TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (May 31).
Beverly Hills Pack 100 laid flags at the National Cemetery on Saturday for Memorial Day
After the way she started the race, just about everyone was worried about Sydney Segal’s chances in the 1,600-meter race.
What’s the key to fighting Beverly Hills’ annual tradition of raising water rates? Apparently, it’s to use more water. A lot more water.
The Board of Education opted to table a potentially property-tax raising vote to accelerate the payback rate of 2008’s $334 million Measure E bond at this week’s board meeting in an effort to better engage the community in what is shaping up to be a battle of broken promises and good fiscal policy
The Beverly Hills City Council attempted to answer the call last Thursday of a group of residents concerned about the process that led to an agreement to install 76 new AT&T cellular poles in Beverly Hills.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles this week announced the 2013 crop of Brawerman Fellows – four young local leaders who will benefit from the generosity of Beverly Hills resident Geri Brawerman’s gift toward deepening the next generation’s connection to Jewish life