P-22, the famous 12-year-old mountain lion known for having successfully crossed both the 101 and 405 freeways, was captured last week and euthanized. In recent… Read More »P-22 Euthanized But May Live Forever on Hollywood Blvd.
Slow down! Everyone is rushing to get errands done before Christmas… and the results can be devastating. A fiery six-car crash Wednesday morning at Canoga… Read More »Fiery Crash Sends Three to Hospital; Closes Ventura Blvd.
Last week, Assemblymbmer Jesse Gabriel hosted his second Annual Valley Community Leadership Awards, where he recognized the achievements and contributions of 13 individuals and organizations… Read More »Local San Fernando Valley Leaders Honored
The JPA Board of Directors unanimously approved the PEIR for the Pure Water Project Las Virgenes – Triunfo (PWP), providing a pathway for the construction… Read More »
Pure Water Project Achieves Major Milestone as the Joint Powers Authority Approves the PEIR
The Encino Neighborhood Council (ENC) wishes everyone a safe and healthy holiday season. As we look forward to 2023 it’s always good to see where… Read More »Year End Message from the Encino Neighborhood Council
From one sports star to another! Trae Young, basketball player for the Atlanta Hawks, recently purchased retired NFL linebacker Clay Matthews’ Calabasas home for $20… Read More »Hot Property – From One Sports Star to Another
It’s a great way to get in the holiday spirit! That spirit is definitely strong at the Reagan Library with their brand-new, never-before-seen 5,000-square-foot Christmas exhibit,… Read More »Get in the Holiday Spirit at Reagan Library’s “American Christmas Story
Phil Swain is no stranger to the health and fitness industry. The Woodland Hills resident has been President and CEO of Yoga Works and Sports… Read More »New Studio, New Concept Focusing on Brain AND Body Health
Calabasas Mayor Mary Sue Maurer presented her State of the City Address on December 1, and focused primarily on the City Council’s new Strategic Plan,… Read More »Calabasas Mayor Presents State of the City
They are called “urban coyotes” and they have become so brazen that they are not afraid of humans. This was never more evident than in… Read More »Woodland Hills Coyote Attack Scares Residents
Councilmember Nithya Raman, Council President Paul Krekorian and Councilmember Bob Blumenfeld introduced a motion this week to set clear standards of community outreach from the… Read More »Valley Councilmembers Want Review of Van Nuys Airport Projects – Require Community Engagement
Louisville High School in Woodland Hills, a Catholic, college-prep all girls school, will host an open house on Sunday, December 4. Louisville High School provides… Read More »
Louisville High School Hosts Open House
Councilman Bob Blumenfield is hosting a holiday drive to collect jackets, canned goods, toys, blankets, hygiene products, socks and more to help children and the… Read More »Councilman Hosts Holiday Drive for Underserved
By Kathleen Sterling Residents thought it was an earthquake. At 2 am Saturday morning a speeding car lost control on Vanowen just east of Valley… Read More »Driver Disappears After Flipping Car Onto Parked Cars