Oak Park voters to decide on school district parcel tax

Oak Park Unified School District trustees voted Monday during a special meeting to place a parcel tax measure on the ballot for the primary election in March. They made their decision after months of consideration and following a recommendation by Friends of Oak Park Schools, a steering committee assigned to lead the campaign. Although the committee recommended a special election […]

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Let it snow in Calabasas

The city of Calabasas Community Services Department invites children ages 2 through 12 to grab a sled and romp in the snow from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sun., Dec. 7 as 35 tons of white powder will blanket the hills of Gates Canyon Park, 25801 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Calabasas. As a special added attraction, Santa and his spouse will […]

Agoura beats San Luis Obispo, 38-12, St. Bonaventure is next

Acorn Sports Writer

Agoura beats San Luis Obispo, 38-12, St. Bonaventure is next By Wayne Harrison Acorn Sports Writer The Agoura Chargers defeated San Luis Obispo, 38-12, in a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section Division IV football playoff quarterfinal game last Friday night. The game was played at Agoura High School. The win improved the Chargers to 11-1 overall, dropped San Luis […]

Exhibit explores Jewish Family Service

JFS helps tens of thousands of Angelenos of all kinds

"Still Listening: 150 Years of Jewish Family Service," an exhibition of historical documents, artifacts, photographs and original artworks celebrating the 150th anniversary of the first and largest social service agency in Los Angeles, will be on view at the Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, from Jan. 7 through Feb. 29. The exhibition communicates "the extraordinary scope […]

Farmers’ Market is too commercial

Farmers’ Market is too commercial This letter is not to address the issues of the insurance, legal or other problems of the previous management of the Calabasas Farmers’ Market. This letter is to address the direction the new management has taken. The new management has made it very difficult, if not impossible, for the original farmers who have contributed to […]

For the record

Two weeks ago, it was written that the Hidden Hills Community Association lost a lawsuit. The HHCA lost the preliminary injunction, which granted plaintiffs the ability to go to trial, but not a "jury" trial. The article also said that "proxies that had already been mailed were thrown out." The board was forced to reschedule the election because it was […]

Pearl Harbor to be revisited at dinner

"Pearl Harbor Revisited" is the program topic for the holiday season dinner meeting of the Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated. The event is open to the public and will begin at 5 p.m., Sun. Dec. 7 at the Clarion Palm Garden Hotel, 495 Ventu Park Road, Newbury Park. A buffet dinner will be served with wine for $31.50 per person. […]

Art groups seek donations to help schools

Two local nonprofit groups have joined forces to launch a fundraiser that they say "will bring much needed art supplies directly into the hands of teachers." The inaugural Holiday Giving Tree for Youth has been set up in Graphaids, 30135A Agoura Road, Agoura Hills, through Mon., Dec. 29, according to the Westlake Village Art Guild (WVAG). "Graphaids has generously donated […]

AHS golfer to play for LMU

Jeremy Bovill, a senior at Agoura High School, has signed a national letter of intent to play golf next fall for Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. A three-year letterman and three-time All-Marmonte League selection, Bovill has advanced to the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Regional, CIF Southern Section and CIF State Finals. Competing on the national stage, Bovill has several […]