Agoura Hills will improve Palo Comado


City’s third and final bridge update to begin soon Agoura Hills has come a long way from its roots as a shooting location for Paramount Pictures cowboy movies. The population has boomed, and the city has expanded its infrastructure with better roads and bridges to accommodate the ever-increasing traffic. Now that the city has finished renovating the overpasses at Kanan […]

Eyes open

Residents living in Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Chatsworth, Hidden Hills, West Hills or Westlake Village who see suspicious activity should contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department Lost Hills Station at (818) 878- 1808.

Sing along with Gilbert and Sullivan

Ventura County Gilbert and Sullivan Repertoire Company will present the second show in the 2018 Summer Concert Series, “Gilbert and Sullivan Favorites,” from 3 to 5 p.m. Sun., July 8 at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The concert will also include selections from works by Sir Arthur Sullivan and F.C. Burnand: “The Chieftain,” […]

Pick up a game at the Y

The Triunfo YMCA will host 3-on-3 basketball pick-up games from 4 to 6 p.m. this summer for boys and girls entering grades three through eight. Games will be held Tues., July 17, 24 and 31 and Aug. 7 at the Agoura High School gym, 28545 Driver Ave. Teams will have three players on the court for 10 minute, half-court, refereed […]



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City of Calabasas dedicates new $37-million Lost Hills overpass

With three years of construction coming to a close, the City of Calabasas held a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 27 to celebrate the opening of the new 101 Freeway Lost Hills overpass. More than two dozen residents and officials attended the event, including members of the Calabasas City Council, Los Angeles County Supervisors and the California Department of Transportation, which owns […]

Pro-immigrants stand their ground

CBD oils give mixed results for clients

Area healthcare professionals say more research is needed

When California legalized recreational marijuana earlier this year, THC-based products grabbed all the headlines, but tetrahydrocannabinol isn’t the only chemical compound that’s seeing expanded freedom. The easing of marijuana laws also freed up CBD, or cannabidiol, which can be derived from either marijuana or hemp plants. Unlike THC, marijuana’s psychoactive chemical, CBD does not induce a high in consumers, and […]

OP sets club fees, names director

School district breaks with Rancho Simi over child care program

Sara Ahl, former principal at Brookside Elementary School in Oak Park, has been appointed to serve as the director of extended care in the Oak Park Unified School District. The post was created when the board of education voted in January to part from Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District and run its own child care program. Rancho Simi had […]