2015-03-19 E-Edition

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Springtime in Bloom

Don’t knock the Friendship signs

The roads, trees and sidewalks without signs might make a community look beautiful, but it is the people who give it true value. So what if there are a few signs here and there? At least the red and white signs for the Friendship Circle on Reyes Adobe are for a worthy cause, not touting some scam or suspicious scheme. […]

Digging Arbor Day

The City of Calabasas will host an Arbor Day celebration from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Sat., March 21 at Gates Canyon Park, 25801 Thousand Oaks Blvd. The event is free. The City of Calabasas was named a Tree City USA in 1998 by the National Arbor Day Foundation. Festivities will begin with a children’s tree planting activity from 9:30 […]

Scholarships are available

The Conejo Simi Moorpark Association of Realtors will award up to 19, $500 scholarships to graduating seniors who will be attending a community college, university or trade/technical school. The application deadline is May 4. The scholarships are funded by the CSMAR Public Benefit Foundation Scholarship Fund. Realtors and affiliate members work throughout the year on fundraising efforts to provide the […]

New device brings clearer vision to those with glaucoma

iStent for Glaucoma 1Glaucoma is a disease that is caused by pressure buildup behind the eye. If not treated properly, it can cause blurry vision or worse, blindness. Glaucoma affects more than 2.2 million people in the U.S. In June 2012, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first device for glaucoma so that the use of eye drops […]

Agoura woman arrested following crime spree

ID theft, credit card fraud and burglary alleged

A 34-year-old Agoura Hills woman has been accused of identity theft and a host of other crimes. According to the Ventura County Sheriff ’s Office, the woman used money obtained through illegal enterprises to rent an apartment in Agoura Hills and buy a 2014 BMW 328i at the T.O. Auto Mall. Rosel Mayor Magistrado was arrested March 5 after detectives […]


This is a response to the recent letter by Darlene McBane about signs on Reyes Adobe promoting the upcoming Friendship Circle event. It’s very interesting how we have a different take and response to these signs. Every time I pass them, it actually warms my heart and makes me happy. Why? Because I know that this wonderful organization does service […]

Rocker Eddie Money helps Kids Helping Kids

Celebration of Hope event to have comedy, live music

Rock icon Eddie Money will perform at the charity event Kids Helping Kids: Celebration of Hope at 7 p.m. Sat., March 21 at the Agoura Performing Arts Center, 28545 W. Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. Performing alongside Money will be his daughter, Jesse Money, and his sons Dez and Julian of Dez Money and The Faze; Julian is also an Agoura […]

Vintage wares are a shopper’s delight

Mobile “pop up shops” filled with vintage clothing and kitch decor will roll into Topanga Vintage Market on Sun., March 22. Ventura resident Shannon Undreiner is joining the “trailer girls” with an RV that’s been turned into the new Soda Pop Shop for her line of vintage and vintage-inspired clothing. “We just moved here from Seattle and love the flea […]

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