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Metrolink Destination: Newhall

Metrolink Destination: Newhall

  FEATURED METROLINK DESTINATION OLD TOWN NEWHALL CHERISHES ITS WESTERN SPIRIT WHAT TO DO: The Old West beckons just a few blocks from the Metrolink Newhall Station. See buffalo grazing at William S. Hart Regional Park or tour the famed silent movie cowboy actor’s home, or take the kids hiking on easy trails, or let them […]

Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo Nurse Receives National VA’s Excellence in Nursing Award

Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo Nurse Receives National VA’s Excellence in Nursing Award

Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo Veterans have one more reason to feel good about their local healthcare services at the VA, as they now have a nationally recognized nurse providing their care. The Veterans Health Administration recently announced Anabel Quintanar, RN-BC, MSN as the national winner of the 2018 VA Secretary’s Awards for Excellence […]

St. John’s to Host Free Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

St. John’s to Host Free Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

St. John’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC), a Dignity Health hospital is pleased to offer a free Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) for individuals living with pre-diabetes and diabetes. DEEP is a series of six free, two-hour sessions tailored to provide community members with the tools to manage and live well with diabetes. The interactive sessions […]

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Help Leads to Convictions in Two Separate Immigration Fraud Cases

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Help Leads to Convictions in Two Separate Immigration Fraud Cases

LOS ANGELES – This week, two immigration fraud perpetrators were sentenced to prison due to the considerable efforts of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Los Angeles Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS) unit. Los Angeles FDNS immigration officers worked closely with law enforcement and intelligence community partners to resolve potential fraud, national security […]

We Need Community Support! Many Mansions Veterans Home Development

We Need Community Support! Many Mansions Veterans Home Development

  The City Council will be considering a joint proposal by Many Mansions and the Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura to develop up to 200 affordable apartments for veterans on a 9.68-acre city owned site in east Ventura (Telephone and Wells). Our proposal is to develop a community including 200 homes: –54 […]

Treasurer Chiang Sells $2.15 Billion in Bonds

Treasurer Chiang Sells $2.15 Billion in Bonds

SACRAMENTO – State Treasurer John Chiang today announced the completion of the sale of $2.15 billion in State of California taxable general obligation bonds that will in part provide funding for high-speed rail, stem cell research and housing projects. The sale included $947 million in new borrowing authorized by 10 different bond acts and $1.2 […]

Open Letter by Candidate Jefferey Burum running for Congressional District 26

Open Letter by Candidate Jefferey Burum running for Congressional District 26

Jeffrey D. Burum has taken a stand against the scandalous, elitist, candidates (Julia Brownley, and Antonio Sabato Jr.) and empowers you, regardless of party to join him in tackling the issues facing this district with educated and experienced leadership.  April 20th Thousand Oaks Republican Women’s Federated (RWF) Jeffrey D. Burum, USAF Academy graduate, Retired USAF […]

Man Charged with Premeditated Murder for Ventura Beach Restaurant Stabbing

Man Charged with Premeditated Murder for Ventura Beach Restaurant Stabbing

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced that Jamal Jackson (DOB 4/13/69) has been charged with premeditated first-degree murder for the stabbing death of Anthony Mele. The homicide occurred on April 18, 2018, at a restaurant in Ventura. It is also alleged that Jackson has a prior “strike” offense for residential burglary. The case […]

This is how the data revolution is helping students in Ventura County

This is how the data revolution is helping students in Ventura County

Stan Mantooth,  Ventura County Superintendent of Schools   The Big Ways that Big Data is Reshaping Education In the business world, it’s often said that measuring something is the first step to improving it, and the same holds true in education. More than ever before, we have the tools to measure and analyze the performance […]

Port of Hueneme Celebrates Its Diverse Ecosystem on Earth Day

Port of Hueneme Celebrates Its Diverse Ecosystem on Earth Day

The Port is proud to be a part of the unique ecosystem thriving in our local community. As a leader in environmental sustainable business practices for the region, the Port takes pride in being a good neighbor to all species who call Port Hueneme home. On any given day, onlookers can spot harbor seals sunbathing […]