Long Beach Councilman Roberto Uranga and his wife, Tonia, were accused of severely neglecting their two German shepherd dogs last year, resulting in one dog’s death.
The Queen Mary is expected to remain closed into 2022 as the city works on urgent repairs.
The move is the next step as the city considers the Queen Mary’s future and how to fund millions of dollars in critical repairs for the historic ocean liner.
A North Long Beach Samoan church lost three of its younger members within two weeks this summer, highlighting the dangers of COVID-19 for region’s Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community.
A local Sept. 11 remembrance event was held in front of the Signal Hill Unity Monument, a 4,500-pound metal sculpture that faces east as a tribute to the 9/11 victims.
Siendo una ciudad urbana, densa y diversa con una gran cantidad de gente joven y residentes negros y latinos, Long Beach enfrenta desafíos adicionales para llegar a aquellos grupos que estadísticamente tienen menos probabilidades de vacunarse.
Grassroots community organizations are key in helping the city reach the vaccine hesitant in the most vulnerable groups.
A little-known real estate investment firm had big plans for the Queen Mary, but now they owe hundreds of millions to an array of creditors—and the fate of the city’s most famous asset is more uncertain than ever.
Future plans for the Queen Mary come with significant price tags, ranging from $105 million to retire and scrap the ship, to roughly $500 million to move the vessel and build a new dry dock.
Long Beach is now tasked with deciding how much money it will invest in critical repairs for the aging icon.