Beverly Hills resident Janessa LaVoice has announced her candidacy for the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education in the upcoming November 2022 election, looking to fill one of two open seats.
Beverly Hills resident Farrah Dodes, who is the President of the Beverly Hills Education Foundation, has announced her candidacy for the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education in the upcoming November 2022 election. She will be vying for one of two open
Writer/director Quinn Shephard has made a startlingly prescient film about social media, entitlement, appropriation, cluelessness, and consequences, peopled it with characters of depth, and wrapped it in sparkly paper with a ribbon around it, and all at a fast-paced 100 minutes. Danni Sanders, the very
The City of Beverly Hills is seeking nearly $25,000 in a default judgment against a YouTube video creator, a promoter and a company to compensate the munici- pality for police and administrative costs associated with a spring 2021 parade that caused the temporary closing of
On July 28, the Metro D Line, also known as the Purple Line, construction workers will be paving the roadway at worksites along South Lasky Drive, Charleville Boulevard, and Spalding Drive. Street closures are expected to run through July 29.
Although construction surrounding the upcoming D
The initiative, which is designed to showcase the vibrant shopping, dining and excitement of summer in Beverly Hills, is a collaboration among the city, the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau, Rodeo Drive Committee and the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce.
District Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy also welcomed the new Assistant Principal at Hawthorne Elementary School Dr. Christine Kim and shared the appointment of Drew Stewart and Kim Decatrel to serve as Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) interim Co-Principals for next year.
However, Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer announced on July 28 that an indoor universal mask mandate would not be imposed, citing a continued downward trend in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.