2011-06-09

2011-06-09 E-Edition

New Reyes bridge worth the wait

Agoura six-lane overpass opens to traffic


Agoura Hills officials and other dignitaries dedicated the longawaited Reyes Adobe bridge in a ceremony held June 4 on the clean pavement atop the new overpass. Mayor Harry Schwarz called the completion of the $8.4-million freeway bridge a “momentous time in the history of Agoura Hills,” adding that the city first started talking about the project more than a decade […]

Felony vandalism at Westlake High




Four Westlake High School students have been expelled and charged with felonies after allegedly breaking windows at the school’s newly renovated theater and trashing a classroom last month, according to a Thousand Oaks police detective. Students Kevin Post, Kyle Clements, James Helo and Waziya Dupris, all 18, are scheduled to appear in court June 9 on charges of felony vandalism […]

Moment of Beauty



Meeting to explore home-based Jewish education



Those interested in establishing home-based Hebrew and Judaic education classes for grades kindergarten through seven will meet at 7 p.m. Mon., June 13 at a private home in Agoura Hills. The program is called JEWELS (Jewish Education, Wisdom, Ethics, Hebrew Literacy and Service). In the program, students learn about their Jewish heritage through games, discussion, song, dramatic role-playing, mitzvah projects, […]

Satirist to perform



Satirist Roy Zimmerman will present “Live From the Starving Ear,” his one-man show of songs and humorous commentary on such topics as the tea party, creationism, guns, taxes and Barack Obama, from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Sat., June 11 at the Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Community Forum, 3327 Old Conejo Road, Newbury Park. The San Francisco humorist has been […]

Leading Edge Skin Care Offers Variety Of Services



Mitra Tahvildarian, owner of Leading Edge Cosmetic Laser Surgery and along with an American board certified plastic surgeon, bring the best skin rejuvenation treatment and skin care products which combine cryogenic stem cell and a 100- percent natural and organic skin care system, blending organic vitamins, minerals, essential fats, enzymes and natural antioxidants. There are absolutely no harmful chemicals used. […]

Calabasas Council rejects Martin nomination




With a 4-1 vote, the Calabasas City Council declined to confirm a nominee selected by Councilmember Lucy Martin for the city’s planning commission. The denial, which occurred at a May 25 council meeting, was a first for Calabasas. In April, officials confirmed numerous appointments for individuals who had already begun their terms on the planning commission and various advisory panels. […]

DUI checkpoint on June 11



Los Angeles County Malibu/ Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station will conduct a DUI/driver’s license checkpoint at an undisclosed location within Agoura Hills from 6 p.m. Sat., June 11 through 2 a.m. Sunday. A similar checkpoint is set for Malibu starting 6 p.m. Fri., June 10. The checkpoint is designed to stop drivers who are alcohol impaired. Also, drivers will be checked […]

Universal Love Foundation collecting goods for young tornado victims



Universal Love Foundation, a nonprofit foundation, will sponsor a Community-to-Community backpack drive through June 22. Contributions may be dropped off at the foundation’s House of Hope Grief and Loss Center, 28720 Canwood St., Suite 104, Agoura Hills on Mondays and Wednesdays between 2 to 5 p.m., or by appointment by calling (805) 231-3618. The foundation will ship the backpacks directly […]


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