Car dealership gathers steam in Calabasas

Calabasas residents are weighing in on a potential new development coming to the city. AutoNation, a Florida-based car dealer, is looking to build a Land Rover/Jaguar car dealership at 24460 Calabasas Road, near the city’s existing car dealerships. The site was formerly home to Sperling Nursery, which closed in 2015. Representatives from AutoNation held a community development forum at Founders […]


Food truck delivers helping of goodwill

HELPING HAND —Above, event organizer Nicole Levine of Good Carma Studios hands a stack of meals on Nov. 23 to fire victims Paul Perry and his wife, Bernadette, who lost their Agoura Hills home. Golden West Food supplied the dinners at the event in Oak Park. Below, Golden West brings out its Jack Daniels barbecue food truck with enough edibles […]

Necklace a symbol of strength

Fox Fine Jewelry is giving away a free diamond necklace to any person whose home or business was burned in the Woolsey or Hill fires. Free necklaces may be ordered by phone or in person. They must be picked up in person with a photo ID showing the burned address. Pieces are limited to one free necklace per burned home […]

Boys & Girls Clubs names new board member

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley recently added Lorraine Crawford as a board of governors member. Crawford has worked as an executive in the financial services industry for 30 years, specifically in the private banking and wealth management arena. Her experience includes financial planning, trust and investment advisory, insurance planning and commercial/personal lending. She serves as senior […]


Restaurant cooks up something good for police and firefighters

Immigrant a success story


Kash Chandani was born in India in 1943. His family was forced to flee in 1946 from Pakistan due to their religious beliefs. At the age of 19 Chandani arrived in America with $20. He educated himself and earned a master’s degree in business. He has worked as a CPA for 45 years. He was also employed by the IRS […]


Businesses step up


Citizens, businesses and restaurants donated food, water and supplies to personnel working the Woolsey fire, including deputies in the field, dispatchers answering the nonstop phones, and administration running the command post. Countless citizens also dropped off items at the station and to the deputies on the road blocks. Businesses that brought food to the station include Calamigos Ranch, which provided […]

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