Neighbors

Get ready for rockin’ Fourth of July

Calabasas The City of Calabasas is offering a full schedule of events to celebrate Independence Day. Activities will begin at Calabasas Lake for the 42nd annual Lakeside Fun Run, a 4- and 2-mile run, 2-mile family walk, and quarter-mile youth run sponsored by the city and by the Calabasas Park Homeowners Association. The races will start at 7:45 a.m. at […]

Father’s Day, firefighters, fun

Little kid, big fun—Threeyear old Frankie gets to visit a firehouse and blast the station’s firehose. Matt Harrell took his son to Firehouse 69 on Canwood Street in agoura Hills in celebration of Father’s Day. Like most young kids, Frankie loves fire trucks, and dad said his son smiled during the entire visit. Harrell credits firefighters John Denton and Aric […]

County budget will improve transportation

Transit commission to fund bus rides for college students, provide emergency roadside assistance and 101 improvements

The Ventura County Transportation Commission approved an $82,452,074 annual budget at its June 7 meeting that will strengthen and improve the county’s transportation system for years to come. Incorporating funds from state and federal sources, including revenues from Senate Bill 1, California’s Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, the Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget is about 3% higher than last […]

Team Venom wins against Valley Vampires

SNAKE PIT CHAMPS—Team Venom wins the Conejo Quakes Summer Sizzle Tournament in the U-12 Gold Division by defeating the Valley Vipers, 55-50. The championship game took place at Ventura College. Top row, from left: Coach Dave Goosen, Lukas Friedlander, Aiden Wier and Matteo Bernardi. Bottom row: Nick Phenix, Dylan Goosen, Peter Iba and Gavin Udell.

Reagan Library seeks docent volunteers

Weekend and weekday shifts available

The Reagan Library in Simi Valley is accepting docent applications for both weekday and weekend shifts at 40 Presidential Drive. Another volunteer position is available as a special exhibit attendant. This particular opportunity is suitable for retirees, working professionals and college and high school students who are at least 16 years of age. Docents should enjoy history and speaking to […]

Local Swedes celebrate summer

On a campaign to explore politics



Lindsey Anstead is considering continuing her family’s political legacy. Her grandfather is a former Florida Supreme Court justice, and her father, Chris Anstead, is a first-term member of the Agoura Hills City Council. But before she follows their footsteps into public life, she wants to dip her toe in first. Lindsey, 16, is participating in the Young Women’s Political Leadership […]

Lions Club helps residents to see



A new Conejo Valley club is doing a lion’s share when it comes to helping others in the community. Since its inception just over a year ago, the Conejo Valley Lions Club has gifted eye exams and glasses to people who could not afford them, got a cellphone with buttons for a blind man who cannot dial a flat-faced phone […]

Boys Team Charity Inc.

Conejo Valley League graduating seniors

Boys Team Charity Inc. Conejo Valley League was formed in 2011 to give boys and their parents the opportunity to assist the community through team and individual projects. BTC members live in Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks. Peter Beer Peter Beer, son of Carolyn and Mitchell Beer, was a scholar-athlete at Westlake High School. He served […]

Cars and cards for a cause


Category Pages are limited to 90 days. Please use the archive page or the search box to find older articles.