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The Health Scene: Nourishing Meal Delivery Services

After a holiday weekend of BBQ’s and over indulging — or maybe this has been the case since the March stay at home order — you might want to research a few healthy meal plan options.

Beverly Hills Looks To Maximize Operations Efficiency

Just one week after the City Council adopted a $418.8M Operating Budget for the current fiscal year, on July 7 the Audit and Finance Committee liaisons met to consider the proposed audit work plan for the coming year.

Beverly Hills Restaurants Adapt to Latest Health Orders

On July 1, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the immediate temporary closure of indoor in-person dining at restaurants in 19 counties, including Los Angeles County.

Hearing Held for Alleged Nessah Synagogue Vandal

The alleged vandal of Nessah Synagogue in Beverly Hills came one day closer to his day in court following a July 9 preliminary hearing at the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Indoor Dining Ceases in Beverly Hills, Again

Los Angeles County beaches aren’t the only joyful spots closed heading into the 4th of July weekend. On July 1, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the immediate closure of indoor operations at restaurants as well as other places, including indoor museums, card rooms, and indoor operations at zoos and aquariums in 19 counties, including Los Angeles.

Actions by City Against Protestors Under Scrutiny

Following the arrest of more than two dozen protesters last weekend, the National Lawyers Guild says there may be grounds for a civil rights lawsuit against the City of Beverly Hills for detaining them for as long as 24 hours.

Beverly Hills Retail Evolves Alongside COVID-19 Pandemic

Following last week’s mandate by Gov. Gavin Newsom to close bars and prohibit indoor dining, retailers are anxious that they could also be part of the next round of rollbacks should the spread of the virus worsen.

Court Rules in City’s Favor in Goldberg Case

A federal court has ruled in favor of the City of Beverly Hills in a case filed by the former President of the Beverly Hills Unified School District, Brian Goldberg.

Virtual Programming Draws Audiences to The Wallis During COVID-19

As those in the theatre world know all too well, the show must go on. But in today’s world, where a global pandemic has forced the shut-down of gatherings, the show is continuing on virtually.

The Health Scene: Nourishing Meal Delivery Services

After a holiday weekend of BBQ’s and over indulging — or maybe this has been the case since the March stay at home order — you might want to research a few healthy meal plan options.

Beverly Hills Looks To Maximize Operations Efficiency

Just one week after the City Council adopted a $418.8M Operating Budget for the current fiscal year, on July 7 the Audit and Finance Committee liaisons met to consider the proposed audit work plan for the coming year.

Residents Oppose Proposed Senior Housing Facility Near Roxbury Park

Just a stone’s throw from Roxbury Park, a proposed Eldercare Facility at 1122-1136 S. Roxbury Dr. is once again drawing concern from some neighbors, but not all

City Launches “Just in Case, BH”

While the City of Beverly Hills continues to evolve its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new program is designed to help residents during natural disasters and other local emergencies.

Beverly Hills Restaurants Adapt to Latest Health Orders

On July 1, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the immediate temporary closure of indoor in-person dining at restaurants in 19 counties, including Los Angeles County.

Hearing Held for Alleged Nessah Synagogue Vandal

The alleged vandal of Nessah Synagogue in Beverly Hills came one day closer to his day in court following a July 9 preliminary hearing at the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Beverly Hills Parents Protest School Options for Fall

The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) is facing resistance from parents about available options for students as the 2020-2021 school year approaches.
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