2006-02-23

Steve Matur



Steve Maturo of Century 21 Adobe Realty in Agoura Hills has recently been congratulated by owner Chuck Leko for his outstanding listing and sales production. He lives by his saying, “I have reached my goals when I have helped other people reach their goals.” Steve is a hardworking and dedicate dprofessional who has been a resident here for more than […]

Vocal group named among the best



Unstrumental, an a cappella group at Calabasas High School, has won a place on the annual Best of High School A Cappella (BOHSA) compilation. The coed a cappella (vocal) group has 17 students—nine girls and eight boys. The group’s CD was one of 19 tracks chosen to represent the Best of A Cappella collection this year. There were more than […]

Bark Busters comes to Calabasas



Bark Busters, the world’s argest dog training company, announced it’s expanding into he Calabasas area. Franchise owners Nikki and Ray Reyes said they selected Calabasas for their new business because it enjoys a “dog-loving culture” and has a need for a training service that can address canine behavioral issues, such as barking, aggression, separation anxiety, hyperactivity and general unruliness. “Most […]

Pet sitting service now offered in Conejo Valley



Jennifer Hawes, owner of the pet-sitting service Home Is Where the Pet Is, is dedicated to providing “exemplary pet care to the community.” Last year she was a consultant for the Pet Sitters International Accreditation Program. In addition, Hawes became certified through the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters and earned two certificates in “animals in disasters” programs. Her service […]

Development looks like a prison



Recently I had picked up a visitor from England and we were driving home. He admired the beautiful open views, the hills covered with a tinge of green and of course the warm weather. As we exited the 101 on to Lindero Canyon Road and turned north, Stephen stared out the window, mouth gaping, and said, “Who would ever put […]

Plenty Of Room For Children To Play



Rare Three Springs huge flat lot with pool and spa, barbeque center, large grass yard and Futura Stone hardscaping. There are 5bedrooms currently used as 4-bedrooms, bonus room, library and 3.5-baths. This pristine incredibly-cared for home as plenty of room for children to play and swim or entertain friends. Barbecue has been rebuilt, interior has been repainted white so buyers […]

Teams sought for Relay for Life benefit aAgoura High



Relay for Life, the American Cancer Society’s 24-hour fundraiser, will be at Agoura High School on Sat., April 29. Teams will walk or run, relay style, around the school’s rack. Opening ceremonies are at 10 a.m., when cancer survivors circle the track to start he event. At 9 p.m. the lights go out for a candle lighting ceremony honoring those […]

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Cooking up something good Clean machine CPA expands Owner Bob Amirian has announced the opening of a full-service hand carwash at 24115 Calabasas Road in Calabasas, next to the Mercedes Benz dealership). Amirian’s father operated the small 76 gas station for over 20 years. The new business includes not only a hand car wash and detail center, but also a […]

Let us hear your ‘tails’



The Acorn invites you to send your favorite pet story for publication on the Critter Corner page. We love our pets and want to give them the recognition they deserve. Send your pet story to: The Acorn, 30423 Canwood St., Suite 108, Agoura Hills, CA 91301; e-mail your story to newstip@theacorn.com; or fax us at (818) 706-8942.

City should get down to business



I read in The Acorn that the city of Agoura Hills honored the community volunteers at city hall. It’s great that Mayor Weber honored the people who give their time to the city, but what about the Chamber of Commerce? For years the Chamber has been left out of any recognition at city hall. Mayor Weber, who is a businessman […]


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