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Restaurants Introduce ‘Labor Surcharge’ To Patrons In Lieu Of Minimum Wage Increases

Restaurants Introduce ‘Labor Surcharge’ To Patrons In Lieu Of Minimum Wage Increases

As liberal activists and the “Fight for Fifteen” movement continues to press for an increased minimum wage, the restaurant industry is passing the cost on to consumers in some states. Instead of increasing the price of menu items, many independent and regional chain restaurants are including a surcharge on the bill. The 3 to 4 […]

The 1936 Mexican Snapshot Mystery: Vintage Photograph Exhibition Will Ask Museum Visitors to Play the Role of Detective

The 1936 Mexican Snapshot Mystery: Vintage Photograph Exhibition Will Ask Museum Visitors to Play the Role of Detective

February 4, 2017 to June 11, 2017 at the Santa Paula Art Museum The Santa Paula Art Museum’s latest offering is an exciting whodunit detective story-turned-exhibition opening Saturday, February 4, 2017. Over 900 vintage photographs – captured by three different photographers while on a 1936 trip through central Mexico – were recently discovered in an […]

Moorpark College Foundation Seeking Hall of Fame Candidates

Moorpark College Foundation Seeking Hall of Fame Candidates

Ventura Pair arrested after Citizen reports them loading vehicle with large amount of Property

Ventura Pair arrested after Citizen reports them loading vehicle with large amount of Property

On Thursday morning, November 3rd at 8:49 AM, an alert citizen called to report suspicious circumstances.  Two people were seen unloading a large amount of property from a parked vehicle in the 200 block of South Garden Street and then walked away into the surrounding neighborhood.  A records check revealed the vehicle was reported stolen. […]

2016 Thousand Oaks Tea Party Voter Guide

2016 Thousand Oaks Tea Party Voter Guide

By Thousand Oaks Tea Party Our Thousand Oaks Tea Party is a non-partisan organization supportive of Constitutionally limited government, fiscal responsibility, and free markets. We oppose corruption, wasteful spending, raising taxes, and the influence of special interests in our government which was designed by our Founders to be of the people, by the people, and […]

Grant applications available through Sept. 30, 2016 for organizations that provide services to seniors

Grant applications available through Sept. 30, 2016 for organizations that provide services to seniors

5th Annual Banana Festival Takes Place this Weekend!

5th Annual Banana Festival Takes Place this Weekend!

Camarillo PD announce new program: “Study with a Cop”

Camarillo PD announce new program: “Study with a Cop”

Oxnard Salsa Festival runs through Sunday

Oxnard Salsa Festival runs through Sunday

By George Miller It’s not too late to take in the Salsa Festival– or to see more if you’ve been there already. There was an incredible number/variety of dance and band acts, from numerous organizations, ages & styles, on two stages Saturday- much more than the program indicated. Admission  to the festival is free, but […]

Chiang and County Treasurers Move to Stop ‘Pay-to-Play’ School Bond Campaigns

Chiang and County Treasurers Move to Stop ‘Pay-to-Play’ School Bond Campaigns

State Treasurer John Chiang and a coalition of county treasurers and tax collectors moved to stop questionable bankrolling of campaign activities in local bond election campaigns. Preying on school districts eager to win voter approval for bond elections, municipal finance firms, including bond counsel, underwriters, and financial advisors, are offering to fund or provide campaign […]

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