Calabasas Water Wasters May Get Taps Turned Down

Calabasas Water Wasters May Get Taps Turned Down

You can’t shut it off completely, but the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District is warning its most egregious water wasters that they may turn their taps down if they don’t comply with new restrictions. Some of the “more wealthy” residents of the area, according to... Read more
Westfield Expansion to Open Summer 2022

Westfield Expansion to Open Summer 2022

Construction has continued non-stop during the pandemic on Westfield’s $250 million addition to their Topanga Center. Phase one of the project, which will include the 55,000 square-foot, 12-screen AMC Theatre, will open this summer. The dining, entertainment and... Read more
Falling in Line Again for Testing

Falling in Line Again for Testing

The post-holiday Omicron surge is pushing COVID numbers higher again, and as at-home tests are tough to find, people are lining up again at various sites to get a PCR test. CORE has once again opened a drive-thru test site at Pierce College. Operating hours are 10 am... Read more
Omicron – From a Hospital’s Perspective

Omicron – From a Hospital’s Perspective

With the recent surge in COVID cases – 6,500 new cases reported in the county on Wednesday –  and the easy transmission of the Omicron variant, are our hospitals prepared? According to Dr. Donald David, Chief Medical Officer of West Hills Hospital, the... Read more
Urban Coyotes on the Prowl

Urban Coyotes on the Prowl

Tinkerbell is gone. Lucas and Sparky carry scars. Throughout the neighborhood, signs for missing cats are posted on telephone poles. All assumed to have been carried off by what are now called “urban coyotes.” A Ring camera video of a pack of five running through a... Read more