2020-08-27

Oni in NBA playoff bubble

David Serge isn’t the only local who spent time in the NBA bubble. Miye Oni, a Viewpoint High graduate, is a rookie guard for the Utah Jazz. The Jazz currently lead the best-of-seven first round series against the Denver Nuggets in the opening round of the Western Conference playoffs. In his first career start on Aug. 7, Oni scored 14 […]

No three-peat for Kang

There was no three-peat for Danielle Kang. The Westlake High graduate won two straight LPGA tournaments during the golf tour’s restart from the coronavirus pandemic, but couldn’t make it three in a row. After conquering the Drive On Championship and the Marathon Classic in consecutive weeks, Kang tied for fifth at the Ladies Scottish Open on Aug. 13-16. She then […]

Home school experts offer remote learning advice for parents



For many school district parents who have turned their dining rooms into classrooms ahead of the 2020-21 remote school year, the fear is real. With the state requiring remote learning in counties on the COVID watchlist, families across Los Angeles and Ventura counties are preparing for another semester of learning at home. School officials have promised this year’s remote learning […]

City offers phase two small business grants

The deadline is 5 p.m. Fri., Aug. 28 for businesses to receive second phase emergency grant money from the City of Calabasas. In June, the city approved $500,000 for its Calabasas Open Grant Program. The funds provide one-time relief to eligible Calabasas-based small businesses to assist with COVID-19 reopening costs. A $101,000 phase-two grant pool is available and applications are […]

League names local leader

Calabasas Mayor Pro Tem James Bozajian has been named vice president of the Los Angeles County Division of the League of California Cities. He was sworn in on Aug. 6. Bozajian has been serving as the organization’s secretary/treasurer. In 2021 he will assume the role of president. The position can only be held by an elected municipal official in Los […]

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How smart homes can help owners save money

Over the course of the last several months, hundreds of millions of people have sheltered in place as governments issue executive orders to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. As a result, many homes are becoming a fortress against the virus, a makeshift school, an office outpost and a daycare facility. As homeowners continue to spend more time at […]

New smoke alarms provide enhanced defense against home fires

While the office, school and home now share one roof, keeping a house and family safe has never been more important. Thanks to enhanced safety technology,homeowners can better protect against the threats of smoke, fire and carbon monoxide, allowing families to go about their busy lifestyle without skipping a beat. When upgrading protection, make sure to install alarms with the […]

Five affordable home improvements owners can do now

COMMENTARY /// DIY projects

Homeowners are spending more time at home and are increasingly finding that DIY home improvement projects can be fun, rewarding and cost-effective. Especially today when it’s important to have a comfortable, stylish home to enjoy more time with family, DIY projects are a simple way to make living spaces even better. Best of all, they empower homeowners to personalize a […]