The Signal Tribune newspaper

LBPD advises parking safety during youth sporting events

April 19, 2007

Filed under News

The Long Beach Police Department would like to inform residents that criminals might target vehicles at parks during youth sporting events. Criminals know vehicles will be left unattended for long periods of time while parents are ...

Poll workers needed for LB’s special municipal election May 1

April 19, 2007

Filed under News

The City Clerk Department is seeking individuals to work in the polls Election Day, Tuesday, May 1. If you would like to assist the city of Long Beach, contact the department at (562) 570-6101. “We are especially seeking bilingual...

MLK pool needs lifeguards, swim instructors

April 19, 2007

Filed under Business, News

Looking for a fun summer job? Want to spend time working with kids? The Aquatics Section of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine is currently hiring lifeguards and swim instructors for Silverado Pool and Martin Luther King...

SH hears suggestions for improving air quality

April 11, 2007

Filed under News

By Joseph Serna, Staff Writer As the nation's attention to global warming grows, the South Coast Air Quality Management District is making its case to Southern California cities to contribute to the solution-Signal Hill is n...

Sen. Lowenthal introduces Port investment bill to reduce pollution

April 11, 2007

Filed under News

Sen. Alan Lowenthal (D-27th District) introduced Senate Bill 974, the 2007 Port Investment Bill to reduce pollution at certain California ports. The bill, similar to last session's SB 927, would provide a funding source to reduce...

Traffic safety issues impede Farmer’s Market potential move to Bixby Knolls area

April 11, 2007

Filed under News

Joseph Serna, Staff Writer While barriers during street events are primarily used to delay car traffic, in Dale Whitney's case it's delaying his Farmer's Market relocation. Read More »...

BKBIA executive director’s first year brings changes

April 11, 2007

Filed under Business, News

Joseph Serna, Staff Writer It's not easy finishing up classes for a college degree while jumping into a new job at the same time, but Susan Cooper managed last year. Cooper, who this month will mark her first full year as the...

Bilingual sample booklets, ballots to be used for May 1 special election

April 11, 2007

Filed under News

All registered voters in Long Beach should have received their sample ballots by now in the mail. Voters will notice that this year's sample ballot booklet, like the sample ballot booklet sent out for the June 2006 elections,...

6th District candidate’s forum focuses on youth, housing, violence

March 29, 2007

Filed under News

By Joseph Serna, Staff Writer Candidates for Long Beach's 6th District had another opportunity to win the public's vote for Tuesday, May 1, last week, when all six candidates appeared at the League of Women Voters candidates'...

New Mayor in Signal Hill

March 29, 2007

Filed under News

By Joseph Serna, Staff Writer Larry Forester's office wall is probably hurting for space. At Tuesday's Signal Hill City Council meeting, Forester, the outgoing mayor, was honored with more certificates than one person can ho...

Benefit fund set up for Kenyon Press shooting victim

March 29, 2007

Filed under News

By Joseph Serna, Staff Writer Kenyon Press in Signal Hill has established a fund for Luis Alvarez, one of the victims from the March 5 shooting when a fellow employee entered the business and opened fire on his coworkers. Alvarez,...

Long’s lawsuit contests second-run absentee ballots

March 29, 2007

Filed under News

Joseph Serna, Staff Writer When the votes were counted and Larry Forester came out on top by a single vote, Nancy Long said it wasn't over. She has stuck to her word. Over the last few weeks Nancy Long and Carol Churchill,...

Serving Bixby Knolls, California Heights, Los Cerritos, Wrigley and Signal Hill
News