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Parent Pushes Back Against BHUSD Reaction To Student Incident

Last year, before winter break for Beverly Hills Unified School District students, two six-year-old kindergarten boys were suspended for one week as a result of having viewed and touched the private area of a five-year-old girl in the school’s TK class.

Joyce Anne Flint, Widow Of Israeli Air Force Co-Founder Mitchell Flint, Dies

Joyce Anne Flint, widow to the late World War II hero and a founding father of the Israeli Air Force, Mitchell Flint, passed away Wednesday morning, March the 20th, at 83, after a year-long battle with cancer.

Beverly Hills City Hall Goes Red For Red Cross Month

Beverly Hills City Hall will be among four Los Angeles landmarks to be lit up in red next week in honor of American Red Cross Month.

BHUSD Superintendent Michael Bregy Delays Public Review Of Expenses

First class flights. Pricey off-site retreats and conferences. Costly new office furniture and thousands of dollars in lunches. These are among the litany of expenditures that Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy is alleged to have made using public funds since taking the reins of the City’s public school system two years ago.

Actor Kristoff St. John’s Death Ruled Accidental

Actor Kristoff St. John, who starred in the long-running soap opera "The Young and the Restless," died from heart disease, the coroner's office announced.

‘NCIS,’ CBS Top Weekly Television Ratings

CBS had four of last week's five most-watched prime- time series, even without an original episode of the season's most-watched scripted series, "The Big Bang Theory," to finish first in the network race for the eighth time in nine weeks, according to live-plus-same-day figures released Tuesday by Nielsen.

Los Angeles Marathon Runs Through Beverly Hills Sunday

Strap on your running shoes, Beverly Hills. The SKECHERS Performance L.A. Marathon will be coming through Beverly Hills Sunday, closing streets and drawing spectators for most of the day, from Downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica.

Second Beverly Hills Resident Named in College Admissions Scandal

Beverly Hills resident Robert Flaxman was one of 33 parents charged by Federal prosecutors in “Operation Varsity Blues,” along with resident Jane Buckingham, as reported in the Courier last week.

Temple Emanuel Accepting Offers On Building

“CBRE, Inc. is pleased to present a rare opportunity to purchase ±0.62 acres of land for the development of ±42 residential units (with Density Bonus) on Burton Way in Beverly Hills, California,” reads the ad on the CBRE website at www.cbredealflow.com.

Parent Pushes Back Against BHUSD Reaction To Student Incident

Last year, before winter break for Beverly Hills Unified School District students, two six-year-old kindergarten boys were suspended for one week as a result of having viewed and touched the private area of a five-year-old girl in the school’s TK class.

Joyce Anne Flint, Widow Of Israeli Air Force Co-Founder Mitchell Flint, Dies

Joyce Anne Flint, widow to the late World War II hero and a founding father of the Israeli Air Force, Mitchell Flint, passed away Wednesday morning, March the 20th, at 83, after a year-long battle with cancer.

Beverly Hills Community Embraces Mallory Smith’s Legacy At Book Launch

While Mallory Smith, the inspirational young woman who died in 2017 at the age of 25 from cystic fibrosis, may have physically left this world, her legacy of perseverance and kindness continues on in the hearts of all who knew her and now in her memoir. This past Sunday, the Beverly Hills community filled every seat inside Laemmle’s Ahrya Fine Arts Theatre for Sunday’s sell-out local book launch for Salt in My Soul.

DTSC Community Profile Published Wednesday Is Grossly Inaccurate – Again

A Community Profile prepared by the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) for the State of California and made available on its website Wednesday in preparation for a future work plan to remove the arsenic contamination in the soil on property known as Lots 12 and 13 contains gross inaccuracies and misinformation.

Beverly Hills City Hall Goes Red For Red Cross Month

Beverly Hills City Hall will be among four Los Angeles landmarks to be lit up in red next week in honor of American Red Cross Month.

BHUSD Superintendent Michael Bregy Delays Public Review Of Expenses

First class flights. Pricey off-site retreats and conferences. Costly new office furniture and thousands of dollars in lunches. These are among the litany of expenditures that Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy is alleged to have made using public funds since taking the reins of the City’s public school system two years ago.

Follow The Bouncing Ball: Mirisch Becomes Mayor For Third Time

The Beverly Hills City Council thanked Julian Gold for his term as mayor, voted Lester Friedman to become Vice Mayor and installed John Mirisch as mayor for a third time since he took office in 2009 Wednesday evening at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. It was a ceremony punctuated by Broadway-style theatrics, noisemakers, politics and yes, a sing-along.
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