Pierce Singgih, Whittier Daily News

Pierce Singgih

Whittier Daily News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Pierce:

Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach: Royal Machines rock penultimate day of city’s biggest party

The show got off to a slow start, but once the crowd and band got into their groove, they continued the energy built throughout the weekend. → Read More

Weather cool, energy heats up at Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach’s 2nd day

The Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach returned for Day 2 on Saturday, April 9, as race fans and partygoers get treated to ocean breeze. → Read More

T.E. McHale, a longtime fixture at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, honored with Allen Wolfe Spirit award

McHale, who worked for Honda from 2003 to 2019, was a longtime fixture at the Grand Prix. He died in December from colon cancer at age 68. → Read More

Coronavirus cases remain low in Long Beach; no deaths reported this week

New confirmed coronavirus cases increased by 92 this week, city health data from Thursday showed. → Read More

Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach brings party back for second time in 6 months

Friday, April 8, marked the tapping of the keg for the three-day Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, with upwards of 180,000 people expected to flood the city’s downtown. → Read More

Long Beach preschoolers zoom on tricycles at Lakewood Village Grand Prix

One day before the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, a local preschool held a tricycle race for its students. → Read More

Paramount has a new mayor and vice mayor

Vilma Cuellar Stallings, who has served on the City Council since March 2020, will serve as mayor for a one-year term. She was previously the city’s vice mayor and replaces Brenda Olmos who s… → Read More

Long Beach to study how it could build its REACH homeless services program

The city will hear a report in two months on how the program is doing and how it can be expanded. → Read More

Long Beach will explore how it can add more pickleball courts in the city

There is only one pickleball court in Long Beach, meaning residents who play the increasingly popular sport have been playing in other cities instead. → Read More

Long Beach to explore if it can create vision plan for Martin Luther King Jr. Park

The park hasn’t seen any improvements or upgrades in 15 years. → Read More

Two part-time Long Beach City College professors sue school over missing pay

An LBCC spokeswoman said the college does not comment on pending litigation. → Read More

Long Beach city auditor speaks out on investigation into her, denies whistleblower allegations

A city-commissioned investigation found she did not follow best financial practices when hiring two political consulting groups, but stopped short of saying Doud misappropriated funds. → Read More

The Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will stay at least 2028 — an investment for both the city and the race – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

As the city’s downtown area grows, the Grand Prix will play a part in marketing the area to out-of-town residents as thousands flood the area every year until 2028. → Read More

Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach brings party back this weekend – again

Long Beach’s biggest annual event will run from Friday to Sunday, April 8 to 10, a little more than six months after last year’s iteration. → Read More

Half of coronavirus cases in Long Beach are BA.2, but overall cases remain low

Since the pandemic began, Long Beach has recorded 125,617 confirmed cases, as of Thursday, March 31. → Read More

Long Beach could develop vision plan to upgrade Martin Luther King Jr. Park

MLK Jr. Park has not seen any upgrades in 15 years, the city said. → Read More

Long Beach celebrates new 35-story Shoreline Gateway building in downtown

The 417-foot building, which already has tenants living inside, includes 315 residential units, 6,500 square feet of commercial space, a five-level underground parking garage and other amenities, a… → Read More

14th Cambodia Town Parade and Culture Festival returns to Long Beach this weekend

After two years of virtual celebrations, the parade and festival will be held in-person to share Cambodian heritage and culture. → Read More

Long Beach coronavirus cases remain low overall, but downward trend stalls this week

New coronavirus cases increased by 291 this week, a miniscule increase from 245 last week. It was not clear if a subvariant of omicron was related to the small increase. → Read More

​Ahoy there! Long Beach kids will have a new place to play, complete with a ship mast and a telescope

The playground will include updated swings, slides and picnic tables, among other upgrades and improvements. → Read More