With nearly double the signatures needed, labor advocates turned in over 46,000 signatures to the city clerk’s office Tuesday morning that, if found valid, will place an initiative aimed at protecting Long Beach hotel workers on the November ballot.
For the first time in a quarter century the Long Beach City Council voted Tuesday night to censure one of its members as eight of the nine-member council put their votes behind a formal reprimand of Second District Councilwoman...
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.
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...
The City of Long Beach announced its official affiliation with the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) during Digital Inclusion Week May 7-11, which brings attention to digital inequalities nationwide.
The City of Long Beach was awarded five communications awards during the 2018 California Association of Public Information Officials (CAPIO) Conference in Santa Rosa, the city announced this week.
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The city of Long Beach announced Tuesday that it has received two grants totaling $1 million to fund its lab that aims to give tools to first responders to divert residents in need out of the criminal justice system...
The building manager told tenants that a doubling of their rent had nothing to do with requests for maintenance and everything to do with a proposed rent control ordinance that is currently being circulated for signatures.
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