The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday announced the winners of the eighth annual IMPACT awards for those who have made a positive impact in the city.
Federal workers who have been impacted by the government shutdown and are experiencing financial hardship can find some relief opportunities in Long Beach for paying their utility bills, parking citations and other billing services.
The monthly forum launched in 2006 as a way for Long Beach residents to get the inside scoop on local politics and ask probing questions of their city leaders, all while sipping on a pint of their favorite brew.
Long Beach could see last call for some bars extended to 4 a.m. under a bill that will soon go before the California State Assembly.
Liquor stores throughout the entire city of Long Beach will now be subject to stricter visual and performance standards after the Long Beach City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday evening aimed at improving blighted businesses.