Catching summer fever once more


Cory and I threw a baseball two Saturdays ago. As we did, I remembered the time of tiny dancers, when we all swayed to a beautiful, pointless tune. Summer is a dance. The end of school opens the warm floor of the Conejo Valley for kids to learn, play and live. There’s no structure and restraint as they flow with […]

NetSol Tech moves to Calabasas

Calabasas-based NetSol Technologies, a provider of global IT and enterprise application solutions, recently expanded its operations and moved into new offices at 24025 Park Sorrento, Ste. 410, near The Commons. The company’s new e-commerce division, Vroozi, which sells software solutions designed to improve the procurement efficiency of companies, recently signed multiple agreements with Fortune 500 companies. Officials at Vroozi said […]

School’s out, give a shout!

Some schools follow alternative path

The journey to graduation was not easy for the 17 students who received their diplomas at the Indian Hills High School commencement ceremony on June 12, but the trip to culmination was worth the effort. Students were praised and encouraged by teachers, counselors and school leaders as they received their diplomas at the Agoura High School football stadium. “We’re incredibly […]

Oak Park’s history glimpsed through movies filmed locally

The Oak Park area has been immortalized in films from the 1930s to the present. Residents can see clips from some of those films and learn about the history of their community at a free event at 5:30 p.m. Sun., June 24 at Oak Canyon Community Park. The free event, “ Oak Park in the Movies,” is cosponsored by Rancho […]

Vet hospital cares for wildlife

Doctors and staff at Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital are dedicated to taking in and treating injured and orphaned wild animals that are brought to them by members of the public. On June 12, Mayor Pro Tem Claudia Bill-de la Peña presented a certificate of appreciation from the City of Thousand Oaks to the animal hospital. For more than five decades, […]

How does your garden grow?

Eye On Local Area Stocks

City Council will declare one Chamber of Commerce

Due to a heavy agenda, the Calabasas City Council meeting will begin an hour early, at 6 p.m., on Wed., June 27. Among other things, officials are scheduled to approve a new budget for the 2012-13 fiscal year and to finalize the city’s new wireless ordinance. The council will also declare which Chamber of Commerce it will support in the […]

Girl Scouts host fun, free events

The Conejo Valley area Girl Scouts will host the following free events in Thousand Oaks for kindergartners through thirdgraders. These are not drop-off events; an adult must accompany the child. •G.S. Olympics from 10 a.m. to noon Tues., June 26 at Glenwood Elementary School. •Nature Scavenger Hunt from 4 to 6 p.m. Fri. July 13 at Conejo Creek Park North […]

Tasty way to raise funds

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