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St. Anthony High School’s SAINTS RUN 2015 in downtown Long Beach at Shoreline Village will kick off at 8:00 am sharp this Saturday, March 28, 2015. Each year, the race has grown with participants and sponsor support from all around the southland.
In Los Angeles County, the Department of Children and Family Services receives over 10,000 calls each month about children who may be victims of child abuse and neglect. Just in the month of February, they investigated nearly 12,000 cases.
The Long Beach College Promise has earned a $5 million prize as part of California Governor Jerry Brown’s Awards for Innovation in Higher Education. The Award recognizes innovations in higher education that smooth academic transition points for students moving from elementary and secondary education to postsecondary institutions.
Having an arts degree can be a tough sell for some employers, but with the launch of the new Creative Long Beach internship program top students are offered paid internship positions throughout the creative economy. Creative Long Beach believes the wealth of talent, skills, and ingenuity in advanced arts students at California State University, Long Beach is a perfect match for developing creative problem solvers and passionate employees throughout our city.
Councilman Dee Andrews kicking off the 6th District Literacy Program at Abraham Lincoln Elementary. Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews is pleased to introduce the 6th District Literacy Program. The kick off of the program was at Abraham Lincoln Elementary, located at 1175 E 11th Street, Long Beach, CA.
Long Beach City College head coach Casey Crook earned his 500th career victory thanks to a 3-2 South Coast Conference win at rival Cerritos College on Saturday. With 500 wins, Crook currently ranks 11th among active California community college baseball coaches and is No.
Louis Zamperini Selected For Wooden Ethics in Leadership Award by CSULB’s Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership
At the presentation of the Nell and John Wooden Ethics in Leadership Award were (l-r) Greg Wooden, Luke Zamperini, Louise Ukleja, Michael Solt and Lindora CEO Cynthia Graff. California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership at has honored the late Louis Zamperini with its 2015 Nell and John Wooden Ethics in Leadership Award.
Debbie Rossetti-Colacion, owner of the Blackbird Café in Long Beach, gives her final presentation before she officially graduated from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program at Long Beach City College. A group of 22 local entrepreneurs celebrated the completion on Friday (March 13) of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses (10KSB) program held at Long Beach City College, which assists business owners to further develop their businesses and skills to lead in the growth of small firms.
Seventh District Councilmember Roberto Uranga The West Long Beach community is mourning the loss of Keshawn Brooks, a 15-year-old student at Cabrillo High School, who was victim of a fatal stabbing on the afternoon of March 12, 2015.
The 45th annual two-day event will feature American Indian dancing, arts, crafts and food. California State University, Long Beach’s (CSULB) annual Pow Wow, an American Indian social celebration, returns to the campus’ Central Quad on Saturday and Sunday, March 14-15, 2015.