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Ventura County Public Works Agency completes phase two of the Potrero Road Bike Lane Project

Ventura County Public Works Agency completes phase two of the Potrero Road Bike Lane Project

Completion of the project will create wider roads for Class II bike lanes on both sides of the roadway The Ventura County Public Works Agency’s Roads and Transportation (VCPWA-RT) celebrated the completion of both project phases of the Potrero Road Bike Lane Project with a ribbon cutting on Sept. 10 which was attended by Supervisor […]

Local Navy Receives STEM Funding for Ventura County Robotics Competition

Local Navy Receives STEM Funding for Ventura County Robotics Competition

NAVFAC EXWC awarded $13.5k for FY21 K-12 STEM robotics programs across Ventura County PORT HUENEME, Calif. (Sept. 14, 2020) – Naval Facilities (NAVFAC) Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (EXWC) has received over $13.5k from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Research and Engineering Laboratories and Personnel to fund fiscal year 2021 For Inspiration […]

Volkswagen Moving into Ventura County

Volkswagen Moving into Ventura County

By Michael Aushenker Volkswagen Group of America Inc. is moving a design center into the new Oxnard Engineering Campus in Ventura County. Volkswagen, which had long occupied 10,000 square feet in Santa Monica, will now take all of the more than 150,000 square feet at the industrial park developed by BLT Enterprises. The campus, situated on […]

Dignity Health St. John’s Regional Medical Center to Open First All-Private-Room NICU in Ventura County

Dignity Health St. John’s Regional Medical Center to Open First All-Private-Room NICU in Ventura County

Dignity Health St. John’s Regional Medical Center is pleased to share that its new all private room Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) welcomed its first patient today, Tuesday, September 8. The Level III NICU features 20 all private rooms, allowing parents to stay close to their newborns receiving intensive care. The NICU is the first of its […]

Circle of Friends | “What the Fifties” Empowers Ventura County Women of a Certain Age to Connect

Circle of Friends | “What the Fifties” Empowers Ventura County Women of a Certain Age to Connect

By Stephanie Dufner, Freelance Writer There is an adage that rings true for many: It becomes more difficult to make friends as you get older. Newbury Park resident DeAnne Cool-Tomasi understands this. The fifty-something-year-old  launched “What the Fifties” (WTF) three years ago to connect women with other women at the midpoint of their lives. “Just […]

Metrolink Restores Service of Two Ventura County Line Trains Beginning Tuesday, September 8

Metrolink Restores Service of Two Ventura County Line Trains Beginning Tuesday, September 8

Trains are the first in a series of measured, strategic service increases focused on meeting the needs of essential workers  . LOS ANGELES – As traffic on the freeways serving the San Fernando Valley and Ventura County returns to pre-COVID levels, Metrolink is reinstating two morning trains to serve people who live and/or work in […]

Los Angeles County opens schools for special education, ESL students Sept. 14; Ventura County at this time has no plans to do likewise

Los Angeles County opens schools for special education, ESL students Sept. 14; Ventura County at this time has no plans to do likewise

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES—Los Angeles County led by Los Angeles Unified School District—the second largest public school system in the nation—will open to special education and ESL students for in-person instruction starting Monday, Sept. 14. “As long as schools can fully operate under the health officer orders, they can reopen (for these students),” said […]

Medical Examiner’s Report on Overdoses in the County

Medical Examiner’s Report on Overdoses in the County

1,651 deaths were reported to the Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office during calendar year 2019. Jurisdiction was accepted for 826 of these deaths, requiring further investigation and certification. Postmortem examinations were performed on 585 cases. Of the cases investigated, 149 deaths were due to medications, alcohol and or illicit drugs. Of the 149 deaths, 128 […]

Farmworker Household Assistance Program launched September 1

Farmworker Household Assistance Program launched September 1

County aims to help farmworkers struggling from impacts of COVID-19 Ventura, CA – On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved the program design of the Farmworker Household Assistance Program, providing up to $250,000 in county general funds to match private donations made through the Ventura County Community Foundation. The program aims to provide farmworkers financial […]

CASA of Ventura County Names New Executive Director

CASA of Ventura County Names New Executive Director

New leadership for nonprofit that trains volunteers to advocate for youth in foster care Ventura County, CA: Cassie Fernandez, a Kern County native, joined CASA of Ventura County as Executive Director in August 2020 with a wealth of experience and background in the nonprofit arena. Fernandez will manage the CASA of Ventura County program, which […]

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