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January 7, 2002 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In Signal Hill, size counts. Being a 2.2-square-mile island surrounded by a much larger city has left the oil town without an identity. Enter the ZIP Code as civic soul. Until now, the small city with big dreams has shared three ZIP Codes with parts of Long Beach, which dwarfs it with 49 times more people and big-city problems like higher crime. That has cost the working-class community higher insurance premiums, mistaken utility charges and lost mail--even caused grocery chains to stay away.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 7, 2002 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In Signal Hill, size counts. Being a 2.2-square-mile island surrounded by a much larger city has left the oil town without an identity. Enter the ZIP Code as civic soul. Until now, the small city with big dreams has shared three ZIP Codes with parts of Long Beach, which dwarfs it with 49 times more people and big-city problems like higher crime. That has cost the working-class community higher insurance premiums, mistaken utility charges and lost mail--even caused grocery chains to stay away.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1997
Nearly 150 disabled people are on a waiting list to move into a specially designed Signal Hill apartment complex whose 24 units were taken upon opening earlier this year. The federally funded complex, owned and operated by the Crippled Children's Society of Southern California, features ramp access, wider doors for wheelchairs and lowered light switches.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1997
Nearly 150 disabled people are on a waiting list to move into a specially designed Signal Hill apartment complex whose 24 units were taken upon opening earlier this year. The federally funded complex, owned and operated by the Crippled Children's Society of Southern California, features ramp access, wider doors for wheelchairs and lowered light switches.
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June 13, 1993 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They may be just a few numbers on an envelope, but to folks in Signal Hill, they could increase community pride, clear up confusion, and possibly even bring more money to the city. The tiny enclave surrounded by Long Beach wants its own ZIP code. If the World Trade Center complex in Long Beach has two of them, the city of Signal Hill--population 8,660--should have at least one, residents figure. Now, after hearing years of grumbling by residents, the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1992
Night has fallen, and "lovers' lane" is alive. Far below, the city lights sprawl toward distant office towers, which cast a pale glow on the overcast sky. Automobiles are strung along an iron railing and scattered across a rocky dirt field, angled toward the most spectacular views. Though some cars appear unoccupied, that is an illusion; inside, there are people--and they are very occupied.
REAL ESTATE
December 14, 2003
College students interested in marketing, finance or real estate careers can participate in winter and summer internship programs offered by Dumoney.com, a California mortgage brokerage. Applications for the winter fellowship, which begins in February, are due by Jan. 10. Those for the summer internship, which begins in June, are due April 15. Fellowship winners will receive $1,500 stipends and will help develop marketing strategies, advertising layouts and website text.
NEWS
June 13, 1993 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They may be just a few numbers on an envelope, but to folks in Signal Hill, they could increase community pride, clear up confusion, and possibly even bring more money to the city. The tiny enclave surrounded by Long Beach wants its own ZIP code. If the World Trade Center complex in Long Beach has two of them, the city of Signal Hill--population 8,660--should have at least one, residents figure. Now, after hearing years of grumbling by residents, the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1992
Night has fallen, and "lovers' lane" is alive. Far below, the city lights sprawl toward distant office towers, which cast a pale glow on the overcast sky. Automobiles are strung along an iron railing and scattered across a rocky dirt field, angled toward the most spectacular views. Though some cars appear unoccupied, that is an illusion; inside, there are people--and they are very occupied.
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