Local dignitaries joined Hawaiian Airlines this morning in celebrating its inaugural flight from Long Beach Airport to Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye Airport, part of its new daily nonstop service between the two cities.
Los Angeles County residents looking to become politically engaged and on top of community news may want to check out The Burg, an app that launched in early April that offers users the ability to communicate with one another...
When Mayor Robert Garcia reached out in early 2017 to Steve Goodling, the president and CEO of the Long Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, about renovating the Terrace Theater Plaza fountains, one word came to mind: Bellagio.
Multiple retailers have opened for business this spring at the new 266,000-square-foot Long Beach Exchange development in East Long Beach, with more expected to open in the coming weeks.
byCity News ServiceinDevelopment
The only freeway ramp that directly connects Terminal Island to the Long Beach (710) Freeway is about to bite the dust, and that will mean several traffic signals on the detour for the heavy stream of trucks leaving the...
Long Beach Airport's main commercial runway (12-30) will be closed during specific hours over an eight-day period beginning Monday, May 14 to repair some critical areas, airport officials announced this week.
The Port of Long Beach (POLB) announced Wednesday that it is now accepting concept paper proposals in response to the 2018 Stormwater and Water Quality Request for Proposals.
byMedina KabirinTrade & Transportation
During a ceremony at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Long Beach on Monday, representatives from the California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership, Kenworth Truck Company and AJR Trucking announced the first near-zero emission 12-liter natural gas truck in...
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