City Council puts plan for cellphone tower on hold

The Agoura Hills City Council has put OmniPoint Communications, the parent company of TMobile Wireless, on hold in its efforts to build an unmanned wireless telecommunications facility on the campus of Lindero Canyon Middle School. The planning commission had approved a conditional-use permit allowing the company to build three cell towers on the school campus. The City Council appealed that […]

Cardinals keep winning

Helping teens treat acne

Parenting a teen can be challenging as these budding adults start to assert independence by handling problems alone, but there are still many ways by which parents can guide and support their child. This might mean stepping in when it’s time to treat acne, a problem that affects almost eight out of 10 teens. Parents may be surprised to learn […]

Calabasas resident wins college’s highest honor

Jason W. Tarr of Calabasas has been named a Syracuse University Scholar, the highest undergraduate academic honor bestowed by the New York school. Tarr received a bachelor’s degree in May summa cum laude with a triple major in broadcast journalism, international relations and Spanish language and literature. He also completed the Syracuse University Renee Crown Honors Program. Tarr was awarded […]

Botanicum presents kids programs

Theatricum Botanicum will present Family Fundays, a variety of children’s entertainment, at The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga. •Peter Alsop’s Kids Koncerts presents Chumash dolphindancer, drummer and storyteller Mati Waiya at 11 a.m. Sun., July 5. For information, visit www .wishtoyo.org. •Peter Alsop’s Kids Koncerts presents Rhythm Child Norman Jones, who drums with participatory, music-making […]

Losers are winners

My 5-year-old son recently asked if he could be a loser. Let me back up a bit. About a month ago, my wife decided to walk in a community run. She was very excited to participate—as long as she could drag me along. “It’s only three miles,” my wife pleaded. “It’s good exercise; it’s for a good cause; it’s shorter […]

Kids get to meet the mayor

Westlake Village to host day-long July 4 celebration

Celebrating Fourth of July in the city of Westlake Village is a 40year family tradition. •The Rotary Club of Westlake Village will serve a pancake breakfast at 7 a.m. Sat., July 4 at the former Westlake Village Medical Center, 4415 S. Lakeview Canyon Road. The meal will include pancakes, sausages, juice and milk. The cost is $5 per individual or […]

Preventing roach infestations

You don’t want to see cockroaches in the home or anywhere near food or family, because you don’t know where they’ve been. Roaches and other insects enter homes from the outside and prefer warm, dark, humid places to live inside. They invade a house by crawling through loose door frames or baseboards, the molding around windows or cracks around cabinets. […]

Grad Facts

Calabasas High School Class of 2009 Number of Graduates: 436 Valedictorians Elena Shieh, Christina Wypych, Olivia Barry, Katherine Wei, Pallavi Basu, Carolyn Yoo, Sesere Klain, Tess Hedlund, Monica Jun, Alexander Anavim, Max Schram, Ben Chuchla, Diane Motamed, Marissa Teitelman, Jonathan Winnick, Zachary Lomis, Cyrus Rais, Lauren Chen, Meng-Yang We Salutatorians Max Mazza, Joshua Mesna, Justine Aronoff, Matthew Singer, Alexa Chaskes, […]

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