February 16, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Add-on rentals getting easier to build

Calabasas dwelling modifications OK’d

New state legislation that seeks to boost the supply of affordable housing in California will make it cheaper and easier for some single-family homeowners to build a stand-alone granny flat or convert their home into a duplex.  At a meeting last More...

Briefs

Emergency response classes begin today Classes for the Calabasas Community Emergency Response Team will begin today, Thurs., Feb. 16. The program provides residents with basic fire safety and lifesaving skills. More...

Beauty and the feast

High school club raises funds to fix campus

Members of the Calabasas High School Beautification Club collected more than $200 selling baked goods Feb. 11 at the Calabasas Farmers Market. More...

TEDx creativity an inspiration for all

Talks impress OCS students and faculty

Themes of tenacity, self-discovery and inspiration were present in the fourth annual Oaks Christian School TEDx event on Feb. 2. Over 1,000 members of the OCS community attended. More...

A roaring good time

KING OF THE CAMPUS—Above, Ira the lion inspects one of his gifts during his third birthday celebration Feb. 4 at the Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College. More...

Chamber of Commerce to host annual recognition gala

Awards will be given in seven categories

The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce will host its annual “Black and White” Recognition Gala from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Fri., Feb. More...

Fabric art display in Westlake

The nonprofit Arts Council of the Conejo Valley is hosting a fabric art show at the UBS Financial Services office at 3011 Townsgate Road, Ste. 300, Westlake Village.  The show will close Tues., Feb. More...

Former Paul Ryan staffer speaks to GOP

Shane Skelton, former aide to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, will speak on “How to Make the Most of the Republican Victory” at the Conejo Valley Republican Women’s luncheon meeting Fri., Feb. 17 at Los Robles Greens, 299 S. More...

Smart and final, CHS aces competition

The Calabasas High School Academic Decathlon team pulled off an amazing accomplishment on Feb. 4. More...

Community remembers popular school teacher

The Malibou Lake Mountain Club swelled with friends and family Feb. 12 for a memorial to a man who inspired thousands of students during his 38-year career at A.E. Wright Middle School in Calabasas. Craig Vaughan died Jan. More...

Farmers market offers fresh fare

Tasty treats in Old Town Calabasas every Saturday, rain or shine

SUMPTUOUS—Each week dozens of vendors at the Calabasas Farmers Market bring an assortment of fresh fruits, veggies and other treats, like the homemade local honey, above. More...

Figuring out the best time to retire

The choices you make can affect spouse and children

Enjoying a comfortable retirement is everyone’s dream. For over 80 years, Social Security has been helping people realize those dreams, assisting people through life’s journey with a variety of benefits.  More...

Lecture to detail Nazi persecution of gays

Samuel Torvend, a theologian from Pacific Lutheran University, will discuss “The Passion of Robert Oelbermann: The Persecution of Homosexuals in Nazi Germany” at 7 p.m. Thurs., Feb. More...