Expansion of the 710 Freeway Trudges Forward Amid Community Demands For Cleaner Alternative 

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The debate was between two alternatives identified by planners, one (5c) costing about $6 billion and “alternative 7” which would cost about $10 billion. Both projects would change the current layout of the current 19-mile stretch of the 710...
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Carnival Cruise Line Celebrates Grand Reopening of Expanded Terminal in Long Beach

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Carnival Cruise Line celebrated its official grand reopening of the Long Beach Cruise Terminal renovation and expansion on Saturday.
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SCIG Rail Yard Battle Likely Headed to State Supreme Court As Long Beach Signals Intent to Petition

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The legal battle over the BNSF Railway Company Southern California International Gateway project which has dragged on since the Los Angeles City Council’s vote in 2013 to approve the project will now be appealed to the California Supreme Court.
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DLBA Adopts Nationwide Event to Connect Local Investors and Business Owners

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Business owners and entrepreneurs mingle during the first Million Cups of Coffee event at Studio One Eleven in downtown Long Beach. Photos by Medina Kabir.  A free nationwide event that aims to educate and connect investors with entrepreneurs and...
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Brewery Coming to North Long Beach as Part of Uptown Development

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North Long Beach will get its first-ever brewery to be located in a development along the Atlantic corridor expected to break ground this spring.

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Aquarium’s New Pacific Visions Wing Closer to Completion with Topping-Off Ceremony

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The last steel beam of the Aquarium of the Pacific’s new Pacific Visions wing was set in place today during the topping-off ceremony of what will be a 29,000-square-foot, two-story sustainable structure.

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UPDATE: Harbor Commission Approves Rail Facility Project

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A public hearing is scheduled Monday to discuss an environmental impact report on a proposal to redevelop a rail yard in the Harbor District to move cargo more quickly with less of an environmental impact.

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Expressing Optimism Amid Challenges, Top Port Official Plans for ‘World’s Greenest Port’

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In his first State of the Port address this morning, Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero discussed many new challenges and improvements the port will face in the upcoming years to make it “the world’s greenest port.”

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City Breaks Ground on the Shaun Lumachi Innovation Center

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When finished, the redesigned building will offer co-working space, small business consulting services and an international business accelerator pilot program.

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ULTA Beauty, T-Mobile to Join Growing List of Tenants at Long Beach Exchange

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ULTA Beauty, Images Luxury Nail Lounge and T-Mobile will be joining the growing list of tenants at major retail project Long Beach Exchange.

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