For the last 25 years or so, the Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce has had its own Political Action Committee (PAC) to raise money and endorse candidates and propositions.

Downtown Long Beach businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus-induced recession — but the struggling economy hasn’t resulted in a major surge of empty storefronts in the area.

For much of the year, the country’s economic outlook has been grim, with the coronavirus pandemic sweeping through the U.S., taking a major toll on jobs, commerce — and the collective mood.

On the former NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation," Pawnee city employees devoted an entire day to over-the-top spending and personal pampering. The characters’ catchphrase, “treat yo self,” instantly became a part of popular culture.

At least two local elections coming up in Long Beach on Nov. 3 have been impacted by what appears to be impersonations of candidates and current officials seeking to influence the campaigns. The impersonations, according to City Prosecutor Doug Haubert, are likely illegal.

As educators, even in normal years, it often seems as if every moment of our lives from September to June is spent in front of an audience. Not just an audience — an audience of teenagers, who are mostly kind and caring, but for whom even the tiniest morsels of their teachers’ private lives …

The Long Beach College Promise, the future of virtual learning and the role of police on campus were just some of the topics discussed during a Wednesday evening, Oct. 14, debate among the three candidates vying to represent Area 4 on the Long Beach Community College District board.

For the past 24 years, the Historical Society of Long Beach (HSLB) has shared local lore in a unique way. Each October, the group has re-enacted meaningful moments in Historical Cemetery Tours.

Two candidates vying to represent Area 2 on the Long Beach Unified School District board, Erik Miller and Tonia Reyes Uranga, faced off in a live-streamed debate Monday evening, Oct. 12, where they discussed equity, finances, the achievement gap and more.

Windes has been name the top public accounting firm in the 2020 Best Places to Work in Los Angeles-Medium Companies. The awards program was created by the Los Angeles Business Journal and Best Companies Group. Windes has offices in Long Beach, Los Angeles and Orange County.

Voters in Long Beach’s Sixth District have a decision to make in the Nov. 3 elections: Keep Dee Andrews as their representative on the City Council, or choose Cal State Los Angeles adjunct professor Suely Saro to fill the seat.

California's Office of Historic Preservation has sided with Native American tribes trying to force Cal State Long Beach to clean up construction debris dumped on Puvungna, a 22-acre parcel on campus considered sacred to the Gabrielino/Tongva tribe and others.

The city's Technology and Innovation Department (TI) is launching a new Digital Inclusion Resources Hotline to help connect the community with a variety of resources and services, including computers, low-cost internet services and more.

Candidates hoping to represent Long Beach’s Eighth District shared their plans on a variety of local issues, including how they would address homelessness, police reform and economic recovery in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, in a Thursday, Oct. 8 debate.

A 2005 sexual assault changed the life of 24-year-old Shangrila Rendon. The attack, which triggered flashbacks of her childhood sexual abuse, sent her into a downward spiral.

The southern water entrance to the Naples Canals from Alamitos Bay is open again after a year of construction to repair and replace more than 2,000 feet of seawall.

The Press-Telegram, Grunion Gazette, Long Beach Post and Long Beach Business Journal have partnered to present live-streamed debates of the candidates vying to win seats on the Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education, the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees …

The Press-Telegram, Grunion Gazette, Long Beach Post and Long Beach Business Journal have partnered to present live-streamed debates of the candidates vying to win seats on the Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education, the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees …

The new owners of Cindy Allen’s former business, ETA Advertising, have sued the Long Beach City Council candidate, arguing she misled them and breached the terms of their contract when she sold the business.

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