2012-01-05

Burglar arrested



A 27-year-old Calabasas man was arrested Dec. 31 for attempting to burglarize a home in the 5300 block of Ambridge Drive. At about 3 p. m. on New Year’s eve, deputies at the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station received a 911 call concerning a possible burglary in progress. The female caller said a man was trying to enter her Calabasas home. […]

Regulars at the library



Pianist George Winston to play



Pianist George Winston will perform at 8 p.m. Fri., Jan. 20, at Pepperdine University’s Smothers Theatre, 24255 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. All of the artist’s proceeds from this benefit concert will be donated to City of Hope Cancer Research, an innovative biomedical research, treatment, and educational institution dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. In […]

Agoura Hills shuts down redevelopment agency

Supreme Court rules against RDAs


When Gov. Brown signed legislation last year that abolished California’s redevelopment agencies but allowed cities to participate in a voluntary—and expensive—RDA program, the City of Agoura Hills balked and decided to shut down its 23-yearold redevelopment agency. City officials felt extorted by the governor’s request for hefty payments to keep their local RDAs viable, and had hoped that a lawsuit […]

Santa Monica Mountains superintendent to head Yosemite Park




Woody Smeck, superintendent of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, will be hitting the dusty trails for Yosemite in the springtime. Smeck was promoted to deputy superintendent of Yosemite National Park, a job he will start in April. In the meantime, he will serve a 120- day stint as regional director for the National Capital Region, overseeing the National […]

Increase in local phone scams



Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station personnel say they have seen a sharp rise in residents reporting they’ve received suspicious phone calls seeking financial assistance for a relative abroad in need of immediate help. According to the scam, the caller to the States claims to be a relative who says they’ve been arrested in a foreign country. In most instances, the caller […]

Calendar



THURS., JAN. 5 Camarillo Democratic Club 6:15 p.m. at Orchid Building, 816 Camarillo Springs Road, Camarillo. Kim Stephenson speaks on current state of women’s rights and Obama’s achievements in this area. Contact: Marge Lorraine. Phone: 805. 389.9683. Business & Professional Women Of Conejo Valley 7 p.m. in glass banquet room behind reception, Cisco’s restaurant, 925 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. […]

Summer already?



SERVING YOUR UNIFORM



Navy Lt. Christopher T. Tate and fellow sailors of Patrol Squadron 10 “ Red Lancers” (VP-10) of Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla., recently completed their six-month deployment operating from bases in Quatar, Bahrain and Djibouti. The crew flew 6,320 flight hours during more than 900 sorties and maintained a 99 percent completion rate. Their efforts resulted in the capture of […]

Cellphone safety for kids



Many parents gave their children cellular telephones this holiday. Most new phones fall under a smartphone category. Though texting, sending photos, social networking, downloading music, watching videos and playing games are common cell phone uses, it is important that a child is mature enough to understand the hazards of cellphone use. Sending pictures over the Internet is common these days. […]


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