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Stabbing in Ventura

Stabbing in Ventura

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On June 18th at 11:38 AM,, the Ventura Police Department Command Center received calls of a fight and a stabbing victim in the alley behind the Bristol Center at Peacock Ave. and Hummingbird Street. Officers arrived and located the victim, who was found to be suffering from several […]

Ventura PD recover Stolen Vehicle after short Pursuit

Ventura PD recover Stolen Vehicle after short Pursuit

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On June 15th at 7:22PM, the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a call from the victim reporting that his vehicle was just stolen in 1200 block of Petit Ave. The victim left his vehicle running while he unloaded groceries into his residence. A short time later, an […]

34th Annual Law Day 5K to be held at Ventura Community Park

34th Annual Law Day 5K to be held at Ventura Community Park

Proceeds benefit Ventura County Bar Association and Ventura County Legal Aid, Inc Join us for the 34th Annual Law Day 5K July 1 at Ventura Community Park, 901 South Kimball Road, Ventura. The 5K race begins at 8:30 a.m., registration starts at 7 a.m. There will also be a one-mile family fun run at 9:30 […]

Ventura AT&T Store Robbed

Ventura AT&T Store Robbed

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On June 15th at at 9:29 AM, the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a call from an alarm company for the AT&T Store, 2850 Johnson Dr. reporting that the robbery alarm had been activated. When officers arrived on scene, a perimeter was set up around the business […]

Santa Paula: Measure T Commission Faces Stark Realities of Budget

Santa Paula: Measure T Commission Faces Stark Realities of Budget

 By Sheryl Hamlin The second meeting of the Measure T commission was held on June 14, 2017. The inaugural meeting was reported here. Chair Kristin Majda reported all five members present along with staff members Rick Araiza, Interim City Manager, Mike Sedell, former Simi Valley City Manager and consultant, James Cotti, city attorney, Ed Mount, […]

Brush fire adjacent to Northbound 101 FWY

Brush fire adjacent to Northbound 101 FWY

Ventura City Fire units responded to multiple reports of a vegetation fire adjacent to the Northbound 101 freeway between Seaward Ave and California Street exits. The first arriving engine company reported an approximately 20’x30’ fire, located within light brush and homeless encampment debris on the steep hillside above the freeway. The fire was contained and […]

Valley Express Offers Free Rides on July 4th

Valley Express Offers Free Rides on July 4th

 Valley Express Offers Free Rides on July 4 Heritage Valley, Calif. – Valley Express, the public bus service which services Fillmore, Piru, and Santa Paula, is proud to offer FREE rides on July 4 from 5-10 pm. The special service will be on-demand, which means you must request a ride in advance. The phone number […]

Heard It on the Grapevine – Topa Mountain Viner’s Anniversary Event

Heard It on the Grapevine – Topa Mountain Viner’s Anniversary Event

Join us at Topa Mountain Winery for our One Year Celebration featuring live music from the California soul & funk powerhouse band, ORGŌNE! Enjoy Topa Mountain wine, local food trucks, great live music and come celebrate our One Year Anniversary whilst being surrounded by the majestic Ojai Mountain Range. This event will be fun for […]

Ventura Council Tackles Golf Course Woes; Meeting Ends With Minor Progress and More Questions

Ventura Council Tackles Golf Course Woes; Meeting Ends With Minor Progress and More Questions

by Kevin Harris During Monday’s seemingly endless meeting, the Ventura City Council tried to resolve the area’s long standing issue with its debt-riddled public golf courses, on June 5, 2017. By the end of the meeting, a loosely-worded motion barely passed a Council vote, 4-3, which was still being edited after the vote was done.  […]

Santa Paula: Renovation and Relics

Santa Paula: Renovation and Relics

 By Sheryl Hamlin During the June 5, 2017 Santa Paula City Council Meeting, Gary Nasalroad presented an all-volunteer plan to refurbish the old county fire station on 8th and Santa Barbara. According to the presentation by Gary Nasalroad, the building was built in 1934. The proposed restoration plan, explained Nasalroad, grew out of the Santa […]