July 13, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Water’s fine, district says

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District has released and mailed its 2016 Water Quality Report to homes and businesses in the district’s 122-square-mile service area. The report is also available online at www.LVMWD.com. More...

Report on Sherwood pilot crash released

Reason for midair breakup still unclear

Something caused Lake Sherwood pilot Michael Brannigan’s single-engine Cessna to break up in the skies above Ventura last month, but what that something was remains unclear.  More...

Land donation to MRCA

The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority received a gift of 38 acres of undeveloped land from philanthropist Alex von Furstenberg. More...

Back on solid ground

Museum makes strong turnaround

The Chumash Indian Museum is thriving again after a brief closure late last year to save the failing operation, according to members of the museum’s board.  Barbara Tejada and Beverly Folkes shared the news with the Conejo Recreation and P More...

Catching the sunrise at Sunset Hills

Lakeview path is near the border of T.O., Simi Valley

This new summer series will seek to shed a light on some of the Conejo Valley’s lesser-known hikes.   Looking for a new hike this summer? How about something lakeside?  More...

AT THE LIBRARY

The Agoura Hills Library will offer the following free activities and programs at 29901 Ladyface Court.  For more information about the listings, call (818) 889-2278.  Used book donations to the Book Cellar or library help fund these and ma More...

Softball girls show winning form

STORM WARNING—The WAGS U-10 Bronze Tornadoes team is the champ of the 33rd annual Escondido Freedom Tournament on July 2. More...

Calabasas Senior Center celebrates first anniversary

A GRAND YEAR—Right, Channel 4 weathercaster Fritz Coleman entertains the audience with funny stories about what it means to be a senior citizen during the Calabasas Senior Center’s June 24 anniversary party. More...

FOR THE RECORD

Last week’s Acorn Epicurean review of the Golden Panda Restaurant in Simi Valley accidentally stated that the Asian eatery serves shark fin soup. More...

Right theme, right place

WALK OF ART—At top , Ali Liaquat of Simi Valley views an art display titled“A Walk with Nature”on July 9 at King Gillette Ranch. The show is open at the art gallery through July 30 at 26800 W. Mulholland Hwy., Calabasas. More...

Visionary had a passion for preservation

Ray Phillips devoted his life to protecting local historical landmarks

“Leonis Adobe is important to me because, with the Valley constantly changing, people don’t realize there are roots here,” Ray Phillips told a Valley Times reporter in 1965. More...

A sizzlin’ country hoedown for seniors

The Calabasas Senior Center will host a western-themed evening titled “Hot Country Night” from 6 to 8:30 p.m. More...

Program for seniors on downsizing their stuff

The Goebel Adult Community Center will host a seminar on “What to Do with Your Stuff!” at 3 p.m. Fri., July 21 at 1385 E. More...