2018-05-03

SHERIFF’S BLOTTER

Agoura Hills A burglar broke into the Conejo Simi Eye Medical Group on Kanan Road the afternoon of April 17. The perpetrator smashed a glass front window and forcibly opened a display case, causing $1,000 in damage. The victim was unable to verify how much property was taken. Calabasas A resident who was trying to sell two tickets to the […]

Our Little Lady of the Big Pines

On the Trail

When I first lived in the Wildwood area of Thousand Oaks, my landlord conditionally granted me “partial backyard privileges.” He was aware I enjoyed gardening. “If you are a good tenant, I’ll clear out all that backyard debris for you to plant a garden.” The landlord was true to his word. First I wanted to plant some trees to create […]

Craftsmanstyle home has koi pond

No neighbors in
back; only views of Wildwood Park

This Craftsman-style, singlestory home has a view of open space and is next to an entrance to the Wildwood hiking trails. No neighbors live behind the house. The house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The living room has a large picture window and a gas fireplace with a custom mantel. The country kitchen has a family dining area and […]

Local stars hitch a ride on glory road

Three records fall
at county meet


Records were broken, new personal bests were set, and nerves were racked during the Ventura County Track and Field Championships on April 27 at Moorpark High. “I’m always nervous,” said Mark Pizza, a Camarillo High junior distance runner. “Once the gun goes off, you have to forget the three days you were thinking about it before. “You just have to […]

Boys & Girls name new board chair

Longtime contributor to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley and local philanthropist Linda Catlin was named the organization’s new chairman of the board. She succeeds Jim Post. Catlin’s participation in the clubs dates back to 2008 when she served as a board member, and later was tapped as chairperson for the clubs’ annual gala fundraiser. In addition […]

Peggy Mae McLaughlin

83, beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on March 18, 2018 in her home of 60 years at Malibou Lake. Born on May 27, 1934 to Ralph and Darlene Anderson in Huntington Park, California. Married Robert McLaughlin on August 29, 1954. Moved to Malibou Lake in 1956. Preceded in death by her […]

BHHS ranks as one of nation’s topproducers

Company
is featured in RISMedia’s 30th annual Power Broker Report

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Realty, headquartered in Thousand Oaks, recently announced its ranking as the No. 353rd real estate firm in the U.S. in sales volume, according to RISMedia’s 30th annual Power Broker Report. BHHS reported a tot al sales volume of $766,349,121 in 2017, representing 1,127 closed residential transactions. “The firms represented are the nation’s most elite brokerage firms […]

Warriors are queens of the beach

 

Chances are it’s a false alarm



Under its contract with the City of Calabasas, the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station assigns three patrol cars to the community. When a burglar alarm goes off, at least two of those cars are sent to investigate. But Calabasas averages two false alarms a day, city officials say, and deputies spend too much time responding to nonemergencies. Changes need to be […]

Cancer group gala

keeps hope alive for seasons to come


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