City officials put Long Beach on the hook for millions of dollars in losses amassed by Community Hospital’s new operator. Now the bill is due.
An anonymous vigilante group has so far sparked the arrest of two men in Long Beach by accusing them of attempting to meet up with minors for sex.
A roughly 20-foot display model of the Queen Mary was left to deteriorate in Long Beach while on loan from the South Street Seaport Museum in Manhattan.
Long Beach City College is ramping up efforts to boost enrollment after fewer students return in the pandemic.
Long Beach is planning to reopen the historic Queen Mary by the end of this year, and in the meantime, the city is looking to have the ship considered for national monument status, which could bring in federal dollars for restoration.
Long Beach will pay $499,800 to settle a federal police brutality lawsuit from a Lomita man who alleges that he was injured by a police officer outside a Pine Avenue bar in 2018.
As of Wednesday, Long Beach’s seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases was 100 per 100,00 residents, which helps put the city in to the CDC’s “low risk” category.
The investigation—prompted by a whistleblower complaint—criticized City Auditor Laura Doud but did not find “clear evidence of misappropriation.”
Organizations interested in buying and preserving the Queen Mary’s lifeboats can submit bids through March 25.
The 2022 point-in-time count will give the city’s first snapshot of homelessness in a post-pandemic world.