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The Long Beach Board of Education finalized its $155.9M 2024-25 budget, including key initiatives and infrastructure improvements. Vote is on May 21 at local schools. more
Cristin Delaney-Guille grew up in Floral Park, but about 18 years ago, she packed up and moved to Long Beach. Delaney-Guille, 43, gave birth to a daughter, Olivia, shortly afterward, and then … more
Long Beach community members banded together at the Cabana Tuesday night to recognize and raise for a little-known speech disorder: apraxia. Childhood apraxia of speech is a disorder that makes … more
Sam Pinto (incumbent) Pinto is a lifelong resident and graduate of LBHS. He has 3 children in the district, 2 elementary and 1 rising into middle school. He is a passionate, civic-minded … more
A mass of solemn Long Beach community members came out to remember one of their own. A vigil was held on May 7 to honor Adam Astone’s memory. Astone died May 3. Those who … more
Throughout their campaign for City Council last fall, Brendan Finn, Chris Fiumara and Mike Reinhart made it clear to Long Beach residents that they were going to work to prevent taxes from … more
Long Beach commemorates 100 years of baseball tradition with clinics, reunions, and charity fundraising. more
Join Temple Emanu-El in honoring Holocaust Memorial Day with a solemn remembrance service in Long Beach. more
It’s almost time to bring your towels, beach chairs and umbrellas down to the sand, Long Beach. Beach passes for the 2024 season go on sale Saturday, meaning summer is one step closer to … more
Long Beach High School students had a busy April, marked by two notable events. Students engaged in the College and Career Fair on April 17, exploring diverse post-graduation avenues ranging … more
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