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The Board of Directors named Jennifer Allen, currently associate executive director of the day nursery, as Whitney Leathers’ replacement after a national search.
Improvements will include lighting, median and parkway landscaping and hardscape, pavement enhancements, signage, and striped crosswalk treatments.
Los residentes de Long Beach que cumplan con ciertos requisitos ahora tienen hasta el 11 de junio para solicitar asistencia de renta en la ciudad.
Long Beach’s last reported COVID-19 death was April 17, marking the lowest level of deaths since the start of the pandemic.
Long Beach residents who meet certain requirements now have until June 11 to apply for rental assistance from the city.
El gobierno federal ha ampliado el uso de la vacuna Pfizer a las personas de entre 12 y 15 años, y ha descubierto que los beneficios de la vacuna contra el COVID-19 superan las posibles consecuencias negativas.
After nearly three years, the Community Hospital Long Beach emergency department is now open, marking a crucial turning point for the facility, operator Molina, Wu, Network announced Wednesday.
Dock workers and terminal operators moved 746,188 twenty-foot equivalent units last month, making it the first April that the seaport handled more than 700,000 TEUs.
The city was anticipating a dip in vaccination demand as more residents got the shot, but the slowdown paints a picture of the work health officials still have to do as more COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, businesses open and variants of the virus spread.
The City Council is expected to consider both a permanent and temporary extension option for individual restaurant patios across the city.
The memorial would honor all those who died from the virus, which includes over 930 Long Beach residents and more than 62,000 Californians.
For 12 months, rescues, shelters and people who have rabbits in their homes have dealt with the growing threat to the creatures in their care.