2006-07-27

A big Westlake Village thank you



The Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club would like to thank the city of Westlake Village and Mayor Sue McSweeney for their generous grant that truly made this year’s Westlake Village Fourth of July Parade possible. The WVJWC is also grateful to Dep. Robert Desantis of the Lost Hills Sheriff Department and Capt. McClung of the Los Angeles County Fire Department […]

Toni Hanson



Calling a l l fourlegged friends and their companions, it’s time for the ninth annual Pooch Parade on Sun., July 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the San Buenaventura State Beach Park. Coldwell Banker agent Toni Hanson will be attending again this year with her two Jack Russells, Dollie and Baley, and Skipper the Skipperkee. Toni worked with […]

Calabasas ZIP code confusion continues



Some Calabasas residents who have a 91301 ZIP code have had trouble receiving regular mail delivery. Officials say the problem might be because portions of Agoura Hills share the same ZIP code, which results in post office confusion. The Calabasas City Council is working to solve the mail delivery problem and continued efforts at last week’s council meeting by discussing […]

HypnoBirthing can ease the pain of delivery



The HypnoBirthing Institute, an international organization committed to preparing couples for calm and easier birth, has announced that comfortable birthing without the use of drugs is now available in Thousand Oaks through childbirth education classes taught by certified HypnoBirthing educator Carole Feiger at the Center for Personal Power. For more than 17 years, the HypnoBirthing Method, founded by Marie Mongan, […]

Agoura baseball standout named finalist for Aflac National Player of the Year honor



Agoura High’s Robert Stock, a star pitcher and catcher on the Charger varsity baseball team, is one of six nominees for the third annual Aflac National High School Player of the Year Award, given to the country’s top prep baseball player. The Player of the Year recipient will be presented the Jackie Robinson Award, a trophy named in honor of […]

Local band earning respect



Aspen isn’t a household name in music, according to band member George Rangel, but famed musicians often show their respect by requesting that the Thousand Oaks group open for them. Aspen, whose music some compare to The Eagles, will be the featured act at The Canyon in Agoura Hills tomorrow night. Another local band, Sea Cloud, will open the show. […]

Beware the roads



Currently, I work off of Thousand Oaks Boulevard between Westlake High School and Lindero Canyon Road. There has been a tremendous amount of road work being done which has resulted in bike cops patrolling the area and giving out numerous tickets for violating the construction traffic law’s speed of 25 mph. The signs posted are unclear as to where construction […]

Light And Open Floorplan



This stunning home has 3-bedrooms, a bonus room and 3-bathrooms. It has a light and open floorplan, and is approximately 2,586 square feet per tax assessor. This home is highly upgraded with porcelain tile floors, custom recessed lights throughout, upgraded doors and cabinet hardware. The home’s interior was recently painted with custom faux painted walls and the exterior is also […]


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