July 28, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Reported shoplifting leads to arrests

Strange turn of events uncovers stolen cars, one found in Moorpark

An arrest of a shoplifting suspect at a Camarillo shopping plaza led to the apprehension of an auto theft suspect miles away in Moorpark and the recovery of two stolen vehicles, deputies said.  More...

Community meetings invite public input for county’s general plan

What will county look like in 20 years?

Residents can help set the direction for Ventura County for the next two decades by attending one of more than a dozen community meetings that kicked off recently. More...

State funds to train youths at detention facility

New state funding will provide training in computer coding and building maintenance for incarcerated teens and young adults at the Ventura Youth Correctional Facility in Camarillo, officials announced last week. More...

Special promotions at Ventura County Fair

The 2017 Ventura County Fair has new promotions this year.  Kids age 12 and under are admitted free on the fair’s Kid’s Day on Fri., Aug. 4.  This year on Aug. More...

Social media helps bring county pets back home

Facebook pages used by residents

The weekend surrounding the Fourth of July is always a tough time for animal shelters. Fireworks scare pets, who take to the streets in fear. Combine that with a no-kill shelter, and things get crowded quickly. More...

A homecoming for CSUCI alum

2006 graduate returns as a professor

Lance Nolde appeared to be at ease sitting outside a restaurant at California State University Channel Islands. It makes sense, seeing as the Camarillo campus is quite familiar to the 36-year-old. “This is my home community. More...

Siblings’ quarrel ends in alleged stabbing

A family fight at a Moorpark home earlier this month ended in a knife attack which led to the arrest of a 30-year-old man, according to Detective Tim Lohman with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Department.  More...

Active Adult PROGRAMS

The Moorpark Active Adult Center presents the following activities for seniors. More...

Pair of teens take golden opportunity to make a difference

Girl Scouts complete projects for Gold Award

By helping autistic students feel more comfortable at a Camarillo school and teaching Moorpark girls do-it-yourself design projects, a pair of local Girl Scouts earned their Gold Awards. More...

Digital hunt is on at library

BEAT THE CLOCK—Above, Nevaeh Hammerer, 14, of Moorpark takes a selfie with a book during a smartphone scavenger hunt July 25 at the Moorpark City Library. Below, Abby Hammerer, 11, of Moorpark searches for a book as part of the contest. More...

Holding out hope for a match

Boy needs bone marrow transplant

When Jeremy Allen was born July 5, 2016, he seemed to be a healthy baby boy. More...

Gamblers get wild at fundraiser

BEST IN THE WEST—  Above, Brian Barry of  Moorpark, at right, takes a turn at the craps table during the BumbleBee  Foundation’s sixth annual  Wild West Fundraiser on July 15 at Strathearn  Historical Park in Simi More...