Home » Archives by category » Simi Valley / Moorpark/Fillmore (Page 2)

Reminder- Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival THIS Weekend!

Reminder- Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival THIS Weekend!

The 28th annual Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival will once again enliven Memorial Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 27 and 28, at Rancho Santa Susanna Community Park, 5005 Los Angeles Ave., in Simi Valley. The event features a full stage for each of its musical genres. The spirited music will go non-stop each day from 12 […]

Simi Council Quietly Passes Special Tax; Sorts Through Oil Pipeline Confusion and Discusses Public Transit Monday Night

Simi Council Quietly Passes Special Tax; Sorts Through Oil Pipeline Confusion and Discusses Public Transit Monday Night

By Kevin B. Harris Like a magician’s “disappearing coin” trick, the Simi Valley City Council quietly authorized a Community Facilities special tax for the Town Center Project when they included the vote as part of a 10-item, “Consent Calendar” single vote on Monday night. They also sorted through the necessary steps to establish a public […]

Moorpark Multiple Commercial Burglaries – Arrests

Moorpark Multiple Commercial Burglaries – Arrests

City of Moorpark Police Dept/VC Sheriiff   . Report Number: 2017-69726 Location: Shell Gas Station/Subway 6599 Collins, Moorpark Raspado House 14711 Princeton Ave., Moorpark La Fiesta Mexican Grill 14711 Princeton Ave., Moorpark Mayflower Market 105 E. High St., Moorpark Date & Time: 5/14/2017 4:00 A.M. Unit(s) Responsible: Moorpark Station Patrol Bureau / Moorpark Station Investigation […]

Junior Safari Summer Camp at America’s Teaching Zoo begins June 19 through August 4, enrollment now open

Junior Safari Summer Camp at America’s Teaching Zoo begins June 19 through August 4, enrollment now open

America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College is now accepting applications for enrollment for the Junior Safari Summer Camp program that runs June 19 through August 4 for children entering grades 1st through 6th in Fall 2017.  Junior Safari Summer Camp allows campers the unique opportunity to interact with the Zoo’s animal collection while participating in […]

VC Star outsources printing, puts HQ and printing plant up for sale

VC Star outsources printing, puts HQ and printing plant up for sale

The Ventura County Star announced that it has outsourced the printing of its publication to the LA Times and also put its printing plant in Camarillo up for sale. Dozens more people have been laid off. It put its headquarters on the market late last year. They plan to relocate in the area. The Star has undergone […]

Conservative AM 870 Panel:  “First 100 Days: Is America Great Again?”

Conservative AM 870 Panel:  “First 100 Days: Is America Great Again?”

By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—Salem Broadcasting KRLA 870 AM The Answer—conservative talk radio—sponsored a panel discussing the “First 100 Days:  Is America Great Again?” with Hugh Hewitt (moderator), Larry Elder (“The Sage from South Central”) and Ben Shapiro to a sold-out audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Wednesday. The verdict:  Hugh Hewitt: “Neil […]

Simi Valley Emergency Expo — Saturday May 13th!

Simi Valley Emergency Expo — Saturday May 13th!

CITY OF SIMI VALLEY ANNUAL EXPO – SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2017 HELD WITH THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STREET FAIR The City’s Office of Emergency Services will be hosting the Annual EXPO on Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. The EXPO is FREE to attend and is held in conjunction with the […]

Constituent reports on Congressman’s Steve Knight’s Town Hall

Constituent reports on Congressman’s Steve Knight’s Town Hall

By Joe Panzarello   I thought I would send you an email with a short “report” on the town hall meeting in Simi Valley with Steve Knight.  You probably had someone there anyway, but here is my take for what it’s worth.  The room was definitely packed with at least 300 attendees and media was there […]

Simi Valley Police Dispatcher of The Year

Simi Valley Police Dispatcher of The Year

April 9th-15th, 2017 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. This second week in April is set aside to recognize the thousands of telecommunicators, commonly referred to as dispatchers, for their contributions to their communities. Locally, and throughout our nation, whether a community disaster or personal crisis, 9-1-1 dispatchers are there to answer the call. They […]

Simi Valley Republican Women Federated’s 18th Annual Garden Tour – May 7th

Simi Valley Republican Women Federated’s 18th Annual Garden Tour – May 7th

SUNDAY MAY 7, 2017: 11:00AM to 4:00OPM; SIMI VALLEY; www.simigardentour.com If you love strolling through flowers, plants and wonderful landscapes, you will certainly enjoy the 18th annual Simi Valley Garden Tour.  The tour is a self guided afternoon at your own individual pace in any order you desire.   On Sunday, May 7th from 11AM to […]