I am proud to endorse the candidacy of James Bozajian in his bid for reelection to the Calabasas City Council. His tenure as a three-term councilmember and three-term mayor has earned him respect from his council peers for his dedication and his knowledge, and from the citizens of Calabasas for his many achievements and his advocacy on their behalf. I […]
Fern Rice joins the Zane Widdes team of seasoned real estate professionals. As a fulltime real estate agent, Rice is highly motivated to serve her clients with their goals, wants and needs at heart. She feels honesty, integrity and ethics are of utmost importance. Rice is known for her proactive approach, dedication and commitment to her clients. Rice feels that […]
SLIP SLIDING AWAY—Nathan Bloom, left, and Myles Morbeck, both 5, enjoy a snow slide at Oak Hills Elementary School’s second annual Neighborhood Preschool Carnival on Jan. 31. Proceeds help pay for school activity equipment.
The Ventura County Fire Department recently received two grants from the Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company. The fire department has received more than $120,000 in grant money from Fireman’s Fund during the last two years through the company’s philanthropic mission of supporting local fire departments across the country. The grant program is designed to provide equipment, training and educational tools to […]
The Oak Park High School golf team is selling discounted tickets to the Northern Trust Open, which will be from Mon., Feb. 16 to Sun., Feb. 22 at the Riviera Country Club. Daily grounds tickets, valued at $30, can be purchased for $15. The tickets can be used for any day of the tournament. To pay by check, make checks […]
If the old saying is true that a man’s home is his castle, then the bedroom is a personal sanctuary and should be decorated to reflect individual taste. For some, bedrooms provide escapes from daily life, places to shut the door and decompress. Others want uplifting, light or peaceful spaces. Still others wish for invigorating places where they wake and […]
I am supporting Mary Sue Maurer for reelection to the Calabasas City Council. Ms. Maurer has a good voting record on community, environmental and development issues. She has been responsive to citizen questions and concerns. Ms. Maurer is the only City Council candidate who is not a lawyer, and therefore brings a more practical and common sense approach to civic […]
Prudential California Realty’s Westlake Village/ North Ranch office congratulated Terry Holland as their Top Listing agent in August, September, October and November. He was also Top Producer for September and October. He can be reached at (805) 551-5119.
By Stephanie Bertholdo firstname.lastname@example.org An Agoura youth basketball team for eighth- through 12th-grade girls was disbanded in December following the suspension of one girl for playing too rough. Other teams threatened to forfeit their games out of fear of being injured. Agoura High School athlete and local basketball player Jennifer Hobbs reportedly was suspended from the league following a flagrant […]
The numbers reflect the size of the problem—one in five Americans, or 60 million people, have a pituitary disease, and most don’t realize it, said Robert Knutzen of Thousand Oaks. Among the symptoms are headaches, mood swings, memory loss, eating disorders, weight gain, excessive hair growth, weakness in limbs and sexual dysfunction. Knutzen has been working to educate doctors and […]