The booking gives the local business community a glimpse of a return to normalcy some time in the future.
Bracing for a surge of COVID-19 patients in Long Beach and across the county, officials are in a life-and-death race to create hundreds of new intensive-care beds through a variety of conventional and creative tactics.
New restaurant and bar owners, many times hundreds of thousands of dollars in the hole when they open, have been left with severely reduced or no revenue.
Lou Anne Bynum was named interim superintendent-president of Long Beach City College District during a special meeting of the college’s Board of Trustees Saturday.
Some of the website’s new features include optimization for tablet and smartphone users, social media integration, an interactive map, photo galleries, improved online forms and calendar, and an enhanced search function.
It’s not clear yet when Ruth’s Chris will open, but the restaurant is part of a full-building renovation and expansion planned by Thrifty Oil Co., owner of the office tower located at 180 E. Ocean Blvd.
The Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education adopted a resolution in support of the bond, which could bring as much as $330 million in state funds for projects in local schools, officials said.