2019-03-28

Canna-business still up in the air

Ned Davis group remains unlicensed


Conejo Valley residents have waited a long time for a legal cannabis dispensary to open. They’ll have to keep waiting. Legendary Organics, the operator granted permission by the City of Thousand Oaks last July to sell to individuals with medical need, has yet to apply for a state license, The Acorn has learned. Ned Davis, a Westlake Village City Council […]

At the library

The Agoura Hills Library will offer the following free programs at 29901 Ladyface Court. Used book donations to the Book Cellar help fund these and many other programs. For details, call (818) 584 7219. For more information on the listed programs, call (818) 889- 2278 or visit lacountylibrary.org/ agoura-hills-library. Mon., April 1 at 5 p.m., the Film Screening for ages […]

Calendar

FRI., MARCH 29 Charity Luncheon And Fashion Show 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Los Robles Greens, Sunset Ballroom, 299 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. T.O. Woman’s Club sponsors. Tom Horvath sings Broadway tunes. Door prizes, raffles, drawing, silent auction, hot lunch. Funds raised go to Lutheran Social Services. Cost: $50. RSVP requested. Contact: Brenda Rim. Phone: 805.573. 6609. SAT., […]

Wood Ranch residence has three fireplaces

The entertainer’s pool home is in the gated community of Legacy Estates in Wood Ranch. The family corner-lot home features a backyard with mountain views, pool, spa, rock waterfall, pergola, large grassy play area and built-in outdoor barbecue. The foyer has newly refinished hardwood floors and volume ceilings. The room opens to a spacious living room with fireplace. The spacious […]

A legendary tale of caution

If there’s anything we’ve learned about timelines, it’s that they are made to be broken. Whether it’s the Cornerstone mixed-use development on Agoura Road in Agoura Hills, or the new Lowe’s home improvement store farther up the freeway off Wendy Drive in Newbury Park—few new developments or businesses ever open as planned. Most often, overly optimistic predictions at the outset […]

Borderline victim dedicated to helping fellow veterans

Family, friends recall Manrique’s selfless service to veterans and the community


When Dan Manrique was discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps in 2007 after four years of active duty and a deployment to Afghanistan, he struggled to transition back to civilian life. He’d joined the Marines out of high school because he wanted to travel, his mother, Elsa, said, but when he returned home after rising to the rank of sergeant, […]

Actor/musician to honor first responders

Lt. Dan Band to play free concert


In the face of the Borderline shooting and the Hill and Woolsey fires, first responders working in and around the Conejo Valley have, since November, dealt with more adversity than anyone could have imagined. To honor those who put themselves between the public and danger, actor Gary Sinise and his Lt. Dan Band are hosting a free concert April 13 […]

Remodeled townhome in Moorpark is an end unit

Community has two pools, two clubhouses and grassy areas

This remodeled townhome in Moorpark has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The end unit has been freshly painted to complement the new wood-like flooring. The kitchen has quartz countertops with subway tile backsplash and a new stainless steel stove and microwave. There is plenty storage, and the home is light and bright. The bathrooms have been remodeled with new vanities […]

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Kids make a racquet

Pro tennis players give 200
children a day of classes in Calabasas