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In Preparation for Fire Season, Off the Grid Launches FOOD RESPONDERS program in Ventura County, partnering with local businesses

In Preparation for Fire Season, Off the Grid Launches FOOD RESPONDERS program in Ventura County, partnering with local businesses

Bay Area Company Brings Award-Winning Disaster Relief Efforts to Ventura County, Expanding its Network with Local Restaurants, Food Truck Operators, Caterers and Food Purveyors to Feed Locals when Disaster Strikes Off the Grid (OTG), the Bay Area’s premier food truck and catering experience company, is preparing Ventura County for wildfire season well before disaster strikes. […]

Metrolink Launches New Saturday Service on Ventura County Line

Metrolink Launches New Saturday Service on Ventura County Line

Families can skip the traffic and explore fun destinations safely by rail through Ventura County and the Simi and San Fernando valleys starting  Memorial Day weekend  Los Angeles – Just in time for summer, and for the first time in its history, Metrolink will launch a newSaturday service on its Ventura County Linebeginning Saturday, May […]

Vaccine ‘passport’ a no-go for Ventura County Says Supervisor Long

Vaccine ‘passport’ a no-go for Ventura County Says Supervisor Long

Last week, a large group appeared before the Ventura County Board of Supervisors asking that we oppose the implementation of “vaccine passports.” Unfortunately, these individuals relied on rumors and reports we were going to vote to require “passports” to gain entry to some government facilities and/or activities.  Although there was no attempt by our Board […]

Former Deputy Sheriff Pleads Guilty to Sexual Misconduct with Inmate

Former Deputy Sheriff Pleads Guilty to Sexual Misconduct with Inmate

Former Ventura County Sheriff’s Deputy Leonard Herrera Lopez (DOB 08/06/71), pled no contest to two misdemeanor offenses involving a female inmate at the Ventura County Jail. Lopez was charged with engaging in consensual sexual activity with a female inmate, a violation of Penal Code section 289.6(a)(2), and with entering the cell of the same female […]

Sheriff unveils new dashboards to improve transparency

Sheriff unveils new dashboards to improve transparency

New dashboards are available for public use on the sheriff’s website, located at www.venturasheriff.org/transparency/, which allow the public to achieve a better understanding of the contacts deputies have with people every day throughout the county. The dashboards contain information about traffic stops, crime statistics, use of force, and data collected under the Racial and Identity […]

County of Ventura likely to reach State’s Yellow least restrictive tier 12:01 am June 2

County of Ventura likely to reach State’s Yellow least restrictive tier 12:01 am June 2

County of Ventura likely to reach State’s Yellow least restrictive tier 12:01 am June 2  Ventura, CA – The County of Ventura has reached the threshold for the least restrictive yellow tier in the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy for the first week of the required two-week period. If the County continues to meet […]

$10 Million in Federal Funding to Improve Roadways and Crosswalks throughout Ventura County

$10 Million in Federal Funding to Improve Roadways and Crosswalks throughout Ventura County

Ventura County Public Works Agency’s Roads and Transportation accepts four grants in federal funding. Ventura County Public Works Agency announced the acceptance of $10 million in federal funding to cater to four Highway Safety Improvement Program projects in various areas of the county. These important projects seek to improve roadways and crosswalks that will contribute […]

An Evening with Graham Ledger – Tickets Still Available

An Evening with Graham Ledger – Tickets Still Available

Ventura County Republican Party An Evening with Graham Ledger and VCRP DONATE Our mailing address is: Ventura County Republican Party 79 E. Daily Drive #118 Camarillo, CA 93010 PRESS RELEASE Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE    

New local book – Images of America: Ventura County

New local book – Images of America: Ventura County

Ventura County has its roots in the founding of Mission San Buenaventura during the Spanish era (1769–1821). During the Mexican era (1822–1846), expansive mission lands were divided and granted out as ranchos for individual landownership to those with political influence and to former soldiers for loyal service during the war. When California became a state […]

Ventura County High School Students Invited to Virtual Coding Event

Ventura County High School Students Invited to Virtual Coding Event

Hackathon by the Sea is May 21-22 Ventura County high school students are invited to attend the Hackathon by the Sea, a two-day computer coding event presented by the Ventura County Office of Education with support from the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Engineering & Expeditionary Warfare Center. Hacker Fund, which is a national nonprofit […]