A case that’s impossible to forget…a man holding a firecracker arrived with all five fingers blown off. When his reconstructions were done, he was left with a thick, fleshy spatula, that flexed at the wrist.
Throughout generations, impressionable minds have been embedded with skepticism regarding community colleges. As a result, hundreds of high school students have dismissed this affordable version of higher education, and the class of 2019 is no exception.
byAl Austin II and Stacy MungoinCommentary
The state has an important role to play in addressing California’s housing crisis. But arbitrarily overriding locally developed height limitations, densities, parking requirements and design review standards is not the answer.
The council on Tuesday will consider a new model for the city's animal shelter: My hope is this action gives the consultant team and the task force support while they create an attainable strategic plan, focused on saving every...
Dangerous streets are not natural or unavoidable. The city made some streets fast and dangerous in the choice to prioritize traffic. The city continues to keep streets dangerous.
The only legal delivery services in Long Beach are from the legal brick-and-mortar dispensaries — everything else seen on the favorite “cannabis finder” are illicit deliveries.
People who have spoken out about how bad balloons are need to educate themselves before posting something that may target a small business like mine and put it in harm's way.
byMac Harris and Noah SantiagoinCommentary
Educating our communities and elected leaders was not easy. We spent so much time having to prove ourselves before our stories were truly heard. That won’t be the case at People’s State of the City on April 10.
Only strong renter protections combined with affordable housing development will allow Long Beach to maintain our diversity, protect our seniors and people with disabilities, as well as allow residents to live in safe and healthy homes without fear of...
The challenges are that there is a limited amount of wheelchair accessible rentals and the ones that are available, most likely charge double or triple the rent that a person with a disability is paying currently.
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