Applications opened today, Friday for people interested in receiving up to three meals a day from some of Long Beach's top restaurants.
As Mayor Robert Garcia speaks to the camera, giving that day's death toll from COVID-19 and explaining what the city is doing about it, Paola Morales can be seen in the background.
A draft Environmental Impact Report is being reviewed as part of an ambitious restoration plan for the Los Cerritos Wetlands in southeast Long Beach.
Amid mounting pressure from protestors and President Donald Trump, Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled plans on Monday for reopening California churches and allowing in-person retail shopping.
A Los Alamitos interchange of the San Gabriel River (605) Freeway will be named in memory of a Long Beach soldier killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan, it was announced Monday.
Two more Long Beach residents have died due to coronavirus-related causes, officials announced Friday, May 22, bringing the city’s death toll to 70.
Pacific Gateway has been a source of workforce innovation since the public agency was formed — Workforce Innovation Network is literally part of its name.
Businesses and pedestrians in Long Beach may soon be able to make better use of some of the city’s streets, sidewalks and parking lots, as officials consider opening them up for public use.
Long Beach is projecting tens of millions of dollars in shortfalls in the years ahead because of the coronavirus — and that outlook is “potentially more likely to get worse than better,” according to the city’s budget manager Grace Yoon.
Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price has begun a video Zoom series she's calling Let's Talk! A Conversation Series About Mental Health.
A state Coastal Commission investigation has concluded Long Beach violated the Coastal Act last week by having a contractor trim palm trees on the Peninsula when there were multiple active Great Blue Heron nests there.
Three more Long Beach residents have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Tuesday, May 12, bringing the city’s death toll to 48.
Tree trimming crews came to the Peninsula on Wednesday, May 6, and began working in the palms along Ocean Boulevard — a clear violation of Long Beach's coastal permit.
A new partnership spearheaded by the Center for Economic Inclusion and relying on area churches has created a network of food pantries in the poorer parts of Long Beach.
Following through with a threat made a month ago, the Long Beach Reform Coalition filed a lawsuit today, Monday, against Los Angeles County Clerk/Recorder Dean Logan over the county's new voting system and an aborted recount.
A local labor leader and a longtime political ally have been tapped by Mayor Robert Garcia to become the next two Long Beach Harbor Commissioners.
Long Beach reported another death Sunday, May 10, from the novel coronavirus, bringing the city’s death toll to 44 people as officials prepared to reopen beach bike and pedestrian paths, tennis centers and tennis courts in select parks on Monday, May 11.
Another three Long Beach residents have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Saturday, May 9, bringing the city’s death toll to 43.
Stay at Home orders and social distancing requirements have dealt efforts to help victims of domestic violence a double blow.
The Queen Mary has suspended operations due to the statewide stay-at-home order to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus, the ship’s operator announced Thursday, May 7.
Mayor Robert Garcia announced Wednesday afternoon that some small businesses and city facilities will reopen — with restrictions — this Friday.
Long Beach council members on Tuesday, May 5, expressed a desire to move forward with reopening some aspects of the economy and recreation areas while maintaining caution amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Community Hospital of Long Beach officials said in late March they were "days away" from opening the east-side hospital, and it figured into Gov. Gavin Newsom's equation of increasing hospital beds to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s been nearly two months since Long Beach’s first cases of the coronavirus were reported, and in that time, the city has gathered plenty of data on those who have contracted the virus and how Long Beach as a whole has been impacted.
The state law known as AB5 was designed to protect workers from being taken advantage of, according to its sponsors, including author Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzales of San Diego.
The Long Beach Police Foundation continues to find ways to support the city's Police Department and other first responders in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Gavin Newsom will order all beaches and state parks closed Friday after tens of thousands of people flocked to the seashore last weekend during a heatwave despite his stay-at-home order, according to a memo sent Wednesday evening to police chiefs around the state.
Long Beach City Council's Economic Development and Finance Committee, chaired by Ninth District Councilman Rex Richardson, will conduct a teleconference hearing Thursday, April 30, to talk about recovery from the coronavirus shutdown.
Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price has set up an online survey and plans to host four small video conferences to hear the public's preferences regarding lifting restrictions in place to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
A years-in-the-making project to replace the Shoemaker Bridge, which connects drivers from Shoreline Drive and Seventh Street in downtown Long Beach to the 710 Freeway, took another step forward Tuesday, April 21.
Cars lined up outside Jordan High School in North Long Beach on Saturday, April 18, as folks got tested to see if they have contracted the coronavirus.
Another woman in Long Beach, who was older than 80 and associated with a long-term care facility, has died after testing positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Saturday, April 18.
Another three Long Beach residents have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Tuesday, April 14. The death toll from the virus so far in the city is now 17.
The general manager of the Long Beach Water Department will serve as board president of the California Municipal Utilities Association, officials announced Tuesday, April 14.
Long Beach’s Coronavirus Relief Fund, meant to help residents, businesses and nonprofits survive the financial hardship created by the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent stay-at-home mandates, has raised more than $1 million, officials announced Monday morning, April 13. About half of that…
A citywide survey of business owners is underway to assess impacts of the coronavirus crisis and government response to fight the disease.