Weber, Koehler, Schwarz win Agoura Hills election

Experience mattered to Agoura Hills voters when they cast their votes for city council on Tuesday. Incumbent Denis Weber won his fourth term on the council with 2,841 votes, or 22.3 percent. Weber, a bank vice president, also will start a new term as Mayor of Agoura Hills in January. William Koehler and Harry Schwarz, both longtime city planning commissioners, […]

OPHS choir to sing at Carnegie Hall

Since Carnegie Hall in New York opened its doors over 100 years ago, the famous concert hall has been a Mecca for entertainers the world over. Known as “the house that music built,” the New York landmark has hosted some of the greatest musicians, singers and orators in recent history. This year, 57 members of the Oak Park High School […]

Tackle Backbone Trail this month

The National Park Service and the Sierra Club will be celebrating “all things Backbone” this month with a series of special events to salute the Backbone Trail. Although not contiguous, the trail meanders through regions of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, offering a wide array of hikes, ranked easy, moderate, strenuous or challenging, and a spectacular bird’s eye […]

Westlake girls’ volleyball team slips past game Santa Barbara squad

Warriors advance to second round tonight vs. Valencia-Placentia

It might have only been a firstround playoff game, but it sure didn’t feel like one Tuesday night as two long-established and wellrespected volleyball programs did battle in Westlake Village. In the only pairing of two ranked teams in the first round of the Division II-AA playoffs, the Warriors were able to stave off the visiting Santa Barbara Dons in […]

Sunday gospel supper coming to The Canyon

West Coast Praze Los Angeles announces the launching of the Donna McAfee Sunday Gospel Supper at The Canyon in Agoura Hills on Sun., Nov. 13 with feature artists Tim Miner, Fishes and Loaves comedy group and JAMM, an improvisational mime group. This monthly event will feature Christian gospel and comedy performers, along with a gourmet buffet dinner. Buffet will open […]

Chaminade Players say ‘You Can’t Take it With You’

The Chaminade Players will present Moss Hart and George Kaufman’s Pulitzer prize-winning play, “You Can’t Take It With You,” at 4 p.m. Fri., Nov. 11, and 7 p.m. Fri. and Sat., Nov. 18 and 19 in the Bob Hope Center on the Chaminade High School campus, 7500 Chaminade Ave., West Hills. The comedy centers around the zany, eccentric Sycamores, a […]

Halloween Coloring Contest

Customized Design in First Neighborhood

The stunning, 1-story First Neighborhood pool house was extensively re-built in 1999. Priced at $815,000, the home appeals to new construction buyers with its customized design, dual pane windows, smooth ceilings, spa tub, raised panel doors and newer systems. Views of nature and the pool are seen from several windows and sliders. Near the greenbelt, White Oak School and Bennett […]

Shopping center makes a point

Gingerbread house contest

The Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club is seeking a few more competitors to participate in their inaugural Gingerbread House Competition. The judging will be on Wed., Nov. 16 and all of the houses will be on public view on Thurs. and Fri., Nov. 17 and 18, during the 24th annual Gingerbread Fundraising Boutique at St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church in […]

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