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“Illuminated” Opening Reception at the Blackboard Gallery

“Illuminated” Opening Reception at the Blackboard Gallery

Camarillo, Calif.— Experience the glow of bold and colorful neon art at Studio Channel Islands Art Center (SCIART)’s newest exhibition, Illuminated, featuring the work of contemporary light artists Linda Sue Price, Lisa Schulte and David Isakson. The public is invited to the opening reception, Friday, Dec. 6, from 5 to 9 p.m., at SCIART’s Blackboard Gallery, 2222 E. Ventura Blvd., […]

Simi Man on Probation Arrested for Grand Theft

Simi Man on Probation Arrested for Grand Theft

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On November 8th 2019, Evan Briers was arrested for Grand Theft following an investigation by the Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail. On October 23rd 2019 at approximately 1955 hours, a Camarillo resident saw a male suspect rummaging through her unlocked vehicle which was parked in the driveway of a residence in […]

Wreaths Across America 2019

Wreaths Across America 2019

Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, our mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 1,600 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad. Join us by sponsoring a veterans’ wreath at a cemetery near […]

Camarillo | Former Courthouse Property Dizdar Park & Former Fire Station Property

Camarillo | Former Courthouse Property Dizdar Park & Former Fire Station Property

CAMARILLO, Calif. – The City’s Department of Community Development hosted a series of workshops where the public had the opportunity to learn about and comment on the future re-use of two Old Town properties: Former Courthouse at 2220 Ventura Boulevard; and, Dizdar Park/Former Fire Station at the southeast corner of Ventura Boulevard and Glenn Drive. […]

A Season of Remembrance

A Season of Remembrance

Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association’s “Light Up a Life” event provides comfort, solace and an opportunity for those who have lost someone to honor their loved one’s memory. For those we’ve lost near or far, recently departed or long gone, “Light Up a Life” is a thoughtful and heartfelt way to honor their memories and […]

Update from SCE on their efforts to reduce the PSPS impacts to Camarillo

Update from SCE on their efforts to reduce the PSPS impacts to Camarillo

Southern California Edison (SCE) is reviewing all circuits and regions that are heavily impacted by Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS), more specifically looking at the ability to restore the load quickly when it is safe to do so. Regarding the Estaban circuit, there are several underground locations within the Camarillo community that may be temporarily […]

City of Camarillo Finance Director to Retire

City of Camarillo Finance Director to Retire

Camarillo, California – Finance Director Genie Rocha has announced her retirement from City service, effective December 30, 2019. “I have enjoyed my work for several cities during my career, but I am particularly proud and lucky to be finishing my career as the Finance Director for the City of Camarillo’” said Ms. Rocha.  “This is […]

Camarillo Police Offer Halloween Safety Tips

Camarillo Police Offer Halloween Safety Tips

The Camarillo Police Department’s Traffic Bureau offers Halloween safety tips to ensure everyone has a ghoulishly fun time. Halloween is a time for fun with friends, family and neighbors with children trick-or-treating door-to-door. In order to assist the Camarillo community in enjoying this fun-filled holiday as safely as possible, the Camarillo Police Department has compiled […]

Ventura County Community spotlighted in New Book | Camarillo: Past & Present

Ventura County Community spotlighted in New Book | Camarillo: Past & Present

Located in the heart of Ventura County, Camarillo, named after Adolfo Camarillo, sits on the northern edge of the Oxnard Plain. Adolfo Camarillo inherited and operated the 10,000-acre Rancho Calleguas, one of the last Mexican land grants, helping Ventura County become the world’s top lima bean producer. Camarillo’s excellent climate and rich topsoil brought farmers […]

The Cancel Culture Poised to Cancel Freedom

The Cancel Culture Poised to Cancel Freedom

By Debra Tash William Becker, Founder and President/CEO/General Counsel for the boutique civil rights law firm Freedom X  gave the keynote speech, The Cancel Culture, at the October meeting of the Camarillo California Federation of Republican Women. The First Amendment, the freedom of speech, is at risk in this country.  Mr. Becker stated that not all […]

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