WAGS U-14 squad wraps up winning season

The Westlake-Agoura Girls’ Softball (WAGS) U-14 team recently concluded its season with an overall record of 39-9-1 and finished in fifth place nationally. Overall, the girls won five tournament championships this season-Thousand Oaks, Placentia, Escondido and Simi Valley. In addition, they took home a district title before heading into the State Tournament. In the State Tournament, WAGS played well enough […]

‘Movie Under the Stars’ more than a film screening

MONKEY SEE, MONKEY DO-Above, Lupin Hill Elementary School third-grade student Christopher Reilly, 8, gets into the swing of things before the start of the film “Madagasgar” at de Anza Park in Calabasas on Friday. Right, Calabasas High School junior Marie Patterson, 16, volunteers for a test run in the water balloon relay during the “Movies Under the Stars” family night.

Lay down arms

In response to the letter from Patricia Ahman: The last time there was a cease fire, it gave Hezbollah the time to gather thousands of missiles to use against Israel. Hezbollah uses civilians as shields, which is why so many civilians are being killed in this war. Of course it’s a tragedy. UN resolutions don’t work. Hezbollah and other terrorist […]

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Calabasas transit no longer serving gated communities

To comply with state transit laws regarding private property, the Calabasas public transportation routes to Bay Laurel Elementary School will no longer enter gated communities. The shuttles will continue to stop on Parkway Calabasas at Park Granada, Paseo Primario, and Camino Portal, city officials said. Overall, the Calabasas public transportation program has been expanded to better serve public school areas, […]

Bridal show coming

Couples planning a wedding are invited to the Bridal Premier Bridal Show from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun., Aug. 20 at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza, 880 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. The event is also for those planning bar or bat mitzvahs and other special events. More than 65 vendors from throughout Ventura County and Los Angeles will display […]

Johnson named Ventura County Red Cross CEO

After a nationwide search that drew more than 80 applicants, the American Red Cross of Ventura County, announced that the search committee has selected Chris Johnson from Benicia, Calif., as the next chief executive officer for the chapter. Johnson has served the American Red Cross for more than a decade and is currently the communications and government relations officer for […]

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One of the keys to success lately for Simi Valley High’s head football coach Todd Borowski has been clock management. However, that management has nothing to do with how long his offense is on the field. Frustrated with the long hours from his administrative job at Simi Valley, Borowski decided to give coaching and teaching another try. When Karl Zierhut […]

Summer activities come to close

Musician Craig Newton is back by popular demand with his singa-long show for the final “feed the animals” summer program at the Leonis Adobe Museum Tues., Aug. 22 from 9:15 to 10:45 a.m. Children may feed sheep, goats, poultry, horses and two longhorns. Other program activities include games, crafts and stories. The program is designed for ages 2 to 8 […]

Local businesses lack support

It is great to see the business development workshops being started in Agoura Hills by the Agoura/Oak Park/Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce. Workshops such as this are instrumental in the growth of start-up businesses and it’s about time we had more business locally. Chambers of Commerce mean business. They assist like-minded businesspeople in growing their locally-owned businesses. The expansion of […]