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While the duck pond in El Dorado Park just off Studebaker Road long has been a popular spot for families — especially those with young children — it also long has been a challenge for city maintenance and management crews.

“One bite at a time” is how Kim Thompson, the director of Seafood for the Future for Long Beach’s Aquarium of the Pacific, suggests we all change our behavior to be both socially and environmentally conscious. She suggests simple changes — like instead of a burger for lunch, occasionally opt…

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Attorneys representing the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation filed an opening brief Friday, March 12, in a lawsuit against Cal State Long Beach over the university dumping soil on a part of the campus that is sacred land called Puvungna.

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Robb Whitaker, the Water Replenishment District general manager whose retirement announcement triggered months of infighting, will make his exit today, Friday, just as the search for the district’s next leader begins again.

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A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Thursday, March 11, eased the path for a land-swap deal between the Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority and an oil company moving forward, ruling against an environmental group that sought to invalidate the trade by arguing the California Coastal Commission …

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A marine science experiment is underway in the Alamitos Bay, with boaters from the Long Beach Yacht Club giving a helping hand to the Orange County Coastkeeper for a project that hopes to boost spawning of the once-abundant Olympia oyster.

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Long Beach's Parks, Recreation and Marine Department had to pivot quickly when the coronavirus pandemic hit last March — creating online programming, reimagining youth programs and maintaining suddenly less-used facilities and open space.

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The Aquarium of the Pacific will resume its outdoor operations Saturday, Jan. 30, following the city’s announcement Monday evening that it will align with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to lift the state’s regional stay-at-home orders.

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.

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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.

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