Documents released this week revealed the work that’s gone into the massive task of a Downtown ballpark, and the enthusiasm local officials have harbored toward the idea for years.
byMelissa Evans, Kelly Puente and Tim GrobatyinNews
Many of the financing options would entail the issuance of general obligation bonds or the "creation of new revenue streams"—which would require voter approval.
byMelissa Evans and Kelly PuenteinBusiness
Urban Commons released an 880-page financial document ahead of its public offering that provides the clearest picture yet of the company’s revenue and projections for the 18 hotel properties it owns or manages, including the storied 1930s-era ship that...
The church hung the banners to show solidarity with the LGBT community. The United Methodist denomination is in the midst of a dispute over whether gay-friendly policies are in line with Christian teaching.
The Rev. Dan Lewis of Grace United Methodist in Long Beach is among hundreds of clergy in the roughly 13 million-member denomination standing at the crossroads of a years-long dispute over whether gay-friendly policies are compatible with Christian teaching.
The chief and others plan to be at Mathews' funeral next week, and the department sent out condolences on social media, with pictures showing her wide smile—and, of course, giving the chief a kiss.
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