Camp counselor charged with sexual assault

A 29-year-old Agoura Hills man who has worked as a tutor for children and as a camp counselor was arrested by Ventura County Sheriff’s Department deputies on charges of sexual assault of a child. The arrest took place at the home of the accused man last week as deputies executed a search warrant. James McEnnan was charged with sexual assault […]

Paiva celebrates first anniversary


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Patriots primed for postseason run

Liberty League champion Viewpoint (14-8) is looking for another strong showing in the CIF-Southern Section Division VII baseball playoffs. Coming off last season’s runnerup finish and the departure of six key seniors, Patriot head coach Frank Pontello rallied his troops and put together another fine regular season. “Having lost all those guys, I’m really proud of how we were able […]

‘As You Like It’ at Geer theater

The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum will present William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” at 3 p.m. Sundays from June 1 through Sept. 28 at the theater, 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga. This production of “As You Like It” is set in the post-Civil Warera South. Rosalind, daughter of a banished duke, is forced to flee the court and enter […]


Longtime Agoura planning commissioner steps down

After 10 years of service on the Agoura Hills Planning Commission, Phil Ramuno has left the dais. The planning commission consists of five volunteer members who live in Agoura Hills. The panel acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council on landuse matters and recommends ways to guide the city’s physical growth by implementing its General Plan. Cyrena Nouzille […]

Group commemorates annual tournament with new book

As boys, Wynn “Biff” Sherman and John Mueller played Monopoly on their front lawns and baseball in the street, the same street that all their friends lived on. The quiet Woodland Hills neighborhood was typical of the Valley in the ’50s and ’60s, the site of years of memories. Now, more than 50 years later, seven of the kids who […]

Local Business Briefs

•Century 21 Adobe Realty hosted a recent bowl-athon for Easter Seals at Harley’s Simi Bowl. The event brought in more than $4,000. Last year the organization provided services to more than 1,500 people living with disabilities. Century 21 Adobe Realty has offices in Newbury Park and Agoura Hills. •The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold a mixer […]

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