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Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills High School Bell Schedule Could Soon Change

The Board of Education is preparing to put its final stamp on the Beverly Hills High School bell schedule at the upcoming board meeting on Monday, Board President Noah Margo told The Courier.

Beverly Hills News – Bilak Highlights Lack Of Bike Riding Areas For Kids

Recreation and Parks Commissioner Frances Bilak has put bicycles on the agenda for the City of Beverly Hills in an effort to bring attention to the deficit of suitable locations where kids can ride their bikes after school.

Beverly Hills News – Roxbury Park Community Center Re-Opens June 8

The City of Beverly Hills will host the Roxbury Park Community Center Grand Reopening Sunday, June 8 from 1-3p.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, family activities, building tours and refreshments to celebrate the Grand Opening of the new recreation center

Judge Candidate Andrew Cooper Makes Beverly Hills Campaign Stop

SiliconBeachClearly: Father’s Day Guide L.A.

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 15

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills City, Schools Appeal Metro CEQA Ruling

The Beverly Hills Unified School District and the City of Beverly Hills yesterday filed appeals of a trial court decision that allows the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to move forward with plans to force subway tunnels beneath Beverly Hills High School

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills High School Bell Schedule Could Soon Change

The Board of Education is preparing to put its final stamp on the Beverly Hills High School bell schedule at the upcoming board meeting on Monday, Board President Noah Margo told The Courier.

Beverly Hills News – Bilak Highlights Lack Of Bike Riding Areas For Kids

Recreation and Parks Commissioner Frances Bilak has put bicycles on the agenda for the City of Beverly Hills in an effort to bring attention to the deficit of suitable locations where kids can ride their bikes after school.

Beverly Hills News – Hawthorne, About To Turn 100, Says Farewell To Five Teachers

On the verge of its Centennial year of educating Beverly Hills students, Hawthorne is bidding farewell to the final crop of teachers who have helped make the school a success in the latter part of its first century in existence.

Beverly Hills News – Metro Construction Noise Set For Nights: 8 PM to 6 AM

Ever tried to sleep through jackhammer construction work or saw-cutting? If you live near La Cienega and Wilshire Blvd., you may soon get to try it out as the subway makes its way to Beverly Hills.

Beverly Hills News – Roxbury Park Community Center Re-Opens June 8

The City of Beverly Hills will host the Roxbury Park Community Center Grand Reopening Sunday, June 8 from 1-3p.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, family activities, building tours and refreshments to celebrate the Grand Opening of the new recreation center

Beverly Hills News – Herb Hall Retires After 28 Years At Beverly Hills High

After 28 years of bringing music to Beverly Hills High and helping create generations of performers, Performing Arts Department Chair and 2014 Apple Award recipient Herb Hall is retiring.

Making New Friends In China

Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse checks in with The Courier, sharing photos from China. This Panda took a break from eating bamboo to cuddle with the Mayor.
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