The City of Beverly Hills continued spending money on the Roxbury Park Community Center project earlier this week when a City-hired independent contractor performed land surveying at the park.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors agreed Thursday to ask Los Angeles County voters in November to approve a 30-year extension of the half-cent Measure R transportation sales tax approved just four years ago.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed off on a new state budget just before midnight Wednesday that hinges heavily on state voters approving his proposed tax hike in November.
Efforts by the heirs of Hannah Carter to preserve the pristine Kyoto-style garden that former UC Regent Edward Carter bequeathed to the the University of California Los Angeles in 1964, “to be maintained in perpetuity” as stipulated by a legal document, continued this month with a legal volley be tween the heirs and UCLA
El Rodeo Elementary School participated in the “School Cents” program, sponsored by the Westside Pavilion, and was awarded $350 for its efforts
14-year-old Beverly Hills resident Golda Berkman was one of many young talents honored Sunday at the 9th annual Omni Youth Music and Actor Awards at the Grammy Museum downtown
Full-service mortgage bank Carlyle Financial celebrated the grand opening of its new Beverly Hills headquarters last week at 9454 Wilshire Blvd
Frenchie is a French Poodle in need of a loving home. This adorable six-month-old pup is certain to make a wonderful companion.
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