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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.

BHEF Strives To Raise $100K In ‘Thanks 4 Giving’ Campaign

Just in time for Thanksgiving, when families gather around the table giving thanks for a bountiful spread and the warmth of relationships, the Beverly Hills Education Foundation is asking locals to help support public education in the City.

BHUSD Set To Announce New Leadership Teams Next Week

Following last week’s vote by the Board of Education to create a dedicated middle school in time for the 2019/20 school year, Beverly Hills Unified administrators have been hard at work to make the transition a reality.

Beverly Hills Community Unifies In Response To Shooting In Pittsburgh Synagogue

As the nation reeled from the horrific violence Saturday at the Tree of Life in Pittsburgh, Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold reached out to Tree of Life Rabbi Hazzan Myers and Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto in a gesture of condolence and support for their grief.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Game Of Thrones, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Top Emmy Awards

After a one-year absence from eligibility, HBO's Game of Thrones reclaimed the title of outstanding drama series Monday evening at the 70th Emmy Awards, while Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel scored a leading five honors, including outstanding comedy series.

Brooks Brothers Building Reportedly In Escrow For $250M

The iconic building that was the home of Brooks Brothers clothiers in Beverly Hills for 15 years, before it closed last month, is in escrow for $250 million, $50 million short of the $300 million asking price, according to a report from the Real Deal.

EATING AWAY AT CROHN’S & COLITIS

EATING AWAY AT CROHN’S & COLITIS – Former Beverly Hills Mayor Nancy Krasne was honored last week at the Guts & Glory Gala for the Chrohn’s & Colitis Foundation at The Beverly Hilton. The nonprofit, volunteer organization is dedicated to finding a cure for these diseases, which affects more than 1.6 million people in the United States. Krasne has devoted much of her life to public service. Sharing the evening’s honors was Tyler James Williams, an American actor and Hip-Hop artist, diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Pictured, from left: Beverly Hills High Sophomore Elise Knebel, Honoree Nancy Krasne, Crohn's patient/advocate Tyler Carl and Ilene Knebel.

HEALTHY AGING IN BEVERLY HILLS

HEALTHY AGING IN BEVERLY HILLS — Mayor Julian Gold, a physician with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, attended the Senior Health Fair last week at Roxbury Park Community Center. Seniors were able to network with dozens of healthcare professionals and caregivers. Pictured, from left: Carol Marks, Mayor Gold and Health and Safety Commissioner Lisa Kay Schwartz. Marks may look familiar to hundreds of residents – she taught kindergarten at Hawthorne Elementary for 30 years. She and her husband have resided in Beverly Hills for 64 years. Among her students were Schwartz’s two children and Rebecca Gold, the mayor’s daughter.

Celebrate Greystone Mansion’s 90th With ‘Twilight On The Terrace’

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.
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