The City of Beverly Hills is in the spotlight over its actions as a landowner in a neighboring city. On Jan. 13, Beverly Hills and the City of West Hollywood released a joint statement announcing that they are in “discussions to determine a shared approach to the current uses” at the historic Log Cabin at 621 N. Robertson Blvd.
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was arrested in Beverly Hills Jan. 11 after allegedly jumping on a vehicle and damaging it. Lieutenant Elisabeth Albanese said that Beverly Hills Police arrested Edelman at approximately 9 p.m. for vandalism. The incident took place in the 200-block of N. Beverly Drive.
On Jan. 11 at approximately 5:35 p.m., Beverly Hills Police responded to a report of an armed robbery involving shots fired.
The first members-only personal full-service wellness incubator has opened in Sunset Plaza just in time for all of your New Year’s resolutions.
As Beverly Hills moves forward into 2020, so too do the City’s goals for limiting the amount of trash that winds up in landfills.
The City of Beverly Hills has raised concerns about the new Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) system and how it may negatively impact the General Municipal Election on March 3.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has granted a motion for summary judgment in favor of the City of Beverly Hills in a lawsuit filed by Beverly Hills Police Department employee Lisa Weller.
This past weekend, the Golden Globes and the HFPA altered the status-quo of awards-show party status by serving an entirely vegan menu for the dinner-show fete.
In an effort to model behavior that prioritizes the environment, the Peninsula Beverly Hills continues to take innovative steps to inspire staff and guests to consider the health of the world.
The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce held its monthly Economic Development Council luncheon on Jan. 8, and this month's discussion was led by speaker Dan Tenenbaum.