Hertzberg, Horvath Top Field for Open County Supervisor Seat
Horvath was in second place as of press time, putting her on track to reach the November runoff with Hertzberg.
Councilmember Friedman’s Home Searched In Fake Instagram Account Investigation
Investigators with the District Attorney’s office executed a search warrant yesterday at the home of City Councilmember Lester Friedman as part of an investigation into an Instag
School Board Takes Steps to Enhance Transparency in Bylaws
The changes reflect an effort to improve transparency and accessibility to the district’s governing process.
Term Limits Set For Landslide Victory in Beverly Hills
The ballot measure, known as Measure TL, will limit elected officials to three terms or 12 years in office.
Friedman and Nazarian On Track to Win Beverly Hills City Council Seats With Tight Race for Third
Councilmember Lester Friedman and Public Workers Commissioner Sharona Nazarian have established themselves as the clear front runners for the three open City Council seats in the J
Gascón Recall Effort Reaches 500,000 Signatures
he campaign must collect 566,857 verified signatures by July 6 in order to qualify for the November General Election ballot — a number equal to 10% of all current registered vote
Prowler Makes Himself at Home in Bel Air Mansion
The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with a home break-in reported just before 10 p.m. on Dec. 20 in Bel Air.
Beverly Hills to Receive $1 Million in Opioid Settlement
As a part of a settlement with a major opioid manufacturer and three distributors, Beverly Hills will receive more than $1 million to fund education and programs to combat the opio
BHPD Chief Mark Stainbrook Speaks to the Community
Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) Chief Mark Stainbrook has made multiple recent community appearances in an effort to introduce himself to the city and address anxiety about
City Council Hears Concerns from Residents about Safety in Beverly Hills
While the city already has a thorough network of CCTV cameras, Stainbrook told the Council that the department was working with the Public Works Department “to increase and ensur