A coronavirus outbreak at Cal State Long Beach has grown to include 17 confirmed, related cases, officials announced Tuesday evening, Sept. 29.
On-campus students at Cal State Long Beach must heed quarantine orders or they could face disciplinary action, a university official said Sunday, a day after the quarantine went into effect after five students tested positive for COVID-19.
All on-campus students at Cal State Long Beach have been placed under quarantine starting Saturday, Sept. 26, after five students tested positive and school officials learned they “congregated socially” off-campus earlier this month, officials said.
School campuses sit empty of students. Signs on storefronts warn that patrons must wear masks to enter. Event venues and amusement parks — the Hollywood Bowl, Universal Studios, Disneyland — remain eerily deserted.
The Long Beach Unified School District will continue with online classes through Jan. 28 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the district's superintendent announced Thursday.
Hair salons and barber shops can reopen to indoor operations under an updated Los Angeles County Health Order, officials announced Wednesday, Sept. 2.
State officials are no longer prohibiting hair salons and barbershops from operating indoors in Long Beach and Los Angeles County as a whole — but that doesn’t mean those indoor spaces can start reopening.
Another five Long Beach residents have died from coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Tuesday, Aug. 25, bringing the city’s death toll to 208.
The recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic has hit Long Beach hard, as the unemployment rate jumped from 4.5% in January to 19.5% in June, according to the latest data available. But some parts of the city — particularly small businesses in North Long Beach — have seen more money pour …
Another four Long Beach residents have died from coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Wednesday, Aug. 19, bringing the city’s death toll to 199.
Long Beach Symphony officials held on as long as they could, but announced Monday, Aug. 17, that all of the remaining Classical concerts will be rolled over to the next season, and the two remaining POPS! concerts have been cancelled.
About 40 people at Long Beach MemorialCare received pink slips Thursday, Aug. 13, as hospital administration struggle to manage expenses and still provide health care in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations appear to be on the decline in Long Beach, officials announced Thursday, Aug. 13, the same day they also outlined health requirements for schools once they eventually get the OK to open.
“It feels like we are somewhere in Europe.” Christine and Carl Bloom said last week as they were finishing up their al fresco Italian lunch at Domenico’s Pizza on Second Street in Belmont Shore.
Renters in Long Beach whose income has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic can stay in their homes for two more months without worrying about evictions due to nonpayment.
A small group of Long Beach area churches — and one angel of a foundation — are ready to give nearly $250,000 to more than 30 smaller, struggling churches to help their congregations.
The federal Paycheck Protection Program may have poured more than $360 million in forgivable loans into businesses in Long Beach and Signal Hill — which could have saved more than 41,000 jobs from being eliminated because of coronavirus-related closures, according to data published by the U.…
Citing the resurgent threat of the coronavirus pandemic in many parts of California, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday, July 17, that California schools will start the new school year with many students once again learning from home.
Long Beach State men’s basketball coach Dan Monson on Thursday afternoon confirmed his 18-year-old daughter Mollie has been infected with the coronavirus.
The 2021 Rose Parade has been canceled, Tournament of Roses officials announced on Wednesday, July 15, citing coronavirus concerns, although the Rose Bowl football game is still scheduled.
If there was any good news in Long Beach Monday following Gov. Gavin Newsom's rollback to stricter coronavirus restrictions, it was that most of the city had been experiencing them since July 1.
Faint hopes of returning to the stage have been dashed for Long Beach performing arts groups with the resurgence of the coronavirus and the attendant restrictions on gatherings.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s mother and stepfather are both on ventilators with an illness related the the coronavirus, Garcia announced Monday, July 13.
Long Beach Unified School District families will have their choice of education plans this fall, the district announced Wednesday, July 8, as the number of coronavirus cases in the city continues to climb.
On July 3, 2018, MemorialCare personnel turned out the lights at Community Hospital of Long Beach, locked the doors and gave the keys back to the city.
Gaslamp Music + Bar + Kitchen owner Michael Neufeld wasted no time in booking dozens of acts after being told by city officials earlier this month that it was finally okay for restaurants to have live music again after reopening in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic — as long as they…
Long Beach bars, wineries and nail salons can reopen with certain regulations Friday, June 19, the same day outdoor religious and political gatherings can resume, city officials have announced.
Gyms, fitness centers, swimming pools, campgrounds, day camps, beach parking lots, museums, galleries, hotels and short-term rentals in Long Beach — along with the Aquarium of the Pacific — will be able to reopen Friday, June 12.
Another three Long Beach residents have died due to coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Tuesday, June 9, bringing the city’s death toll to 103.
Coronavirus-related deaths hit the 100 mark in the city of Long Beach, health officials reported Monday, June 8 — the same day Mayor Robert Garcia announced a proposed program to help businesses recover from the vandalism and looting that occurred during a protest-gone-awry a little more tha…
Long Beach health officials reported no new deaths in the city Saturday, May 30, but confirmed 90 new cases of coronavirus — bring the total to 1,947.
Long Beach hair salons and barber shops can reopen for business, and restaurants can once again allow customers to dine indoors, officials announced Friday, May 29.
Just a few hours after Los Angeles County got approval from the state to open restaurant dining rooms that had been shut down due to the pandemic on Friday, May 29, Long Beach followed suit to allow dine-in for restaurants in the city.
It still wasn’t completely normal, but for some retail shoppers in Long Beach, being inside a retail shop may have even felt a little nostalgic Thursday as some retail stores allowed customers inside for the first time since mid-March.