Oak Park

At 2:30 a.m. March 25 on Kanan Road at Deerhill Road, police arrested a motorist for possession of marijuana while driving. A thief stole $3,000 worth of property from a garage in the 6000 block of Alexander Court between 11 p.m. March 22 and 7 a.m. March 23.

High Street seeks directors

The new season for The Theater on High Street in Moorpark will open in September and will run through August 2007. The foundation is soliciting proposals from local community theater directors before establishing its proposed season. Any director interested in presenting a proposal should call foundation President Ralph Mauriello at (805) 529-7580, regarding the data required for the proposal. The […]

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Q: It can be very expensive for relatives and friends to travel with only short notice when a death occurs. What are bereavement fares? Can the body be held more than two or three days or until reasonable airfares can be obtained? A: In today’s society, where family members often live far apart, travel arrangements to attend a funeral without […]

This Lynn Oaks Home Features Newer Heat And Central Air

This Lynn Oaks 4bedroom, 2.5-bath home features more than 2,000 square feet of living space, newer heat and central air, copper plumbing, Spanish tile roof, newer Paver entry and driveway, master with sitting area, walk-in closet and large balcony with views. The backyard has a covered patio, grassy area and newly redone in-ground spa. For more information on this property […]

School’s future remains uncertain

Part I of Two Parts For the first time since kindergarten, Kyle Crane has experienced a successful year at school. Kyle is a ninth-grade student at Weyland Academy in Camarillo, a privately owned special education school that operates on public funds. But the school lost most of its 18 students from the Conejo Valley to the city of Ventura last […]

Tax assistancavailable

Free income tax assistance will be provided for seniors and lowto moderate-income persons through April 15, sponsored by the AARP and the Ventura County Commission on Human Concerns in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service. Participants should bring a copy of their 2004 tax return and materials to complete the 2005 tax return. For more information, please call Bob Harper […]

More than a spoonful of sugar

Heschel West staff attends Jewish education seminar

From March 19 to 21 in Boston, staff members of the Heschel West Day School in Agoura Hills attended the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE) Assembly for Jewish Day School Education. In attendance were Principal Jan Saltsman; Judy Einbund, director of admissions; David Rifkind, outgoing board president; Roger Bloxberg, incoming board president; and Steven Raft, vice president of […]

Film fest announces lineup

Malibu International festival runs April 7 to 10

With its focus on quality, not quantity, the seventh annual Malibu International Film Festival returns to Malibu and Santa Monica for four days, April 7-10. The opening night offering, “Rising Son: The Legend of Skateboarder Christian Hosoi,” will be screened at Santa Monica’s Aero Theatre and will be followed by 70 independent films, 53 of them making their premieres. An […]

Acorns are sprouting

Last year, The Acorn newspaper celebrated its 30th anniversary as the voice of the Las Virgenes community. Earlier this week, April 3 to be exact, local residents Jim and Lisa Rule observed their own special anniversary. The Rules assumed ownership of The Acorn 10 years ago on this day in 1996, but instead of one, the family-owned business now produces […]

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