Oak Park school officials are considering conducting a poll to determine why voters did not support the H6 school bond measure in November. The bond, which would have helped pay for repairs and renovations to school buildings, failed to generate the two-thirds vote needed to pass. A poll proposal is expected to be presented at the next Board of Education […]
The Ventura County Genealogical Society Inc. will host its regular monthly meeting at 1 p.m. Sat., Jan. 20 at the Ventura LDS Family History Center, 3501 Loma Vista Road, Ventura. Meetings are free and guests are welcome. Connie Moretti will speak about “Learning to love the pre1850 census.” A Torrance native, Moretti has been interested in genealogy all her life. […]
AMERICAN BEAUTY- Calabasas High School student Lindsay Shaffer holds a bouquet of hand-beaded roses she makes and sells to raise money for the Agoura Animal Shelter. Lindsay’s efforts so far have netted $1,100.
+Valley Crest Cos. of Calabasas, the largest integrated landscape services provider in the United States, announced that MSD Capital has obtained a majority ownership interest in the company. The Sperber family will continue to lead the business. +Gloria Pollack, community relations consultant for West Hills Hospital, recently received the 2006 Women of Achievement Award from the San Fernando Valley Business […]
This past November, the boys’ soccer team at Oak Park seemed lost on defense when it gave up seven goals in its first scrimmage. Things didn’t get any better in their first official game of the season against Channel Islands when the Eagles promptly gave up another seven goals. “I remember in one of the first games we were down […]
Is our future really so bleak? The year is 2027. The last child was conceived 18 years ago, and Mankind is slowly stagnating. Nobody knows why the human race has become infertile- although with a hopeless future, with every human life that much more precious, it seems we’ve become even more hell-bent on destroying ourselves. Suicide, murder, aggression and despair […]
The Howard Schuster and Helen Borland team provides service to home buyers and sellers. With experience that spans all phases of residential real estate, Schuster and Borland assist clients through each step of their transaction. Schuster has lived in the Conejo Valley since 1974. His family owned business, Schuster Construction, developed custom homes in Westlake Village and nearby communities. His […]