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“At-Risk” Trees in Trousdale Slated for Removal

Thirteen Aleppo pine trees in Trousdale are slated for removal after City arborists finished a week-long assessment of 188 trees along Carla Ridge and adjacent streets.

Suspect Arraigned in Beverly Hills Armed Robbery

Aaron Christopher Newsom was arraigned Jan. 14 on charges stemming from the armed robbery on North Canon Drive on Jan. 11.

Another OC School Linked to Nazi Salute Scandal

Garden Grove Unified School District officials Monday condemned a video that made the rounds on social media showing members of the Pacifica High School boys' water polo team making a Nazi salute and singing a propaganda song.

Ethics Commission Fines Former L.A. Planning Director More Than $280,000

 A former Los Angeles planning director was fined more than $281,000 by the city's Ethics Commission Tuesday for doing prohibited consulting work for developers shortly after leaving his municipal job.

Dodgers Preliminary 2020 Schedule Announced

The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin the 2020 season by playing host to the San Francisco Giants March 26 at Dodger Stadium, according to the preliminary schedule announced Monday by Major League Baseball.

Ex-Tinder Marketing VP Sues Dating App, Former CEO in L.A.

A former executive at dating site Tinder is suing the West Hollywood-based company and its ex-chief executive, alleging he assaulted her and the company wrongfully fired her, according to court papers obtained Tuesday.

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L.A. Marathon Coming to Beverly Hills

Los Angeles Marathon runners will make their way through Beverly Hills on March 8 with routes passing by City Hall and along Rodeo Drive.

Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market to Showcase Summer Camps

Every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market is packed with over 60 local farmers and nonagricultural vendors showcasing the finest and freshest produce, juices, baked goods, specialty items and more.

“At-Risk” Trees in Trousdale Slated for Removal

Thirteen Aleppo pine trees in Trousdale are slated for removal after City arborists finished a week-long assessment of 188 trees along Carla Ridge and adjacent streets.

Suspect Arraigned in Beverly Hills Armed Robbery

Aaron Christopher Newsom was arraigned Jan. 14 on charges stemming from the armed robbery on North Canon Drive on Jan. 11.

Arrest Made in Synagogue Vandalism

Horace Mann Elementary School Celebrates 90th Anniversary

Horace Mann Elementary School is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a host of events scheduled throughout this school year. An alumni celebration took place last weekend, and a week-long multicultural celebration which begins Oct. 14 is another highlight of the scheduled events.

Another OC School Linked to Nazi Salute Scandal

Garden Grove Unified School District officials Monday condemned a video that made the rounds on social media showing members of the Pacifica High School boys' water polo team making a Nazi salute and singing a propaganda song.

Ethics Commission Fines Former L.A. Planning Director More Than $280,000

 A former Los Angeles planning director was fined more than $281,000 by the city's Ethics Commission Tuesday for doing prohibited consulting work for developers shortly after leaving his municipal job.

Case Dismissed Against Man Accused of Stealing Frances McDormand’s Oscar

The criminal case against a man accused of stealing actress Frances McDormand's Oscar from a table at the Governors Ball after the 2018 Academy Awards was dismissed Tuesday.
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