After years of port truck drivers asking for the Long Beach City Council to take action against alleged wage-theft occurring at the Port of Long Beach it appears that the council is prepared to start the process of finding a solution.
The effort to recall Second District Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce from office has taken another twist as the committee seeking her ouster has filed a letter alleging that the council woman’s recent request for a restraining order against her former...
President Donald Trump’s first state of the union address went a lot like most people probably thought it would. He called for greater border security, spoke of building big beautiful things and Democrats hated nearly every moment of it.
The second annual release of the nonprofit financial transparency group Truth In Accounting’s (TIA) Financial State of the Cities report saw Long Beach earn a “C” grade for having more bills than it does money to pay them.
In an urgent request to supporters this week, Second District Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce asked for volunteers to phone bank on her behalf this weekend as the recall effort against her continues to move forward.
With roughly 25 percent of the city facing some sort of digital divide the Long Beach City Council appears poised to take actions to close that gap as items targeting the divide were introduced Tuesday night.
The Long Beach municipal election is still months away but four races officially ended Tuesday night as the city council voted to adopt a resolution that will appoint four incumbents to office who were poised to run unopposed.
The first public airport advisory commission meeting held since Long Beach announced it would pursue changes to its noise ordinance in hopes of silencing late-night flight activity was very much like most...
As the affordable housing market continues to wain local housing advocates are hosting the first full-length screening in Long Beach of KCET Media Group’s documentary “City Rising” at the Art Theatre January 24.