The City of Long Beach and Vice Mayor Rex Richardson will host a daylong summit on Thursday, May 17 at the Long Beach Convention Center to discuss economic inclusion and introduce new ways to build a more inclusive economy.
byMedina KabirinTrade & Transportation
During a ceremony at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Long Beach on Monday, representatives from the California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership, Kenworth Truck Company and AJR Trucking announced the first near-zero emission 12-liter natural gas truck in...
byMedina KabirinPublic Transit
Long Beach Transit was among 28 recipients of $2.6 billion in state grants meant to expand transit and rail projects working to become faster, frequent, and more reliable.
Military marketing company Victory released the 2018-19 Military Friendly schools list in early April and named Long Beach City College (LBCC) and Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) among multiple other California campuses.
Cal State Long Beach's inaugural “Giving Day” last month resulted in the campus receiving gifts that totaled more than $1.1 million which school officials said will help fund basic needs, scholarships and study abroad programs.
In 2006, 17-year-old Philip Stokes was riding his motorcycle when a truck ran a red light and crashed into him, leaving his left arm paralyzed and putting what he thought was an end to his dreams of being a...
byMedina KabirinUrban Renewal & Design
The Long Beach Office of Sustainability and nonprofit Green Education Inc. are partnering up to host two “Smart Homebuyer Workshops” this month to support homeowners and new homebuyers in making their homes healthy, comfortable and environmentally friendly.
Councilmember Jeannine Pearce and GRID Greater Los Angeles will come together Saturday, April 21, to host an environmental health fair day, aiming to help families build a sustainable home.
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