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Parents of children at JCC-run before- and after-school programs in Long Beach are complaining about the level of care that the youngsters are receiving and are seeking change. The complaints came … more
On the first floor of the Long Beach Public Library, around the corner from the front desk and by the bookshelves, there’s a banner: “Harvey Weisenberg: A lifetime of sand, sea and … more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce has added three new members to its board at its meeting at the Allegria Hotel Monday night. The new board members, John Boland, Benjamin Metzger and Mike Ruvolo, … more
The City of Long Beach had parking meters in the 1960s, but they weren’t very popular, and the money, some said, kept disappearing from the machines. With parking even more of a headache … more
Ian Danby, the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce chairman for the past four years, stepped down recently to devote more time to his marketing firm, but will remain with the chamber as treasurer. He … more
Long Beach Chamber of Commerce member Ian Danby has stepped down as chairman. He will remain as treasurer for the chamber. Danby, who has been a member of the chamber for the past eight years, was … more
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to opt out of a New York State program that would have allowed the establishment of a dispensary to sell retail marijuana. The council … more
At Shine’s, one of Long Beach’ most popular bars on the West End, co-owner Brent Wilson said he sensed problems on the horizon when he read Gov. Kathy Hochul’s new Covid-19 … more
Sorrento’s, a popular Long Beach eatery that had been in business for over 20 years before a fire destroyed it and an adjoining tattoo parlor in May, has re-opened. The restaurant opened at … more
When a fire ripped through a building in Long Beach last May housing the popular Sorrento’s restaurant and Abyss Tattoo parlor, Megan Casey, of Long Beach, did what she has always done in … more
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