A&F Market, an Asian-centered market in West Long Beach, received a new freezer last week, took down beer and cigarette ads and placed fruits at the counter as part of joining the city’s Healthy Market Partnership Program, an initiative aimed to promote healthy food access.
The lockdown has underscored the divide between businesses who have built a strong online presence and those who haven’t.
Less than a month after its first board meeting, a newly-created community development corporation will shift its focus to supporting businesses struggling in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The two-story, 5,000 square-foot shop will open at 1043 Pine Ave., in a former medical building near St. Mary Medical Center and will offer a wide range of CBD products including edibles, lotions and extracts.
A bra-fitting boutique in the city’s Bixby Knolls neighborhood finally reopened Monday following a weeks-long closure due to a rupture in a city main line pipe that caused sewage to flood into the business.
Small Business Saturday was launched 8 years ago, now it’s an annual tradition with Long Beach businesses—from entire corridors to pop-ups—celebrating the occasion.
Brandon Chhea owns a donut shop in Long Beach where he’s asking for help from the community to build up the neighborhood business.
Alexa Fleur reflects on the path that had brought her to this moment, one of the last days with the business she helped found.
More than 80 different agencies of police, sheriffs, Highway Patrol and firefighters and their various unions and supporters have made use of the services of Honorband.