Beverly Hills Weekly is the free weekly tabloid-sized newspaper serving Beverly Hills, CA. It was founded on October 7, 1999. The publisher is Josh E. Gross, son of television writer Jack Gross Jr.,[5] and the grandson of KFMB-TV founder Jack O. Gross, which was the first television station in San Diego.[7] The paper has been described as the "go-to publication for reporting on school information, birth announcements, local government issues and opinions" in Beverly Hills.[9]

In 2014, Beverly Hills Weekly won a lawsuit brought by competitor The Beverly Hills Courier. Beverly Hills Weekly responded with a SLAPP motion and ultimately received $40,000 in legal fees. The attorney was Ronald Richards.[11]

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