The Long Beach Post, Press-Telegram, Grunion Gazette and Long Beach Business Journal have partnered to present a series of live-streamed debates with the candidates for City Council, Long Beach Unified Board of Education and the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees.
State and county officials also this week released guidance on Halloween, with trick-or-treating being “strongly discouraged.”
Temperatures are expected to reach the low 90s today in Long Beach, according to the National Weather Service.
Meanwhile county officials urged anyone who attended a large gathering to get tested for the virus.
Tonight, Oct. 12, Long Beach Post reporter Crystal Niebla and Press-Telegram reporter Chris Haire will moderate a debate with Tonia Reyes Uranga and Erik Miller for the LBUSD District 2 seat.
Los programas, que son gratis o de bajo costo, mantendrán protocolos de seguridad para prevenir el contagio del COVID-19.
Tonight, Oct. 8, Long Beach Post reporter Sebastian Echeverry and Press-Telegram reporter Hayley Munguia will moderate a debate with Al Austin and Tunua Thrash-Ntuk for the City Council District 8 seat.
Please join us in welcoming the inaugural Community Editorial Board to our team.
Tonight, Oct. 7, Long Beach Post reporter Jason Ruiz and Press-Telegram reporter Hayley Munguia will moderate a debate with Suely Saro and Dee Andrews for the City Council District 6 seat.
Reporting to Publisher David Sommers, Stephanie Rivera will have overall responsibility for community connections and audience development initiatives, including serving as the executive liaison to the Post’s newly-formed Community Editorial Board.