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Concerts in Your Car October Lineup

Concerts in Your Car October Lineup

 The Beach Boys, DJ Snoopadelic, Chris Janson, 311 and Slightly Stoopid to Headline “Concerts In Your Car™” at the Ventura Fairgrounds (Ventura, CA) – Summer may be over, but the fun is just getting started in Ventura!  In a year when large public gatherings have been rendered unsafe by COVID-19 and entertainment innovation is key, […]

TOArts Road Show presents HOCUS POCUS

TOArts Road Show presents HOCUS POCUS

  Home | Events | Directions | Contact TOArts Road Show gets ready to celebrate Halloween with a  Halloween Drive-in Movie Night! WHAT: Disney’s Hocus Pocus    WHERE: Conejo Creek South Park 1300 East Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 WHEN: Saturday, October 24th at 7:00pm   COST: $25 PER CAR   TICKETS: https://bit.ly/307m01T Tickets must be purchased in advance as tickets will not be available for […]

THE Debate: #1, September 29, 2020

THE Debate: #1,  September 29, 2020

    By George Miller The long-awaited Trump-Biden presidential candidate first debate finally occurred. Trump didn’t get removed or shot first and Biden didn’t die of Alzheimer’s or spew any demented ravings (at least not clinically). There were no major blunders and no clear victor. Neither candidate conducted himself professionally. There was name-calling, interruptions, talking […]

VOTING 2020 | Ventura County Make it Count – 4 Days to Vote In-Person – Best Way to Vote by Mail

VOTING 2020 | Ventura County Make it Count – 4 Days to Vote In-Person – Best Way to Vote by Mail

*Editor’s Note, as a service to our readers we will be running this guide to in-person/mail-in voting every day until November 3rd.  Ballots will start arriving October 2nd. If you have not gotten your ballot by October 16th please contact the election office: VenturaVote.org  Phone: (805) 654-2664 In-person voting is recommended.  You can vote in-person on […]

Southern California is held back from reopening as other regions get green light

Southern California is held back from reopening as other regions get green light

By COLLEEN SHALBY STAFF WRITER  Ten more counties progressed through the state’s reopening blueprint Tuesday, but no place in Southern California was allowed to change tiers. Butte, Contra Costa, Fresno, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara and Yolo counties moved from Tier 1, also known as the purple tier, to Tier 2, also known as the red tier. The […]

‘Shocked And Panicked’: New Yorkers Receive Invalid Ballots With Wrong Names, Addresses Sparking Confusion

‘Shocked And Panicked’: New Yorkers Receive Invalid Ballots With Wrong Names, Addresses Sparking Confusion

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR New York City residents have reported receiving ballots with wrong information, sparking confusion and a response from the city board of elections department. Multiple voters who live in Brooklyn have reported errors — including a wrong name on their ballot envelope — which would invalidate their ballots, according to Gothamist. The error was due […]

Gabbard Highlights Bipartisan Bill Seeking to Ban Ballot Harvesting After Minnesota Allegations

Gabbard Highlights Bipartisan Bill Seeking to Ban Ballot Harvesting After Minnesota Allegations

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Former Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) joined with Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) to introduce a bill this month that would put pressure on states that let third-parties collect mail-in ballots from voters, a practice known as ballot harvesting. “Right now, there are still many states in our country that allow for something called […]

The Ventura Police Officers’ Association Announces Dee Dowell Memorial Scholarship Award Winners

The Ventura Police Officers’ Association Announces Dee Dowell Memorial Scholarship Award Winners

Ventura, Calif. —  The Ventura Police Officers’ Association (VPOA) is pleased to present three scholarships to high achieving local Ventura students as the award recipients of the 17th annual Dee Dowell Memorial Scholarship.   “There is no greater honor than to be in public service,” said Officer Joseph Metz, President of the VPOA. “We are […]

City of Ventura to resume parking meter fees in downtown area

City of Ventura to resume parking meter fees in downtown area

Ventura, CA – Starting Tuesday, October 13, 2020, the City of Ventura will resume collecting regular parking fees for on-street, metered parking in Downtown Ventura. Enforcement of fee payment will also resume.  Paid parking rates of 50-cents per hour will be collected along Palm Street, Oak Street, California Street, Chestnut Street, Fir Street, and Main […]

California Controller Publishes 2019 Payroll Data for Special Districts

California Controller Publishes 2019 Payroll Data for Special Districts

SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today published 2019 self-reported payroll data for California special districts on the Government Compensation in California (GCC) website. The data cover 164,981 positions and a total of nearly $9.86 billion in 2019 wages and just under $2.83 billion in health and retirement costs for 3,093 special districts. Users of the site can: […]

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