Long Beach Post

Long Beach Post

@LongBeachPost

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Long Beach, California
Joined on February 10, 2009
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You've noticed the 80+ temporary parklets created across Long Beach & stretches of roads that have been closed to cars to make way for expanded social distancing/exercise. You can even propose a closure yourself thanks to @LongBeachCity's online form: https://t.co/ExTRM37IIz

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It will make you do the happy dance, the happy eating, the happy everything. @HappyIceLA is coming to LB. https://t.co/JOex9u43FG

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Local COVID news: Long Beach has 480 positive cases from the mass state backlog. Also, nursing homes can reopen to visits under some conditions and youth sports can resume. @LongBeachPost https://t.co/3TimzHJ5dw

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Dr. Jerry Schubel served as president and CEO of the @AquariumPacific for 18 years of the institution's 22-year history. https://t.co/L1tii3sdWH

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Awesome news, Long Beach: The insanely good and deserves-its-cult-like-following @HappyIcela is coming to Long Beach with its truck. Even better? We'll like see a permanent Happy Ice location here in Long Beach by 2021. Win, win, win. https://t.co/lwFKNWkVDn

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Greg O’Donnell, 58, had been on a ventilator for more than a month before he died. https://t.co/1IwOWnaLwP

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Felt some transit eyecandy was essential for Monday morning: Here, we have an @lbtransit bus climbing up the Junipero incline near Bixby Park along the bluff in 1970. Behind it one of the THUMS oil islands that tourists & newbies always imagine as resort islands. https://t.co/pIFswA1H0N

Felt some transit eyecandy was essential for Monday morning: Here, we have an @lbtransit bus climbing up the Junipero incline near Bixby Park along the bluff in 1970. Behind it one of the THUMS oil islands that tourists & newbies always imagine as resort islands. https://t.co/pIFswA1H0N

Bad traffic morning in Long Beach: There's a big rig on its side right now on the transition road from the westbound 91 to the southbound 710.

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State public health director resigns https://t.co/eYBVreRuju

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Multi-vehicle crash jams 405 traffic both directions in Long Beach https://t.co/53AY71T7O3

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It’s not quite a pandemic, but RHVD2 is deadly to rabbits, both wild and domestic https://t.co/f9QXc3JuJu

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There's always gonna be the cautious and the careless, but I also want to make clear that there are younger people who have no choice but to be exposed to #COVID19 if they're essential workers. https://t.co/snW3Muf8vk

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Long Beach City Health Officer Dr. Annisa Davis said the city has seen a virus that mostly affected nursing home residents transform into one that is rapidly spreading among younger people. The median age of new infections in Long Beach, she said, is 33. https://t.co/fu4FrE9c1u

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The man suspected of the stabbing left the scene before officers got there, police said. https://t.co/hw54TqPE2I

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Teenage boy wounded in shooting at Pike https://t.co/uUpQ3wALDy

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Long Beach will close Pine Avenue between First and Third streets next Friday in an effort to help restaurants who are struggling with a health order that bans indoor dining. https://t.co/UCZBFj3Sne

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Community banks cash in on PPP application surge, win new clients https://t.co/gjfo1Yc7lL

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Animal-care columnist Kate Karp (@LastWhomStandin) wraps up pet news this week and introduces some furry pals–– those in the market to adopt won't want to miss. https://t.co/x3SbBgudTl

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A program designed to help renters impacted by COVID-19 job loss received more applications than it has funds so now a lottery will determine who gets parts of their rent paid by the city. https://t.co/5QJ0zwrHZy

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Lawmakers have until Aug. 31 to approve and send legislation to Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. https://t.co/Wqi9IcSqtM

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