The City Prosecutor says his office is investigating potentially “felony-level violations of the California Elections Code” in connection with the Robert Garcia recall campaign.
Voters need to feel like their voices are being heard—and it is up to us, collectively, to create a system that caters to that.
Diana Tang is currently the manager of government affairs and communications for the city of Long Beach.
Veteran Long Beach Congressman Alan Lowenthal is navigating wielding new power in a new, younger Congress
When Democrats unveiled a new legislative package of sweeping government reforms on Friday, they were met with a flood of media coverage.
The inauguration is slated for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Terrace Theater Plaza.
Patton holds the distinction of being the first openly-gay person to work on the 14th floor of City Hall, where the council offices are located.
On Tuesday, the Long Beach City Council will consider a Meatless Monday proclamation, encouraging residents to avoid meat on Mondays. If passed, Long Beach will join the ranks of Meatless Monday cities that include Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Washington D.C. and Minneapolis Minnesota, as well as California State University, Long Beach.