Beverly Hills Courier
Beverly Hills Courier
Beverly Hills Courier
Walker-Shuman Resigns From BHUSD School Board
Tristen Walker-Shuman addressing allegations at the Sept. 14 board meeting

Walker-Shuman Resigns From BHUSD School Board

Walker-Shuman told the Courier that she plans to “continue taking care of my parents and family, finishing graduate school and advocating for education.”

California Has the Lowest COVID-19 Rate in the Country

California Has the Lowest COVID-19 Rate in the Country

California is requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test at indoor gatherings with more than 1,000 attendees.

Emmy Pre-Party Honors Billy Porter

Emmy Pre-Party Honors Billy Porter

Additional VIP attending the seated dinner and live auction with live auction with Christie’s included Jacqueline Bisset, Christine Chiu, Paris Jackson, Rita Ora, Rodney Peete, Darren Star, Quinn Tivey, Justin Tranter, Taika Waititi, Laela Wilding, Naomi Wilding, and Tarquin Wilding.

Council  Considers Future  of OpenBH

Council Considers Future of OpenBH

“Certainly, we need to continue this program in its current form until three months after permanent design standards are in place,” Johnson said. “And something that certainly everyone knows, that sitting outside and enjoying the weather that we have is wonderful, there are some loud cars that go up and down the street.”

Interactive Mental Health  Program Comes to BHHS

Interactive Mental Health Program Comes to BHHS

The program included singer and songwriter Jess Hoover, who shared her own mental health journey with students while also inspiring them to create their own masterpiece.

Celebrating the Abraham Accords

Celebrating the Abraham Accords

With the rise of anti-hate sentiments and acts of violence increasing over this past year, this clinic comes at an important time to show inclusion and diversity triumph over intolerance and bigotry. The success of the Abraham Accords has demonstrated what people of different cultures can achieve when working together.

Change Proposed for Beverly Hills Trees in Face of Climate Change

Change Proposed for Beverly Hills Trees in Face of Climate Change

“That’s what the goal is here,” Pfalzgraf said. “Let’s improve the canopy. Let’s improve the temperature in the city and the wildlife habitat. That’s the bottom line.”

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