Ventura County Star News
Ventura County Star Stories: Local
Updated: 1 hour 26 min ago
The Conejo Valley Guild, the local chapter of the Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation at UCLA, will hold its 15th annual Game Day on April 29 at the North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village.
More than 100 people turned out for a spring break puppet show at the Camarillo Library's Community Room for a lighthearted retelling of the classic Aesop's fable "Grasshopper and the Ants."
A team of five Ventura middle school students is working on a wind turbine design they will use in a competition in Washington, D.C., later this month.
Colored eggs were available at Oxnard's downtown farmers market Thursday when the Easter Bunny joined the shoppers and vendors at the fourth annual Easter Bunny Day.
Friends and family recall Thousand Oaks businessman as funny, hard working and kind.
About 100 students from Agoura High School's Regional Occupational Program were treated to a presentation of inspiration and empowerment by James David Power III, founder of J.D. Power and Associates.
Gourmet versions of favorite childhood dishes will be served during an April 28 fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme.
The city of Ventura has partnered with a nonprofit group to offer deals on solar panels to homeowners in Ventura and surrounding unincorporated areas.
The Ventura County Community Foundation will honor people who have made a difference in Ventura County when it hands out its Community Leadership Awards.
In week two of the Corporate Games, Naval Base Ventura County leads among the largest employers. In Division B, Oxnard police are in the top spot, and in Division C, Northrop Grumman and Calavo are tied. For the smallest companies, Aerotek is first.
Navy officials said Thursday they are suspending public visits to San Miguel Island off the local coast due to safety concerns.
A grand opening celebration of Simi Valley Missing Pets' new adoption center will be held on Saturday, and will include many of the dogs recently rescued by the group from the Mojave Desert.
People have camped since Tuesday hoping to apply for affordable apartments Saturday morning. The line for the future Wagon Wheel units held more than 50 Thursday morning outside Cabrillo Economic Development Corp.'s Ventura office.
National Park Service officials announced Thursday that test results have confirmed the Griffith Park mountain lion has been exposed to rat poison and is suffering from mange.
The board approved several contracts involving the building of a new Somis School.
The board approved a study of the feasibility of a $4.3 million bond measure to pay for technology, classrooms and facilities.
The board approved a Calabasas High School Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics one-year physics course. It also approved Robotics II UC-USC and pre-international baccalaureate Spanish III courses.
The board approved a bid for a gymnasium modernization and Americans with Disabilities Act improvements at Oak Park High School.
The Ventura County Fire Department conducted a controlled burn Thursday near Ventura.
Local businessman Manny Asadurian Jr. filed an application with the city to run the marketplace business at an existing vacant building at 709 Science Drive. The application was approved Wednesday.