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As the calendar turns to November, another ice extravaganza from the Disney folks finds its way back to Nassau Coliseum more
The Board of Education voted 4-1 to hire a consulting firm at its Oct. 12 meeting to aid the district in its search for a new superintendent. After former Schools Superintendent David Weiss … more
A portion of Lido Boulevard closed temporarily after a car collided with a fire hydrant Thursday morning and caused a water main to break, the Long Beach Fire Department said on Facebook. The … more
The Long Beach Martin Luther King Center has upgraded its energy system so it can provide light, heat and electricity to residents during future storms and emergencies. The $130,000 project was … more
Long Beach police broke up a large underage drinking party on Tennessee and Oceanview Avenues on Oct. 27 and issued a 43-year-old resident a summons for violating the city’s Social Host Law. … more
“We pause today to remember the loss, and to appreciate what was gained,” Long Beach City Councilwoman Anissa Moore said to a room filled with people on a rainy Sunday reminiscent of the weather … more
Performances/On Stage Daryl ShermanThe vocalist-pianist and her trio perform pop standards, Thursday, Oct. 26, 7:30 p.m. Program includes hits by Carl Sigman and others. Tickets required. … more
The acclaimed series springs to life in a musical adventure. more
The lead-up to the candy-fest is here. Before the big day, get your ghoul on and enjoy a spooky soirée that’s sure to be a thrill for the kids and adults. more
The city announced this week that its ongoing road resurfacing project would resume next month, and the work could lead to temporary road closures. The scope of the work includes repairing … more
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