Long Beach City council members are bracing for revenue shortfalls after reviewing the city’s 2020 fiscal year budget update Tuesday night.
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In this episode of Beach Weekly, Long Beach State students share their experiences in midst of the coronavirus pandemic. As social distancing practices continue, students discuss how their education, personal relationships and jobs have been affected.
After reading stories of other 3D-printing labs converting into personal protective equipment production companies the team at The Maker Society, a student-run organization, began printing its own face-shields.
In this episode of Beach Weekly, host Aubrey Balster gives an update of Long Beach-related coronavirus news, including the closing of city beaches and parks, 49er Shops layoffs and dorm closures.
Despite the quarantine, for many supermarket clerks its business as usual, except with a lot more responsibility
The moratorium applies to any non-payment evictions March 4 to May 31. Residents have until Nov. 30 to pay back rent owed.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, California State University system Chancellor Timothy P. White has announced a delay in his retirement.
The emergency ordinance will establish a moratorium on all evictions for 30 days or as long as Long Beach, Los Angeles County or the State of California have active emergency proclamations related to COVID-19. The ordinance will also include a prohibition on late fees during this period.
In this episode of Beach Weekly Arts, hosts Julia and Celeste sit down with local musician HeyDeon for a recurring segment known as Band Banter. Deon Williams Jr, is a Long Beach native, who started exploring music during his time at Polytechnic High School.
Aligning with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recommendations, all Long Beach events with more than 250 attendees or where attendees cannot maintain a six-foot distance from each other have been canceled.