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The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the City of Long Beach and the Long Beach Arts Council, announced the City’s first annual, Beyond The Beach Fall Celebration. This … more
The Long Beach School District is projecting $3.7 million in coronavirus-related expenses, including personal protective equipment and extra staffing to deal with new schedules and protocols this … more
Long Beach firefighters saved three cats from a fire of a home located on West Olive Street. According to the Long Beach Fire Department’s Facebook page, at 1:43 p.m., the fire department was … more
By popular demand, Long Island’s only drive-through dinosaur exhibit, “Jurassic Quest,” has extended its stay at Town Park Point Lookout and will now host shows through Oct. … more
A Long Beach lifeguard traveled more than 2,700 miles to Oregon to help hundreds of firefighters and victims who are battling large wildfires, which have destroyed thousands of homes, businesses and … more
Local director Kyle Richard McCarthy followed the owners of the popular Bright Eye Beer Co. in Long Beach from the summer of 2019 to their Grand opening in February and shortly after when the … more
The race for the 19th Assembly District began mid-August when challenger Gary Port announced his candidacy to run against incumbent Edward Ra, who is running for a sixth term. The Herald asked Ra … more
The Long Beach MLK Center will celebrate its 39th year of operations at the Riverside location with a four-day virtual celebration and fundraiser starting Sept. 30 at its offices at 615 Riverside … more
To gate or not to gate? That is the question the Long Beach City Council is now wrestling with as fall inches quietly toward winter, and the gates and other barriers installed at entrances to the … more
New York State Senator William Reynolds was a larger-than-life figure who is credited with building much of Long Beach, and who served as its first mayor. All before his construction company went … more
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