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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Special needs children have unique abilities and unique challenges, so parents must become highly attuned experts, ready to handle any issue.
A water main rupture at 6:20 a.m. Sunday morning, Oct. 20, caused a sinkhole on Spinnaker Bay Drive at Parsons Landing, and crews were still at work at noon Monday to complete repairs.
Ninth District Councilman Rex Richardson has issued a call for entries to the 23rd annual Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 9 — a much shorter parade than previous years.
Long Beach City College board member will soon split his time between here and Sacramento to help the state become less dependent on fossil fuels.
A long-term lease of Community Hospital in east Long Beach will come to the City Council for approval Tuesday, city officials say.
City officials will try to answer an often debated question next week with the 12th annual Bike and Pedestrian Count, but they say they need help.
Work has begun to dismantle a 75-year-old refinery on the corner of Artesia and Paramount boulevards in north Long Beach, with plans to build a state-of-the-art warehouse.
If Long Beach City Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce violated the Political Reform Act, the City Prosecutor’s Office won’t be the agency to prosecute her.City Prosecutor Doug Haubert said in a Friday, Sept. 27, statement that he has discussed conflict-of-interest allegations against Pearce with t…
There will be enough parking on the 2nd & PCH property for both customers and employees, developers told more than 200 people Wednesday night, and the city is taking several steps to ease parking pressure on the adjacent marina lots, but that didn't seem to allay concerns.
Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price will bring city officials from several departments to a community meeting next Monday, Sept. 23, to give residents updates on four major projects in the district.
Long Beach and the local firefighters union have struck a tentative deal for a new labor contract, the city announced late Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18, but officials did not disclose any details.
Next Tuesday, Sept. 24, is National Voter Registration Day, and Long Beach City Clerk Monique De La Garza says she will focus on registering students to vote.
Eighth District City Councilman Al Austin will present his annual Celebrate the Eighth event at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, at Rancho Los Cerritos.
A major new shopping center, a new restaurant expected to draw crowds and strong business at Alamitos Bay Landing are all impacting parking along Marina Drive.
President Donald Trump has directed White House officials to take on California’s homelessness crisis, including the encampments that fill many streets in and around Los Angeles, it was reported Tuesday.
Police officers in Long Beach will likely soon receive a raise — but they’ll also have to contribute more to their pensions than they have in the past.
Los Angeles County's voting process will leap into the future in 2020, transitioning from the traditional polling place system to more regional voting centers.
An independent review of Long Beach City Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce’s sources of income and her votes while on the panel has determined she violated the city’s conflict-of-interest policy.
Long Beach's Development Services Department has released a notice that it plans to file a "Mitigated Negative Declaration" to cover environmental issues related to Carnival Cruise Lines' expansion of the dock next to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal.
A family outing to the Aquarium of the Pacific last month turned from fun to frustration when Darren Grosch returned to the parking garage to find his car gone.