Advisor offers parents tips for college applications

Let’s be honest. The college process is overwhelming and stressful . . . for parents! It’s no wonder. Rising college costs and increased competition for admission make it harder than ever to guide our kids so they end up at the right college at the right price. Here’s my checklist for parents of college-bound teens. Run your own race It’s […]

New agent joins Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Realty welcomes Janet Dickey to the Thousand Oaks office. Dickey is pleased to work for a company that has a strong reputation built on integrity and trust, a staff to support each real estate transaction and a great company culture. Dickey’s area of expertise is the Conejo Valley. Her strengths are coaching buyers in the real […]

Grateful for regatta

I just wanted to extend a great big thank you to all the neighbors that participated in the Oak Park Holiday Parade and Regatta. This is our first year in Oak Park, and what a special treat it was to experience all the beautifully lit cars and boats. A fun tradition we’ll look forward to for years to come. Great […]

Agoura offers classes in 2018

The City of Agoura Hills will offer the following classes from Jan. 8 to Feb. 28 at the Recreation and Event Center, 29900 Ladyface Court. Call (818) 597-7361 or visit agourahillsrec.org for more information, Little Chefs classes for ages 3 through 5 will take place with Miss Devynn on Wednesdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Attendees can learn the basics […]

Shopping for Chaparral

READY FOR BUSINESS—Burbank resident Ely Pouget organizes her vendor booth at the Chaparral Elementary Holiday Boutique on Nov. 30 at the Calabasas school.

2017-12-21 E-Edition

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Community comes through

We would like to send a big thank you to our family, friends and neighbors of Oak Park who helped and generously gave to the socks and underwear drive. It was an overwhelming success with over 1,200 items collected to benefit the Ventura County Rescue Mission. We are so fortunate to be living in such a wonderful community. From the […]

Students dive in for a good cause

A GOOD CHOICE—Junior Chad Hanover, center, reacts when the teams are chosen at a 24-hour swim-athon on Dec. 16 at Agoura High. The event raises money for the Stingrays, a special needs swim club.

Beer, buddies and a blast at 14 Cannons

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Ahoy beer buffs and brew fans: Hoist up your steins for an all-things-ale blast at the 14 Cannons Brewery and Showroom in Westlake Village. Honoring an ancestor from 1776, owner Marshall Haraden has built and dedicated the brewery and many of its beers to his great, great, great, great uncle Jonathan Haraden, captain of the Tyrannicide, an American warship in […]

Bus full of love

LOAD ‘ER UP—At top, junior Cam Fouts places bottled water inside the vehicle during Stuff the Bus at Westlake High School on Dec. 7. The students rallied to aidfire victims. Above, Nick Corso with the Warrior Football Foundation helps Kathy Clarke of Oak Park with her donation. At left, sophomore Dennis Cuadra loads a bag of clothes.

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