Council listens to both sides

On behalf of the entire Heschel West community, I would like to thank the Agoura Hills City Council for taking the time to review our proposed school project, to listen to us and our opponents and to give this needed project the attention it deserves. The Heschel West community turned out in droves, testified passionately and listened carefully to the […]

This Home Is One Of Lake Sherwood’s Finest Estates

One of Lake Sherwood’s finest estates located in the prestigious guard-gated community of Lake Sherwood in Thousand Oaks. A magnificent English country estate with 7-bedrooms, 7.5-baths and about 9,200 sq. ft. including a guest house. Dramatically set on a spectacular premium lot overlooking the golf course. Features include grand master suite with his and hers bath, viewing balcony and rich […]

Holiday schedule

Mon., May 30 is Memorial Day, which will affect the deadlines for the Acorn Newspapers of June 2 and 3. Real estate advertising for the June 2 and 3 editions must be reserved by noon Thurs., May 26. Display advertising must be reserved by 11 a.m. Fri., May 27. Letters to the editor and press releases must be received by […]

Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club raises funds for local charities

Door prizes include overnight stay at resort

The Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club (WVJWC) recently held its fourth annual Cosmic Bowling and Silent Auction fundraiser at Harley’s Camarillo Bowl. Sharky’s of Westlake Village donated food for the event. “Working with Sharky’s was such a pleasure,” said Wendy Zuckerman, event cochair. “They wanted to do whatever it took to help make our event a great success. Their generosity […]

Pierce offers business training

Molly Maid award Pierce College announced it is offering on-site, customized training for local businesses. The pubilc is invited to choose among training courses in management, human resources, communications, customer service, manufacturing efficiency, computer applications, environmental technology, writing skills, and English and Spanish as a second language. Pierce teachers will come to each business to do the training, Contact Judith […]

Not going to reLAX

Part one of a two-part story on lacrosse

This past spring, Agoura High School’s club lacrosse team spent most weekday afternoons practicing its stick-work on the sporadically inclined grass field of Chumash Park, less than one good toss by a long-stick defenseman from the confines of Charger Stadium, where the team and its 25 members could not gain permission to play. The proximity of the two fields is […]

Heschel not a ‘new’ school

Stephanie Berthaldo’s article on Heschel West (“Community Split Over Construction of New School”) may have unintentionally given the impression that there is a new school coming to town and that it is opposed by “the residents.” Heschel West, founded in 1994 by residents of Agoura Hills, has been educating children from transitional kindergarten through fifth grade for the past 11 […]

Gayle Caughey

With over 26 years of real estate experience, Gayle Caughey of Remax on the Boulevard is their top producer and has been providing top-notch service to her valued clients for all their real estate needs. A broker with the prestigious Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI) designation, Caughey’s hard work and dedication to her clients has earned her much success in this […]

Residents signal concern over cell antennas

The Agoura Hills Planning Commission approved the installation of an unmanned wireless telecommunication facility on Clareton Drive. AT&T Wireless requested a conditional use permit to locate 12 cell phone antennas on the roof oan existing industrial park. But some residents are concerned about how the radio frequency emissions from the wireless installations could affect human health. Alan Stahl, owner of […]

Assistance League helps out

Assistance League of Southern California hosted a fundraising function recently to benefit the Hollywood Senior Multipurpose Center. Patt Morrison, award-winning author, television and radio commentator and columnist for the Los Angeles Times, was the guest speaker. Pat Spears of Calabasas is the Assistance League president. Among the programs offered at the Hollywood senior center are classes and safety seminars, nutritious […]