The Long Beach community has rallied behind local leader Martha Cota, executive director of Latinos in Action, and her family after her husband contracted COVID-19 and subsequently hospitalized.
If her lead holds, Suely Saro, a 39-year-old Cal State Los Angeles professor, is on track to become the first Cambodian American to be elected to the Long Beach City Council, a historic moment for the nation’s largest concentration of Khmer people outside of Cambodia.
The Long Beach Post is excited to present Local Live(s)—a virtual community storytelling event in partnership with Back Pocket Media.
The Long Beach Post, Press-Telegram, Grunion Gazette and Long Beach Business Journal have partnered to present a series of live-streamed debates with the candidates for City Council, Long Beach Unified Board of Education and the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees.
A former Long Beach city commissioner told the Post that after complaining about an illegal bingo gathering near his home, he got a surprising visit from Councilman Dee Andrews.
Accusations of an affair, stalking and reports of battery have recently roiled city staffers at Councilman Dee Andrews’ field office in Central Long Beach.
The Museum of Latin American Art is once again partnering with the Latino Comics Expo this year to bring together Latinx artists of all genres and styles together, except this time the weeklong event will be held virtually.
The strike was started by a Pennsylvania professor earlier this month after tweeting her interest in creating a strike similar to the NBA for educators and students.
The free event will include breakout sessions according to grade level so speakers can know the youth on a personal level and give specific career advice.
The Delivering for America Act, an emergency bill that passed Saturday, would infuse the USPS with $25 billion that its board of governors asked for earlier in the year, and reverse the operational changes made a few months ago.