2019-07-11

Grand opening for new Pilates studio

Formation Pilates LA will celebrate its move from Calabasas to its new location with free classes, a health fair and book launch from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Sat., July 20 at 28631 Canwood St., Ste. D2., Agoura Hills. Guests can sign up for one of the free Pilates classes starting at 1:30 p.m., or just walk in for the free […]

Landscaper builds connection

Black Diamond Paver Stones and Landscape has opened a Westlake Village office to serve the Conejo Valley and beyond. Longtime area resident Keith Coburn was named regional manager for the business at 30700 Russell Ranch Road, Ste. 250. Family owned and operated since 2004, Black Diamond provides a 27-year warranty on paver installation and a lifetime warranty on paver stones. […]

Re/Max extends its reach

Re/Max Olson of Los Angeles recently opened new offices in both Moorpark and San Fernando. Rachel Reese will lead the Moorpark office at 484 E. Los Angeles Ave. Alex Aguilar will helm the San Fernando location at 707 N. Maclay Ave. The agents will service all areas in the San Fernando Valley, Conejo Valley and Simi Valley. “We recently added […]

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS

World Cup fever pitch

On heels of U.S. victory, Acorn stars keep dream alive in college circuit



The United States rules the women’s soccer world. American teams have claimed back-to-back World Cup titles, securing four championships in eight tournaments since its inception in 1991. The U.S. took home silver in 2011 and finished third in the other three World Cups. Talk about a dominant presence. The talent is rich on the national squad, and a bright future […]

Dogs have their day in Calabasas

Raptors monitor tree’s welfare



There’s a popular local band with the unusual name of “I See Hawks in L.A.” Then again, maybe it’s not so unusual, because we do tend to see a lot of hawks in the skies over Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The band’s name came to mind after a friend invited me out to her woodsy Calabasas property. A pair […]

Pet of the week

GOT THE MUNCHIES?—Munchie was found wounded during the Woolsey fire. His injuries appeared to be caused by an animal attack. Poor Munchie was put on a 6-month rabies watch, and now this healthy sociable boy is ready for adoption. Meet Munchie, ID No. A5246676 at the Agoura Hills Animal Care Center, 29525 Agoura Road. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, […]

Getting active on July 4

West Nile Virus update

On July 2, the Ventura County Environmental Health Division received confirmation from the California Department of Public Health that mosquitos sampled from the City of Ventura during the last week in June tested positive for West Nile Virus. This is the first mosquito sample collected in 2019 from Ventura County to test positive for WNV. The public is advised to […]


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