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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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Editor's Note: Long Beach's city government will begin doing business Tuesday, July 30, in its new City Hall. To mark the occasion, Hayley Munguia chronicles the history of our seat of government.

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The Long Beach Museum of Art is on Ocean Boulevard in the Bluff Park neighborhood of the city. The museum's permanent collection includes approximately 3,000 paintings, drawings, sculptures, works on paper, and decorative arts objects. If you do a Google search of the museum, it takes up alm…

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Seal Beach residents got a look July 17 at what sea level rise could mean to them, thanks to a city presentation showing that large swaths of the small municipality could flood by 2050 and that the odds of even greater inundation will increase throughout the century.

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This article is part of “The Housing Divide: Making it in Long Beach,” a series of stories from the Long Beach Media Collaborative examining the impacts of the statewide housing crisis on our city. The collaborative was initiated by the Long Beach Community Foundation and is funded by the Kn…

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Long Beach officials are urging city staff to work more quickly to establish a database of the city’s buildings and their vulnerabilities in the event of a major earthquake — but it’s unclear if staff will be able to make that happen.

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About 75 protesters who say the Broadway bike lanes make the corridor more dangerous called on the city to address their concerns during a demonstration Monday afternoon, July 15.

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This article is part of “The Housing Divide: Making it in Long Beach,” a series of stories from the Long Beach Media Collaborative examining the impacts of the statewide housing crisis on our city. The collaborative was initiated by the Long Beach Community Foundation and is funded by the Kn…

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By a unanimous 7-0 vote on Tuesday evening, the Long Beach City Council moved forward on the renaming of the new Main Library downtown as the Billie Jean King Main Library. The two missing votes were councilwoman Suzie Price, who was not present, and the currently vacant First District seat,…

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This article is part of “The Housing Divide: Making it in Long Beach,” a series of stories from the Long Beach Media Collaborative examining the impacts of the statewide housing crisis on our city. The collaborative was initiated by the Long Beach Community Foundation and is funded by the Kn…