News from City Hall and the Beverly Hills Unified School District dominated the headlines this week. Read about that and more in the top stories from July 22-28.
1. City Manager Jeff Kolin for wrongly accusing city staff of falsifying documents.
2. The school board a for Superintendent Gary Woods to move into a on North Doheny Drive.
3. The council gave direction on of the new Roxbury Park Community Center.
4. The council voted unanimously to approve the Cultural Heritage Commission’s recommendation to designate the as the city's historic landmark No. 1.
5. Residents are rallying to of Hawthorne School, which is slated to undergo major renovations.