An Agoura Hills group fighting the proposed Home Depot on Agoura Road will postpone until January a special election aimed at keeping the large retailer out. Citizens for Responsible Growth hoped to place an initiative on the November ballot barring future "big box" stores from coming to Agoura Hills, but a group spokesman said they couldn’t meet an Aug. 10 […]
Having fun with waterfowl MICHAEL COONS/The Acorn ‘QUACK QUACK’––Lauren Henson, 5, imitates a duck on a recent trip to the lake. Lauren and her brother, Trevor, 10, were spending some time with their grandparents in Westlake Village.
Almost any party can attract uninvited guests. But some are more unwelcome than others, especially when the party scene becomes the scene of a crime. A group of malicious party crashers have been making the circuit this summer of teen parties in Calabasas and Westlake, intimidating hosts and guests alike, pilfering alcohol and turning to violence when the partygoers let […]
It’s anchors aweigh on a perfect day MICHAEL COONS/The Acorn READY TO SAIL––Young sailors in the Westlake Yacht Club summer sailing program maneuver their sailboats in preparation to land their craft at the lake in Westlake Village. The weather’s been perfect; comfortable temperatures with light breezes––ideal for a leisurely trip around the lake.
We’ve moved into a bigger office The Acorn Newspapers moved last weekend to larger offices in the same building in Agoura Hills. Mail can still be addressed to 30423 Canwood St., but please note that Ste. 108 is the new correct location, not Ste. 223. Thanks to our readers and advertisers, we outgrew our previous office. Telephone numbers remain the […]
E.R. needed? Councilman calls for new hospital/E.R., accused of politicking -Page 10
Fights cancer Local thespians generate nearly $1,000 for cancer victim -Page 18
Young artist Oak Park youth earns art world recognition -Page 12
Local teenager dies in car crash LISA ADAMS/The Acorn MEMORIAL TO A FRIEND––Remy Jacobs and Jacklyn Markowitz, both 18, visit a memorial that friends created at the scene of Ryan Brockett’s fatal accident. Authorities suspect that Brockett, 19, was driving too fast and lost control of his vehicle. He was a Conejo Valley resident who attended Westlake High and graduated […]
CAMPAIGN ’01––Agoura Hills City Councilman Jeff Reinhardt, left, and Mayor Ed Corridori start the process of reelection. Candidates began taking out campaign documents on Monday and have until Aug. 10 to file them in the cities of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village. The two incumbents above were first to take out their papers on Monday. A third, Agoura Hills City […]