As Long Beach prepares to operate small-scale COVID-19 vaccination efforts within its deeply-impacted communities, health officials face a number of challenges, ranging from the lack of manpower and language barriers to a digital divide and logistical obstacles.
Local residents could start to see crews implement the modifications on Atlantic Avenue between East Claiborne Drive and East Armando Road at the end of this week.
Police said officers responded to the area of 14th Street and Magnolia Avenue at about 9:15 p.m. Saturday and saw a man with a firearm walking on the west side of a park, brandishing the gun.
This smaller clinic was an attempt from the city to inoculate residents in areas that are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, and underserved neighborhoods.
An underground power vault fire has left some businesses and homes near Downtown without power for nearly an hour late Saturday afternoon.
Police responded to the call at 12:15 a.m. in the area of 17th street and Temple Avenue.
City officials are hosting a virtual workshop for the second phase of the UPLAN strategy at 11 a.m. Saturday.
The company stated that its $1.2 million investment would reduce air emissions such as nitrogen oxides, particulate matter and reactive organic gas by over 4.5 tons over the next 15 years as it moves cargo up and down the port.
Nickey McKnight’s self-made-boss mentality and Southern upbringing inspired her to open The Boujie Crab restaurant in North Long Beach—and despite opening during the COVID-19 pandemic, the upscale seafood restaurant is already making waves.
The LBC Teen Talk radio course will be hosted online, and will take place on three different Saturdays this month with the first scheduled to take place on Feb. 6.