Water district honors Thomas

Agoura Hills resident Jess Thomas was honored as the May Citizen of the Month by the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District board of directors at their May meeting. Thomas has been an area resident since the 1960s and has served as president of the Old Agoura Homeowners Association since the early 1980s. In honoring Thomas, the board cited his environmental […]

Walking for a cure

In Today’s Climate, Synthetic Turf Makes Cents

Synthetic turf, artificial turf, fake grass or plastic grass is a manmade synthetic product manufactured to look like real grass. It can be made to look like the many different varieties of real grass. In most cases it looks “better than real grass.” Synthetic turf is often used on athletic fields, but there are good ways to use it on […]

OCHS football ranked in top 10

The Oaks Christian football team was ranked No. 9 nationally in a recently released preseason poll by the website www.MaxPreps.com. OCHS is expected to be led by quarterback Nick Montana, running back Malcolm Jones and lineman Cassius Marsh. Joe Montana has also joined the team’s coaching staff as a special assistant.

Poundstone to perform

Comedian Paula Poundstone, star of NPR’s weekly news quiz show “Wait Wait . . . Don’t Tell Me,” will headline a show at 8 p.m. Sat., June 13 at The Canyon club, 28912 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. Poundstone’s commentaries can be heard on NPR’s “Morning Edition.” She has written a book, “There’s Nothing In This Book That I Meant To […]


Bay Laurel hosts teacher appreciation week

Service stars

Paver Company Open Locally

After 20 years of service in Southern California, JFK Company, a Ventura County-based contractor specializing in interlocking paver installations, has recently opened a 10,000square-foot showroom at 28378 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. The company will host an open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., June 6. The event will feature experts in interlocking paving, outdoor lighting, barbecues, and green […]

Squirrel of the Month

LOOKING FOR LUNCH—Nuts, the squirrel, as he is affectionately named, peeks out from an owl house above the Oak Park Community Garden in search of his next feast on a lazy Sunday afternoon in Oak Park.

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