Back to School – Or Not?

Back to School – Or Not?

This week, the County of Los Angeles announced that schools that had TK to sixth grades could open back up once they passed a safety plan. It is all well and good that the county has decided it is safe enough for small children to return to school.  But the children... Read more
For One Car Chase Suspect, It’s All Downhill

For One Car Chase Suspect, It’s All Downhill

A car chase that ended in Woodland Hills left the car and driver stuck on a fence just above Ventura Blvd. near Woodlake Bowl. The suspect, wanted for assault with a deadly weapon, took off on the wrong  side of Ventura after exiting the freeway. He made a left onto... Read more
Tiny Homes for Homeless Coming to West Valley

Tiny Homes for Homeless Coming to West Valley

“It’s a tiny solution to a huge problem,” says Ken Craft. He can state that with authority. Craft, CEO of Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission, has made it his life’s work to feed, clothe and house the homeless. He is overseeing the installation of a row of cabins or... Read more
Restaurants Scramble to Set Up…Again!

Restaurants Scramble to Set Up…Again!

The State of California and the County of Los Angeles have given approval for restaurants to once again offer limited outdoor dining as of Friday, January 29.  Good news?  Maybe. Can local restaurants gear up for outdoor dining in just three days, especially with a... Read more
Congressman Brad Sherman:  Inside the Siege

Congressman Brad Sherman: Inside the Siege

Congressman Brad Sherman started the day, January 6, as the guest speaker at a West Valley Warner Center Chamber Zoom meeting. He then left his office to check on the electoral vote counting. “It was a big day,” he recounted. “I needed to get to the House floor to see... Read more
City Approves Westfield’s “Mini City”

City Approves Westfield’s “Mini City”

The Los Angeles City Council last week unanimously approved Westfield’s Promenade 2035 Plan. The “mini city” will include a sports arena, two hotels, over 1,400 apartments and a 28-story office building, along with a grocery store and over 10 acres of green space. The... Read more