The city this week bought its own property: a vacant building in North Long Beach that once served as a longtime neighborhood library, and last winter, housed the homeless as an emergency shelter.
The new facility will offer cardio machines, strength equipment, locker rooms, flat screen televisions, HydroMassage loungers, massage chairs, tanning beds and more, according to a news release.
About a dozen dispensaries are now selling weed across Long Beach and many are becoming more aesthetically pleasing to the eye, leaving behind the days of intimidating window-tinted storefronts that left customers feeling like criminals and suspicious neighbors wondering...
Get ready Long Beach because Walmart is reimagining select stores nationwide to experiment with a new concept—one that aims to transform the vast parking lots outside its box stores into fitness, entertainment and dining experiences.
A controversial ordinance requiring panic buttons for hotel employees moved closer to law on Tuesday with the City Council voting 5-0 in favor, while four members walked out for the second time in protest.
Measure WW, which goes before voters on Nov. 6, would mandate that all hotels with 50 rooms or more provide panic buttons for housekeepers to protect them against sexual assault.
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