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Long Beach man arrested after police discover meth lab

A Long Beach man who was severely injured in a possible drug mishap last week was arrested and charged with first-degree reckless endangerment after police discovered a methamphetamine lab that …

Long Beach City Council overrides state tax levy cap

The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously at Tuesday’s meeting following a budget hearing to override the state tax cap as members consider a proposed 8 percent tax increase and $98 million …

LB AWARE promotes substance-free fun for students

Long Beach AWARE, a local organization dedicated to preventing substance abuse among young people, recently hosted its annual Teen Nite Out and Tween Nite Out events. Teens and tweens in the …

Long Beach Historical Society to hold ‘Speakeasy’ event

The Long Beach Historical Society will pay homage to the barrier island’s Prohibition-era past when it holds its W. Reynolds Speakeasy & Gin Joint event on May 18 at 8 p.m. at the museum, 226 West …

Commemorating victims of the Holocaust

By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com Temple Emanu-El of Long Beach hosted its annual Yom Hashoah Holocaust Memorial program on May 5, where a local Holocaust survivor served as the guest …

‘Hometown Heroes’ show local scouts the ropes

Long Beach’s Cub Scout Pack 51 held a “Hometown Heroes Pack Meeting” on May 3, where first responders from various agencies spoke with scouts and showed them some of the tools and equipment …

Public to vote on $3.6M library budget

Residents will vote on the Long Beach Public Library’s proposed $3.6 million budget as well as two candidates running for an open seat on the board. The spending plan represents about a $74,000 …