On Nov. 27, shoppers are encouraged to skip the trip to chain stores and shop with their local small businesses instead. To help sweeten the deal, business improvement districts across the city have come up with activities that give shoppers an opportunity to learn more about the locally owned businesses in their area and even win gift cards for shopping there.
Neighborhoods in Downtown, Central, West and North Long Beach have borne the brunt of the surge in gun violence, according to data mapped by the Long Beach Post.
According to police, suspects entered the homes through unlocked doors or windows while residents were asleep and there have been no altercations between burglars and residents so far. In some cases, the suspects stole victims cars.
Several shots were fired in front of a convenience store on the corner of Eighth Street and Chestnut Avenue, but it appears nobody was wounded.
The U.S. has entered a new era in space exploration, and Long Beach is determined to be right at the center of it.
Recently, the therapist, who has been working in Long Beach for nearly three decades, was voted best mental health provider in the city by readers of the Long Beach Post in the annual Best of Long Beach contest. So how does Daniels achieve her widely heralded results?
As the drought-stricken state burns, more and more firefighters are being asked to trade their normal routine of house fires and car wrecks for raging infernos tearing through rural communities.
Providing care for patients despite restrictions on in-person meetings has required a significant change in protocol among therapists—and caused a shift toward providing virtual services that is likely to have a lasting impact.
The condition of the dogs is unknown, but “they were seemingly OK,” according to a fire department spokesperson.
Despite some residual hesitation to gather in large crowds—and businesses’ troubles finding workers to serve drinks, bus tables or ring up sales—business in Downtown Long Beach is slowly rebounding after the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Downtown Long Beach Alliance’s newly released annual retail snapshot.