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Election Night Parties on March 3

Bosse Engages Millennial Voters

On Feb. 24, Beverly Hills City Council incumbent, Lili Bosse, held a campaign event at the restaurant Il Cielo targeting a very specific and sometimes forgotten demographic: millennials

Beverly Hills Public Library Eliminates Fines for Youth

Youngsters will no longer have to pay the price for overdue books at the Beverly Hills Public Library thanks to a recent decision to eliminate fines on materials checked out by youth under 18 years old.

Beverly Hills Takes Steps to Educate Community on Brink of Coronavirus Pandemic

With pundits predicting continued exponential growth across the globe of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), which was first identified in Wuhan, China, the City of Beverly Hills is taking active steps to educate residents about the disease and what they can best do to prepare.

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TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Feb. 28). The spontaneous good fortune you experience in the next four weeks will let you know that you are on the right path. Stay open to solutions. Preconceived notions will be the enemy through March and April. What ultimately happens will defy expectations and delight you. Libra and Cancer adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 8, 20, 22, 21 and 46.

Beverly Vista Middle School Seeks Alternatives for Staff Parking

Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) has reached many milestones in its first year, including launching a successful athletic program, a science fair, and various art programs.

Election Night Parties on March 3

Bosse Engages Millennial Voters

On Feb. 24, Beverly Hills City Council incumbent, Lili Bosse, held a campaign event at the restaurant Il Cielo targeting a very specific and sometimes forgotten demographic: millennials

Voting Centers in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills City Hall, 455 N Rexford Dr., Municipal Gallery on 2nd Floor Hours: 8 a.m. to  5 p.m. through March 2; 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on March 3

New Arts and Culture Commissioner Liliana Filipovic

Liliana Filipovic, Beverly Hills resident and professional violinist who has performed with legends such as Luciano Pavarotti and Whitney Houston, is a newly appointed Commissioner for the City of Beverly Hills Arts and Culture Commission.

Beverly Hills Public Library Eliminates Fines for Youth

Youngsters will no longer have to pay the price for overdue books at the Beverly Hills Public Library thanks to a recent decision to eliminate fines on materials checked out by youth under 18 years old.

March 3 City Council Election Countdown Continues

To round out this final week before the 2020 Presidential Primary Election concludes on Tuesday, March 3, the six official Beverly Hills City Council candidates shared their platforms at the Senior Adult Forum debate, which was held at the Roxbury Park Community Center on Feb. 24.

Los Angeles Honors Kobe and Gianna Bryant at Staples Center

Los Angeles is no stranger to earthquakes. But on Jan. 26, the ground shook in way that couldn’t be measured on the Richter scale—a helicopter crashed in Calabasas, claiming the lives of Kobe Bryant, 41;
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