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Five things to do this Easter weekend in Long Beach
Next to Normal: California Repertory Company presents a rock musical about secrets and lies that torment a family.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Daily Breeze
10 Long Beach Insane Crip gang members arrested, $50,000 in stolen alcohol seized
SEAL BEACH >> Seal Beach Police and 14 other law enforcement agencies seized more than $50,000 in stolen alcohol early Wednesday as part of an operation that put 10 members of the Long Beach Insane Crip gang behind bars, officials said.
The Fresno Bee
Police: Nearly 100 burglaries tied to theft ring
A statement from the Signal Hill Police Department said police were taking members of the suspected "liquor theft crew" into custody Wednesday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Trial postponed for Long Beach deli owner Steven DeSisto who is accused of sexual assault
LONG BEACH >> A local deli co-owner was scheduled to stand trial today on charges that the sexually assaulted a woman he met at a Long Beach bar last year, but the case was postponed to May. Steven Michael DeSisto, 52, co-owner of Rocco's Deli shops in Signal Hill and downtown Long Beach, continues to be held on $2 million bail.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Finding a mess of relics in the midst of our relocation
We're moving again, which means we have to clean out our desk - again. We hate cleaning out our desk because it involves cleaning.
The Auto Channel
Celebration Concludes Third Year Of Toyota's 100 Cars For Good
March 27, 2014: Nine nonprofits ready to serve their communities will gather today to celebrate the 2013 100 Cars for Good philanthropy program.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Whittier Daily News
Smaller agencies worry about increased consumer water costs if Central Basin loses insurance
COMMERCE >> Directors representing a patchwork of small municipal districts that buy water from the Central Basin Municipal Water District fear that the dysfunction which permeates the board will translate into higher water rates for homeowners from Monterey Park to Signal Hill.
LAFD Union Leader Upset Recruit Class Suspended
March 25--The president of the union representing Los Angeles firefighters on Monday told the mayor that suspending a controversial hiring program is "patently unfair" to candidates on track to be included in future classes.
LA Times' quirky quake story generator strikes again
There was a tiny earthquake under Long Beach Monday afternoon. "A micro-quake," is how the Southern California Seismic Network dismissed the 2.7-magnitude jiggler.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Frank Girardot: Only solution to Central Basin corruption is total recall
The district, which supplies water to customers in a wide swath of southeast Los Angeles County from Monterey Park to Signal Hill, can charitably be described as dysfunctional.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
In a mass mailing delivered to the Long Beach electorate two weeks ago the president of the Long Beach Police Officers Association writes, "We need an experienced, dedicated crime fighter like City Attorney Charlie Parkin helping us keep you safe.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Signal Hill council selects Ed Wilson as new mayor
Each year the council reorganizes, selecting a mayor and vice mayor for one-year terms.