Archives for November 2008 | BH Courier

Month: July 2014

BHUSD To Become Basic Aid By 2011

School Board President Myra Demeter sat in front of hundreds of parents and teachers at the high school’s Salter Family Theater last spring, listening to students attack her for defending the board’s catering finances in light of the budgets cut they were about to make. 1:42 am Read More

Normans Will Seek Championship Game

In the minutes following their exciting double-overtime playoff victory over Chaminade, members of the Beverly Hills High football team shouted, “Three more weeks!” and “That’s what I’m talkin’ ‘bout!”Youthful exuberance, to be sure, and maybe a little bit of arrogance over defeating a 2-8 team 1:35 am Read More

Bow Wow Beverly Hills

bhc112108 It was a night of a thousand paws at Two Rodeo as the shopping avenue geared up for Bow Wow Beverly Hills, a benefit for The Amanda Foundation, Nov 2:53 am Read More

CFO Says T.O.T. Up First Quarter; Down Second

     In an exclusive interview with The Courier, the City’s Chief Financial Officer Scott Miller, clarified that the City’s transient occupancy taxes (taxes generated by hotels) are in fact up through the first quarter of the fiscal year; October is still unknown.       The City projects to receive almost $29.678 million for this fiscal year […] 1:45 am Read More

Cohen, Ross Join Council Race

Fran Cohen, Abraham Ross, and incumbent Linda Briskman have joined four other residents, William Brien, M.D., Mayor Barry Brucker, Michael Hakim and Virginia Maas to run for one of the three open seats on the Beverly Hills City Council 3:12 am Read More