HUD Awards Long Beach Homeless Services Providers Over $8 Million

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded Long Beach over $8 million to continue providing services and housing for those experiencing homelessness, the city announced today.

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City Prosecutor’s Office Announces Winners of IMPACT Awards

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The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office today announced the winners of its annual IMPACT Awards, which recognized individuals or groups who have made a positive impact in the city in the past...

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Labor Advocates Look to Voters to Bring Claudia’s Law to Long Beach

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Labor advocates are working to bring a measure to Long Beach voters by the end of the year that aims to protect hotel workers from harassment and abuse.

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Community Shows Outpouring of Love for Long Beach Woman Killed by Drunk Driver

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Bridget Ingham’s life was cut short Saturday night when a suspected drunk driver struck her car on 8th Street and Euclid Avenue. She later died at a local hospital.

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UPDATE: City Attorney Approves Language for Rent Control Ballot Initiative

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The city attorney’s office confirmed yesterday the language of a proposed rent control measure in Long Beach, finally allowing housing advocates to begin a signature-gathering process.

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Long Beach Fire Department Recognized for Live-Saving Efforts During Montecito Mudslides

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The Long Beach Fire Department’s Urban Search and Rescue Team was recognized this morning for their life-saving efforts in the recent Montecito mudslides.

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Meet the Artists Tasked with Beautifying North Long Beach Walls in the Next Months

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Expect to see a handful of murals start popping up at graffiti-blighted walls in north Long Beach in the coming months as the second cycle of Vice Mayor Rex Richardson’s Creative Corridor Challenge was launched over the weekend.

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DUI Crash Kills Long Beach Woman, 49

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A 53-year-old motorist was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after he broadsided a car in Long Beach Saturday night, killing a woman.

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Latest Open Conversation Discusses Arts Education, Citizen Diplomacy

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For some, art may not be thought of as a vehicle for international diplomacy, leadership development or the ability to transform societies, but community leaders in Long Beach think otherwise.

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Metro to Consider Distributing Pre-Loaded TAP Cards to the Homeless, Domestic Violence Victims

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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is looking at providing pre-loaded TAP cards to individuals experiencing homelessness or domestic violence victims throughout the county.

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