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Ventura Botanical Gardens Announces Re-Opening With New Hours

Ventura Botanical Gardens Announces Re-Opening With New Hours

Ventura, California —The Ventura Botanical Gardens (VBG) recently announced the COVID reopening date of Saturday, June 6. The Gardens have been closed due to both the pandemic and subsequent new construction including sponsorship sites and entrance development. With the re-opening, new COVID protocols are in play. The Merewether Welcome Center entrance is now set up […]

Suspect arrested for robbery of Santa Paula Circle K

Suspect arrested for robbery of Santa Paula Circle K

Santa Paula Police Department – Incident Press Release On Wednesday 6/03/2020 at approximately 2:22 PM, Santa Paula Police Dispatch Center received a call of a theft in progress at the Circle K located at 765 W Harvard Blvd. When patrol officers responded it was learned that a robbery had taken places, with numerous items taken from […]

Dee Dowell Memorial Scholarship Application

Dee Dowell Memorial Scholarship Application

The Ventura Police Officers’ Association (VPOA) is accepting applications for the 17th annual Dee Dowell Memorial Scholarship. The scholarships will be presented in July 2020 to honor Sergeant Darlon “Dee” Dowell, who was shot and killed on August 7, 1978. Sergeant Dowell is the only officer in Ventura’s history to die in the line of […]

Ventura | Arrest for Unlawful Sex with Minors

Ventura | Arrest for Unlawful Sex with Minors

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On 2-20-20, a minor filed a complaint with the Ventura Police Department that she was a victim of unlawful sex with a minor with Almaguer. The victim told Detectives that she knew Almaguer as “Joey Pryer” on Instagram, and he had sold her several controlled substances over several months. […]

Ventura | Our Advice: Let The Man Do His Job

Ventura | Our Advice: Let The Man Do His Job

“History Doesn’t Repeat Itself, But It Often Rhymes.” —Mark Twain Ventura finds itself staring down another multi-million-dollar budget deficit. This time we must overcome a 10% deficit, or $12 million. Most people’s attention won’t be on the budget because they’re focused on COVID-19 and the upheavals it has caused. The City Council will use the […]

Ventura | Woman battered and robbed at ATM

Ventura | Woman battered and robbed at ATM

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On may 30th at 9:53 PM the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a 911 call of an injured female near the Bank of America in the 2600 block of E. Main St. Officers, along with fire personnel responded and upon arrival contacted a 45-year-old female with non-life-threatening injuries. […]

Ventura County Protests Related to George Floyd Killing

Ventura County Protests Related to George Floyd Killing

By George Miller The Minneapolis killing of George Floyd by a police officer triggered protests, then sometimes riots, not just in Minneapolis, but in a number of cities nationwide. The events within Ventura County have been peaceful protests, occurring in Oxnard, Ventura and Thousand Oaks. Oxnard: Dozens of protesters (KEYTV says two dozen, but photos […]

Ojai | Help ID these Burglary, Vandalism, Arson Suspects

Ojai | Help ID these Burglary, Vandalism, Arson Suspects

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release During the early morning hours of 5/28/20, the above pictured suspects forcibly entered Nordhoff High School. The suspects intentionally damaged school property and started a fire causing significant property damage. If the public has information as to the identity of the suspects, please contact the Ventura County Sheriff’s […]

Understanding Pavement Management Made Easy by the City of Santa Paula

Understanding Pavement Management Made Easy by the City of Santa Paula

Santa Paula, CA – The City of Santa Paula is excited to unveil the release of two educational videos on pavement management for its residents. The first video, Pavement Management 101, provides insight into the complex process and considerations for managing Santa Paula’s streets and roads, while the second video, 2020-2025 Pavement Management Plan, overviews […]

Ventura College Foundation Weekend Marketplace Reopens May 30 and 31

Ventura College Foundation Weekend Marketplace Reopens May 30 and 31

Ventura, Calif.—The Ventura College Foundation’s Weekend Marketplace will reopen May 30 and 31 and will continue to be open every weekend. The Marketplace has been closed since March 14 when social distancing restrictions took effect because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Marketplace will initially have 39 vendor booths and will safely limit customer attendance. Prior […]

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