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Long Beach oil operator files for bankruptcy but production to continue—for about 20 years

The company that operates the majority of city-owned oil wells recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy amid plummeting oil prices, but officials with the...

Airport passenger traffic remains low but slow upward trend continues

  Long Beach Airport passenger traffic remained incredibly low in July but numbers are steadily—and slowly—creeping upward, which is a positive sign, airport officials said.   In...

Tidelands Fund in crisis: Budgetary challenges jeopardize future development timelines

As the end of a strenuous fiscal year nears, city leaders are proposing a new budget with upward of $30 million in cutbacks to...

‘We’ll get there, but it’s going to take some time’: Economists express cautious optimism...

The local economy is slowly recovering despite continued limitations on a variety of sectors, and the effects of the health pandemic may be felt...

Two-thirds of voters support oil production tax increase, new poll shows

A recent survey of 400 likely Long Beach voters shows 67% support a November ballot measure to increase the city’s general oil production tax...

New LBCC facility puts focus on sustainability

Pasadena-based C.W. Driver Companies recently broke ground on a new multi-disciplinary facility to be constructed on Long Beach City College’s Liberal Arts Campus. The...
Gerold Desmond Bridge Replacement Project

Port of Long Beach receives top honors from American Association of Port Authorities

The Long Beach port received the most award recognitions this year of any individual entity honored by the American Association of Port Authorities.   The port...

‘It’s a very difficult situation’: Long Beach families reflect on pandemic parenting

For parents, the past few months have been especially rough. The summer, normally filled with summer camps and visits to relatives’ homes became an...

YMCA of Greater Long Beach celebrates outgoing Board Chair Kevin Peterson

(SPONSORED) The YMCA of Greater Long Beach thanks and acknowledges our outgoing Board Chair, Kevin Peterson, P2S Inc. President & CEO. Kevin served as...

Assistance programs are keeping the multifamily market mostly intact—for now

Despite the economic woes brought on by COVID-19, including historically high unemployment, a mixture of assistance programs has kept renters in their homes, stalling...

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