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Big Brothers Big Sisters | Ventura County’s Mentors of the Year announced

Big Brothers Big Sisters | Ventura County’s Mentors of the Year announced

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County (BBSVC) is honored to announce the agency’s “Bigs of the Year,” a recognition awarded to the volunteer mentors who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to their “Littles” (youth mentees) and who have gone above and beyond in their efforts for the agency as well as the greater community. “We’re […]

Daylight Savings Time–Spring Ahead Tonight!

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LA County Declares Coronavirus State of Emergency

LA County Declares Coronavirus State of Emergency

By George Miller With 6 new cases identified in LA County, officials today declared  a state of emergency to help slow the spread of the potentially deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) which is sweeping the world. We saw portions of the live announcement on KTLA.   LA County Coronavirus FAQ MORE Officials stressed that it is not […]

National Racial Justice Organizations Join Together to Map Hardest to Count Communities of Color for the 2020 Census

National Racial Justice Organizations Join Together to Map Hardest to Count Communities of Color for the 2020 Census

A broad-based collaborative of racial equity organizations, are uniting to support a shared goal of a complete count of all communities of color through the 2020 Census. The groups – Advancement Project, National Office (AP), Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), Demos, Faith in Action (FIA), National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), […]

Statement: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on potential use of Naval Base Ventura County – Point Mugu for quarantine

Statement: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on potential use of Naval Base Ventura County – Point Mugu for quarantine

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), working closely with the Department of Defense and other federal partners, is taking all reasonable steps to address an evolving public health emergency. As part of that effort, Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) – Point Mugu may receive American travelers coming through Los Angeles International Airport […]

Ventura County Grand Jury Announces Open House

Ventura County Grand Jury Announces Open House

Ventura County residents have an opportunity to meet the 2019-2020 Ventura County Grand Jurors and tour the Grand Jury Chambers on March 12, 2020.  The public may meet the Grand Jurors between 1 PM and 3 PM, review Grand Jury reports and ask questions about Grand Jury service.  The Grand Jury offices are located at […]

Update from Ventura County Public Health on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus

Update from Ventura County Public Health on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus

Ventura, CA – The Ventura County Public Health Department continues to take steps to prevent the spread of 2019 novel coronavirus. The health and wellbeing of the community remains Public Health’s top priority. In Ventura County, as in counties across the US, the threat to the general public for contracting the coronavirus remains low. There […]

Apply for Stan Daily Scholarship – Students in the Pleasant Valley area

Apply for Stan Daily Scholarship – Students in the Pleasant Valley area

The Stan Daily Scholarship is offered to students living in the Pleasant Valley area, including Camarillo, Somis and the Santa Rosa Valley. An award of $1,000 may be given to the graduating senior who produces the best piece of original research (approximately 750 words) related to the history of the Pleasant Valley area.  Past essays […]

Foster VC Kids celebrates community support by changing name to longtime tagline Homes with Heart VC  

Foster VC Kids celebrates community support by changing name to longtime tagline Homes with Heart VC  

Ventura County Children and Family Services’ successful family recruitment initiative is changing their name to longtime tagline, Homes with Heart VC. The change is due to the outpouring of support from the community, who graciously open their homes to youth and children in care and speaks more genuinely to the mission behind recruitment, to find loving […]

Community | Simi Valley Police Department to Offer Citizens Police Academy

Community | Simi Valley Police Department to Offer Citizens Police Academy

The Simi Valley Police Department is proud to offer a Citizens Police Academy to members of the community. The Citizens Police Academy program is designed to increase understanding of the operational policies and procedures of the Police Department and the Ventura County Criminal Justice System. Students receive instruction from representatives of the Simi Valley Police […]