Horace Mann 8th grade student Davin Jeong, 13, has been awarded a four-year scholarship to attend any high school program by the Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA). Davin is among a cohort of 30 students named as Caroline D. Bradley Scholars who were chosen from a competitive pool of gifted 7th grade applicants from across the country.
The Friends of Greystone are celebrating the 90th anniversary of the day the Doheny family moved into the historic mansion with a birthday bash, including music, wine and historical exhibits featuring family treasures and the history of the estate.
Beverly Hills students looking to make a difference in their community’s public education are encouraged to join Teen Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF), which is now accepting applications through Sept. 8.
Beverly Hills resident Yari De Leon, is looking for her cat. De Leon attended Tuesday's City Council meeting to join fellow resident, Elizabeth Beck, and former Commissioner Ilona Sherman after Beck and De Leon were contacted by Code Enforcement over their Missing Cat posts.
The world debut and preview of an international museum exhibit about the 14-year old who conceived electronic television 1922 will be Saturday, August 11, at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills. The Philo Farnsworth Exhibit thehistoryoftv.com contains never-before displayed relics of the invention of television.
A proposal for a project at 331 N. Oakhurst that had previously been before the Planning Commission six times comprising five different iterations was finally denied Thursday,
Mary Carlisle, a 1930s film starlet who shared the screen with notables including Bing Crosby, Will Rogers and Greta Garbo, died Wednesday at the Motion Picture Television Fund retirement community in Woodland Hills.
Software misconfigurations were identified as the cause of more than 118,000 people being omitted from printed voter rosters in Los Angeles County during the June 5 primary election, according to an outside review released Wednesday.
The City of Beverly Hills has announced a revised schedule for the Facilitated Dialogue Sessions on the Rent Stabilization Program in order to accommodate a large number of observant stakeholders who would have been unable to attend on Saturdays.
Three Facilitated Dialogue Sessions have been scheduled for the Rent Stabilization Ordinance at Roxbury Park. The sessions are set for Saturday, Aug. 11, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.; Wednesday, August 15, 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.; and Saturday, Aug. 25, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Unfortunately, the issues being discussed on Saturdays are critical to the welfare of many apartment residents who will be unable to attend.