Long Beach Doug Haubert
The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (LB CPAC) will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at 6pm at the Bixby Café at 3900 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, 90807.
Councilmembers Al Austin and Steven Neal invite residents to the quarterly meeting of the North Long Beach Community Assembly on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Join your 7th District Councilmember on Friday, May 4th from 5:30 – 6:30 PM for First Books at First Fridays, a monthly event held at Dana Branch Library as part of First Fridays.
Sonia Ines Hernandez, 52, the woman who fabricated a story about finding an infant abandoned at a gas station, pleaded no contest today to misdemeanor criminal charges and was ordered to repay the City of Long Beach for responding to the hoax, Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert announced today.
The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office is proud to announce that it will present 5 awards to individuals and groups who, working with the City Prosecutor’s Office, have made “a significant, positive impact in the City of Long Beach in the past year.”
The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office announced today that it filed a 58 count criminal complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court against Pacific Coast Container, Inc., for illegally transporting overweight shipments in violation of the California Vehicle Code.
Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert announced last week that his office has secured a $50,000 environmental prosecution grant from the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation (NFWF).
A father and his two sons, charged by the Long Beach City Prosecutor with attacking the Long Beach Poly High School wrestling coach, pleaded “no contest” today to battery charges.
A Superior Court Judge ruled on Wednesday that marijuana dispensary operators in Long Beach can be criminally prosecuted, announced Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert.
On Monday, June 6, 2011, the mother of a Washington Middle School student was arrested and booked after failing to ensure her son’s regular attendance in school, in violation of a new truancy law that provides for criminal prosecution of excessive unexcused school absences that became effective earlier this year.