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Beverly Hills POA Serving Free Pancakes At Police Service Day On Sunday, May 5

Police Service Day is one of Beverly Hills’ favorite mornings, when the Police Officers Association host a free pancake breakfast cooked by real police officers and feature fabulous exhibits of all the police functions, from SWAT to K9s.

BritWeek Brings Music, Cars To Beverly Hills Next Week

Next week, in paying tribute to a longstanding relationship between the United States and United Kingdom, BritWeek will present a series of high-profile events locally that celebrate British culture. Several of the featured events will be hosted in Beverly Hills, including next Wednesday’s Cavern Club Beatles event at The Wallis.

BHUSD Reconfiguration Process Challenges School District’s Ability To Effectively Communicate

At the start of the Oct. 26, 2018 Board of Education meeting, where Beverly Hills Unified Superintendent Michael Bregy shared his second proposal to move forward with reconfiguration, several parents opened up to the board about their concerns.

Garcetti Proposes Record Budget Amid Booming Economy

Big increases in infrastructure investment, police technology, police overtime, illegal cannabis enforcement and support for the homeless were called for Thursday by Mayor Eric Garcetti in his proposed 2019- 20 budget, with projections that continue years of revenue increases.

Amid FBI Probe of City Hall, Council Committee Looks at Developer Donation Ban

Amid a federal corruption and bribery investigation that appears related to real estate developments, a Los Angeles City Council committee will consider a proposal Wednesday to ban developers from contributing to local elections if they have pending projects in need of city approval.

Pittsburgh Rabbi to be Honored by Simon Wiesenthal Center

The rabbi at the Pittsburgh synagogue which was the site of the deadliest attack against the Jewish community on U.S. soil will be among the recipients of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Medal of Valor at its annual National Tribute Dinner Wednesday evening at The Beverly Hilton.

Tiger Wins 15th Major Title With Spectacular Masters Victory

Tiger Woods completed an epic comeback from career-threatening injury and scandal by winning the 83rd Masters on Sunday, capturing his 15th major title to end an 11-year major drought.

Former Beverly Hills Recreation Supervisor Alleges Age Discrimination

A 66-year-old former Beverly Hills senior recreation supervisor who once assisted with management of the Greystone Mansion & Gardens is suing the city, alleging she was denied promotions because of her age and forced to quit because of ongoing hostility from a supervisor.

L.A. City Council Considers Crack Down on Flavored Tobacco Sales to Youth

The city of Los Angeles should try to curb the sale of flavored tobacco products to youth and young adults and study how other cities are tackling the issue, according to a motion coming before the City Council Wednesday.

Amid FBI Probe of City Hall, Council Committee Looks at Developer Donation Ban

Amid a federal corruption and bribery investigation that appears related to real estate developments, a Los Angeles City Council committee will consider a proposal Wednesday to ban developers from contributing to local elections if they have pending projects in need of city approval.

Pittsburgh Rabbi to be Honored by Simon Wiesenthal Center

The rabbi at the Pittsburgh synagogue which was the site of the deadliest attack against the Jewish community on U.S. soil will be among the recipients of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Medal of Valor at its annual National Tribute Dinner Wednesday evening at The Beverly Hilton.

Actress Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty In College Admissions Scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman is one of 13 parents who have agreed to plead guilty in connection with a wide-reaching college-admissions bribery scheme. According to federal prosecutors, Huffman will plead guilty for agreeing to pay admitted ringleader William Singer at least $15,000 to bolster her oldest daughter's score on the SAT exam.

Run Honoring Fallen First Responders Draws More Than 6,000 Entrants

The fourth annual "Run to Remember -- Los Angeles" honoring fallen first responders, military veterans and their families was held Sunday on a new course beginning in Century City.

Police Search For Dodger Stadium Assault Suspect

Authorities were continuing their search Sunday for the suspect who assaulted and critically injured a 47-year-old man in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium.

‘Shazam!’ Opens With $53M To Lead Box Office

The superhero movie "Shazam!" opened with more than $53 million at the box office this weekend to lead all films, according to industry estimates out Sunday.

Sharing His Faith

Actor Mark Wahlberg and his brother Jim Wahlberg were among the speakers at the fourth annual Men's Fellowship of California regional conference at The Church of The Good Shepherd.
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