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Investigation And Arrest Of Organized Retail Theft Duo

Investigation And Arrest Of Organized Retail Theft Duo

Nature of Incident: Investigation and Arrest of Organized Retail Theft Duo Report Number: 21-153596 and 21-163933 Location: 800 block of Los Angeles Ave., Moorpark and 2900 block of Tapo Canyon Rd., Simi Valley Date & Time: November 16th, 2021, and December 7th, 2021 Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Sheriff’s Office – Moorpark Patrol Station Ventura County […]

Assemblymember Irwin Announces Legislation On Organized Retail Theft Prosecutions

Assemblymember Irwin Announces Legislation On Organized Retail Theft Prosecutions

THOUSAND OAKS, CA- Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D – Thousand Oaks) joined Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub and Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko this morning to announce her plans to introduce legislation to respond to the recent occurrences of brazen organized retail theft in California. “We have all seen the news accounts of store clerks being […]

Shop LOCAL This Year To Help Businesses That Care 

Shop LOCAL This Year To Help Businesses That Care 

The holiday shopping season typically kicks off on Black Friday, but with shipping delays, global supply chain issues, and large crowds expected at big-name retailers, experts are urging shoppers to shop early and shop local. Although online shopping has become the norm for many during the pandemic, supporting neighborhood businesses is convenient, reduces your environmental […]

Retail Sales Plummet For Second Month In A Row, Lower Than Expected With Holiday Shopping Underway

Retail Sales Plummet For Second Month In A Row, Lower Than Expected With Holiday Shopping Underway

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR The U.S. reported lower than expected retail sales in November, marking the second straight month the figure decreased even as the holiday shopping season began. Retail sales totaled $546.5 billion in November, a 1.1% drop from October’s figures, according to a Wednesday Department of Commerce report. Economists had projected retail sales to decrease by […]

Governor Believes Businesses Can be Toggled On and Off Like Light Bulbs

Governor Believes Businesses Can be Toggled On and Off Like Light Bulbs

By Susan Evers Apparently Governor Newsom believes that businesses can reopen on a dime.  Problem is they are running out of dimes as evidenced by what I witnessed today at the Thousand Oaks Mall. I went there on my lunch break, having heard they were given the okay to reopen indoor malls.  A ghost town.  […]

Remodeled Spectrum Store Now Open in Ventura

Remodeled Spectrum Store Now Open in Ventura

Charter Communications, Inc. announced today the opening of a newly remodeled Spectrum Store in Ventura. The Spectrum store gives consumers in the Ventura area a convenient option for adding or managing their Spectrum Internet®, TV, Mobile or Voice services. “Our Spectrum stores team is here to help our local customers who need support in getting […]

Gap Planning to Reopen Hundreds of Stores in Coming Weeks

Gap Planning to Reopen Hundreds of Stores in Coming Weeks

BY ZACHARY STIEBER   Up to 800 Gap stores will reopen in the coming weeks, the company announced Wednesday. The first stores will open in Texas this weekend. Hundreds of others will welcome customers before the end of the month. Gap stores include Old Navy, Gap, and Banana Republic. A slew of changes are being implemented by the […]

Retail, manufacturing will be among first to reopen when California alters stay-at-home order

Retail, manufacturing will be among first to reopen when California alters stay-at-home order

BY SOPHIA BOLLAG Retail establishments, manufacturers, offices that can’t operate remotely and public spaces will be in the first wave of workplaces to reopen in California, but the state isn’t yet ready to make that move, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday. “We believe we are weeks, not months away from making meaningful modifications,” Newsom said, […]

Bed Bath & Beyond’s New CEO Fires Most of His Executive Circle: Reports

Bed Bath & Beyond’s New CEO Fires Most of His Executive Circle: Reports

BY JACK PHILLIPS In the midst of the holiday shopping season, the new CEO of Bed Bath & Beyond laid off most of his executive suite, according to news reports on Tuesday. The move comes weeks after the company announced it would close down dozens of stores across the United States. The firm announced six members of its […]

The ACUNA Arts Collective Team (AACT) Project in Downtown Oxnard

The ACUNA Arts Collective Team (AACT) Project in Downtown Oxnard

    by Armando Vazquez The concept of providing multiple commercial business space in one large building or adjacent building is not a novel idea. Putting together public and non-profits together in a multiservice building has been around for a while as well. What is unique about our idea of opening public space for public […]

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