Youth Volleyball League registration opens

The United State Youth Volleyball League is registering for the fall 2008 season. The Calabasas league will meet 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and 10 to 11 a.m. Saturdays at Chaparral Elementary School, 22601 Liberty Bell Road. The season begins Sept. 9 and ends Nov. 1. The program teaches the fundamentals of volleyball and provides a low pressure, structured environment […]

Recruiter chooses Agoura Hills

Financial Pro Solutions, a newly formed executive search firm specializing in the placement of upper level finance and accounting professionals, announced its launch with the acquisition of the financial placement division of Agoura Hills based Wingate Dunross Associates, Inc. The new company will be operating out of Woodland Hills and run by its principal, Hal Horowitz, formerly senior vice president […]

Indian Hills students say goodbye to Calabasas campus

The 35 seniors who graduated this year from Indian Hills High School will be the last group of students to celebrate their commencement at the Calabasas campus- for a while at least. The Las Virgenes Unified School District, in a move to offset state budget cuts, has leased the Calabasas campus to a private school for the next three years. […]

Triunfo YMCA offers swimming lessons

The Triunfo YMCA summer aquatics program offers courses for all ages, ability levels and interests. Classes are held at Agoura High School’s pool, 28545 W. Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. Programs include private swim lessons, group swim lessons, parenttot classes, swim teams and junior lifeguards. Private swim lessons consist of four one-on-one sessions. Group lessons include eight sessions over a two-week […]

Time’s up for gabby drivers

The countdown is on and wheels are in motion to eliminate “DUI-C,” driving while under the influence of cellphones. A new law limiting the use of cellphones in motor vehicles goes into effect July 1. Starting Tuesday, adult drivers caught using a phone without a hands-free device can be cited. Teen drivers under 18 aren’t permitted to talk into a […]

There’s a new deputy in town

The Calabasas City Council is adding a new deputy to work primarily with teenagers in the city. The new deputy will focus on Calabasas High School and the middle schools, as well as The Commons and the new Calabasas Civic Center on weekends. After school, on weekends and in the evening, the deputy’s presence at the shopping center and civic […]

Carriero named

Wells Fargo Private Bank announced the addition of Denise Carriero of Oak Park as senior vice president and regional trust manager. Carriero, who has 25 years of experience in trust management, will be managing the trust officers in the Santa Barbara and Westlake Village offices. Carriero served as senior vice president and regional trust manager for City National Bank where […]

Indian Hills High School Class of 2008

Romy Baral, Laura Chaidez, Nicolas Delgado, Brittani Erickson, Thomas Evens, Sequoya Furru, Karen Gregor, Sabrena Gatong, Noah Hagel, Kaelyn Helfer and Kelly Hughes-Rolston Dana Ladd, Rachel Lee, Lauren Lemmens, Kyle Little, Katie Lux, Jessica Mahoney-Hume, Lindsey McCauley, Maziar Mouhebaty, Katelin Murray, Eric Newsome, Brooke Nowacki and Sarai Nunez Vincent Paolucci, Stefan PetropBailey, Jonathan Rado, Arthur Reznik, Edgar Ribachauskas, Justin Ross, […]

City hosts movie, concert

•The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will screen “The Wizard of Oz,” the second film in the Summer Movies in the Park series for 2008, on Sat., June 28 at Reyes Adobe Park, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, Agoura Hills. The movie begins at dusk and is free to the public. •The second show in the summer Concerts […]