Long Beach Fire Department responded Tuesday morning to the Alamitos Beach tower engulfed in flames.
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Dozens gather in Garden Grove to honor lives lost in Atlanta, hold safe space for Asian American Pacific Islander communities
Local activists and community members gather for a vigil in honor of the lives lost in the Atlanta shooting and to speak on anti-Asian hate.
Community members come together in Cambodia Town to condemn hate against Asian Americans, create unity
Long Beach residents gather to remember those who were killed Tuesday and emphasize building stronger communities and unity.
Long Beach City Council unanimously votes to condemn xenophobic acts, hatred toward Asian American and Pacific Islander communities
The 9-0 vote led to approve the resolution in order to stop hateful gestures and to ensure the AAPI feel safe during this challenging time.
About two dozen activists gather Sunday afternoon outside a Ralphs location in Long Beach to protest the store’s parent company in its decision to close two grocery stores in the city.
Long Beach to move into red tier Monday, allowing for indoor dining, gyms, movie theaters under limited capacity
The city will progress into the substantial risk category on March 15 under the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
As the pandemic continues to financially affect many businesses, the Long Beach City Council voted 9-0 to loan $5 million to the Aquarium of the Pacific.
The current proposal is aimed at helping rebuild the community from the impacts of COVID-19.
About a dozen participants drive along Ocean Boulevard in support of the campaign’s pledge for civic discourse.
The Long Beach City Council voted 9-0 on the El Mercado de Long Beach proposal in order to help the local economy in underrepresented areas.