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Brown subpoenas City of Bell for records on excessive public official salaries

August 3, 2010

Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. subpoenaed hundreds of employment, salary, and contract records from the City of Bell and its top officials as part of an investigation to determine whether civil or criminal action should...

Reyes-Uranga speaks to Wrigley group as councilwoman for last time

July 16, 2010

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Tonia Reyes-Uranga spoke one last time as 7th District City Councilwoman at the Wrigley Association monthly meeting at Veterans Park last Monday. Before Reyes-Uranga spoke, Annie Greenfeld,...

DeLong temporarily removes agenda item that would reduce number of monthly Long Beach Council meetings

July 16, 2010

By Steven Piper Editorial Intern An agenda item that would have proposed reducing Long Beach's City Council meetings from three times to two times a month was removed by 3rd District Councilmember Gary DeLong before last Tues...

Despite their wide margin of votes, Davis sues 37th Congressional District incumbent for election fraud

July 2, 2010

By Steven Piper Editorial Intern In a fraud case filed on June 15, Lee Davis, a Democratic candidate for the 37th Congressional District during the June 8 primary election, is suing the winner of that race— incumbent Laura ...

Johnson unseats Reyes-Uranga for 7th District Council

June 11, 2010

By Steven Piper Editorial Intern Taking 52.9 percent of the votes, James Johnson won the race for Long Beach's 7th District, unseating Councilwoman Tonia Reyes-Uranga, who was running for her third term as a write-in candidate. The victory marked the e...

Richardson wins District 37 primary election by landslide

June 11, 2010

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Incumbent United States Congresswoman Laura Richardson won a landslide victory in the June 8 Primary Election. Richardson, who represents the residents of California's 37th Congressional Di...

Immigration among topics discussed at Compton church’s Democrat forums for 37th Congressional District

May 28, 2010

Steven Piper Editorial Intern With the June 8 primary elections for the Democratic candidates of the 37th Congressional District fast approaching, the second of two forums took place last Saturday at Sacred Heart Church (SHC) in Compton. Republican candidate Star Parker is running unopposed and was no...

The Campaign Trail

May 14, 2010

Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster has announced his endorsement of James Johnson for Long Beach City Council, 7th District. “James Johnson has the experience and leadership we need on the Long Beach City Council," Foster said. “I...

Reyes-Uranga seeking third term as 7th District City Councilwoman

May 14, 2010

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer The June 8 election is only three-and-one-half weeks away, and incumbent 7th District City Councilwoman Tonia Reyes-Uranga hopes the voters will elect her to a third term in office. “I am ...

James Johnson hopes to unseat Reyes-Uranga in race for 7th Council District

May 14, 2010

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Assistant Long Beach City Auditor James Johnson is hoping the voters will elect him to the 7th District Long Beach City Council Office in the June 8 election. “I am running for office becau...

The Campaign Trail

May 7, 2010

Former 7th District Council candidate Jill Hill has announced her endorsement of James Johnson for that seat. “As a longtime Wrigley resident, I have worked tirelessly for many years to improve our community and move Long Beach...

Signal Hill City Council: Just vote no on Proposition 16

May 7, 2010

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer In a unanimous vote during its May 4 meeting, the Signal Hill City Council adopted a resolution expressing its opposition to Proposition 16, which will appear on the ballot in the statewide...

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