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Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

By Kevin Harris The Ventura City Council approved resolutions adding several new projects to the previously-passed Capital Improvement Plan, covering fiscal years 2020 through 2026, during its second year review and update. The new projects were adopted during the “Public Hearing” portion of Monday night’s city council meeting.  The public hearing was presented by Public Works […]

Woman robbed at knifepoint at Ventura 76 Gas Station

Woman robbed at knifepoint at Ventura 76 Gas Station

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On March 7th at 4:06 AM the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a call of an armed robbery that just occurred at the 76 gas station at 11008 Citrus Drive. During the investigation, officers learned the suspect entered the gas station and was armed with a knife. […]

Notice to all Public Office Holders

Notice to all Public Office Holders

    By Mark Savalla Hi, my name is Mark Savalla. I have lived in Port Hueneme since 2006.  I am a Viet Nam Vet and retired police officer of 33 years.  I discovered Port Hueneme because I have had a boat in Ventura Harbor for the last 35 years.  I chose to retire here […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) celebrates 20 years of building great futures!

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) celebrates 20 years of building great futures!

BGCGCV is proud to announce that in 2021 it is celebrating 20 years since its founding. BGCGCV was founded in 2001 by Thousand Oaks resident, community leader and philanthropist Cal Johnston. He had the vision of bringing high quality, research-based youth development programming in a safe and nurturing clubhouse atmosphere to youth in the community. […]

La Conchita | Concerned Community Leads Law Enforcement to the Arrest of Several Probationers for Narcotics and Firearms Charges

La Conchita | Concerned Community Leads Law Enforcement to the Arrest of Several Probationers for Narcotics and Firearms Charges

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On February 2, 2021, in response to increased community concern reference suspected narcotics activity, the Sheriff’s Gang Unit conducted a probation search at a residence in the 6800 block of Santa Barbara Avenue in the unincorporated area of La Conchita. During a search of the residence narcotics and […]

Roommate Pleads Guilty in Stabbing Death

Roommate Pleads Guilty in Stabbing Death

Doyle Alan Johnson (DOB 7/11/65), of Ventura, pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter and admitted personally using a knife in the August 29, 2019, killing of Audrey Evans, also of Ventura. Johnson and Ms. Evans were roommates who engaged in an argument which turned into a physical confrontation.  During the confrontation, Johnson stabbed Ms. Evans multiple […]

State Invests $571 Million in Expanded Transit, Bicycle and Pedestrian Routes

State Invests $571 Million in Expanded Transit, Bicycle and Pedestrian Routes

SACRAMENTO — The California Transportation Commission (CTC) today allocated more than $571 million to address transportation needs throughout the state, an investment that will help repair highways and bridges and enhance California’s growing network of mass transit, bicycle and pedestrian routes. “Expanding access to safe walkways, bicycle routes and convenient transit options, in addition to […]

Sailor writes in, “Deployments in this time are very rough”

Sailor writes in, “Deployments in this time are very rough”

    Move America Forward Some wonderful heartfelt letters from deployed troops in Afghanistan, Iraq, other terror hot spots. Recently we’ve received several new letters from our troops on the front lines. They took the time out of their busy work day to write us a letter that we want to share with you. We’ve […]

US Capitol Goes On Lockdown After Fire Breaks Out In Nearby Homeless Camp

US Capitol Goes On Lockdown After Fire Breaks Out In Nearby Homeless Camp

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter The United States Capitol went on lockdown Monday morning as a fire broke out in a nearby homeless camp. Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Alaina Gertz told the Daily Caller News Foundation Monday that the capitol went on lockdown as a result of a fire in a homeless camp. The […]

No Fare Needed to Ride Transit in Camarillo

No Fare Needed to Ride Transit in Camarillo

Camarillo, California – Effective January 1, 2021, all public transportation in Camarillo will be at no cost, until further notice. As described in EOC-Director Order 20-4, many Camarillo residents, and workers employed by Camarillo businesses, have experienced significant losses of income due to the limitations and closures to businesses caused by the Regional Stay-at-Home Order […]