Column: City Council candidates’ plans to fix homelessness miss the crucial piece — a lot more homes
We asked City Council candidates what they would do about the housing, mental health and addiction crises fueling homelessness, but the first — and biggest — item on that list went largely unaddressed.
The show is one of the few times I’ve truly seen Long Beach get to step to center stage as the star of a TV show or movie.
Want to revitalize nightlife? Kick cars out of places like Pine Avenue and Second Street and let people walk around while enjoying a drink.
Column: A new state bill could bring much needed safety upgrades to a dangerous stretch of PCH in Long Beach
In January, three people were killed on a stretch of PCH in the course of eight days. Hopefully, new legislation will prompt Caltrans to make safety upgrades that will save lives in Long Beach.
There have been much more monumental and strange sights on Long Beach’s coastline. What’s the one that sticks in your brain?
If these had been murders or gun violence, there would have been an immediate outcry, but the truth is, many of us are just used to people dying in traffic all the time.
Video shows a woman staying at the Long Beach Rescue Mission’s shelter deliberately setting a Christmas tree ablaze.
Warnings about the respiratory disease in dogs have some people worried about boarding their pets. Here’s how one business is handling the situation.
For a lot of my friends, Hi-Hill was the first (or only) trip into nature that childhood offered, and it was a beloved horizons-expanding experience for generations of Long Beach kids.
Cities around the country have found success in reducing crime by returning to the old ways of walking a beat. Long Beach police should consider doubling down.
Column: Long Beach is trying to end traffic deaths, but one of its deadliest roads poses a complex problem
Making changes to Pacific Coast Highway can be a long, unwieldy project. Assemblymember Josh Lowenthal has formed a task force to try to get the process moving.
With city leaders considering new ways to quickly add homeless shelter space, San Diego’s efforts might offer a glimpse of the future.
I usually love when the rest of the world suddenly becomes aware of Long Beach’s genius, but this time, there was a twinge of annoyance — and hunger.
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