2009-04-02

Students need their librarian



We are two eighthgrade students at Lindero Canyon Middle School. We are writing out of concern due to the possible termination of the job of Mrs. Jane Lofton. The two of us believe that our school would be at a major disadvantage if we were to lose such a valuable member of the Lindero staff. One of the many ways […]

Premium Location In Morrison Estates/Sutton Valley



Premium location at end of cul-de-sac in Morrison Estates/Sutton Valley. This estate with privacy backs to open space. There is a huge usable yard approximately 18,000 square feet which offers removable safety fenced pool and spa, large grass areas, patio cover, retractable awning and mountain views. This 802 model has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a 3-car garage. There is […]

SEC charges Calabasas donor in $17-million fraud case



A Los Angeles resident known for his charitable giving in Calabasas has been accused of stealing more than $17 million from investors. The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Bruce Friedman, 59, and two of his companies with securities fraud earlier this month. Friedman and his wife Wendy have been recognized in Calabasas for their generosity, and were both listed on […]

Seminar gives tips in dealing with stress



A “Success over Stress” seminar will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thurs., April 16 at the Wellness Community Valley/Ventura, 530 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. Ed Rockey, Ph.D., will offer an approach to handling stress through discussion, hands-on work, take-home activities and lifestyle suggestions. Rockey is a two-time cancer survivor and professor of applied behavioral science at Pepperdine University. […]

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Community invited to attend Chabad’s blessing of the sun



The Chabad Center invites residents to gather in the center’s back lot to gaze at the sun and recite a blessing known as the Blessing of the Sun at 9 a.m. Wed., April 8 at 30345 Canwood St., Agoura Hills. This event, called Birkat Hachamah in Hebrew, is the rarest occurrence on the Jewish calendar, which happens only once every […]

Dangerous issue



This is a plea to parents of kids who ride bikes or motorized scooters/carts on the streets of our residential neighborhoods. Please talk to your children about the potential dangers of riding in the street. Yesterday and again today young boys riding bikes and small motorized carts on Maplegrove and Buttonwood Avenues in Oak Park entered the street from behind […]

3 Bedroom Home With Views Of The Conejo Valley Hills



This 1973 Kitmanufactured home, 3 bedroom and 2 bath, with views of the Conejo Valley hills is approximately 1,200 square feet with a flowing floor plan, neutral carpeting, paneled walls, and plenty of windows throughout. The entry steps lead to a covered front porch. The living room is spacious with large windows and built-in cabinetry. The kitchen has a breakfast […]

Calabasas names Jonathon Wolfson new mayor

Groveman becomes mayor pro tem

Jonathon Wolfson was named the new mayor of Calabasas at a City Council reorganizational meeting March 25. A new mayor and mayor pro tem are elected each year by the five members of the City Council during its annual reorganization. Councilmember Barry Groveman was sworn in as the new mayor pro tem. Wolfson won his second, fouryear term on the […]

Psychotherapy group offers help



A psychotherapy group will meet at 7 p.m. every other Wednesday at Agoura Hills Senior Retreat, 5217 Chesebro Road, Agoura Hills. The next meeting will be April 1. The group is led by marriage, family and child therapist Fran Roslin. She will address the emotional issues related to national crises and will offer tools to help cope with unexpected transitions […]