May 30, 2008 RSS feed / Community

How to dispose of worn flags

The community is invited to participate in a dedication ceremony for the newly installed, publicly accessible U.S. flag drop box at 1 p.m. More...

New filing requirements for tax-exempt organizations

The Internal Revenue Service reminds small tax-exempt organizations of their new annual electronic filing requirement. More...

Businesses learn about new laws on 'building green'

With new laws aimed at making California cleaner and greener, developers and manufacturers are taking steps to keep uptodate on what is required. More...

Presidental library hosts speakers, tea

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library announces events which will take place at the library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, in June. For information or to purchase tickets, call (805) 522-2977 or visit www.reaganlibrary.com. More...

Secret life of seeds

As I watch spring transition into early summer, my thoughts turn toward seeds. Even though new flowers continue to bloom, early spring blossoms are now wilted and dried, leaving only their seeds as evidence of life. More...

Celebrities shine at Kiwanis Club golf tourney

Proceeds will help support various nonprofits

The Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks is hosting a Celebrity Golf Tournament on Mon., June 23 at Moorpark Country Club. More...

Advocates assist children in navigating the court system

In California thousands of children are removed from their homes because of alleged abuse. Many of these children don't have parents who contest the allegations or express an interest in their children. More...

Take precautions against mosquitos

With summer approaching and the increase in outdoor and evening activities, the Ventura County Environmental Health Division encourages the public to take precautions against mosquito bites. More...

Second career professionals find fulfilling employment

Matthew Gilling felt the magic had faded after more than a dozen years in the trucking business. More...

Peach Hill DAREs students to live right

COMPLETE THE COURSE- Anthony Nevoso, fifth-grader at Peach Hill Elementary School, receives his DARE culmination diploma at the school Wednesday. More...

Taxpayers warned of two e-mail scams

Franchise Tax Board warns taxpayers of two scams involving FTB and identity theft. "Taxpayers should protect their personal information and treat any unsolicited e-mails with caution," said state controller and FTB chair John Chiang. More...

Coughing? The air is still polluted

For the first time, a city outside of California tops one of the most polluted lists in the American Lung Association's State of the Air: 2008 report, released this month. More...

Agility training generates champions, disciplines pets

When dogs fly, they qualify

Over the holiday weekend, dogs were jumping through hoops, walking on teeter-totters and weaving through poles. More...

Try to break the bank at Monopoly Tournament

Popular game to raise scholarship funds

The Ventura County Council Boy Scouts of America will host the second annual and officially sanctioned Monopoly Tournament in Ventura County at St. Paschal Babylon Catholic Church, 155 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

Farmers' market offers a world of fresh produce

Springtime brings a variety of fresh fruit and potted plants to the Ventura County Certified Farmers' Market. More...

No DUI fatalities during holiday weekend

Fewer people were arrested and no one was killed in a DUI crash during the Avoid the 14 Memorial Day crackdown in Ventura County. More...

Hospital to host fundraiser

The Simi Valley Hospital Volunteer guild will hosts its first major fundraiser of the year at 2 p.m. Sun., June 1 in Witman Hall at Simi Valley United Methodist Church, 2394 Erringer Road. More...

Garage sale to fund food bank

Pantry feeds thousands each year

The depressed California economy is hurting the poor in more ways than one, but a local church is stepping in to help. More...

Moorpark College president to retire in July

Moorpark College President Dr. Eva Conrad will retire on July 2 after 34 years of service to California community colleges. More...

Celebration prepared for Republican Jewish group

The Republican Jewish Coalition's annual celebration will on Sun., June 29 in the Air Force One Pavilion at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. The community is invited. More...