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Police Seek Information Concerning Toddlers Found Alone

lbpd-toddlers Today at approximately 8:45 a.m., Long Beach police were dispatched to Atlantic Avenue and 60th Street after a passer-by saw two small children that were alone and called police. The children, both African-American boys, are approximately one and two years of age, and appear to be in good health.

Self-Checkout Service Now Available at All Long Beach Public Library Locations

Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach The Long Beach Public Library now provides self-service checkout at all 12 locations. This easy, efficient service gives patrons the opportunity to bypass lines and check out materials themselves.

City’s Cultural Diversity Takes Center Stage at Color Me Long Beach Event

color-me-long-beach USA Today has called Long Beach the most diverse city in the United States. COLOR ME LONG BEACH: A Multicultural Urban Arts and Video Experience, offers the community an opportunity to experience that diversity in a celebration of multicultural urban arts and video representing the many communities that call Long Beach home.

LB’s Technology Services Director to Retire; Search Begins for Replacement

city-of-long-beach Curtis Tani, Director of the City of Long Beach Department of Technology Services, has announced his plans to retire, effective September 12, 2014. “Curtis has served our city admirably by modernizing and expanding our use of technology, improving customer service, enhancing employee productivity and reducing costs,” City Manager Patrick H.

Youth Invited to Summer Leadership Academy and Mentoring Program

lamp-summer-workshop The Leadership Academy and Mentoring Program (LAMP) invites Long Beach youth between the ages of 14-24 years old to join a fun and leadership-building program. LAMP is a unique mentoring program for teens looking to develop skills in: photography, fashion and graphic design, and music and video production.

Seven-Ten Swap: 4 Years of Community Building Through Sharing

seven-ten-swap Have any items laying around that you no longer use but don’t have the heart to throw out? Imagine a community space where you could take them to and know that someone else will accept them and give it a new home. That is the vision behind the monthly Seven-Ten Swap, a free community exchange where people can give items that are clean and in good condition to pass on to others.

Health Department Receives National Award

lbcityseal-900x600 The Long Beach Health Department has received a national award for using social media to engage its community partners and staff, and has been selected to present its social media strategies during a national public health convention later this year.

Councilmember Austin Invites Community to July’s Second Sunday

Shy But Flyy, a spoken word performer and musician on stage at June’s Second Sundays. Shy But Flyy, a spoken word performer and musician on stage at June’s Second Sundays. Eighth District Councilmember Al Austin invites the community to join him for July’s Second Sunday event in Virginia Village. Second Sundays will take place from 3 p.m.

County Board of Supervisors Issue $10,000 Reward for Information on Liquor Store Robbery (VIDEO)

liquor-store-robbery The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has issued a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the March 24, 2014 shooting of a 53-year-old male liquor store owner during a robbery, and the L.B.P.D.

Kids Experience Health Care Professions at Miller Children’s Hospital Bring Your Child to Work Day

Eric Aune, lead radiologic technologist, shows visiting children various MRI and X-ray images 
highlighting the work of the Imaging & Radiology Department at at Long Beach Memorial. Eric Aune, lead radiologic technologist, shows visiting children various MRI and X-ray imageshighlighting the work of the Imaging & Radiology Department at at Long Beach Memorial. Long Beach Memorial and Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach recently hosted its 16th Annual “Bring Your Child to Work Day.” With the help of hospital staff and community partners, such as the Long Beach Fire Department and Care Ambulance Service, 200 children of employees at Long Beach Memorial and Miller Children’s — ranging in age from 7 to 17 — participated in hands-on activities designed to teach them about the medical profession and the benefits of helping others.

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