Economists Weigh In On Challenges To Twin Ports’ Marketshare

The past few years have marked growth for the San Pedro Bay ports. But even as the ports garner an increasing number of containers...

Can Community Paramedicine Provide Relief To Crowded Emergency Rooms?

In light of Community Hospital’s closing in 2018 and subsequent plans to reopen the facility through a public-private partnership between the City of Long...

Community Hospital’s Oldest Building Proves Crucial To ER’s Future

With its arches, large windows and center fountain, the courtyard of Community Hospital is a prime example of the Mission Revival architectural style that...

Long Beach Industry Snapshots

A diversity of business sectors drive the Long Beach economy, some with roots dating back to the city’s origins, and others that have blossomed...

Air Quality Agency Seeks New Sales Tax To Meet Federal Pollution Standards

The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is attempting to pass a new sales tax that would be levied on the counties of...

U.S. Navy Letter Raises Serious Concerns About Modifications To Breakwater

The United States Navy has serious concerns about the City of Long Beach’s East San Pedro Bay Ecosystem Restoration Study, an ongoing endeavor by...

Mayor Garcia Highlights Top Issues, Urges City Action On Homelessness, Housing And Community Hospital

At his fifth annual State of the City address, Mayor Robert Garcia highlighted accomplishments of his tenure and described a positive momentum for the...

New County Stormwater Parcel Tax Leaves Property Owners With Questions

Following the passage of Measure W in November 2018, Los Angeles County residents and property owners must pay a new parcel tax beginning in...

Improving The Neighborhood – One Plant, Meal Or Book At A Time

Walking through the Children’s Gateway Garden in Cesar Chavez Park, one can hear the pitter-patter of small sneakers on the nearby playground, children’s laughter...

Small Business Showcase: Parkview Village

Molivate Gym After graduating with a degree in kinesiology from California State University, Long Beach, local resident Molivann Duy began using his degree to help...

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