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City’s Mobility Element wins Award of Excellence

The City’s Mobility Element has earned an Award of Excellence by the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). The awards, which were presented last week, recognize exceptional…

Shocking truths about the food serving industry: “Where’s My Food?” documentary premieres in Long Beach

Shocking truths about the food serving industry: “Where’s My Food?” documentary premieres in Long Beach

by Jennifer Schlueter $500 cash in one 3-hour shift or $2.13 hourly on minimum wage plus tips – waiters’ and waitresses’ pay can range widely. In his documentary “Where’s My…

Belmont Beacon 06/23/2014

Belmont Beacon 06/23/2014

Graduation and summer break safety tips

With Long Beach high school graduation ceremonies having started, the Long Beach Police Department would like to congratulate graduates and parents, yet remind them about the dangers associated with celebrating…

Long Beach Public Library Announces 2014 Summer Reading Club: Fizz, Boom, READ!

Explore science through reading this summer, as the Long Beach Public Library announces a wide variety of free, educational, entertaining and fun programs to help the community fill their summer…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson reports significant drop in number of districts in financial jeopardy

A new report shows that the number of California school districts in financial jeopardy has been slashed by more than two-thirds over the past year, State Superintendent of Public Instruction…

Net Neutrality: How Internet service providers want to gain more control over our lives

By Jennifer Schlueter How would you feel if your favorite website loaded very slowly, or not at all, because your Internet service provider (ISP) disagrees with its content or wants…

Belmont Beacon 06/16/2014

Belmont Beacon 06/16/2014

California Fish and Game Commission votes to add gray wolf to state endangered list

California Fish and Game Commission votes to add gray wolf to state endangered list

The California Fish and Game Commission has voted to move forward with listing the gray wolf as an endangered species under California law. The vote took place at the regularly…

The Queen Mary Celebrates the 4th With An Entertainment Voyage and Fireworks

Southern California’s historic maritime landmark is befitting of an exceptional July 4th celebration; An All –American 4th of July, already a tradition for many local families, attracts visitors from near and far.…

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