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Port Hueneme Police warn of Telephone Scams

Port Hueneme Police warn of Telephone Scams

Recently the Port Hueneme Police Department has received telephone calls from concerned citizens regarding persons posing as members of the Police Department or Police Officer’s Association requesting donations from the public. The Port Hueneme Police Department, our Peace Officers Association or any of our related programs will never call requesting donations. Here are some basic […]

Oxnard VA Clinic Host Open House for Veterans

Oxnard VA Clinic Host Open House for Veterans

VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System is hosting an Open House for Veterans at the Oxnard Community Based Outpatient Clinic, 1690 Universe Circle, Oxnard, CA 93033 on May 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Veterans and family members can receive information about VA specialty programs, local job opportunities and healthcare enrollment. “The open house […]

Local Group Begins Outreach to help Women and Children in Need

Local Group Begins Outreach to help Women and Children in Need

Conejo Valley Republican Women, Federated (CVRWF) began a monthly Community Outreach Program in 2017.  In the month of April, the members collected clothes, shoes, bags, hygiene products, and household goods for the women who seek shelter at the Lighthouse in Oxnard. Part of the Ventura County Rescue Mission, the Lighthouse offers a faith-based refuge for […]

Letter Carriers prepare to carry more than 100,000 pounds of food in one day for Ventura County’s hungry — May 13th

Letter Carriers prepare to carry more than 100,000 pounds of food in one day for Ventura County’s hungry — May 13th

WHAT:            On Saturday, May 13, Ventura County letter carriers will be caravanning more than just incoming and outgoing mail and community members won’t have to venture far from their doorsteps to help solve hunger. The day will mark the 25th annual National Association of Letter Carriers’ “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive –the largest single-day food […]

Simi Valley: Register for Spring Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Academy

Simi Valley: Register for Spring Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Academy

With the regularity of southern California earthquakes and the yearly brush fire season upon us, residents and workers located in Simi Valley should be prepared for unexpected emergencies and large scale disasters. One of the ways community members can be more prepared and gain the skills necessary to ride out these emergencies is by participating […]

Santa Paula: Reminder to Clear Brush to Protect Your Family and Property

Santa Paula: Reminder to Clear Brush to Protect Your Family and Property

During the first week of May, Santa Paula Fire Department engine companies, will begin identifying properties in town that do not meet the brush clearance requirements. Properties not in compliance will receive a letter reminding them of the upcoming June 1 deadline. This year, engine companies will also identify vacant lots well within the city […]

Oxnard Chamber: May 11th Luncheon — Fiscal Impacts of Immigrants on Ventura County Agriculture

Oxnard Chamber: May 11th Luncheon — Fiscal Impacts of Immigrants on Ventura County Agriculture

The Oxnard Chamber Knowledge & Networking Lunch is an excellent opportunity to promote your business or organization.  Each lunch starts with networking and includes a speaker on a timely topic. This month’s topic is the Fiscal Impacts of Immigrants on Ventura County Agriculture with speakers John Krist and Edgar Terry.  The Oxnard Chamber Knowledge & Networking lunch […]

Community – Simi Valley: After Action Report for National Take-Back Initiative Prescription Drug Drop-Off Event

Community – Simi Valley: After Action Report for National Take-Back Initiative Prescription Drug Drop-Off Event

The Simi Valley Police Department participated in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 29, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Approximately 106 cars drove through the Police Station parking lot to participate in this very successful event. Department employees, Volunteers, and Explorers collected over 234 pounds of unwanted medications. This […]

Motorcycle Safety Traffic Enforcement Operations Planned for Thousand Oaks

Motorcycle Safety Traffic Enforcement Operations Planned for Thousand Oaks

The Thousand Oaks Police Department is joining law enforcement statewide and across the United States in the National Motorcycle safety awareness month special enforcement operations. In addition, the California Motorcyclist Safety Program is offering special, low cost rider training classes during the month of May. The Thousand Oaks Police Department will be conducting a specialized […]

May Gardening Notes

May Gardening Notes

Prepare: Mow all grass Thin fruit on deciduous fruit Pinch dahlias back when they have three sets of Prune and mulch camellias and Deadhead Deadhead and cut back Divide and re-pot Cut off bloom spikes from cymbidiums after flowers Prune winter and spring flowering vines, shrubs, trees, and ground Remove berries from fuchsias after flowers […]