After his mother’s death from COVID-19, Tito Harper was determined to finish school as he cared for his younger brother. “My mom taught us that what we start we have to finish,” he said. “That’s why we’re still in school and keeping a happy mindset.”
Mike Fillipow has embraced the nickname he earned during practice: ‘O.G.’ for ‘Old Guy.’
Kobe Jackson died suddenly last year at 22. Last weekend, his family and friends honored him with a 31-mile journey across the water.
The Luke Tatsu Johnson Foundation is hosting a Luke-toberfest golf tournament this month to continue its mission.
Nearly 1 million student-athletes are deemed academically ineligible each year as a result of avoidable or recoverable errors, according to one estimate.
A.J. McKee’s Bellator MMA career started with 18 consecutive victories before his first loss. Saturday, he’s trying to rebound in front of his hometown crowd.
From Mexico to Ukraine, LBUSD staff say they want their classes to be a welcoming, helpful step for people coming to Long Beach from across the world.
The school in the El Dorado Park neighborhood was one of 297 nationwide to receive the award, the U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona announced Friday.
The California Language Teachers Association gave her the honor for her work teaching Japanese to Poly students for the last 13 years.
Huntley dedicated 50 years to being a Long Beach Little League coach, umpire and member of the Board of Directors. He suffered a stroke earlier this year, and a GoFundMe has already exceeded its goal.