April 28, 2016 RSS feed / Community

Ex-administrator brings million-dollar suit against La Reina

School filing says firing was justified

Fired after five months on the job, a former La Reina High School and Middle School administrator is suing the all-girls Catholic institution in Thousand Oaks, alleging he’s been a victim of fraud. More...

Head Start starts looking for new home

Many Mansions orders program for low-income youth out of apartment complex

Head Start will soon be homeless. More...

Traffic signal eases residents’ minds

For years, Newbury Park residents have requested a traffic signal at an uncontrolled crosswalk so school-age youths and other pedestrians could move safely across the busy intersection at Wendy and Gerald drives. More...

Better times ahead

Newbury Park family makes the best out of very bad situation

The Bell family of Newbury Park is facing a difficult time with faith and humor. More...

Cyclists ride again for local charities

Event is largest of its kind in county

Cruisin’ the Conejo, Ventura County’s largest charity bike ride, begins at 6:30 a.m. Sat., May 7 at Skyworks Solutions, 649 Lawrence Drive, Newbury Park. More...

Residents needed to work the polls

Primary is June 7

The Ventura County Elections Division seeks volunteers to staff and manage over 360 polling places throughout the county for the June 7 presidential primary election.  Bilingual Spanish, Tagalog, Chinese and Hindi-speaking poll workers are neede More...

BRIEFS

Technology, seniors topic of talk   The City of Thousand Oaks Council on Aging will host a free presentation, “Technology in Our Future,” at 1 p.m. Wed., May 4 inside the board room at the Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. T.O. Blvd.  More...

Rent-assistance program opens up waitlist to new applicants

Qualifying Ventura County residents can apply between now and May 9

In an area ranked among the least affordable in the country for housing, residents who need it the most may soon get some help. More...

Candidate’s focus: environment, women’s issues, property rights

The second in a series of stories profiling contenders in the June California primary election. More...

Social Security employee from T.O. named in fraud crackdown

22 facing charges for taking benefits meant for someone else

Two Thousand Oaks women, including one who worked for the Social Security Administration, are among more than 20 people caught up in a federal crackdown on Social Security fraud.  More...

State just shy of conservation mandate

Californians came just shy of meeting Gov. More...

Girl Scout goes global

Just a few days shy of her 16th birthday on May 3, Katia Arami is already making a positive difference in her community, volunteering for different causes and charitable organizations with her Girl Scout troop.  Through her culminating Gold Awar More...

May birding trips planned

The Conejo Valley Audubon Society will present these birding field trips, open to the public except Tejon Ranch, in May.  For more information, location and driving directions, call the respective trip leaders.  More...

Artist to explain cotton swab style

Bratt creates religious folk art

The religious folk art of local artist Flora Bratt will be on display through April 30 at Harris House Designs, 31149 Via Colinas, Westlake Village.  Bratt will be there from 1 to 4 p.m. More...

Scouts learn the ropes at Camporee

Reagan View Ranch in Moorpark was buzzing with Boy Scout activity during the Conejo Valley BSA District’s 38th Camporee, themed “Viva Conejo!” April 15 to 17.  More...