2011-03-31

Hilton Foundation gets final approval in Agoura




The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, a multimillion-dollar, worldwide charitable organization received final approval from city officials March 9 to build a new headquarters in Agoura Hills. The foundation, which was established in 1944 by the founder of the Hilton Hotels, carries approximately $2 billion in assets and each year gives away more than $100 million to a variety of charitable […]

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Agoura swim trio puts boys’ squad on its shoulders


These Chargers are taking charge in the pool. Vatche Kazanjian, Sammy Wolfson and Colton Douda lead the Agoura High boys’ swim team. Each swimmer offers something different. Together, they hope to lead the Chargers to a top-three finish in the Marmonte League. Most of the team is comprised of water polo players who use swimming as offseason training for their […]

Educating locals about heroin

Forum is tonight


Four Conejo Valley residents died from heroin overdose in the last two years and many more users of the potent intravenous drug came close to the same fate. Death from heroin now presents a major public health problem, local authorities say. A newly formed coalition will host a forum at Thousand Oaks High School today, March 31, to educate residents […]

Teen art show in Agoura



In partnership with the Westlake Village Art Guild, the city of Agoura Hills will sponsor a juried art show for high school juniors and seniors at the Reyes Adobe Historical Site, 5464 Reyes Adobe Road, Agoura Hills. The art show will be open for viewing during museum public hours from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., April 13 and Sun., […]

Viewpoint presents ‘Glass Menagerie’



The Calabasas Viewpoint Upper School Conservatory of Theater recently presented Tennessee William’s classic play “The Glass Menagerie” in the Ahmanson Foundation Black Box Theater. Williams wrote this “memory play” in the 1940s while working in New Orleans under the Workers Progress Administration, which supported writers and artists during the Great Depression. The play elevated Williams’ career when the Broadway production […]

Explore foster parenting



Adults can learn how they can become a partner in caring at a Foster Parenting Informational Meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. Tues., April 19 at the Ventura County Human Services Agency, 855 Partridge Drive, Ventura. More than 600 children are in foster homes in Ventura County. Every day, another child is removed from their home because they have been […]

Will new Calabasas council flush the city’s controversial septic tank law?



By Sylvie Belmond Belmond@theacorn.com     A new City Council responding to its disgruntled constituency could bring about a shift in the ongoing battle over Calabasas septic tanks.     Hours before the changing of the guard on the Calabasas council March 23, city workers conducted a code enforcement operation at a rural property in Old Topanga that rekindled lingering hostilities between […]


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