Chabad to welcome Jewish New Year

Services will be at Sheraton Hotel

Chabad of the Conejo will hold its High Holiday services in the grand ballroom of the Sheraton Hotel, 30100 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Auxiliary services will take place at eight other locations throughout the area. Rosh Hashanah will be celebrated starting the evening of Sun., Sept. 9, and Yom Kippur begins the evening of Tues., Sept. 18. The services are […]

Coldwell Banker agent recognized for his consistent production in 2018

Manager Tom Dunlap has once again commended Kevin Cordasco of Coldwell Banker for his recent and consistent production during the first half of 2018. “Kevin is one of the most knowledgeable and conscientious agents I have ever met, and he truly cares,” Dunlap said. Cordasco has appeared in Coldwell Banker’s Top 100 of Southern California numerous times in the past. […]

Hunting Trump

I just wanted to take a moment to thank Linda LeVine for her poignant letter appearing Aug. 23. LeVine and her granddaughter obviously are rational, caring and sensitive human beings, which I’m not sure exist in large numbers. Anytime I mention to virtually anyone that I think dead animals hanging on the walls of offices, restaurants or homes is disgusting, […]

Dignitaries to honor victims of train crash

10-year anniversary of Metrolink collision in Chatsworth

It was rush hour Fri., Sept. 12, 2008, when the unthinkable happened. A Union Pacific Railroad freight train headed south at about 40 mph at 4:22 p.m. exited a tunnel near Chatsworth and came face-to-face with northbound Metrolink Train No. 111, which was traveling at about 43 mph on the same track and carrying 127 passengers.. The head-on collision that […]

One against three for LVUSD board

Three veteran incumbents on the Las Virgenes Unified School District Board of Education will be challenged by a newcomer to the town when the Nov. 6 election rolls around. West Hills resident and Marine Corps veteran Kiyomi Kowalski came to LVUSD from Los Angeles Unified School District in search of a better education for her son, who is now a […]

Estate on nearly 3 acres in gated Sherwood Country Club overlooks seventh fairway

Backyard has covered patio pavilion with automated screens, fireplaces

This estate is within the guard-gated community of Sherwood Country Club. Totally private, the sprawling property of approximately 2.95 acres overlooks the seventh fairway of the Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. The Southern-style property has nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The house comes fully equipped with top-of-the-line appointments, appliances and interiors. The main floor features a large covered porch, double staircase […]

There when you need them

MSAR volunteers to the rescue

People who work in a high-risk job—soldiers, firefighters, police—will often say they do it because it’s work that has to be done, not because they want recognition or medals. But sometimes they get them anyway. Members of the Malibu Search and Rescue team, an all-volunteer organization, recently won eight awards at the Reserve Peace Officers Conference in Sacramento, which is […]

Kanan crash kills driver

A Pacoima resident died Aug. 22 when his car went over an embankment on Kanan Road in the Santa Monica Mountains north of Malibu. Jose Martinez Olmos, 24, was driving alone north on Kanan Road toward Agoura around noon last Wednesday when he tumbled over an embankment near tunnel No. 3. As there were no other vehicles involved in the […]

Little Ranchers get to know big critters

ON THE FARM—Above, Calabasas residents Gave Silverstein, 2; Shawn Silverstein, 4; and Max Tabak, 4, watch a blacksmith make horseshoes during Little Ranchers Day last month at the Leonis Adobe Museum. Right, 5-year-old Wesley Wright of Woodland Hills feeds the animals at the Old Town Calabasas museum and farm.

Back to School Sunday packed with activities

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