2011-01-27

2011-01-27 E-Edition

T-Mobile wins suit in Lindero cell tower placement

Agoura Hills’ blocking tactic fails


A two-year battle to prevent a cell tower from being built at Lindero Canyon Middle School is over. The telecommunications company T-Mobile won a lawsuit against the city of Agoura Hills, which was trying to block installation of the tower. The city mailed a letter to residents earlier this month explaining why Agoura Hills lost the federal suit. By denying […]

SHERIFF’S BLOTTER



Agoura A vandal shattered an office window valued at $1,000 in the 30400 block of Canwood Street Dec. 30. Someone caused $ 500 in damage to a vending machine at Willow Elementary in the 29000 block of Laro Drive Dec. 30. Calabasas Someone shattered the window of a car parked in the 4700 block of Park Granada Jan. 1. The […]

Early Calabasas comes to life at library




Visitors to the Calabasas Library will soon be able to browse through a collection of writings and narratives that chronicle the lives of people who settled in the Las Virgenes-West San Fernando Valley region over the last three centuries. Nestled in a small room at the back of the library, the archives include rare photographs and taperecorded oral histories of […]

Electronic recycling is easy in Calabasas



Take Your Acorn on Vacation

E-mail your photos to vacation@theacorn.com

How to submit: E-mail your vacation photo as a .jpg attachment only to vacation@theacorn.com. Include name, address, phone number and a brief description of the scene. All entries will be published after the 2011 winners are announced on either the first or second week of October 2011. Thank you!

Westlake tennis team serves up a win



How’s this for winter in Oak Park?



Abduction threat in Calabasas



The Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station received a report on Jan. 19 that a 10-year-old boy walking home from Round Meadow Elementary School in Calabasas was approached by an unknown 30- to 40-year-old Hispanic male in a white Chevrolet van. The driver asked the boy to get into the van, but the boy declined and continued walking. The van drove away. […]

At the library



Westlake Village The Westlake Village Reads Program is sponsored by the city of Westlake Village and the Friends of the Library. All of the following programs are free and open to the public on a first come, first served basis. Unless otherwise noted, events will take place in the community room at the Westlake Village Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest […]


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