The search is on for an Interim Police Chief for the Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD), with the announcement that Sandra Spagnoli will retire from the position effective May 15, 2020.
Perhaps now more than ever before, exercising is a critical component in practicing self-care.
The Beverly Hills City Council voted 4-1 to allow elective surgeries to resume on April 28, following last week’s move by Gov. Gavin Newsom allowing hospitals and health care systems to resume delayed medical care for Californians.
As leaders across the globe struggle to help economies rebound from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Beverly Hills is taking steps to help businesses thrive.
In the current world of COVID-quarantine uncertainty, Beverly Hills resident and WME (William Morris Endeavor) partner Richard Weitz fuses the new reality of virtual Zoom (a video conferencing app),
During this challenging time, the real estate market appears to be staying the course in Beverly Hills, but new guidelines and best practices mandated by the Greater Los Angeles Realtors Association and the California Association of Realtors (CAR) are making the process more complex.
Seven weeks after physically shutting down, the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) has wrapped up its fourth week of Home Learning 2.0
In this multi-part series, “COVID-19 and Our Community,” the Courier is profiling healthcare professionals at the frontlines of the current crisis.
Since March 19, Californians have been tasked with remaining at home in order to help curb the spread of COVID-19, which has thus far infected more than 3.3 million people globally, including 23,000 in Los Angeles.
Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli will retire from the department effective May 15, 2020.The announcement came today in a statement by City Manager George Chavez.