2004-06-03

Ridesharing promoted



Metro along with the Ventura County Transportation Commission recently honored those employers in Los Angeles and Ventura counties that have demonstrated outstanding achievement in the development and implementation of innovative and successful rideshare programs for their employees. "In these times of high gasoline prices, it’s never been a better time to share the ride, whether it be on public transit, […]

Rotarians support local charities



The Rotary Club of Westlake Village hosted its annual "Day of Giving" luncheon recently at the Westlake Hyatt, with more than 26 local charities receiving support. Some of the organizations benefiting this year included: Boy Scouts of America, Boy Scout Troop 718, Brownies, Coalition to End Violence, Community Conscience/Under One Roof, Conejo Amateur Radio, Conejo Free Clinic, LA Disaster Community […]

Westlake resident celebrating successful bone marrow transplant



Sports Junkie

Story of the Week

Story of the Week Tom Landry, the Dallas Cowboys coach who led America’s Team to five Super Bowls and was famous for pacing the sidelines for three decades wearing a stone face, business suit and felt hat, died on Feb. 12, 2000. He was 75. Landry, who coached the Cowboys for their first 29 years, won two Super Bowls with […]

Free concert set for Sun., June 20



Free concert set for Sun., June 20 The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services has announced the lineup for the first in its annual Summer Concerts in the Park series. "Face to Face: A Tribute to Billy Joel and Elton John" will begin at 6 p.m. Sun., June 20 at Chumash Park, 5550 Medea Valley Drive, Agoura Hills. […]

Calabasas commissioners approve site plan for 101 new homes



Calabasas commissioners approve site plan for 101 new homes The Calabasas Planning Commission reviewed and approved last week the site and elevation plans for a 101-home project that’s included in The Oaks, a New Millennium residential development in Calabasas. The commission asked that the project include more large trees to enhance the rural appearance of the community. The commission also […]

Golfing for charity



Protect bone health, prevent a silent disease



Osteoporosis is often called "the silent disease" because it progresses slowly over time, without symptoms, until a fracture occurs. Many people continue to assume height loss is a normal part of aging. However, it may be due to a collapse in the bones of the spine, called vertebrae, weakened by osteoporosis. The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) advises everyone to routinely […]

Coed, men’s slow pitch softball leagues coming to Oak Park, games to be played June 14-Aug. 18



Coed, men’s slow pitch softball leagues coming to Oak Park, games to be played June 14-Aug. 18 The Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District will offer Adult Slow Pitch Softball leagues for men and coed this summer in Oak Park. Games will be played June 14 to Aug. 18 at Valley View Park, 100 Los Arcos Drive, Oak Park. Men’s […]

KCLU celebrates a decade with concert at Civic Arts Plaza



The Woody Herman Orchestra and the Four Freshmen will perform a 10-year anniversary celebration concert for KCLU 88.3/102.3 FM in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Tickets are now on sale for the performance scheduled Sat., Sept. 4. The Woody Herman Orchestra will present an array of historical and classical arrangements as KCLU Radio celebrates […]


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