October 27, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Survey shows many elderly unaware of services

A recent survey of senior residents of Thousand Oaks revealed that many aren More...

Health & Wellness

Early detection of prostate cancer stressed

There may be good news for men with prostate cancer. With early diagnosis, radical treatment may not be necessary. More...

Women learn about ‘Life After Early Breast Cancer’

According to a recent nationwide survey, many women said they want information about their risk of breast cancer recurrence, yet some of these women also say they haven More...

Pets can spread disease to kids

You can protect your pets and your family from hidden dangers. Consider the case of Christopher Ronan. He was just like any other 4-year-old boy More...

Calendar

THURS., OCT. 27 Chamber Luncheon Calabasas Chamber of Commerce hosts a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento, Calabasas featuring speaker Jeff Levy from KNX 1070. More...

Schools

Playing games of chance

BILL SPARKES/Acorn Newspapers FEELING LUCKY More...

CVUSD students named National Merit semifinalists

Fourteen seniors from Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) high schools qualified as semifinalists for the 2006 National Merit Scholarship Awards. More...

Helpers needed to teach reading

Koreh L.A., the Los Angeles Jewish Coalition for Literacy, is looking for volunteer More...

Business

Westlake firm names new VP

Westlake Village-based 360 Systems, a developer of advanced video products for broadcasters and content producers, recently announced the appointment of Philip Cox as executive vice president. More...

Accountant trades calculator for subs

Darlene Butscher, a senior consulting manager with more More...

Police

Newbury Park Police arrested someone for possession of drugs and drug intoxication at 2:45 p.m. Oct. 16 in the 3600 block of Spanish Gate Drive. More...

Faith

Church to host Harvest Festival

Newbury Park First Christian Church is hosting its annual Harvest Festival from 5 to 9 p.m. Mon., Oct. 31. More...

Westlake Church has new home

The Westlake Church of Religious Science will host the official grand opening of its new home at Watercourt at 10 a.m. Sun., Nov. 6. More...

United Methodist Women to host holiday boutique

A Holiday Boutique and Alternative Christmas Gift Market will be offered from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Nov. 5 in Alton Hall at the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, 1049 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. More...

Letters

Vote yes on 7374, 75, 76, 77

Regarding the propositions, especially No. 76, the Conejo Valley Unified School District Board of Education is completely out of control. If you had an opportunity to review the Oct. More...

He likes 73, 74, 75, 76, 77

Finally, the people can take back our government in Sacramento. More...

Dunn out of step with CVUSD trustees

After reading Mr. Dunn More...

Editorials

New owners of retirement center should postpone their rent increase

The new owners of Castle Hill Retirement Village should reconsider their rent increase. They called for a substantial increase effective in December only weeks after the former owner hiked the rent by 12 percent in September. More...

Seniors frustrated by proposed Castle Hills rate hike

Senior citizens, many of them residents of Castle Hill Retirement Village, addressed the Thou More...

City to review rules on mobile home park closures

Responding to residents More...

Turn clocks back on Sunday

It More...

Bush visits Reagan Library to help open new exhibit

With President George W. More...

Community

Three arrested in pot bust

Two Moorpark men and a Woodland Hills resident were arrested in Thousand Oaks at about 9 p.m. Wed., Oct. 19 in connection with drugs and weapon possession. More...

We have new phone number

The Thousand Oaks office of the Acorn Newspapers has a new phone number, (805) 3678232. More...

P6 can enclose its patio

Despite nearby residents More...

On the Town

Full Story

Spooky drama coming to Rubicon

Rubicon Theatre Company will conclude its seventh season More...

Local artists to support Many Mansions project

Local artists from Clay Studio, Cal State Channel Islands, and Moorpark College have donated more than 300 hand-made ceramic bowls to the inaugural Many Mansions Bowls of Hope Project, a benefit scheduled for Sun., Nov. More...

Sports

Running back Marc Tyler: Oaks Christian’s other superstar

Just about every guy needs a good wingman. Batman had Robin. Malone had Stockton. Maverick had Goose. More...

T.O.’s Packard captures singles golf title; Westlake wins team competition at Marmonte League Championships

At the beginning of the girls More...

WHS girls’ volleyball squad takedown Moorpark in three games

The Westlake girls More...

Pets

Gently used soccer, sports equipment needed

Please donate any used soccer or sports equipment for the less fortunate children of Rwanda, Africa. More...

Family

Horsing around

JANN HENDRY/Acorn Newspapers FOUND TREASURE More...

Strapping up for service

BUCKLING UP FOR SAFETY More...

Star Party open to public

The Ventura County Astronomical Society will host a public Star Party at 8 p.m. Sat., Nov. 5 at the Charles Temple Observatory on the campus of Moorpark College, Moorpark. More...

Columns

The location: Roads or freeways near golf courses, driving ranges or baseball fields without proper barriers More...

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Real Estate

Located Near Schools and Shopping

This is a very nice about 1,537 sq. ft. townhome with three bedrooms and two baths, all done in neutral colors. More...

Donna Cheney

Donna Cheney, Bonnie Kronfeld and Steve Matura of Century 21 Adobe Realty Recognized for top listings More...

Jordan Cohen

Jordan Cohen, estate director at Re/Max Olson & Associates, Inc., estate bro More...