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Long Beach Airport Director Mario Rodriguez announced today his resignation from the City of Long Beach to accept a position as Executive Director of the Indianapolis Airport Authority.
Stephen Salts, a graduate student in the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), has been selected for a 2014-15 Fulbright U.S.
A defendant recently charged with multiple charges relating to human sex trafficking has been convicted and is now facing multiple years in prison.
Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center in Partnership with CSULB Opens Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center
The new Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center opens on the campus of Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center today, Friday (April 18), with a focus on providing comprehensive mental health services for survivors of trauma and victims of crime.
Beginning Saturday, April 19, 2014, members of the Long Beach City College (LBCC) Horticulture department will join members of the Long Beach Qingdao Association Sister City program in presenting a joint exhibition at the 2014 International Horticulture Exposition in Qingdao, China.
Three suspects have been arrested and charged in connection to a 2013 murder. On April 28, 2013, at approximately 3:00 a.m., Long Beach Police were dispatched to a report of gunshots heard in the area of Spaulding Street and Junipero Avenue.
Celebrating National Bike Month and bike-friendly Long Beach, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) will host the 6th Annual Bike Fest on Saturday, May 3 from 2:00 – 11:00 P.M.
Two workshops have been scheduled to inform the community about the Southeast Area Specific Plan, which is a three-year effort to comprehensively review and update the zoning code historically known as the Southeast Area Development and Improvement Plan (SEADIP).
Dignity Health’s St. Mary Medical Center Reduces Complications, Gains Positive Results For Thousands of Patients
Dignity Health, one of the five largest health systems in the nation, recently announced in two years it has reduced hospital-acquired infections and readmissions, positively affecting more than 10,000 patients and potentially saving an estimated $30 million as a result of efforts across the health system from Jan.
On Saturday, April 5, 2014, around 9:07 p.m., Long Beach Police were dispatched to a report of shots heard in the 2300 block of Eucalyptus Avenue, which resulted in the death of a male adult.