fills the room, and the class surges into action. With smooth strokes, the group row like teammates on an enormous boat, changing cadence at the instructor’s urging.
About 100 nurses at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center and Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital picketed near their workplace for adjustments in their staffing ratios and “competitive wages” on Monday, June 24.
Long Beach needs a new influx of cash to pay for the seismic retrofit and reopening of Community Hospital — along with public safety and infrastructure upgrades — so the city is hoping voters will approve a tax extension to make that happen.
Instead of celebrating a decade of serving Belmont Shore's humans and pets, Pussy & Pooch will be closing their Long Beach doors permanently around the end of July.
Notice was sent out Friday, June 21, that the city is ready with a new Draft Environmental Impact statement about a revamped document governing development citywide.
More than a dozen professional artists will take to the pavement next month in the Long Beach Towne Center to create temporary masterpieces using chalk.
A development project similar to Long Beach’s Douglas Park could soon come to the city’s former Boeing C-17 manufacturing plant, a 93-acre plot of land located between the Long Beach Airport and Cherry Avenue.
It’s official: Long Beach landlords will soon be required to pay tenants who are forced to relocate through no fault of their own, including through a 10% or higher rent hike.
For decades, high-powered speedboats have congregated each summer for at least one weekend of racing at Long Beach's Marine Stadium.
After more than six decades of taking care of other people’s feet, cobbler Clarence Walter said it’s time to rest his own.
More than 300 concerned residents were on hand last Thursday, May 23, at Long Beach Yacht Club to hear the city's plan to resolve parking problems around Alamitos Bay.
King's Crew, which labels itself an "elevated boutique and friendly legal cannabis dispensary," is open for business on Pacific Coast Highway near the intersection with Bellflower Boulevard and Seventh Street.
Summer’s official start is this weekend, and Long Beach’s Southland Credit Union is celebrating the season with free treats Saturday.
Long Beach took another step on Tuesday toward requiring landlords to pay tenants if they’re required to move through no fault of their own — including by a 10% or higher rent increase.
A meeting postponed in March to talk about parking and traffic circulation around Alamitos Bay will take place this Thursday, May 23.
Long Beach has a slew of new shops and restaurants coming its way this fall — including the likes of Urban Outfitters, Shake Shack and Sephora — when the 11-acre 2nd & PCH project opens its doors.
Among those hopping on the Pride Parade bandwagon are members of Long Beach’s Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, who want to show the community that its LGBTQ+ members are a powerful economic force.
Long Beach Transit's Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Debra A. Johnson, has been recognized as one of the 10 top transportation innovators in the country by the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials. She was honored at the Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation Breakfast on March 20 …
Lisa Chapman, who operates a UBS Financial Advisors office out of Seal Beach while she lives in Long Beach, has been named one of the top women financial advisors in the country by Forbes magazine.
The closure of a mid-20th century symbol of oil wealth in and around Long Beach has Long Beach Heritage interested in launching a campaign to save the Bixby Knolls building.
Before the 30th Annual Belmont Shore Classic Car Show can roll into town this fall, the Belmont Shore Business Association is asking for support from community sponsors to keep the event trucking.
California Senate Bill 50 was written to help address the state’s housing crisis by incentivizing more building near transit corridors and in “jobs-rich” areas. But Long Beach is not on board with it.
The Grunion Gazette's name was called eight times Saturday night at the California News Publishers Association gala where 2018 journalism contest winners were announced.
Long Beach area industry leaders have said for years that one of the biggest issues they face is finding qualified, motivated employees.
Long Beach Transit's Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Debra A. Johnson, has been recognized as one of the 10 top transportation innovators in the country by the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials. She will be honored at the Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation Breakfast on March…
Their last name isn’t Friedman, but it may as well be because Pat and Bob Atkins have been inviting customers into their Friedmans Home Experience kitchen and bathroom showroom for more than three decades.
A new luxury ship will cruise into the Port of Long Beach lineup later this year — and it will likely make a splash in more ways than one.