Port of Long Beach and city officials officially opened a new bike and pedestrian path Sunday morning, making it the first bike path at the port, officials said.
At around 1:45 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 700 block of E. Shoreline Drive regarding a gunfire call, and, upon arrival, officers found casings in the parking lot at the scene, police said.
It’s unclear when work on the greenbelt will resume, but there’s a swiftly approaching deadline to take advantage of grant funding.
No injuries were reported, but police said they seized a firearm at the scene.
Long Beach officials announced Thursday that its health department is offering enrollment assistance for those who may be eligible Medi-Cal and Covered California.
Improvements will include lighting, median and parkway landscaping and hardscape, pavement enhancements, signage, and striped crosswalk treatments.
The Beacon, a two-building housing complex in the Downtown area, is now housing more than 200 veterans and seniors, many of who have experienced homelessness, officials announced.
Currently, the roughly 2,700-square foot property at 1900 Willow Street is fenced off, which had served as parking space for the customers of some of the six adjacent businesses.
Solar canopy installations on three designated public parking facilities in the Downtown area are now being built, marking the first of two phases of a solar project series throughout the Long Beach, the public works department announced Friday.
A preliminary investigation suggests that the victim was near an alley when an “unknown number of suspects” approached and and then fired at the man, police said.