State of the City address missed the mark

During the State of the City speech given by Mayor Weber last week, he touted the city motto of “Agoura Hills: The Good Life.” Although the city has hosted and promoted several activities for residents, these activities have masked the inaction of our city on the primary concerns of residents. A survey that the city sponsored revealed that the top […]

Scout project completed

DIG IN—Devin Roser, right, of Boy Scout Troop 127 in Agoura Hills, completes his Eagle project of replacing the old log benches at the fire pit at King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Devin purchased new cedar logs to use instead of the benches. The project included repairing an old fence,filling in pot holes on the […]

Sit together

The 10th annual Feast of Faiths will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Sun., Nov. 5 at the Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1201 Paseo Camarillo, Camarillo. The feast is a gathering of individuals from various religions who discuss their beliefs informally over dinner with those of other faiths. The event will bring […]

Is a mobile home for you?

commentary /// All about local parks

Here is some information if you are considering a move to a mobile home. Mobile home communities fall into two basic categories: senior parks for typically 55 years of age or older and family parks with no age restrictions. Mobile home parks are structured in three basic ways: residents own the land, residents rent the land or residents own a […]

Sports teach kids responsibility

Sports families are usually described as more than a little crazy. We travel extensively most weekends, choose sporting events or training opportunities over family vacations, and spend an obscene amount of money on athletic gear, travel, tournaments, etc. We do it for reasons that are far from crazy. We believe that what happens on the fields of intense sports instills […]

YMCA holding clothing, toy drive for foster kids

The Southeast Ventura County YMCA and Sports Academy have launched a clothing drive through November to provide new and gently used clothing and new toys for children in foster care. The drop-off points are the Y’s four branches: Triunfo YMCA, Conejo Valley YMCA, Miller Family YMCA of Newbury Park and Simi Valley Family YMCA, as well as Sports Academy at […]

Westfield Topanga rolls out red carpet

Upgraded lakefront home comes with a new Electra Craft boat

This upgraded lakefront house has water views and sits on an extra-wide lot. The outdoor kitchen has a bar, barbecue and two covered sitting areas with fire pits. The Viking/Subzero kitchen, breakfast area and formal dining room are all brand-new. The step-down living room has soaring ceilings and a fireplace nook, and opens to the expansive covered deck that overlooks […]

Aizuss new CMA president-elect

David Aizuss, a board-certified ophthalmologist from Calabasas, is the new president-elect of the California Medical Association. Aizuss formerly served as the chair of the California Medical Association Board of Trustees. He is as an assistant clinical professor of ophthalmology at the UCLA Geffen School of Medicine. Aizuss is also a medical staff member at Tarzana Hospital and West Hills Hospital. […]

Local TV star hosting cancer benefit

On the daytime TV series “Days of Our Lives,” Brady Black is a troubled character who battles drug abuse and frequently changes romantic partners. But in real life, Eric Martsolf, the actor who portrays Brady, is a down-to-earth family man. The Thousand Oaks resident has been married to Lisa Kouchak since 2003, and they have 11-year-old twin boys. The soap […]