Long Beach City Council candidate Robert Fox, backed by his campaign manager, Ian Patton, issued a press release this week rife with inflammatory, stigma-filled and ableist language about mental illness. This must stop.
“We don’t know a lot about what the future is going to look like as it relates especially to COVID and economic recovery. I’ve been telling folks to understand the seriousness of what’s ahead of us and that it’s unprecedented.”
The Long Beach Post is forming an editorial board—specifically a Community Editorial Board—and please consider this your invitation to apply for a seat at the table.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate headlines, but April 22, 2020 is also newsworthy as the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
With the help and support to the Local Media Foundation, we have launched the Long Beach Post COVD-19 Local News Fund.
This type of rapid partnership and public service is the hallmark of our outstanding local media organizations.
Expanding news coverage of socioeconomic and public policy issues in West Long Beach will be the focus of a new reporting position coming to the Long Beach Post next year, thanks to a Report for America grant announced today.
As we move into another election season, be assured it won’t be politics as usual from the Long Beach Post.
A forum is far from a debate; it’s a reading from candidates’ own campaign mailers, and it does little to improve the democratic process.
Over the latest 100 days, our local audience has grown by over 400 percent. Readers are turning to us over one million times per month. Our work is gaining national readership and national award recognition.