March 23, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Vote confirms Conejo Valley High School move to district office

Board support is unanimous

Scooch over, district staff. Conejo Valley High School is moving in. More...

Cops cause commotion in Westlake

More than 10 patrol cars and at least one law enforcement helicopter descended on the Truinfo Park neighborhood last Saturday in response to a reported vehicle burglary in the Santa Monica Mountains, but ultimately, no arrests were made. More...

Planes to fill local skies for unprecedented event at Cam Airport

Like a biker rally for pilots, organizer says

Local skies will be busy next month when hundreds of aircraft from around the country descend on Camarillo Airport for the largest private pilots convention on the West Coast. More...

SQUIRREL OF THE MONTH

DROPPING IN—Props to Sabrina Kirkland of Agoura Hills for this shot of a local squirrel doing all it can for a snack. More...

Celebrating unity in the community

Peace. Respect. More...

STOPPING TRAFFIC

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BRIEFS

Nominees wanted for Senior of Year The Thousand Oaks Council on Aging is accepting nominations from individuals, businesses and organizations for the 2017 Senior of the Year Award. More...

Feeders provide window to wildlife

It’s really something to watch an entire flock of redwinged blackbirds attempt to visit a small bird feeder simultaneously. More...

Wildflower of the Week

PURPLE DREAM—A new Thousand Oaks Acorn feature, Wildflower of the Week, will be provided this spring by the Conejo Open Space Foundation, which raise funds for the support and maintenance of our local public open spaces. More...

Public Wi-Fi suggested for T.O. Boulevard

Suggestion made by city’s Business Roundtable

Free wireless internet access along the city’s main thoroughfare? It could become a reality if local leaders choose to move forward with an idea put forth March 15 at a meeting of the Thousand Oaks Boulevard Business Improvement District.  More...

Work will shut down 101 access via Rancho Road

The northbound and southbound Rancho Road on-ramps will be closed this weekend so workers can modify the freeway drainage system, Caltrans said.  The dates of the closure are subject to change depending on the weather but the schedule at Acorn p More...

Local man to test knowledge on ‘Jeopardy’

Show airs Friday

Robert Weibezahl, a writer from Westlake Village and an actor in local theater productions, will compete on the game show “Jeopardy” 7 p.m. Fri., March 24 on ABC. More...

State introduces new school assessment model

Dashboard to offer more data than API scores

Maybe the API was doomed from the start. More...

Fake hair fuels fun at fundraiser

Junior Women’s Club raises $20K at Wig, Stache Party

In the spirit of charity, 200 people donned colorful wigs and fake mustaches to raise funds for local causes during the third annual Wig and Stache Party presented by the Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club. More...

Kavli Gallery exhibit open now

The Thousand Oaks cultural affairs department will present a group exhibition titled “A Certain View” through July 17, with a brunch reception to meet the artists from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. More...

Local MDs extend helping hands

Team preparing for 10-day trip to Honduras

When Dr. Edward Chambers embarked on his first medical mission to Honduras five years ago, he was stunned by the hundreds of patients who traveled for hours on foot to see him.  More...

City recruiting for trail advisory committee

Know a thing or two about local trails? More...