. . . No, it’s the Chamber’s fault

Congratulations to our new mayor, John Edelston, and to the mayor of 2007, Dan Kuperberg, on their overwhelming reelection last month. Agoura Hills remains in very steady and capable hands. I would also like to comment on the Acorn’s editorial last week on the city’s “refusal” to fund our Chamber of Commerce. It was not a result of “personality conflicts” […]

In The Heart Of Westlake Village In A Gated Community

This beautiful home is in the heart of Westlake Village in a gated community. This community is built around a park and features a community tot lot, pool and spa, and has low homeowners association fees. This home is close to shopping, entertainment, restaurants and has convenient freeway access. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac street, this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home is […]


The caption for a Nov. 29 photo about the interfaith Thanksgiving service at St. Jude Catholic Church in Westlake Village did not include the name of Father Peter Foran, who was the host of the event.

Villa Esperanza opens new office

Villa Esperanza Services celebrated the opening of their Westlake Village Program Offices on Nov. 19.The offices support Villa’s Employment Program for individuals with disabilities. Cynthia Scott, representing Zev Yaroslavsky of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, attended the event and presented a proclamation to Villa for its work in the community. Mayor Sue McSweeney made a personal visit to […]

Marmonte League looks tough

Three girls' water polo teams ranked in top 10

It’s always tough to win a championship. Repeating is even more difficult. After winning the CIFSouthern Section Division II title last season, the Agoura High girls’ water polo team will now try to repeat. The Chargers’ path to the top spot, however, is perilous. AHS was one of three teams from the Marmonte League ranked in the CIF-SS Division II […]

Pray always

“When I pray I feel my heart go deeper into my God. Right here, right now, right where I am, I pray.” – Daniel Nahmod “He told them a parable on the necessity of praying always and not losing heart.” – Luke 18:1 I recall a time when I was teaching and a student asked, “Is the best time to […]

Longing for the good old days

In response to the letters submitted by Mike Stern and Bruce Sallen, may I say it is truly a shame that times have changed in the way our children must be educated and forewarned about contact with strangers. Mr. Sallen, you quoted what you did freely as a child so many years ago, but that has no bearing on the […]

Located In A Private And Quiet 55-And-Up Community

This 1bedroom, 1bath second-story condo is in a private and quiet 55and-up community in the Oaknoll Villas in Thousand Oaks. The unit has a view, new neutral carpet and flooring in the kitchen and bathroom, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, inside laundry, community pool and spa. No investorbuyer age restriction. For more information on this home listed at $215,000, call Ann or […]

Calabasas creek restoration nears completion

Calabasas’ Las Virgenes Creek Restoration Project got a helping hand from a county politician, taking in a donation that will help push the project into its final stages. Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky’s office contributed $140,000 to help fund the creek project. It should be wrapped up by the end of January, officials said. Phase I, which consists of […]

Get screened for strokes, osteoporosis

Residents living in and around the Agoura Hills area can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke. The complete screening package now includes a new heart rhythm screening, checking for irregular heartbeat which is a major risk factor for stroke. On Fri., Dec. 21 Life Line Screening will be at the Agoura Hills Senior Retreat, 5217 Chesebro […]