The Moorpark City Council has allowed an application to be submitted that could lead to the construction of 90 town homes near one of the city’s main intersections.
A tiny sales office of a large medical supply distribution company has helped the city of Fillmore get its finances in order now that all the lawsuits are settled.
Garden tour season starts this weekend, and homes are featuring drought-tolerant plantings, water-saving irrigation systems and even artificial turf.
Mama Rita's in Newbury Park closed after its appearance on Gordon Ramsay's restaurant fix-it show "Kitchen Nightmares." Now some of its dishes are showing up on the menu at Mission Oaks Cafe in Camarillo.
Columnist Bill Nash is giving readers time to prepare for National Taco Day, which this year falls on the same day as National Vodka Day.
Three area companies have been named semifinalists in the annual Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Awards competition.
Peggy Sabol's recipes are often of the shared and hand-me down variety and they are always a hit with her family.
Columnist Sandra Sunken writes about extra forms that may be required if you lived abroad or have significant foreign investments.
State regulators on Saturday announced a revised plan to reduce water use in drought-stricken California that offers easier conservation targets for major cities, including Los Angeles, while demanding greater cutbacks from others.
A number of area businesses and business groups announce news.
The gourmet popcorn at Popped Fresh in Agoua Hills is made fresh at the store.
Freebirds World Burrito has closed its first, and last, location in Ventura County.
Antwone Fisher, the keynote speaker at a Boys & Girls Club event Thursday in Oxnard, firmly believes things can change. His rising-from-the-ashes life story, which he'll discuss Thursday, is an almost perfect fit for the Boys & Girls clubs' mission.
Spring means fava beans are available at area farmers markets.
A number of businesses and business groups have events planned in the coming days.
On six previous occasions, most recently in 2007, bills have been introduced in the Legislature to establish a right for mentally competent, terminally ill patients to receive from doctors prescriptions for lethal drugs. None advanced out of either the Assembly or Senate. But this year the conversation seems more serious.
Oxnard police arrested a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of several firearms offenses.