Ventura County Star - Happening Now
Members of the local Nepalese community came together Saturday to watch news coverage from their earthquake-shattered home country, contact their relatives and plan ways to help quake victims.
First, his teammates mobbed him near the sideline. Then, they doused him with ice cold water from a Gatorade bucket.
More than 150 youths, ages 5 to 19, who gathered Saturday at the Hansen Agricultural Research Extension Center in Santa Paula for Super Field Day, a daylong 4-H event that readies participants to compete in the Ventura County Fair.
A baby who had been abandoned and died near Sacramento was laid to rest Saturday in Ventura by a group of people who didn’t know him but held a memorial service and adorned his small grave with yellow, red and pink rose petals.
A family cookie recipe by Lake Sherwood resident Sandy Moreno has become a hit with diners at Stonefire Grill restaurants in Thousand Oaks and beyond.
For Harvard-Westlake High senior Michael Genender, his victory in Saturday’s final of the Boys CIF Division at The Ojai represented the completion of a quest that started on the same court a year ago.
UCLA women’s tennis players have been extremely successful making their singles debuts at The Ojai over the last few years. Catherine Harrison is prolonging that trend.
The Ventura County Civic Alliance publishes the State of the Region report, compiling research on Ventura County’s economy, farms, schools, environment, political culture, art scene and more. In May, the Civic Alliance will release the fourth edition, its biggest one yet, at two community events.
Michelle Singletary believes children learn by what they see their parents do when it comes to finances, but if they don't have those role models foolproofme.com can help.
Area groups and organizations have a number of events scheduled in coming days.
Volunteers plant 50 valley oak seedlings in Thousand Oaks, creating a nursery so that whenever a centuries-old oak dies, it can be replaced.
In a recent round of pretrial shuffling between Oxnard and its former city manager, the city got much of what it wanted.
Pope Francis, Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez and others are presenting the case for the sainthood of Father Junipero Serra.