Officers were dispatched to the area of Second Street and Marina Drive at approximately 12:57 a.m. regarding the traffic collision.
For the past 90 years, the Children’s Dental Health Clinic in Long Beach has made a name for itself in a landscape where access to low-cost dental care is difficult to come by.
While the first year of the pandemic brought low interest rates to the housing market, the pendulum has swung in the opposite direction throughout 2022, with some experts estimating that interest rates will continue to rise through the end of the year.
“We expect rents to go up—maybe not quite as much as inflation—but still to go up in the next couple of years, and we’re looking at 5 or 6% in Long Beach per year over the next couple of years,” said Richard Green, director of USC’s Lusk Center for Real Estate.
From providing space for Bollywood dance classes and dog obedience training to movement and flow yoga, Lincoln Park—Long Beach’s oldest park—has seen some much-needed revitalization over the past few months.
Although the organization began with programs targeted specifically at young women, in 2010, Khmer Girls in Action piloted its first program for young men. Now, it’s open to not only Cambodian youth, but anyone of Southeast Asian descent attending high school in the Long Beach Unified School District.
The funding is much-needed for Catalina Express, which previously expressed concerns about having to shutter because of the cost of adhering to the stricter requirements.
Meant to serve as a safe haven for youth, House of Haven officially opened earlier this year, providing a space to rest, get a meal, shower and “just be young adults.”
The new flight, which kicks off Jan. 5, comes as Southwest is also set to remove two routes from John Wayne Airport in Orange County—one that flew to Chicago’s Midway International Airport and one to Salt Lake City International Airport.
In early 2023, the agency will add 20 electric-operating buses, bringing its total number up to 44 electric buses.