The trash left on beaches doesn’t just stay on the sand.
Any off-campus news. Events that happen off-campus or news that affect/interest the greater Long Beach community fall under this category.
The positive changes in the environment could only be temporary unless long-term adjustments are made.
As oceanic wildlife continues to face issues such as climate change and population decreases, Earth Day makes its way to bring awareness.
The city is planning to have its new rainbow lifeguard tower built by next month following the burning of the original landmark in March.
Following the recent transition out of the purple and red tiers, local businesses see the light at the end of the tunnel.
The council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to approve a proposal that would turn the Long Beach Convention Center into a temporary shelter for unaccompanied migrant children.
As the Long Beach City Council debates on whether the city will house a migrant detention center, demonstrators gathered to make demands of their elected officials.
Long Beach residents gather on Alamitos Beach to support LGBTQ community after Pride lifeguard tower burned Tuesday
Residents participate in a unity rally following the burning of the city’s famous ‘gay’ lifeguard tower.
The council’s unanimous vote led to the approval of the Federal Legislative Agenda that supports the “Medicare for All” resolution and other prioritized legislative proposals.
Thousands join in Echo Park Wednesday to protest city plans to displace hundreds of encampments.