2017-06-22 E-Edition

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Topanga route named state Scenic Highway

Topanga residents are an eclectic, private group who like to take the road less traveled, but lately they’re happy to go with the flow and join the others who are heaping praise on Topanga Canyon Boulevard, the main thoroughfare that runs through their community. State Route 27 is a popular, scenic byway that connects the Valley to the sea, and […]


The Calabasas Library will offer the following activities and programs at 200 Civic Center Way. All events are free and no tickets are required; however, some activities require reservations. For more information or to RSVP, when requested, call (818) 225-7616 or go online to www.cityofcalabasas.com/library. The Summer Reading Program will start Tues., June 27 and run through Sun., Aug. 6. […]

Stage is set for a fantastic Fourth

Conejo Valley residents have plenty of activities to choose from this Fourth of July, presented by the Conejo Recreation and Park District at various sites in Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park. Starting off the day will be Borchard Community Center’s annual pancake breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. at the center, 190 Reino Road, Newbury Park. A tradition for more […]

Community Memorial in Ventura slated for completion this year

Construction on the new Community Memorial Hospital in Ventura, nearly six years in the making, is expected to be completed by the end of the year. The $275-million project is “close to 90 percent done,” said Adam Thunell, senior vice president and chief operating officer of Community Memorial Health System. “We’re actually on the last lap of finishing up all […]

Path to pure water

Agoura Hills likely site for new sewer-to-tap plant

The Las Virgenes Municipal Water District said it has received a permit renewal for its Tapia water reclamation plant in Malibu Canyon, a move that will open the door to construction of a $100-million water purification facility designed to turn Tapia’s reclaimed sewer water into drinking water. Negotiations are underway to build the new plant in Agoura Hills. Since 1997, […]

Summer string concerts in Agoura

Music by Haydn, Puccini on July 8

The Agoura Hills Library will present the following free Summer String Concerts for music lovers ages 12 and up. European Kaleidoscope” will feature music by Haydn, Puccini and Taneyev at 2 p.m. Sat., July 8 at the Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center, 29900 Ladyface Court. The musicians will be Los Angeles Philharmonic violinist Paul Stein; violinists Alex Russell and […]

Calabasas is ready, too

The 40th annual Calabasas Fourth of July Lakeside Fun Run will take place at Calabasas Lake, 23400 Park Sorrento. The event will have a 4-mile run, 2-mile run, 2-mile family walk and a quarter-mile youth run for ages 12 and under. All runs will circle Calabasas Lake. Races will start at 7:45 a.m. A pet show will take place at […]

Student entrepreneurs get down to business

Who doesn’t like a good cup of Joe? Especially if it satisfies the caffeine craving while also accomplishing some good. That was the goal of Oaks Christian senior Brooke Bryan and junior Erik Hainer when they launched Catalyst Coffee, an on-campus coffee shop that delivers a superb brew while helping students earn money for a worthy cause. Students work their […]

Agoura site is the front-runner

Water district officials have their eyes on a 7-acre site in Agoura Hills for construction of their new Pure Water treatment plant that would turn reclaimed sewer water into drinking water. The Las Virgenes-Triunfo water district joint powers authority paid $100,000 to a landowner at 30800 Agoura Road for an option to buy the property within the next nine months […]