U.S. flags retired with dignity, respect

Worn, torn and tattered, dirty and faded flags may be dropped off during regular business hours at several locations for proper ritual; disposal by fire. Flags that may be turned in include U.S., POW/MIA, California, corporate, etc. This service is available year round. Call Forrest Frields at (805) 496-2255 for additional information. Locations for flag disposal Photography by Forrest, 1414 […]

IS West inks new deal

ISWest (Internet Specialties West) has signed an agreement with Internap Network Services Corporation. ISWest currently operates a data center in Agoura Hills and Los Angeles offering co-location and managed web hosting to businesses large and small. Internap, the leading intelligent routing services provider, has agreed to install the top 10 backbone providers that carry 95 percent of the world’s Internet […]

Breast cancer patients supported

Breast cancer patients supported According to The Wellness Community, support groups via the Internet can be a tremendous help to thousands of people who, for a variety of reasons, are not able to get to in-person groups. Past research has shown that cancer patients who have information about their disease and a supportive place to talk about their thoughts and […]

Volleyball players needed

The Zuma Bay volleyball club is looking for volleyball players (prior club volleyball experience preferred). For anyone interested, please call (805) 493-1323 or reach zumabayvall@aol.com

Free entertainment

The 67-year-old Farmers’ Market at 3rd and Fairfax in L.A. will present a free "varied and vivacious array" of seasonal music throughout this month. The line-up reflects a wide range of approaches to traditional music of the season. Performers include the Belle Aire Brass, an all female brass ensemble (1 to 3 p.m., Dec. 16, west patio), Nicole Martel French […]

Projects continue on 101 Freeway

Weather permitting, pavement rehabilitation will continue for the next 25 weeks on the northbound Ventura Freeway in the cities of Calabasas, Hidden Hills and Agoura Hills. Beginning on Sundays from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. and continuing during the same hours through Friday, the No. 4 lane of the northbound 101 will be closed from Valley Circle Boulevard/ Mulholland Drive […]

Parental priority: Healthier children

Parental priority: Healthier children Recommended immunizations and regular checkups at the pediatrician’s office or local health clinic are an important way to keep children healthy. Children should visit the doctor on a regular basis-how often depends on age and overall health-to check on his or her general well-being and growth. To help busy parents get on schedule and to educate […]

Blood mobile comes today

Blood mobile comes today Calabasas will host the American Red Cross Blood Mobile from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at City Hall, 26135 Mureau Road. To make an appointment, call Lynn Stetler at (818) 878-4242, ext. 261. To give blood, an individual must be healthy, at least 17 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and not have donated […]

Temple Adat Elohim to serve dinner on Christmas Day at T.O. High School

Temple Adat Elohim to serve dinner on Christmas Day at T.O. High School Seniors, singles, couples and families are invited to the eighth annual Free Conejo Community Holiday Dinner from noon to 4 p.m. on Christmas Day, Tues., Dec. 25 at Thousand Oaks High School. The festive meal features turkey with all the trimmings. This is the first year the […]

Misinformation war about to begin on big box ballot measure

I can’t imagine that (The Acorn) can be very proud of its endorsements of Ed Corridori and Jeff Reinhardt after the events at (the late November) city council meeting. If anything, you should be embarrassed of the endorsement as it was a significant step for guaranteed reelection and carte blanche to further corruption in our city government. The members of […]