2003-12-04

Hidden Hills residents give vote of confidence to their HOA

Second of two parts

By Stephanie Bertholdo Acorn Staff Writer Second of two parts In a bid of confidence for the Hidden Hills Community Association (HHCA), residents of the private equestrian city recently voted by a two-to-one margin to keep in effect the 18-month-old board-amended bylaws that recently sparked controversy and lawsuits in the affluent community in the western foothills of the San Fernando […]

Special act offered to Buttercup kids



Donations of warm coats are a special gift to the needy



Donations of warm coats are a special gift to the needy It’s a good sign that the cold weather is here to stay when the shorts and sundresses have been packed away to make room for sweaters and pants. The seasonal shift also marks the time when people start tidying up their closets and sorting through clothing for donation. From […]

Survey rates U.S. companies

as world

Survey rates U.S. companies as world’s most efficient We’re No. 1 U.S. companies are the most efficient in the world, recent studies prove, and cost-conscious managers plan to do even more to improve productivity, experts say. The third annual global productivity study on lost time observed the managerial practices and operating systems used by more than 1,440 CEOs, managers and […]

Oaks Christian School dedicates the Block Center for Fine Arts



Oaks Christian School dedicates the Block Center for Fine Arts

Newbury Park High School to present winter concert



The Newbury Park High School Choral Music Department will present its annual winter concert at 7:30 p.m. Wed., Dec. 17 in the school’s Performing Arts Center, 456 Reino Road, Newbury Park. This concert will feature choral holiday music representing many traditions and musical styles sung by the award-winning Black Orpheus Concert choir and the Panther Chamber Singers under the direction […]


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