2003-08-14

Agoura Hills Top 10 Businesses in alphabetical order only (as required by law)

1. Agoura Sash & Door
2. Chevron USA
3. Lumber City Corp. (Do-It Center)


Agoura Hills Top 10 Businesses in alphabetical order only (as required by law) 1. Agoura Sash & Door 2. Chevron USA 3. Lumber City Corp. (Do-It Center) 4. McKesson General Medical Corp. 5. Reed’s and Son Furniture 6. Roadside Lumber & Hardware 7. Teradyne 8. Thomasville Gallery 9. Vons Grocery Company 10. Warehouse Discount Center

New color of money coming soon



What’s in your wallet? Starting in late 2003, the bills won’t all be green. To protect your hard-earned money from increasingly tech-savvy counterfeiters, the U.S. will issue new currency designs––with color. The $20 note will be the first to get new colors, and you’ll start seeing the new $20s in circulation in the fall. New designs for the $50 and […]

Amgen subleases in Thousand Oaks



In what’s reportedly Ventura County’s largest office transaction in years, the biotechnology company Amgen has signed a sublease with Intel Corp. to occupy a new, two-building 200,000 sq. ft. office complex at Conejo Spectrum in Thousand Oaks for its ongoing expansion, according to officials of Westcord Commercial Real Estate Services. Tony Principe, executive vice president of Westlake Village-based Westcord, said […]

Calabasas offers flag football



The city of Calabasas is kicking off its first season of flag football, to begin Sept. 7. Flag football is open to boys and girls ages 5 to 10. Games will be played on Sunday afternoons with make-up games being played during the week. The season will conclude Nov. 30. Registration is limited. To sign up or for more information, […]

Midsummer Night of Wine and Arts coming to T.O.



Midsummer Night of Wine and Arts coming to T.O. Confident of building on its inaugural event last year that resulted in a $15,000 donation to Ventura County Special Olympics, the Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks is staging the second annual Midsummer Night of Wine and Arts from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Sat., Aug. 23 at Gardens of the World Park, […]

Races begin for Agoura Hills Council, LVUSD



Races begin for Agoura Hills Council, LVUSD By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer As of yesterday, just hours before the deadline, six candidates had filed to run in the upcoming race for Agoura Hills City Council. Two seats are being contested. Two incumbents and a challenger are running for a pair of seats on […]

Yacht clubs to help Maritime Museum



All seven Ventura County yacht clubs will host a traditional New England lobster clambake and barbecue from noon to 6 p.m. Sat., Aug. 23 at Fisherman’s Wharf in Channel Islands Harbor, at the corner of S. Victoria Avenue and Channel Islands Boulevard in Oxnard. The event is a benefit for the Ventura County Maritime Museum. Free admission to the event […]

Law firms affected by technology



The Affiliates, a legal staffing service specializing in attorneys, paralegals and other skilled legal professionals, recently announced the availability of a report titled "Dynamic Forces Reshape the Legal Field Today and the Practice of Law Tomorrow" as part of its continuing Future Law Office project. The report’s key findings emphasize the impact of technology on the legal profession and also […]

Pet of the Week



Doo-Wop, rock ’n’ roll concert to benefit worthy causes



The Boomer’s Doo-Wop and Rock & Roll Revue will bring a lineup of all-star music to the stage of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza at 7 p.m. Sat., Aug. 23. Featured performers include the Coasters, the Crew Cuts, the Chordettes, Jewel Akens, the Penguins, Donnie Brooks, the Mighty Echoes (an award winning a cappella group) and "California’s band" Pappa […]