The Beloved City of Beverly Hills will hold a ceremony on Sept. 11 to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks and honor our fallen heroes. The ceremony will include a laying of the wreath, songs
Conserving energy and staying hydrated are important during these hot summer months. A heat alert has been issued by the Los Angeles County Department of Health (LACDH) until Tuesday, June 21.
The Council unanimously passed a resolution supporting Assembly Bill 2844, which prohibits public agencies from doing business with companies that engage in a boycott or other discriminatory
The entire community is invited to a free concert and Sing-Along featuring the L.A. Lawyers Philharmonic and the Beverly Hills City Council on Thu. Mar. 24, at 7:30 p.m. The concert kicks off
The City of Beverly Hills has named Chief Sandra Spagnoli from the City of San Leandro as the next chief of the Beverly Hills Police Department. She is expected to assume her new role on March 14.
Stay tuned for more Beverly Hills news regarding the recent WeHo water main break. Water has been shut off to a section of West Hollywood served by the Beverly Hills Water Co. due to a water main
The City of Beverly Hills and the Beverly Hills Historical Society invite the community to the premiere of The History of Beverly Hills: 100 Years, 100 Stories in the Bram Goldsmith Theater at the
Facelifts are nothing new in Beverly Hills, but visitors will soon be amazed with the transformation they see at the landmark corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way. Los Angeles-based and director
In response to resident requests, the is establishing “No Parking, Except by Permit” tow-away zones on Halloween evening, in residential areas most impacted by the West Hollywood Carnival. Parking
Beverly Hills Television has recently released Destination Beverly Hills, a series of 10 online promotional videos commissioned by the Centennial Documentary Committee led by Dick Rosenzweig and Karla