Gala Celebrating Long Beach City College’s 90th Anniversary Set for Next Month

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Long Beach City College (LBCC) is scheduled to celebrate its 90-year history with a 1920s-themed black-tie gala on Saturday, June 16, school officials announced today.
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Applications Now Open for We Are the Next’s 2018 Youth Heritage Summit

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Long Beach-based nonprofit organization We Are the Next announced Monday that applications are now open for its 2018 Youth Heritage Summit at the Homestead Museum in the City of Industry.
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Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Two Vehicles on Freeway Transition Road in Long Beach

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A pedestrian was struck by two vehicles and killed on the transition road from the southbound Long Beach (710) Freeway to the eastbound Artesia (91) Freeway in Long Beach, authorities said today.
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Cal State Long Beach to Confer Over 11,000 Degrees This Week

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A total of 11,176 students are expected to be conferred academic degrees from Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) this week, during nine commencement ceremonies May 22-25, according to the university.
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Long Beach Man Sentenced to 26 Years for Role in Drug Ring

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A Long Beach man was sentenced today to more than 26 years behind bars for his role in a drug ring that imported a powerful synthetic opioid from China used to produce homemade pills that were sold in bulk...
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Long Beach Police Begin Click It or Ticket Campaign

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Starting today, the Long Beach Police Department(LBPD) will be deploying additional officers to the city’s streets for a two-week Click It or Ticket campaign concurrent with the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
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SWAT Team Searching for Suspect Possibly Involved in Fatal Stabbing of Long Beach Man

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A SWAT team searched this afternoon in Bellflower for a suspect who may have been involved in the fatal stabbing of a Long Beach resident last Friday in Norwalk.
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City Council to Consider Censuring Councilwoman Over Conduct that “Reflects Poorly on the City”

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Long Beach City Council is expected to consider whether to formally discipline Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce for conduct ranging from potential sexual harassment, conflicts of interest and failure to follow the city’s Code of Ethics.
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With the ‘Stars Aligned’ a New Nonprofit Launches in Long Beach to Bring Economic Prosperity for All

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A new nonprofit has launched in Long Beach and it aims to create equal access to economic prosperity for everyone by creating a civically engaged community and nurturing the city’s next leaders.
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Recreational Cannabis Regulations Set For Council Review After Passing City’s Planning Commission

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The Long Beach planning commission voted unanimously Thursday night to forward suggestions to the city council that would amend the city’s zoning codes to carve out allowed spaces for recreational cannabis should the city council vote to allow the...
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