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Introducing the Encino Enterprise!

Introducing the Encino Enterprise- the fourth addition to the Valley News Group family! With the influx of national and world news dominating headlines, it’s nice to take a step back and look at what’s happening closer to home. Sure breaking news affects us all, but so do the happenings going on locally, both good and bad. After all, this is the community you live in, work in and your children go to school in; the place you call home.

It is our hope with the Encino Enterprise to bring you all the local happenings of the area to keep you informed, educated and entertained! In our bi-monthly paper, we’ll cover all things community related including local issues, entertainment, real estate, health and beauty, events and many more. For the past 38 years, we have published three local newspapers – Calabasas Enterprise, Valley Vantage and Warner Center News – under the Valley News Group umbrella and are aiming to bring the same local coverage to Encino! Since this is a community paper, we would love to involve community voices. If you feel we need to be covering a certain event, let us know! Have an op-ed piece or letter to the editor? Send us an email. We welcome any and all Encino centered news pieces since our aim is to share that amongst the community.

While we will be publishing every first and third Friday of the month, we’re here 24/7 gathering the news you need to know. Email us at, tweet us @valleynewsgroup, like us on Facebook at ValleyNewsGroupWoodlandHills and check out our newly revamped website As the late editor Rodger Sterling was famous for saying, “lousy local is better than wonderful wire.” If you would like to sign up to receive the newspaper directly delivered to your inbox, email “Register Me” to and as always, happy reading!

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