City Manager Rod Wood told The Courier yesterday that he has asked all city departments, including police, fire and paramedic departments, for contingency plans to reduce expenditures by 10 percent.
From the beginning they knew it was with (former Mayor) Bob Tanenbaum, a strong opponent to the Measure H campaign.
Facing financially challenging times, more and more business owners and professionals are searching for innovative ways to stay afloat
Thirty-five years ago a Venice sidewalk artist named Gil Borgos went to the City of Beverly Hills and said, “Why don’t you put on an art show across from City Hall?” So he and a few Recreation & Parks Department staff members went looking in Los Angeles to round-up artists to put on, “Affaire in the Gardens” at the Beverly Gardens Park.
In some ways, the Beverly Hills football team’s Ocean League opener against Haw-thorne wasn’t fair
The English brothers who control the 9900 Wilshire Boulevard project, Christian and Nick Candy, are working hard to maintain their project despite the world finance crisis, but first must clarify who their partner is.
The City of Beverly Hills could lose as much as $79 million or more in 2009 because of the world financial collapse and the outcome of the Nov
The Beverly Gardens Park will transform into one of the most highly attended public art shows at the Affaire In the Gardens Art Show on Oct
All seems well with the Beverly Hills football team
Beverly Hills residents can satisfy their gift-giving needs with a one-stop shopping experience at Sotheby’s Gallery at 9665 Wilshire Blvd