Beautiful Home

Beautiful 1story Westlake Village gated home, everything was completely remodeled and taken all the way down to the studs. The chef’s kitchen has stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, granite slab bullnosed counter tops and stone flooring, as well as a window that overlooks a private patio. The dining and living rooms both have raised ceilings. The living room has a […]

Luzette Vidal

Designated director of estates and previews specialist, sales associate Luzette Vidal with Coldwell Banker Westlake Village was recently congratulated for recent listings and sales transactions exceeding $30.2 million. A full-time real estate professional since 1991, Vidal’s repertoire in the buying and selling of luxury properties is vast. Her experience in residential and land representation, as well as her knowledge of […]

Jeb Adams

Jeb Adams was congratulated by Re/Max Olson & Associates for his June production totaling more than $4.1 million in sales. Adams is a consistent member of the top 100 agents in production out of 11,000 agents in the California/ Hawaii region. Adams can be reached at (818) 338-9296 or you canpayavisitto www.JebAdams.com.

Live The Dos Vientos Lifestyle

Live the Dos Vientos lifestyle at an affordable price. This light and bright 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath townhome features 1,672 square feet of living space with mountain views. The large living room has plantation shutters, gas fireplace, crown molding, recessed lighting and surround sound wiring with speakers in the ceiling. A large gourmet kitchen has Kitchen-Aid stainless steel appliances, dining area and […]

A show of appreciation

MAKING A DIFFERENCE- Members of the Marcus L. Miller African Drum and Dance Corps leap and twirl at Adolfo Camarillo High School above a banner thanking students for their previous donations to the HERO Club during the HERO fundraising kickoff on Wednesday. The student club is part of the United Nations relief program Help Educate At-Risk Orphans, or HERO, and […]

Old Town fire station now zoned for restaurant

The Camarillo City Council voted unanimously last week to rezone the long defunct fire station on Ventura Boulevard in Old Town to allow for a restaurant in a public building. The new restaurant and refurbishment of the landmark comes on the heels of a $5.5-million redevelopment project that has given the shop-lined historic boulevard a fresh look. Owned by the […]

Catering company to run library’s cafe

Camarillo Library patrons looking for a cup of coffee to go with their murder mystery or romance novel won’t have to wait much longer. The Camarillo City Council voted 5-0 last week to allow DJ’s California Catering to operate the library’s cafe. Doug and Jennifer Biggs, owners of the 16-year-old Camarillo-based catering company, agreed to a unique revenue-sharing deal with […]

Court appoints 15 new child advocates

Fifteen new Court Appointed Special Advocates were sworn in earlier this week. Each advocate, or CASA, will become a mentor to and the voice of a child in court who has been removed from the care of his or her parents because of abuse or neglect. CASA is a program of nonprofit Interface Children Family Services and the only one […]

Parents given inside look at dangers of teen drinking

Most parents don’t have a clue about the dangerous and illegal activities that go on at teen parties, experts on underage drinking said last week. A panel of medical, legal and law enforcement officials and advocates assembled at Adolfo Camarillo High School on Tuesday to discuss with some two dozen parents the widerange of dangerous consequences caused by underage drinking […]

Humphrey, longtime Camarillo resident and veterinarian, dies at 91

Weden P. Humphrey, a man many say was the quintessential country veterinarian, died last week. The 91-year-old Camarillo resident died in his home on Oct. 21. Humphrey is survived by his daughters, Karen Humphrey, 63, of Camarillo, and Karel Murphy, 56, of Newport, Ore. His son, Gary, who was killed in Vietnam in 1968, and Ruth Humphrey, his wife of […]