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The Remembrance Project Headed To Sacramento Federal Hearing Opposing Sanctuary State Law

The Remembrance Project Headed To Sacramento Federal Hearing Opposing Sanctuary State Law

The morning of the hearing, members of The Remembrance Project and We The People Rising will hold a press conference in front of the Robert T. Matsui United States Courthouse in support of the Trump administration’s lawsuit opposing the California Sanctuary State Laws. The federal government’s lawsuit, filed in early March, targets three recent California laws: the […]

Channel Islands Harbor Accounts for $159 Million in Economic Benefit in Ventura County

Channel Islands Harbor Accounts for $159 Million in Economic Benefit in Ventura County

OXNARD, Calif.—A newly released economic impact study reveals businesses and tenants at the Channel Islands Harbor in 2016 contributed $159 million in economic impact on the Ventura County economy and more than 900 jobs. The report, presented at the Ventura County Board of Supervisors meeting on June 18, 2018, quantified the economic benefits generated by […]

Assembly Bill 282 – “Push Mama from the Train” – Who Benefits?

Assembly Bill 282 – “Push Mama from the Train” – Who Benefits?

It is not enough to have legalized assisted suicide, now the legislature wants to see it freely promoted. Assembly Bill 282 obscures existing law and diminishes the legal consequences for deliberately aiding, advising or encouraging another to commit suicide. Contrary to existing statute, which rightly considers it a felony to encourage another to commit suicide, […]

Advisory | Overnight Ramp Closures on State Route 126 for Curb Ramp Work

Advisory | Overnight Ramp Closures on State Route 126 for Curb Ramp Work

VENTURA, SANTA PAULA – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced plans to close several on and off-ramps in both directions of State Route 126 (Santa Paula Freeway) this week as contractors begin to work on ADA curb ramps. The closures are along an approximately 12-mile stretch of SR-126, between the cities of Ventura and […]

National Association of Women Business Owners Ventura County Launches Mentor Program

National Association of Women Business Owners Ventura County Launches Mentor Program

Ventura County, CA — The Ventura County chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners has announced a new mentoring program for college seniors, graduate students, and young professionals who are in their first five years of business. “This valuable program is designed to connect aspiring young women entrepreneurs with successful and inspiring women […]

The Pleasant Valley Historical Society presents 2018 Bee and Butterfly Day

The Pleasant Valley Historical Society presents  2018 Bee and Butterfly Day

The Pleasant Valley Historical Society will present an event to welcome butterflies and California native bees to our garden.  Come join us on Sunday, July 15 from 1 – 4 PM at the PVHS Botanical Garden, 720 North Las Posas Road, Camarillo, 93010.   Our first guest speaker is biologist Michael Glenn from the Ventura County Office of […]

Heroes of Conscience Dinner 2018 Announces Keynote Speaker Heather McDonald | American Freedom Alliance 6-28-18

Heroes of Conscience Dinner 2018 Announces Keynote Speaker Heather McDonald | American Freedom Alliance 6-28-18

Please join us in honoring the American Freedom Alliance 2018! Heather Mac Donald, a Brilliant, prolific and courageous author…  We are honored to have Heather Mac Donald as our Keynote speaker at our Heroes of Conscience Awards Dinner on June 28th at the Hilton Universal City.  She is admired as one of the most brilliant and wide-ranging authors, as […]

35th Anniversary National Night Out – Simi Valley | Your Kind of Gathering Place

35th Anniversary National Night Out – Simi Valley | Your Kind of Gathering Place

The Simi Valley Police Department invites residents throughout Simi Valley to unite on Saturday, July 28, 2018, to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the National Night Out Program. National Night Out is a nationwide yearly event bringing citizens and law enforcement members together building strong relationships that help us keep our community safe through healthy collaboration […]

Kick off Summer and Dump the Pump

Kick off Summer and Dump the Pump

LOS ANGELES – In advance of National Dump the Pump Day June 21, Metrolink is reminding long distance drivers and others that travel by train is the best way to beat rising gas prices. Gasoline prices are expected to reach $3 a gallon as a national average for unleaded gasoline this summer, a four-year high. […]

Damon Bell selected as interim president for Ventura College

Damon Bell selected as interim president for Ventura College

(CAMARILLO, Calif.) June 18, 2018 – Ventura County Community College District Chancellor Greg Gillespie is pleased to announce that Dr. Damon Bell has been selected as interim president for Ventura College, effective July 23, 2018. Bell has 25 years of experience that includes Washington and California college systems. He has held senior leadership positions at […]