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Long Beach officials over the weekend said they have begun eviction proceedings against the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, saying the organization has "consistently failed to meet" with city … more
After decades of dealing with financial troubles — a massive lawsuit, mounting debt, a payoff scandal and low ratings from Wall Street — Long Beach officials say they believe the city has … more
YouthBuild has been offering education to young adults across the island and the United States, with 273 programs country-wide. Now, it has made its way to Long Beach. YouthBuild Long Island is … more
In another sign of the city’s revival, the Long Beach Cinema 4 will reopen Friday after a two-year shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic. A movie theater’s marquee is usually … more
Long Beach’s public works commissioner said that a secondary digester – a key component of the Waste Water Treatment Plant-  has abruptly “tilted” and must be repaired, a … more
What should the city of Long Beach like a decade or so from now? City officials and consultants are trying, once again, to institute a comprehensive plan to guide Long Beach’s development as … more
During her illustrious career, Judy Goss has traveled the world modeling, hosting television shows, and becoming a published author. more
The Long Beach City Council has proposed a 2022-23 budget that carries a tax rate of 4.96 percent, lower than last year’s 6.33 percent rate. The budget proposal was posted on the … more
Early signs that there will one day be life on Long Beach’s Superblock are just becoming visible. Parts of what will be a two-story garage with 1,100 parking spaces have been constructed in … more
Over the decades, hairstyles have changed — from crew cuts to flat tops to locks that hung down to the shoulders, and even lower. But through it all, the barber behind the chair at Majestic … more
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