First-Ever African American Cultural Center May Be Coming to Long Beach

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Over the last four years Long Beach Councilman Al Austin has been hosting Black History Month celebrations every February at the Expo Arts Center.
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NEA Grant to Support New Design Project to Build Trust Between Police, Residents

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A $30,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) will support a project aiming to build trust and cooperation between the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) and Long Beach residents, ArtCenter College of Design announced earlier this...
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City Council Takes Aim At Bike Chop Shops With New Ordinance

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An ordinance aimed at curbing the ability for stolen bikes to be disassembled and sold for parts on public property moved ahead as the Long Beach City Council voted to begin the crafting of legislation that would ban bike...
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Councilwoman Price Looks to Address Bike Theft with Restriction of Bicycle Chop Shops

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An agenda item requesting the city attorney to draft an ordinance restricting the dismantling, reassembling, selling and offering for sale multiple bikes and bike parts in public spaces throughout the city will be brought to Long Beach City Council...
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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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Airport Advisory Commission Takes Up Noise Ordinance Changes As Public Frets Over Legal Challenges

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The first public airport advisory commission meeting held since Long Beach announced it would pursue changes to its noise ordinance in hopes of silencing late-night flight activity was very much like most...

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Long Beach to Look At Homeless Day Worker Program As Bridge to Services, Getting People Off The Streets

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The city of Long Beach could be taking a new approach to how it plans to help the homeless in the city as it unveiled a possible day-work program to help those...

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Drake Chavez Greenbelt, Soccer Fields to Officially Open Saturday

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The public is invited to attend the Grand Opening of the Drake Chavez Greenbelt and Artificial Turf Field this Saturday at 11:00AM, the City of Long Beach announced today.

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City Launches ‘Justice Lab’ to Provide Resources to Repeat Offenders

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City officials revealed today the creation of a Justice Lab, which was launched this month and briefly announced by the mayor during his State of the City address.

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Locals Volunteer During MLK Day of Service

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Community members rolled up their sleeves today to participate in multiple projects taking place throughout the city to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

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