Classes offered at Agoura rec center

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services offers community members the opportunity to get fit, learn to play an instrument, discover what it takes to be a babysitter or typist among many other recreational and educational opportunities. The following is a sample of the events being offered. To sign up, call (818) 597-7361 or visit the Agoura Hills […]

Deadline approaching for business award nomination

The Valley Industry and Commerce Association (VICA) has set a deadline of Mon., April 25 for members and for the public to nominate individuals and businesses for VICA’s fifth annual "Excellence in Business Advocacy Awards" and Gala, an event that recognizes and celebrates the many outstanding companies, organizations and executives in the greater San Fernando Valley. Nomination forms and tickets […]

CHS soccer coach steps down

Long time boys soccer coach John Reich has announced his retirement from coaching in order to spend more time with his family. In his 28 years with Calabasas, Reich’s teams reached the CIF championship match four times (they were co-champs 1994), won six Frontier League titles and qualified for the playoffs for the past 15 straight years. This past season, […]

AHS gives ‘killer’ show

Agoura High School’s Performing Arts Department will present its annual student written and directed murder mystery play and dinner, "A Murder with Your Mocha?" on Fri., April 29 and Sat., April 30 at the school, 28545 Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. Doors will open at 6 p.m. Friday night tickets cost $12 for students and Saturday night tickets are $20 for […]

Bridging the education gap

Michael Picarella

Michael Picarella pic@theacorn.com The footbridge that the city of Calabasas plans to build over Las Virgenes Creek at Lost Hills Road to allow secondary access to A.E. Wright Middle School was supposed to be built for this school year, but construction has been delayed due to land issues with the nearby Steeplechase Homeowners’ Association, Calabasas Transportation/Intergovernmental Relations Director Robert Yalda […]

Students do the heavy lifting

Putting the fun into fundraiser

Squirrel of the Month

PACKING PROTEIN— Each morning, Marlee and Barry Hammond find this squirrel in the backyard of their Thousand Oaks home waiting for its regular snack. The squirrel is usually rewarded with some bread or crackers with peanut butter and takes the food right out of the Hammond’s hands—sometimes, right out of the jar. What a nutty way way to go.

Late-night program showcases local talent

By Sylvie and Teza Belmond Acorn Newspapers Mimicking the taping of a late night TV show, announcer Ronald Kaiser, Lindero Canyon Middle School principal, and emcee Don Stark, a Lindero parent featured as ‘Bob Pinciotti’ on the "That ’70s Show," launched the recent Lindero Late Night Variety Show with a no-holds barred skit. The pair was not afraid to poke […]

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