Long Beach Breaks Same-Day Record Heat Set in 1968

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A high-pressure system coupled with Santa Ana winds sent temperatures spiking upward today, tying or toppling heat records for the date across the region.
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Multiple Transit Options Available For Toyota Grand Prix Weekend

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Multiple transit options will be available during this weekend’s Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach event  that include water taxi services and free shuttle services.
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Long Beach Water Commissioners Vote To Explore Gas, Water Utility Merger

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Long Beach utilities could be on the verge of an overhaul after the Board of Water Commissioners voted Thursday to allow the consideration of a merger between the city’s water and sewer utilities with the city’s gas and oil...
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Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Honors Police and Fire During Appreciation Lunch

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The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce honored the city’s police and fire departments during an appreciation luncheon downtown on Tuesday, thanking those who protect the community and courageously respond to emergencies.
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First Latina POLB Harbor Commissioner, Local Leadership Nonprofit to be Honored with Keys to the City

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At the next Long Beach City Council meeting Mayor Robert Garcia is expected to honor the first Latina to serve as harbor commissioner of the Port of Long Beach with the key to the city.
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Second Annual Tsunami Preparedness Walk and Resource Fair Helps Residents Prepare for Future Disasters

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City officials held the second annual Tsunami Preparedness Walk and Resource Fair at Will Rogers Mini Park last Saturday as part of Tsunami Awareness Week.
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Mayor Garcia to Host 8th Annual Go Long Beach Awards

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Thirty-three outstanding individuals will be honored tonight for their contributions to the city, from art to public service, during the Go Long Beach Awards, the city announced today.
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Community Groups Call on City to Invest More in Youth Development

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Using recently released results of a survey on youth investment, local community groups called on the city to fund more development programs.
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Measure A Funds to Support Deferred Maintenance Projects at Rancho Los Cerritos

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Work has begun on one of several deferred maintenance projects at the historic Rancho Los Cerritos thanks to funds provided by Measure A, officials announced today.
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New Houghton Park Community Center Expected to Open in 2019

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The community came together at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Houghton Park Community Center in North Long Beach last Saturday.
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