2013-05-30 E-Edition

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Westlake Village officials see stable budget in the year ahead

Westlake Village will continue to receive a steady stream of revenue from its business community and popular hotels to maintain programs and services through the next fiscal year and beyond. “The city’s finances look pretty strong,” City Manager Ray Taylor said at a recent City Council meeting. General fund revenues are anticipated to reach $9.8 million by June 30, exceeding […]

Fundraising gala to feature surprise guests, food and fun

Online auction is underway

T.H.E. (Together Helping Education) Foundation will host its signature fundraising party and auction, T.H.E. Event, at the Calabasas Tennis and Swim Club on Sat., June 8. An online silent auction, which opens today, May 30, will allow party-goers to bid beforehand and have more time at the gala to mingle with other guests. Deanna Glassberg, one of the co-chairs of […]

Powderpuff antics in Calabasas

Summer comes alive with free concerts

A popular pastime on warm summer evenings is grabbing a picnic and enjoying a free outdoor concert in the park with friends and family. The Agoura Hills Concerts in the Park series will resume on June 16 with all shows starting at 6 p.m. at Chumash Park, 5550 Medea Valley Drive, Agoura Hills. All concerts are free; donations will be […]

Getting ready for state

Agoura’s Bernard, Westlake’s Smith lead local group that reaches state trackfinals

Local student-athletes have a date at state. Idrees Bernard of Agoura High jumped his way into the CIF State Track and Field Championships on Friday and Saturday at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis. Bernard, a junior, took first place in the boys’ triple jump during the Masters meet last weekend with a jump of 48.50 feet. Thousand Oaks junior Luigi […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills After a traffic stop on Kanan Road on May 15, deputies arrested a man for driving a stolen vehicle. A thief stole a $1,200 computer, $400 gaming console, $300 digital video recorder and caused $2,000 in damage to a dual-pane glass door at a home on Carrell Avenue May 14. Someone stole a $100 cellphone and a wallet […]

Sign up for summer adult softball leagues

The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services announced that packets are available for its Summer 2013 Adult Coed Softball League. Final determination of league format, deadline to register and the manager’s meeting will be Thurs., May 30. This Sunday league is scheduled to begin on June 9 at Chumash and Forest Cove Parks in Agoura Hills. For more […]

Hear Appalachian tunes at Grant Brimball Library

Jeni and Billy folk duo to perform

Appalachian folk duo Jeni and Billy will bring their family friendly Songs by the Book concert to the Grant Brimhall Library at 2 p.m. Sun., June 2, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The event is free to the public. Jeni and Billy come from different musical backgrounds that draw from Appalachian roots music. Jeni Hankins traces her vocal style […]

On the Trail

A summer primer Another summer will soon be upon us, meaning warm weather, school break and vacations. To get in gear, how about taking a trial vacation without traveling far from home? You’ll save costs and complicated preparations, see what the kids’ interests are these days, and experience the variety of entertaining and educational activities available in our own Santa […]