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February 24, 2021
California students in richer areas far more likely to be back in classrooms, data shows

School districts in California’s richest neighborhoods are far more likely to offer in-person instruction than those serving its poorest, though the state as a whole remains behind the rest of the country in bringing students back inside physical classrooms, according to a CalMatters analysis of state data.

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February 24, 2021
North Health Facility expected to reopen in North Long Beach this summer

The North Health Facility located at Houghton Park will offer youth violence prevention and development programs alongside medical services to residents in North Long Beach, according to Ana Lopez, community impact division officer for the Long Beach Health and Human Services Department.

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February 24, 2021
Belmont Shore Business Association announces new executive director

The Belmont Shore Business Association announced that 36-year-old Jessie Artigue would succeed long time executive director Dede Rossi as its leader.

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February 23, 2021
Youth sports can soon resume in Long Beach, LA County as case rates fall

The rate of new COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County fell far enough today to allow for a resumption of youth competition in sports such as football, soccer and water polo, but with many schools still closed due to the pandemic, it was unclear when student-athletes will return to action.   

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