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Dog guardians united! The City of West Hollywood is currently going through a series of firsts: WeHo residents elected Sepi Shyne to the city council making her the first out LGBTQ Iranian woman to hold office locally and globally....
John Duran and John Heilman said their goodbyes at a regular West Hollywood council meeting, dated Monday, December 7, 2020. They participated as city council members for the very last time after serving the West Hollywood community for decades. West...
We spotted newly West Hollywood City Council elect John Erickson, dancing and cheering in the middle of Santa Monica Boulevard this past Saturday, November 7, 2020. Erickson joined hundreds of community members who celebrated the big Presidential win for...
 The City Council of the City of West Hollywood unanimously adopted a Resolution urging federal action on gun control. The Resolution was approved at the regular meeting of the City Council on Monday, March 5, 2018. The Resolution follows a school shooting at...
The City Council of West Hollywood approved ordinances on Monday, November 6 that would regulate the recreational marijuana industry within the region. City Council will take a final vote on the tentatively approved ordinances during its next meeting. City Council...
What could have been a blockbuster moment turned quickly into a loquacious diversion as Seymour Amster, Ed Buck’s attorney, addressed West Hollywood City Council members last night during the Public Comments portion of the regular meeting. In a dramatic display...
The Los Angeles County District Attorney won't confirm if, as some media outlets have reported, it is granting immunity to witnesses in an investigation surrounding the death of a Texas youth at the home of well-connected West Hollywood political...
The West Hollywood city council last night brought Gemmel Moore’s mother and the local LASD station captain to speak about the investigation into his death at Ed Buck’s house. One council member, though, seemed most interested in warning the...
The clock is ticking and with six months to go, California and local municipalities are hustling to get the framework for recreational marijuana in place. In November of last year, voters cast their ballots to approve Proposition 64 making the...
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