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Choosing organic makes sense. It is good for you and good for our environment. When we support a sound ecological food system, we can participate... [Read More]
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After a week of rain, colors light up the Long Beach sky Sunday morning. [Read More]
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Eighth District City Councilman Al Austin talks about Martin Luther King Jr. Monday at the kickoff for Leadership Long Beach's Day of Service at Scherer... [Read More]
The Port of Long Beach participated in the 31st annual Long Beach Martin Luther King Jr. Parade on Saturday. [Read More]
We hope that you had a great weekend, Long Beach! [Read More]
Long Beach Environmental Alliance has scheduled a monthly beach cleanup during the fourth Sunday of every month. The next cleanup is set from 10 to... [Read More]
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It's Stopped Raining, But Homeless People are Homeless. Saltzgaver Wants Something Done. [Read More]
Tags: Rant - Jan - Homeless
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WomenShelter of Long Beach, the oldest nonprofit in the city dealing with victims of domestic violence, will offer a 40-hour training program to develop more... [Read More]
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Colored pencils, markers and digital art apps are just some of the mediums high school senior Ahmad Ali, 17, uses to create his own world... [Read More]
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The Belmont Shore Chocolate Festival returns for the 15th year from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9, along Second Street in Belmont Shore. [Read More]
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A stubborn, smoldering fire led to significant damage at a restaurant at Long Beach Towne Center after firefighters had to cut through the roof to... [Read More]
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ARIES (March 21-April 19). You're getting loads done every day, and yet you're not working on the thing you really want to be working on,... [Read More]
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You really have to see it firsthand to believe it. [Read More]
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A change in leadership is in the works at Long Beach's Animal Care Services, overseen for the past seven years by manager Ted Stevens. [Read More]
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Long Beach Community College has been selected as a finalist for the 2019 Bellwether Award — awarded by the Bellwether College Consortium (BCC) — which... [Read More]
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Because of the potential of massive flooding, the Army Corps of Engineers is rushing to begin a $500-million repair project for Whittier Narrows Dam, classified... [Read More]
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There's been a bit of a flap recently about the city destroying some records, both in city departments and in some City Council offices. [Read More]
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Feb. 24 is the Academy Awards. [Read More]
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Voters are losing faith in their elected officials and their system of government, and who can blame them? In many states across the country, candidates... [Read More]
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A smart phone application that allows people several seconds of warning before an earthquake hits is available now thanks to the cities of Los Angeles... [Read More]
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