Offer from local mask maker draws a big response

Laura Diamond, an Agoura Hills resident, sews and gives them away for free

Silent spring looms for high school seniors

As the coronavirus pandemic puts day-to-day life on hold and keeps residents trapped indoors, high school seniors are feeling the impact perhaps more than most. Springtime is supposed to represent the culmination of thee students’ school experience, the final months they get to spend with friends before heading off to college. But school has been canceled, and during this April, […]

Young workers living with parents come out ahead

Able to save money, enjoy fine lifestyle

The Conejo Valley and surrounding areas are expensive places in which to live, especially for people who grew up there and wish to remain as residents. Many young adults in the region still live with their parents—and that can be a blessing, not a curse. The service jobs upon which teens and 20-somethings rely have mostly been shut down by […]

Homebound seniors need support

Request for donations, volunteers to help

The call is being sounded to help homebound seniors. In light of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recommendation that people age 65-plus self-isolate at home to avoid contracting the coronavirus, Thousand Oaks-based Senior Concerns has launched several emergency volunteer programs intended to provide support for the many elderly individuals being asked to shelter in place. “We are looking for people who can […]

Conejo Valley arts council plans ahead

The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley has taken recent steps in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to postponing its upcoming events, the council is asking its 76 members to share creative ideas among themselves and with fellow arts nonprofits. The arts council is asking how it can provide assistance to its members. “In addition to local, state […]

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