After becoming the first project to be approved in coordination with Long Beach's new Downtown Plan requirements, the historic Meeker-Baker and Press-Telegram buildings at 6th Street and Pine Avenue will officially be home to Molina Healthcare for at least the next eleven years according to a
Millworks, the development company behind the reimagining of the historic Press-Telegram and Meeker Baker Buildings along Pine Avenue, have officially unveiled their plans for phase two of the project.
Michelle Molina speaks with Culture Agent columnist Sander Roscoe Wolff about how the Millworks redevelopment of the Press Telegram building is revitalizing Pine Avenue, her passion for helping kids, and this Saturday's Green Prix Long Beach.
Millworks inaugurated the official groundbreaking of the second phase of its North Pine Avenue development at the historic Meeker-Baker Building Monday.
Following the acquisition of Pacific Hospital in Long Beach by Santa Fe Springs-based College Health Enterprises Inc. (CHE), Senator Ricardo Lara and Assemblymember Bonnie Lowenthal have come out in opposition to the sale through public letters.
So what, exactly, happened to all those mini "We Love LB" murals that used to wrap the old Press-Telegram and Meeker Baker buildings? If you know Michelle Molina of Millworks—the organization behind the redevelopment project for Molina Healthcare—then you also know she is a
Molina Healthcare landed on Business Insider’s list of least stressful companies to work for in 2015, based on data compiled by the employer-information website PayScale.
Molina Healthcare has acquired Providence Human Services and Providence Community Services, expanding its behavioral and mental health services, the Long Beach-based company announced Monday.
On Saturday, October 24, the LBWD, Surfrider Foundation, Rebuilding Together Long Beach and Home Ownership for Personal Empowerment (HOPE), Inc., teamed up to build drought-tolerant landscapes for low-income and disabled residents in Long Beach.
This weekend, you’ll have a chance to access health and dental care free of charge, without fear of penalty, courtesy of Molina Healthcare.
Long Beach-based Molina Medical Group celebrated the opening of its first ever college-based clinic at El Camino College Compton Center in nearby Compton last week.
Molina Healthcare has fired its CEO and CFO, in light of the company’s “disappointing financial performance,” the company announced today.