March 4, 2010 RSS feed / Community

Thousand Oaks tougher than other cities on accessing the sewer system

A Thousand Oaks man was recently arrested after a local citizen reported seeing him open up a manhole cover and pour something into a city sewer. More...

Speaker to discuss the discoveries from telescopes

Astronomy event a week from tonight

The Discovery Center for Science and Technology presents “Astronomical Discoveries from the World’s Largest Telescopes” with Ian McLean, UCLA professor, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. More...

Outdoor event area being proposed for the Los Robles Golf Course

An outdoor event area that could accommodate 250 people may be coming to T.O.   The new area would cover 2.4 acres at Los Robles Golf Course; it’s main use would be for weddings, said planner Claudia Pedroso.   More...

Thousand Oaks Rotary Club raises money for Special Olympics

In the summer of 1968, Olympic champion Rafer Johnson traveled to Chicago to attend the first Special Olympics event. Eunice Kennedy Shriver, also present at the event, challenged him to take the idea back to California. More...

Robotics camp offers two spring sessions

Robotics & Things will host two weeklong sessions of a spring break camp/workshop the weeks of March 29 and April 5 at Heschel West School in Agoura Hills.   More...

Angel Ball attracts pageant winners

INSPIRATIONAL STORY—Miss California Nicole Johnson of Westlake Village, left, Casa Pacifica director of operations Vicki Murphy, Casa Pacifica CEO Steve Elson and Miss Teen California Internatio More...

Shopping center hosts food, fitness event

MOVERS AND SHAKERS—Gold’s Gym fitness and dance instructor Irene Rubinsky, center, leads a dance demonstration during the Janss Marketplace “Taste of Janss and Community Health Fair. More...

Manna needs fresh produce

Manna food bank in Thousand Oaks is getting a lot of fruit this time of year, and the donations are appreciated.   Lemons, oranges and tangerines are being delivered on a daily basis.   More...

Budget input minimal because of short notice

One lone resident was heard during the public speaking section of the budget meeting on Feb. 23, when city staff presented ideas for cutting costs to the T.O. City Council. More...

Two groups of hikers rescued in the mountains

Two groups of hikers and their dogs that became lost in the Santa Monica Mountains in mid-February were found safe following an all-night search by the Malibu Mountain Rescue Team.   More...

Libraries under budget scrutiny in Thousand Oaks

A library survey approved at the Feb. 23 City Council meeting will ask those living in unincorporated areas outside of Thousand Oaks whether or not they plan to use the Thousand Oaks Library system. More...

Library foundation collecting historical photos

A group of volunteers, headed up by the Thousand Oaks Library Foundation, has initiated the Community Photo Project– Conejo through the Lens to preserve the pictorial development of the Conejo Valley for future generations, More...

Kids’ activities at Dos Vientos

•The Dos Vientos Community Center will host a Kids Movie Night from 5 to 10 p.m. Fri., March 19 in the gym, 4801 Borchard Road, Newbury Park.   The film is for children ages 6 to 12. More...

‘Take Back Our Nation’ theme of Republican women’s group luncheon reception

The Thousand Oaks Republican Women Federated will host a “Take Back Our Nation” event on Wed., March 17 at Westlake Village Inn, 32001 Agoura Road. More...

Stagecoach Inn hosts docent training days

The Stagecoach Inn Museum will sponsor new docent training from 9:30 a.m. to noon Sat., March 6, 13, 20 and 27 at the museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Road, Newbury Park. More...

Vets join animal hospital staff

Westlake Village Animal Hospital has announced the addition of two associate veterinarians to its medical staff. More...