Texas man suspected of ‘luring’ T.O. teen via social media

Ventura County detectives traveled to Texas last week to arrest and extradite a man they say committed a lewd act on a 14-year-old Thousand Oaks girl last December after striking up a relationship online.  More...

Affordable housing tour aimed at changing attitudes

Who lives in affordable housing? The Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation wants to set the record straight.  The nonprofit builder said it isn’t drug addicts and criminals who are moving in to affordable housing units. More...

Unpaid sewer bills may lead to property liens

Unable to collect nearly $59,000 in long overdue wastewater bills, the City of Thousand Oaks is turning to the Ventura County tax collector.  More...

Search continues for missing Thousand Oaks man

Avid hiker, Clyde Miller's car was found parked near Triunfo Creek Park trailhead

Search-and-rescue team members on foot and horseback, aided by helicopters and unmanned aviation units, are scouring the Santa Monica Mountains looking for a missing Thousand Oaks man. More...

First 5 opts to keep director

First 5 Ventura County has decided to keep its acting executive director around for the long term.  The organization, which provides early learning programs through 11 locally governed Neighborhoods for Learning and their 23 family resource cent More...

Bikers bound for Westlake Brewing

Rolling Thunder CA-1 motorcycle club will hold its annual Ricky Burrus Veterans Memorial Ride from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., June 25, starting at Conejo Creek Park North, 1379 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

DA lauded for work on behalf of domestic violence victims

Over the years, special units with the Ventura County district attorney’s office have put thousands of domestic violence offenders behind bars and helped thousands of victims escape abusive situations.  More...

Volleyball referees in demand

The Channel Coast Volleyball Officials Association is seeking individuals interested in officiating high school volleyball for the 2017 girls’ season in the fall.  An informational meeting that will cover the requirements, expectations, tr More...

SERVING IN UNIFORM

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cody L. More...

Arts Council hosts ‘Serendipity’ show

The nonprofit Arts Council of the Conejo Valley is hosting “Serendipity,” the newest art show at the Galleria in the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. More...

Team CRPD cracks Team Acorn in paddle battle for the ages

Pickleball

COMMENTARY Editor’s note: The following commentary is the result of a lost wager. Apologies in advance for any hyperbole, poorly used adjectives and fake news contained within. More...

Police looking into possible home invasion

Resident says 3 men robbed him at gunpoint

Authorities aren’t saying much as they investigate a home-invasion robbery that allegedly took place this month in Thousand Oaks.  More...

Interim supe is youngest in CVUSD’s history

Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Mark McLaughlin has been selected as the interim superintendent of the Conejo Valley Unified School District for the 2017-18 school year.  The 43-year-old is the youngest superintendent in CVUSD histor More...

United Way leaving VCCF building

Nonprofit is moving to Ventura

Citing cost savings and the need to reduce its space, Eric Harrison, president of the United Way of Ventura County, announced last week that the nonprofit will move out of its first-floor office suite at the Ventura County Community Foundation buildi More...

‘So this is how they did it’

Stagecoach Inn’s Pioneer Jamboree harks back to a simpler time

As she worked up an appetite churning the creamy substance by hand, 9-year-old Leila Blanco developed a greater appreciation for butter.  More...

3:10 to Zuma: Beach bus is back

Timetable is available at www.totransit.org

Providing weekday trips from Thousand Oaks to the coastline, T.O. Transit’s Summer Beach Bus is now in service.  The bus runs Monday through Friday until Aug. 18, shuttling sand junkies to and from Malibu’s Zuma Beach.  More...

Park district plans full day of events for July 4

Pancakes, home runs, music on tap

Conejo Valley residents have plenty to choose from this Fourth of July. The Conejo Recreation and Park District has activities planned at various sites in Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park. More...

BRIEFS

Circus opens today in Thousand Oaks Circus Vargas will present afternoon and evening performances under the big top Thurs. through Mon., June 22 to 26 at Conejo Creek Park South,1300 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

Next level

Copter makes surprise landing at Touch-a-Truck

THE SKY’S THE LIMIT—Three-year-old Holden Millis of Thousand Oaks high-fives firefighter Jeff Golden before taking a tour of a sheriff ’s helicopter Saturday at Thousand Oaks Communi More...

CEREMONY

CEREMONY—Members of Eric Huberth Post 11395 and members of Rolling Thunder, a POW/MIA advocacy group, escort a casket holding retired American flags during the 13th annual flag retirement ceremo More...

Resident honored for lifetime of service

ALWAYS ON THE GO—David Szymanski, left, superintendent for Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, presents the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award to Newbury Park resident Fr More...

Out-pickled

Park district marks dedication of new pickleball courts with ‘celebrity’ tourney

  ALL IN FUN—At right, Capt. More...