Patriots punch title game ticket

Saturday is a big day for the Viewpoint School boys’ soccer team. The Patriots will play topseeded Animo High for the CIFSouthern Section Division VI championship. Saturday’s game will take place at Downey High at noon. Viewpoint, seeded third in the division, advanced to the title game by defeating Yucca Valley 2-0 at home in double overtime Tuesday afternoon. Sophomore […]

Egg-cellent show at Hyatt Westlake

Eggs- they’re not just for breakfast anymore The 28th annual California Egg Artistry Show and Sale will be Sat. and Sun., March 10 and 11 at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza in Westlake Village. The show will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Local, national and international […]

. . . And another thing about Shea Homes

I chuckled when I read the letters in last week’s Acorn from the Calabasas “environmental community” praising the deeds of candidate Toby Keeler. While Mr. Keeler served on the planning commission twice, it should be noted that he was not reappointed by two different councils when he applied. Why? Mr. Keeler is great on accusations, such as saying the City […]

Political Cartoon

Senior scams are creeping up

By John Loesing   newstip@theacorn.com When Judi Dolan of Westlake Village called to have the air ducts in her home cleaned by a professional, she thought the $149 coupon she received in the mail would be the limit of her expense. She wound up paying $1,362 for the work, and the cost could have been even higher. Dolan said a representative […]

Citizen lifesavers honored

Ventura County citizens were honored with Lifesaving Awards by the Ventura County Fire Department at its 11th annual Awards Luncheon yesterday in Camarillo. Honorees included a 7year-old boy whose call to 911 helped save his mother, a neighbor who rushed into a burning house to rescue a baby, and two brothers who pulled a pilot from a plane wreckage. The […]

Special ed programs offered this month

The Ventura County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) will offer a variety of programs in March. +A public hearing to review the proposed annual service and budget plans for special education will be at 5:15 p.m. Mon., March 5 at 777 Aileen St., Camarillo. The service plan will describe the types and locations of services in the area, which […]

OCHS in a familiar spot

Lady Lions to play for soccer championship

This past week Martin Scorsese finally won an Oscar for his film “The Departed,” a movie about two undercover cops. It’s a flick the Oaks Christian girls’ soccer team’s playoff opponents can probably relate to. Like the characters in the awardwinning movie, the Lions’ foes have been disappearing left and right. On Tuesday at West L.A. College, OCHS sent another […]

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Hugh Grant has pretty much defined the romantic comedy over the last dozen years. Handsome, suave and utterly unassuming, he charmed his way through a series of averagetoexcellent romantic comedies. His breakout role as the love-lost Charles in “Four Weddings and a Funeral” put him on America’s map in 1994. He’s remained one of filmdom’s most relaxed (to the point […]

Incumbents, yes

Watching from the sidelines, it is interesting to see the exaggerated claims and promises of those who wish to replace Barry Groveman and Dennis Washburn on the Calabasas City Council. As is typical of so many challengers, their rhetoric may be strong but their track record is weak. The simple fact is none of the aspiring candidates have anything new […]