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An illegal home demolition in the West End went seriously wrong last week. Long Beach firefighters secured a California Street bungalow last Friday that was on the verge of collapsing — and … more
Negotiations between the city and Long Beach Professional Firefighters Local 287 broke down on Tuesday, after the union rejected an offer that city officials said would have temporarily avoided the … more
The Long Beach City Council is opposing a company’s plan to build “Port Ambrose,” a liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean 19 miles southeast of Jones Beach, citing environmental … more
Much-anticipated renovations at the Laurel Luncheonette & Diner, one of Long Beach’s longest surviving businesses, are scheduled to start later this month. The diner, at 300 W. Park Ave., … more
The city is fast-tracking plans to build a new skate park at the Recreation Center, one that will include input from the public, and has many in the skateboarding and surfing community lauding the … more
The city will establish an outdoor ice skating rink at Kennedy Plaza on Friday, Dec. 5, as part of its annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. The ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will … more
Thousands of Long Beach residents were in the dark on Tuesday night and again on Wednesday, after two separate incidents caused widespread power outages throughout the city and East Atlantic … more
The city says it will lay off five firefighters on Jan. 1, when a $910,530 federal grant — which allowed the Fire Department to bring back personnel two years ago — comes to an end. … more
Former Democratic City Councilman Mike Fagen, who was forced to step down last year after he was convicted of fraud, provided emails to help six Long Beach police officers in their lawsuit against … more
As we look forward to the joys of the holidays, it can be all too easy to get wrapped up in the excitement of the season and spend more than you can afford. According to a survey by Price Waterhouse … more
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