The Long Beach City Council will be considering a new operator for Community Hospital during next Tuesday’s council meeting, just weeks before its scheduled closure following the discovery of an active fault line on the property late last year.
We’re in the midst of two seasons: kitten season, which lasts from early spring to mid-fall on the average, and the Fourth of July silly season, which lasts from about now until a few days after the holiday.
A change in vendor operations will render the state’s Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) System inoperable for EBT cardholders wanting to make cash withdrawals or food purchases next weekend, according to the California Department of Social Services (DPSS).
byCity News ServiceinCrime
The identities and personal information of more than 1,000 Veterans Affairs patients were discovered during a traffic stop at the VA campus in Long Beach and a VA clerk was arrested on suspicion of identity theft, authorities said today.
byLong Beach Post PartnerinHealth
Miller Children’s & Women’s patients dashed toward the finish line with their family, friends and sponsors, while carrying an Olympic-style torch – a symbol of hope – in the fight against pediatric cancer at the 33rd Annual Torch Run....
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