City council reorganizes

The Calabasas City Council will reorganize at 7:30 p.m. on Wed., March 15 at Calabasas City Hall. After Mayor Barry Groveman steps down, Dennis Washburn, one of the original city council members, is scheduled to become mayor for the fourth time. James Bozajian is expected to be named mayor pro tem. Calabasas rotates the role of mayor every year among […]

Westlake Village hosts disaster response drill

Moorpark Musketeers

Head coach: Scott Fullerton (12th season) Last season’s results: 18-12, 9-6 in league (3rd in Marmonte) Biggest losses: Cody Dee, C; Nick Dingman, 3B; Justin Bogoyevac, SS; Drew Dowl, P/1B; Brett Hunter, P/OF; John Bostwick, P Notable returnees: Ryne Intlekofer, SS; Adam Barry P/1B; Josh Butler, 3B; Cody Gabrielson, RF/P Impact newcomer: Cory Goldsmith, junior, P Pitching ace: Adam Barry […]

Symphony to showcase piano and trumpet music

The New West Symphony will spotlight piano and trumpet music during the next Masterpiece Series concert at 8 p.m. Sat., March 11 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Piano virtuoso Marc-Andr Hamelin will make his New West Symphony debut as soloist for two of Dmitri Shostakovich’s works: Concerto No. 1 in C Minor for Piano, […]

This Home Has A Great Floorplan

This home has a great floorplan with 4-bedrooms and 2.5-bathrooms in nearly 2,200 square feet and has a loft with extra storage areas. It opens up to a ceramic tile floor entry and an inviting formal living room as well as a formal dining room. The informal family room has a sliding glass door to the rear yard and a […]

Federal agent tackles local crime

Following the terrorist attacks of 9/11, federal agencies came to realize their inability to quickly and accurately share information. Critics said this lack of interagency cooperation was a fatal flaw that failed to prevent the devastating attacks. In response, President George W. Bush created the Department of Homeland Security in 2002 as a means of bringing together a number of […]

Free seminar for seniors

A free seminar for seniors and caregiver families on “Legal and medical-who can speak for you when you can’t” is scheduled from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Tues., March 14 at the Senior Concerns Adult Day Center, 401 Hodencamp Road, Thousand Oaks. Session leaders will be Betty Berry, Senior Concerns advocate and state-certified health insurance community educator, and Deborah Sutherland, an […]

Thousand Oaks Lancers

Head coach: Frank Mutz (1st season) Last season’s results: 13-11, 6-8 in league (tied 5th in Marmonte) Biggest losses: David Fonseca, SS; Eric Guillen, 2B Notable returnees: Ian Brown, OF; Adrian Glenn, P; Marcus Whithorne, P Impact newcomer: Kyle Jones, junior, SS Pitching ace: Adrian Glenn Biggest bats: Ian Brown, Chris Hannick Overview: Head coach Frank Mutz takes over for […]

Free concert this Sunday

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Randy Stonehill will present a free concert at 5 p.m. Sun., March 12 at Gateway Church, 29646 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Stonehill, whose discography spans more than 31 years, is often compared to veteran rock and pop artists like Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, Paul McCartney and Elton John. For more information, call Linda at (818) 889-4147.

Steve Young

Chuck Leko, broker/ owner of Century 21 Adobe Realty, recently announced that Steve Young recently earned the Century 21 System’s Centurion Producer award following his continuous sales success. The Centurion Producer award honors sales associates that earn $185,000 in sales production within a calendar year. Young will be presented with a statue and lapel pin, in addition to being recognized […]

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