2000-09-28

Honda’s best-selling Civics m

Acorn Automotive Editor

My son wants a new car! Last year when he got his drivers license he settled for a car his friends have called his "grandpa car". It is a mid-sized, American built, five passenger, four door sedan and he spends most of his time acting as chauffeur for his friends. It’s time to change the car and he wants something […]

Top Producing Sales Associate



Arlene Kovalivker, a consistent top-producing sales associate and five time Diamond Sales Award winner at Young Realtors, was congratulated by Joan Young president of Young Realtors, for her listing production of nearly $1.3 and her sales production in excess of $1.2 million, for a combined production of more than $2.5 million during the 14-day period. Kovalivker specializes in Ventura County […]

Agoura Hills meets congestion management guidelines



The numbers are staggering. Los Angeles, the most populated county in the United States, expects an increase of 2.9 million people in the next 20 years, an increase of more than 30 percent, according to the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority. How can the county cope with an inevitable surge in traffic when the existing freeway system is already overburdened? […]

October to emphasize non-violence



October to emphasize non-violence The Interface Children Family Services event, "Hands Are Not for Hitting" and "Safe Homes and Community Day" will be Sat., Oct. 7 at the sponsoring Camarillo Premium Outlets. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. "Hands" is a project to educate individuals about domestic violence and to encourage children, youth and adults to make a commitment to […]

Business career workshop planned for Simi



Outstanding Professionals Employment Network (OPEN) has scheduled a no-fee career workshop beginning Fri., Oct. 13. The one-week course will be conducted from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day at the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD), 980 Enchanted Way in Simi Valley. The sessions, conducted by OPEN volunteers, address recent changes in interviewing, negotiating and re-training for persons […]

Eagles take local cross-country title



The Oak Park boys’ cross-country team took a 1-2-3 sweep and won the Oak Park-Agoura Invitational Meet last week at Oak Canyon Park. Senior mark Nevers, the runner-up in the Ventura County championships the last two years, ran a course record 15:31 to lead the Oak Park effort. The 6-1 Eagles are ranked No. 1 in the CIF Division IV […]

A major change in how your car works

Acorn Automotive Editor

The United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR) recently approved the formation of a new working group whose goal will be to guide a major change in the electrical architecture that powers American vehicles. Most vehicles today employ 14-volt systems, although we think of it as 12 volt. However, the U.S. auto industry may someday soon be using higher voltage. […]

A Gorgeous Long Canyon 5 Bedroom



A Gorgeous Long Canyon 5 Bedroom This gorgeous Long Canyon home on a great cul-de-sac has 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, and is about 3,041 sq.ft. per tax assessor. There is an elegant living room with vaulted ceiling and fireplace, formal dining room and a family room with fireplace adjoins the kitchen. The gourmet kitchen has a center island and […]

Calabasas Democrats party for Pavley

Acorn Staff Writer

About 100 Calabasas area Democrats, including several local officials, gathered at the home of Calabasas City Councilwoman Lesley Devine Saturday to raise money for former Agoura Hills mayor and city councilwoman Fran Pavley, who’s running for a seat on the California Assembly, as the 41st District representative. The event raised about $4,000 for the candidate, according to Devine, who was […]

Bone marrow screening conducted CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn



Bone marrow screening conducted CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn HIDDEN HILLS REACHES OUT – Area residents stood in line at Hidden Hills’ City Hall earlier this week for blood to be drawn by City of Hope representatives. They were to be tested for a possible bone marrow match to help Michael Karsch, a Round Meadow Elementary School dad, who’s fighting leukemia. Karsch, […]


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