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GCTD Introducing “Late Night Safe Rides” Shared Rides from 8pm-11pm

GCTD Introducing “Late Night Safe Rides” Shared Rides from 8pm-11pm

(Oxnard, CA) – Gold Coast Transit District (GCTD), Ventura County’s largest public transit provider, will be launching a new “Late Night Safe Rides” shared ride, demand-response service available to anyone who requires transportation within the GCTD service area from the hours of 8PM to 11PM.  The new service is intended to provide passengers an affordable […]

Court Rules Against and Sanctions City Treasurer Phillip Molina

Court Rules Against and Sanctions City Treasurer Phillip Molina

OXNARD, Calif. – A superior court judge denied a request from Oxnard City Treasurer Phillip Molina demanding unredacted versions of an investigator’s personnel report into employee complaints against Molina. Molina also sought transcribed statements of witnesses interviewed by the investigator.  The judge stated that the information Molina seeks is not discoverable in this action and […]

Santa Clara River Bike Tour

Santa Clara River Bike Tour

Friends of the Santa Clara River Ride for a Reason: Santa Clara River Bicycle Ride with FSCR Sunday May 9, 2021 9am – 1pm Friends of the Santa Clara River (FSCR) is hosting a moderately paced bike tour from Santa Clarita toward Canyon County on the Santa Clara River Bike Trail in Los Angeles County. […]

The Ventura Police Department Encourages Residents to “Go Safely” During National Bicycle Safety Month

The Ventura Police Department Encourages Residents to “Go Safely” During National Bicycle Safety Month

  Ventura, Calif. —  With over 60 miles of bicycle lanes, 35 miles of bike routes and paths, and over 400 lockers and racks, the City of Ventura is rated as a bicycle friendly community from the League of American Bicyclists. During Bicycle Safety Month, the Ventura Police Department is encouraging those out walking, driving, or riding […]

Sink your teeth into this: ‘Majorgate’ lawsuit filed on Biden’s biting dog

Sink your teeth into this: ‘Majorgate’ lawsuit filed on Biden’s biting dog

By WND Staff  WND News Center Government watchdog wants records on chomps by president’s canine In an investigation of what is being called “Majorgate,” a government watchdog has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security for the records of the biting incidents involving Joe Biden’s dog, Major. Judicial Watch said its Freedom of Information Act lawsuit […]

Pfizer Reportedly Set To Approve Coronavirus Vaccines For Teens Within A Week

Pfizer Reportedly Set To Approve Coronavirus Vaccines For Teens Within A Week

ANDREW TRUNSKY CONTRIBUTOR   The Food and Drug Administration is expected to greenlight Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine for children as young as 12 next week, clearing the way for them to get vaccinated before the new school year begins next fall. The announcement, first reported by The New York Times, would be made a month after Pfizer found that […]

Pharmacy Techs Needed!

Pharmacy Techs Needed!

  Pharmacy Techs Needed! Online classes, real teachers. Register today.  And be sure to… Like Us on Facebook… For latest news, classes and more, Like us on Facebook:  Go to  Facebook.com/ConejoValleyAdultSchool and click the Like button. A full array of classes awaits you for Spring 2021. Register now for Computer, Medical, and Enrichment classes. Online registration is available […]

County of Ventura: Covid 19 Update May 4, 2021

County of Ventura: Covid 19 Update May 4, 2021

Helen McGrath from Flying M Ranch shares her story about participating in the Farmworker COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine Program to support farmworkers in receiving vaccines. COVID-19 Update There are 55 new COVID-19 cases. There have been 3,359 new tests performed. There have been 0 additional deaths. The current R-effective (average number of people each infected person […]

Thousand Oaks Driver’s License/ DUI Checkpoint

Thousand Oaks Driver’s License/ DUI Checkpoint

  The Thousand Oaks Police Department Traffic Bureau will be conducting a Driver’s License/DUI Checkpoint on May 5th, 2021 at an undisclosed location(s) within the city limits. DUI Checkpoints like this one are placed in locations based on collision statistics and frequency of DUI arrests. Officers will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug […]

Metrolink Gears Up for an Exciting Bike Month with Free Rides During Bike to Work Week Plus a Bike Giveaway and Activities Throughout May

Metrolink Gears Up for an Exciting Bike Month with Free Rides During Bike to Work Week Plus a Bike Giveaway and Activities Throughout May

As Metrolink’s riders traveling with bikes more than doubles since March 2020, this year’s Bike Month celebration is designed to encourage more people to use Metrolink’s bike-friendly trains to explore the region  LOS ANGELES – Metrolink is gearing up for a busy Bike Month this year beginning by offering free travel during “Bike to Work Week” May […]

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