Bicycles Blum in Agoura Hills

Just because Agoura Hills resident Mark Blum can’t ride a bike doesn’t mean he’s going to let someone else miss the experience. Blum has multiple sclerosis, uses a wheelchair and is legally blind, but he still finds a way to repair and donate bikes to the needy. Last week Blum reached a milestone–he helped repair and donate his 3,000th bike. […]

Proper protocol

Protocol Agency, Inc. of Westlake Village has announced that Paul Shepard has joined the company as national director of professional services. Shepard brings more than 20 years experience as an executive search consultant recruiting for SOX, audit, Tax, Finance, IT and C-level positions. Shepard’s business experience includes working with Fortune 1,000 companies as a management consultant, and as a manager […]

Signups underway for summer sports camps in Agoura Hills

The Agoura Hills Department of Community Services has announced that registrations are now underway for a variety of sports camps this summer for kids ages 10 through 14. Head coaches from Agoura High School’s football, soccer and basketball teams will be offering weeklong camps from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. All camps are taking place at Agoura High School. The […]

Fireworks safety guidelines a must

Every year more Americans use fireworks as part of their summer celebrations. Across the country, 47 states now allow fireworks in one fashion or another. The injury rate, based on total pounds of fireworks consumed, has been declining. In 1976 the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission set strict safety and performance standards for the fireworks industry. Since the mandate was […]

Can’t compare Agoura Village to Heschel School

Your opinion comparing Agoura Village plan with the plans to build a Heschel School is comparing oranges and apples. Our opposition is not against building the Heschel School but where they want to build it. It is an area that no one should build on. Dolores Crowley Agoura Hills

Have plans for the Fourth?

It’s that magical time of the year again, the period from the end of June when school has let out and the days seem like they last forever- until July Fourth when Americans celebrate their national birthday party until well after dark. Summer has never been more fun. This Tuesday’s Fourth of July promises to be as big and bold […]

Linda Smith

Linda Smith was congratulated by manager Chuck Lech for outstanding production for the second quarter of this year. You can depend on Linda to serve you with personalized care and professional attention for all of your real estate needs because helping people is Linda’s main purpose at Dilbeck Realtors. Her objective is to exceed your expectations with the highest degree […]

Calabasas chosen for America’s biggest Ferrari gathering

HOT CARS-The Ferrari Owners Club makes its 10th Annual Summer Run through The Commons in Calabasas on June 25. Some 150 modern and vintage Ferraris arrived on the scene, making it the biggest rally of the year for the Italian car maker. Left, Bruce Miller of Agoura Hills takes friend Steve Besbeck for a ride in his 1988 328 Ferrari. […]

Chamber chair speaks to local Rotary Club

Stephanie Warren, chairman of the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce, will be the featured speaker on Thurs., July 6 at the Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills. The club meets every Thursday at 12:10 at the Native Caf, 23536 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. For more information: call (818) 888-0138.

The Dodgers win the pennant!

BIG BLUE-The Dodgers of Agoura Pony Baseball captured the Pinto National Division championship with a 9-8 win over the Cardinals. They did so in come-from-behind fashion, scoring two runs in the sixth inning. Pictured in the front row are: Connor Harpole, Dylan Rabin, Micah Moss, David Friedl, Jeff King and Taylor Smyth. Middle row: Nick Baumann, Cameron Staley, Nick Bergen, […]

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