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Top Stories: How to Live to 116; Most Desirable L.A. ZIP Codes; Shooting Suspect Surrenders

Here are the top stories from the Valley Patch sites from June 14-21.

Close out your weekend with a recap of the newsiest and most popular Patch articles from last week. Here are the five stories that topped the headlines on Valley Patch sites: 

10 Tips For a Healthy Life From The World's Oldest Person: Studio City Patch blogger Emina Bajra spent time with the world's oldest man before he died last week at age 116. Bajra's blog post about the man's tips for longevity went viral. "In memory of a man who spread happiness from his remote corner in the world, I recount ten things Jiroemon Kimura taught me about living long and living well," Bajra wrote. Her must-read post is inspirational.

Top 5 L.A. ZIP Codes Where Angelenos Want to Move: When Angelenos are looking to move, these are the ZIP codes highest on the list, according to Trulia's Metro Movers Report. Only two Valley neighborhoods made the list. Is yours one of them?

Suspect Surrenders in Northridge Slaying: A man suspected of gunning down his girlfriend of many years surrendered to Los Angeles police SWAT officers on June 14 to end a nightlong standoff in Northridge.

I Have a JobStudio City Mom blogger Susan McMartin paused to look back over two tumultuous years and give thanks for a fresh start. "The fear of being a single mom with no income was truly the most humbling time of my life. Selling jewelry to help pay for camp. Selling used clothing to pay for groceries. All the while having to show up for big meetings at the networks and studios, using make-up from my kid's long forgotten Barbie collection, finding a way to not let them know that when I was done pitching I just might take a roll of toilet paper from the bathroom because we were out at home." Patch readers rallied around Susan's post last week.

Agoura Hills Man Arrested for Allegedly Selling Illegal Drugs to Ventura County Residents: An Agoura Hills man was arrested by Ventura County Sheriff officials for allegedly selling illegal narcotics to local residents. His story caught the attention of Agoura Hills Patch readers, who made this story a top read for the week.

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