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New Toys Needed | Simi Valley Police Department

New Toys Needed | Simi Valley Police Department

The Simi Valley Police Department needs some new toys indeed!! BUT, They’re not for us!! To help celebrate the holiday season, the Simi Valley Police Department is receiving new unwrapped toys and gift cards to be given to children and teens who reside in Simi Valley. The toys and gift cards will be forwarded to […]

“Merry Christmas” or “Bah Humbug”? Select Your Season’s Greeting!

“Merry Christmas” or “Bah Humbug”? Select Your Season’s Greeting!

By Deborah Baber-Savalla   On November 8, 2016 millions of Americans rejoiced at the election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States. Millions of other Americans reviled the choice of DJT as President. President Trump has been in office for eleven months now and it is the Christmas season. For […]

Last Chance | Take Metrolink Service to Riverside’s World-Famous Festival of Lights at Historic Mission Inn

Last Chance | Take Metrolink Service to Riverside’s World-Famous Festival of Lights at Historic Mission Inn

RIVERSIDE – Dec. 15 and 16 are the last two days to take advantage of Metrolink’s hassle-free, convenient and affordable service to the Festival of Lights at the Riverside Mission Inn Hotel and Spa. The Festival of Lights will continue until Jan. 6, but Metrolink’s special service to the event will end this weekend. $7 for adults, kids ride […]

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Come All Ye Faithful | Oxnard’s Christmas Tree Lane Is Open!

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Come All Ye Faithful | Oxnard’s Christmas Tree Lane Is Open!

Every year the Henry G. Oxnard Historic District decks out the houses, lawns and surrounding areas for Christmas and the holiday season. It’s spectacular!  You won’t want to miss it! The lane is open and lit from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm, December 10th – 26th. Treat yourself and your family!   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines […]

Holiday TrainFest and Toy Drive | Brightening Spirits at Los Angeles Union Station

Holiday TrainFest and Toy Drive | Brightening Spirits at Los Angeles Union Station

LOS ANGELES – The public is invited to celebrate the spirit of the season and help those in need at the Holiday TrainFest and Toy Drive at Los Angeles Union Station on December 16, 2017. The free, family-friendly event will take place from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Track 14 at Los Angeles Union Station, located at 800 N. Alameda St. […]

We WILL Parade! | 52nd Annual Parade of Lights Channel Islands Harbor

We WILL Parade! | 52nd Annual Parade of Lights Channel Islands Harbor

The 52nd Annual Parade of Lights, “Fairy Tales Afloat,” and daytime activities are planned to be held as scheduled on December 9th, the Ventura County Harbor Department announced today.  “After consulting with weather and public safety officials regarding potential impacts from the Thomas Fire, we have determined that we can proceed with this much-loved community tradition,” […]

Quite Time With Old Saint Nick | Silent Santa Giving Time To Families With Special Needs

Quite Time With Old Saint Nick | Silent Santa Giving Time To Families With Special Needs

Bright lights, seasonal show tunes and a trip to see Santa are all hallmark traditions for families celebrating the holiday season; however, for children with special needs, the experience can be overwhelming and may cause them to shy away from participating in these time-honored traditions. Sponsored by valued community partner Dignity Health, The Collection at […]

Annual Heroes and Helpers Shopping Event | Simi Valley Police Department

Annual Heroes and Helpers Shopping Event | Simi Valley Police Department

It is time to spread holiday cheer for those in need, the Simi Valley Police Department is partnering with our local Target Stores to host another highly successful Heroes and Helpers event, formally Shop With a Cop. Heroes and Helpers is a joint effort where local families are paired with a SVPD staff member for […]

Sympathetic Cops Cut Some Slack For Overzealous Family Toting Massive Christmas Tree A Massachuse

Sympathetic Cops Cut Some Slack For Overzealous Family Toting Massive Christmas Tree  A Massachuse

tts family is setting a new bar for “getting into the Christmas spirit”. Last week, police officers from the Sudbury Police Department posted a photo to Facebook of a minivan with a Christmas tree strapped to the roof.

First Lady Melania Trump Unveils Christmas at the White House 2017

First Lady Melania Trump Unveils Christmas at the White House 2017

Editor’s Note by Deborah Baber Savalla: Before relocating permanently to Ventura County, California, I lived in New York City for 30 years. I was a member of Temple Emanu-El on Fifth Avenue, the first Reform Jewish Congregation in Manhattan. I had long been in the habit of saying “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas”. It […]

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