March 17, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Tanning bed tycoon looking at 5 years

The Ventura County district attorney’s office says it will seek the maximum penalty for a local businessman found guilty of molesting a minor 15 years ago. Tan LA founder Gary Haw, 54, was convicted Feb. More...

Head of Reagan Foundation pens thriller

Book covers decorate an entire wall of John Heubusch’s office on the second floor of the Reagan Library in Simi Valley. More...

Firefighter is living boyhood dream

Steven Buckles fondly recalled the first time he tried on a firefighter’s jumpsuit.  It was “Bring Your Dad to School Day,” and Buckles was a fourth-grader at what is now Flory Academy Of Sciences and Technology in Moorpark.&nb More...

Event wonders, are residents tough enough?

April 26 brings college pentathlon

Students at Moorpark College want to know if locals are up to the fitness challenge. All Moorpark residents are invited to compete in the college’s Raider Pentathlon on Wed., April 26. More...

Undaunted, Moorpark boy is ever-hopeful

Aims to raise $20K for National Kidney Foundation

A 10-year-old Moorpark boy has been waiting three years for a kidney transplant. At just 3 days old, Kadin Hoven was diagnosed with kidney disease. More...

Sunday concert to celebrate the psychedelic era

The Simi Valley-based Los Robles Master Chorale will present “Peace and Love,” a joint concert with the Agoura High School choirs, at 4 p.m. More...

BRIEFS

Local talent takes stage tonight The eighth annual Moorpark Has Talent show takes place tonight, Fri., March 17, at 7 p.m. at the High Street Arts Center, 45 E. High St., Moorpark. More...