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Beverly Hills News – Benedict Canyon Association Meeting Talks ‘Party Houses’

About 100 residents of Benedict Canyon came to The Beverly Hills Hotel Monday for the installation of officers for 2015 and to share their feelings about events in the canyon ranging from “party houses” to helicopters, speaking directly with L.A. 5th District City Councilman Paul Koretz.

Beverly Hills News – Board Of Education To Look At School-Building Projects

On Tuesday, the Board of Education edged closer to making a public decision on just how it plans to complete its massive school renovation project. The school district currently only has sufficient cash from Measure E funds to complete construction of the new Horace Mann school building.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Elder: Paula Garland, Former Rodeo Drive Fashionista

At 80 years old, the beguilingly youthful Paula Garland barely meets the age requirement to be considered a Beverly Hills elder. But don’t be fooled, the onetime owner of Mr. G’s on Rodeo Drive has seen the City grow and change through the decades.

Leading Ladies

Maria Menounos, Jennifer Aniston and Sofia Vergara glamorized the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium.

Beverly Hills News – Carter Paysinger Retires, Declares Candidacy For Beverly Hills School Board

Just hours after the Beverly Hills Unified School District posted a Request For Proposal for a  search firm to find a new principal for Beverly Hills High on Tuesday, BHHS Principal Carter Paysinger came to the formal Board meeting that evening and announced that he was resigning June 30 (the date his current two-year contract ends) and he would formally announce his candidacy for the Board of Education.

Beverly Hills News – Carroll & Co. – Dressing Up Beverly Hills Since 1949

Carroll & Co. has been the gentleman’s clothier of choice in Beverly Hills since Richard Carroll first opened the doors 65 years ago.

Beverly Hills News – Benedict Canyon Association Meeting Talks ‘Party Houses’

About 100 residents of Benedict Canyon came to The Beverly Hills Hotel Monday for the installation of officers for 2015 and to share their feelings about events in the canyon ranging from “party houses” to helicopters, speaking directly with L.A. 5th District City Councilman Paul Koretz.

Beverly Hills News – Board Of Education To Look At School-Building Projects

On Tuesday, the Board of Education edged closer to making a public decision on just how it plans to complete its massive school renovation project. The school district currently only has sufficient cash from Measure E funds to complete construction of the new Horace Mann school building.

Beverly Hills News – Kolin Fails To Keep Beverly Hills City Council Informed On EBI Issues

Soon-to-retire City Manager Jeff Kolin, who will officially say farewell Feb. 1, allowed Beverly Hills Police Chief Dave Snowden to enter into three additional employment contracts while simultaneously working fulltime at his main City job.

Beverly Hills News – Officer’s Termination Overturned In Arbitration With Beverly Hills Police

In a dispute over the 2012 termination of BHPD Sgt. Richard Ceja, under a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Beverly Hills and the Beverly Hills Police Officers Association (POA).

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Elder: Paula Garland, Former Rodeo Drive Fashionista

At 80 years old, the beguilingly youthful Paula Garland barely meets the age requirement to be considered a Beverly Hills elder. But don’t be fooled, the onetime owner of Mr. G’s on Rodeo Drive has seen the City grow and change through the decades.

Beverly Hills News – Not Yet Home Today: Anderson Prepares For Life After Prison

Gene Therapy pioneer W. French Anderson will one day be free from the bonds of incarceration. Yes, he is elderly, and perhaps the Harvard-educated 78-year-old man with an IQ of 178 will die in prison because the justice system failed him, but the fact remains that for the past decade the Chinese government has pioneered ahead of the U.S. in creating an anti-irradiation drug using the biomedical data that Anderson developed as head of the Gene Therapy Laboratories at the University of Southern California.

Reflections – The Beverly Hills PTA Reflections Program showcases and celebrates student talent and increases community awareness of the importance of the arts in education.

The Beverly  Hills PTA Reflections Program showcases and celebrates student talent and increases community awareness of the importance of the arts in education.
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