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School Board Approves Laying Off 26 Employees

On Tuesday, during the very same meeting where the Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education discussed its 2017/18 audit report by Moss, Levy & Hartzheim LLP, which showed a general fund balance of $18.2 million at the end of the previous school year, the board unanimously voted to approve laying off 26 full time employees.

Beverly Hills Bridge Club Names John Ramos New Manager

The club currently offers competitive games seven days a week in the afternoon and evening, serving more than 500 people in an average week. Games range from novice level to competitive open games for more experienced players.

Water Main Break Affecting A Portion of Sunset Blvd. Between Alpine and Rexford

Residents Urged to Conserve Water Until Further Notice. East bound Sunset Bl is closed between Rexford Dr and Alpine Dr due to a water main break. Roadway safety being checked. Updates to follow

Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Ordinance To Be Finalized Tuesday

The Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Ordinance is set to be decided by the City Council at their final 2018 meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. Renters are encouraged to attend the meeting to participate in the public comments.

Beverly Hills Unified Looks To Indiana Congressman Rokita To Fight Metro Tunnel

Beverly Hills Unified School District is getting help from a rather unlikely source–Indiana.

Michael Libow’s “Witch’s House” To Celebrate 20 Years Of Treats This Halloween

Around 4,000 trick-or-treaters are set to descend upon Beverly Hills’ iconic “Witch’s House” this year at what is undeniably the most naturally spooky home in the City.

Beverly Hills School District Unveils New Leadership Teams

Beverly Hills Unified is set to look a bit different come fall 2019 with the historic K-8 four-school model reconfigured to one middle school and two elementary schools.

Beverly Hilton Owner Announces Agreement To Purchase ‘One Beverly Hills’ Site, 9900 Wilshire

Alagem Capital Group and Cain International have announced an agreement to acquire the property formerly known as One Beverly Hills, at 9900 Wilshire Boulevard, directly west of the Hilton – Waldorf Astoria properties.

World-Renowned Beverly Hills’ Furrier Edwards-Lowell To Close After 78 Years

The famed family-run business will host a series of events to mark the end of its 78-year run. Available for sale will be Edwards-Lowell’s inventory of more than $1 million worth of celebrity vintage and designer furs, furs used in major TV series and movies, for 50 percent off.

Beverly Hills Unified Looks To Indiana Congressman Rokita To Fight Metro Tunnel

Beverly Hills Unified School District is getting help from a rather unlikely source–Indiana.

Michael Libow’s “Witch’s House” To Celebrate 20 Years Of Treats This Halloween

Around 4,000 trick-or-treaters are set to descend upon Beverly Hills’ iconic “Witch’s House” this year at what is undeniably the most naturally spooky home in the City.

BHHPA President Richards Seeks City Council Call-Up On Calle Vista Project

In a letter to Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold and the City Council, Beverly Hills Hillside Protection Association (BHHPA) President Ronald Richards provided 345 pages of evidence to support Vice Mayor John Mirisch’s call-up of the project at 1115 Calle Vista Dr.

New Teacher Contracts Will Include 15.2 Percent Salary Increases And Eliminate Salary Formula

Later today, the Beverly Hills Education Association (BHEA) is set to vote to ratify a tentative contract agreement with the Beverly Hills Unified School District giving the association a compounding increase of 15.2 percent to the base salary schedule in exchange for eliminating the salary formula.

Teen BHEF To Hold School Board Candidate Forum On Wednesday

Mark your calendars for next Wednesday at 5 p.m. for the first Board of Education candidate forum, which will be held at Beverly Hills High School. There are three candidates vying for two empty seats in the upcoming Nov. 6 election: Marvin Winans Jr., Rachelle Marcus and Tristen Walker-Shuman.

Film Reviews— ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls,’ ‘The Predator’

The stars of "The House with a Clock in Its Walls" are the sets and visual effects. "The Predator" is a solid, bloody fun, sci-fi action feature.

California Fire Marshal Awards BHFD’s Greg Barton With ‘Fire Chief Certification’

Beverly Hills Fire Chief Greg Barton was awarded "Fire Chief Certification" Tuesday evening by California State Fire Marshal Dennis Mathisen at the City Council meeting, an honor that has been awarded to only a few fire chiefs throughout the state since 1998.
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