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St. John’s Regional Medical Center to Offer Free Hello Health: Living Well with Diabetes Program

St. John’s Regional Medical Center to Offer Free Hello Health: Living Well with Diabetes Program

Free pre-diabetes and diabetes self-management program John’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC), a Dignity Health hospital will host, Hello Health: Living Well with Diabetes, a self- management program tailored to provide education and resources for individuals affected by diabetes. This free, six-month program is designed to provide those living with diabetes and pre- diabetes the tools […]

Free Workshop for English as a Second Language (ESL) Volunteer Tutors

Free Workshop for English as a Second Language (ESL) Volunteer Tutors

Laubach Literacy of Ventura County is offering a free workshop to help volunteers learn to become English as Second Language (ESL) tutors of adults. The next workshop will be held Saturday, April 29 (from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM); lunch will be provided.  The workshop will be held at Barrister Executive Suites in Ventura; directions […]

Oxnard PD conduct Property Crimes Prevention Survey at CenterPoint Mall — What They Found

Oxnard PD conduct Property Crimes Prevention Survey at CenterPoint Mall — What They Found

On March 30, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., Property Crimes Detective from the Oxnard Police Department conducted a free and voluntary educational community survey at the Centerpoint Mall, located in the 2700 block of Saviers Road. The Property Crimes Detectives, who regularly handle investigations of thefts from vehicles, walked the parking lot looking for vehicles that […]

Ventura PD: Working Together to Stop Distracted Driving

Ventura PD: Working Together to Stop Distracted Driving

April is recognized as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. In California, the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), Ventura Police Department, California Highway Patrol and community partners throughout the state are working together to make the roads safer by highlighting the dangers of being distracted while driving, especially by cell phones. “Police officers would rather see everyone […]

Dog Foster Training — April 2nd

Dog Foster Training — April 2nd

Learn everything you need to know in order to save lives through fostering! We can often learn more about a dog after a week in a foster home than we may be able to in a month at the shelter. You can become an Adoption Ambassador to find your foster a home, provide a hospice […]

Tsunami Preparedness — Town Hall March 27th

Tsunami Preparedness — Town Hall March 27th

March 26th marks the beginning of National Tsunami Preparedness Week, a nationwide effort geared towards encouraging individuals, families and organizations to be prepared for tsunamis through education and awareness. Tsunamis are a series of waves created by underwater disturbances such as an earthquake, landslide or volcanic eruption. From the area of origin, tsunami waves travel […]

Ventura County Credit Union celebrates national youth month

Ventura County Credit Union celebrates national youth month

Credit union educates local youth on how to be financially fit with events this April Ventura County Credit Union (VCCU), a not-for-profit financial institution, invites Ventura County and Santa Barbara County communities to participate in National Credit Union Youth Month. In April, VCCU will be celebrating Youth Month, founded by the Credit Union National Association […]

Master Gardeners of Ventura County: It’s Time to Think About Growing Summer Vegetables!

Master Gardeners of Ventura County: It’s Time to Think About Growing Summer Vegetables!

Spring is the time to start planning your summer vegetable garden. Join Master Gardeners of Ventura County and learn what to plant when and how. There’s still time to register for the Growing Summer Vegetables workshop offered by the Master Gardeners of Ventura County. This is shaping up to be the best growing season in […]

Thousand Oaks Police Department Launches Scam Hotline to Educate Community

Thousand Oaks Police Department Launches Scam Hotline to Educate Community

The Thousand Oaks Police Department is launching a scam hotline for its citizens. The hotline telephone number (805) 371-8327 will provide information on various current types of scams (telephone, mail, email, text message, etc.) and provide callers the opportunity to leave information on scams they may have been exposed to. The phone line is a […]

Applications Available for Ventura County Junior Lifeguard Program

Applications Available for Ventura County Junior Lifeguard Program

Enrollment applications are now available to youth interested in participating in the Ventura County 2017 Junior Lifeguard Program. The Junior Lifeguard Program, sponsored by the Ventura County Harbor Department, offers youth 8 to 15 years of age the opportunity to receive instruction in lifeguard rescue techniques, emergency medical first-aid, ocean sports activity, physical conditioning, marine […]