Memorial Day is often looked at as the unofficial start of summer as millions of people are expected to hit the road.
Port of Long Beach Executive Director Christopher Lytle has accepted the top post at the Port of Oakland, ending a four-month search, Oakland officials announced Thursday.
Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, most of the city's recreational beaches and the Colorado Lagoon scored solid A grades for water quality in the annual Heal the Bay Report Card released Thursday.
Several guest lectures about the science of the deep sea will be featured June through December at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach.
The Long Beach City Council I-710 Oversight Committee's latest meeting was a lengthy one that attempted to quickly go over the more recent updates about the 710 expansion project that is planned to run from Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach all the way to the 60 freeway in East Los Angeles.
By: Heidi Darby Tijuana Panthers might come off as laid-back surfers, but that doesn't mean they don't appreciate a good sword fight every now and then.
The College of Heath & Human Services were the first to graduate on Wednesday with student receiving their degrees in Communicative Disorders, Criminal Justice, Family and Consumer Sciences, Recreation and Leisure Studies and Social Work.
When Bob Maxson left Cal State Long Beach as its president seven years ago, the most common comment heard in the city was, "I would hate to be following Maxson." Maxson was an enormously popular president, an ebullient guy who would walk around campus slapping hands with students and seemingly knowing all their names.
Even before it began, a 200-mile fundraising walk brought in more than $30,000 for local nonprofit, Children Today, an organization that provides for families and children experiencing homelessness in Long Beach.
Long Beach's Board of Harbor Commissioners has unanimously approved a Port of Long Beach energy policy that will guide efforts for a more sustainable supply of power as demand increases.
Occupying an eggplant purple shack in a parking lot surrounded by Mexican restaurants and a vacuum cleaner repair store, Sliced & Diced is a little schizophrenic food shack that could only have happened in Long Beach.
The Space Tech Expo is at the Long Beach Convention Center through Thursday and features exhibitors and lectures for the space industry.
"I hope I can do something to stop it, to curb bullying in all its ugly forms," says Juan Felipe Herrera, the California Poet Laureate and a professor of creative writing at UC Riverside.