March 16, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Detective outlines popular scams

Message is clear: ‘Don’t be fooled’

P.T. Barnum may have been right about a sucker being born every minute—but that doesn’t mean you have to be one of them. More...

Rasnow open space donation now official

Land is free, but other costs total $500,000

A plan for the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency to accept a donation of 82 acres of open space at the north end of Ventu Park Road cleared its last hurdle Tuesday. More...

U.S. Coast Guard may build new hangar at Naval Base Ventura County

U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Kent Everingham of Air Station San Francisco said the Coast Guard is working toward building a $31-million airplane hangar at Naval Base Ventura County. The U.S. More...

FLIPPED

COLLISION NEAR CLU—A car flipped over in a two-vehicle crash around 5:45 p.m. March 7 at Mountclef Boulevard and Heatherglow Street in front of Cal Lutheran University. More...

It’s ‘Rebs’ versus ‘Yanks’ at annual Civil War showdown

The Rotary Club of Moorpark will present its annual Civil War reenactment, The Blue and The Gray, Sat. and Sun., April 1 and 2.  The gates will open at 10 a.m. both days. Battles will be at noon, 3 and 5:15 p.m. More...

SERVING IN UNIFORM

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joseph C. More...

Local woman joins board of B&G Clubs

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley has added Barbara Impellizzeri to its board of governors.  Impellizzeri is a manager at PwC, a professional services firm. More...

Stars come out for B&G Clubs gala

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley invites the community to its signature event, the 14th annual Superstars of the Year Celebration, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Sun., March 19 in the Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. More...

City meets behind closed doors to discuss boulevard property

Site long considered for mixed use

When city officials last discussed their new vision for downtown Thousand Oaks, they spoke of the importance of leveraging publicly owned property on T.O. Boulevard. Touched on but not expounded upon was the possibility of buying more. More...

City to increase fees this summer

Changes will come ahead of

Scores of fees charged by the City of Thousand Oaks are expected to increase this summer as the council prepares to approve its next two-year budget. More...

Plumber from hell gets 10 years in the can

Camarillo man robbed and cheated his way through Ventura County

A Camarillo man with an illegal plumbing business will spend the next decade behind bars after defrauding nearly three dozen homeowners in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, many of whom were elderly. More...

Friend, bystanders saved woman from dog attack

Neighborhood walk ended with a fight for her life

Working as a dental hygienist, Michelle Baum thought she’d found her life’s calling. Now her livelihood is in jeopardy due to a debilitating dog attack. More...

105 years and counting

Woman’s life story takes center stage at party

In 1939, on the eve of World War II, Marta Broido, 27, did her part to help 650 Jews escape Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. Last week, she celebrated her 105th birthday at Sunrise Senior Living in Thousand Oaks. More...

No casual affair

Group raises funds for university in style

LADYBUG’S PICNIC—The seventh annual Hats and High Tea fundraiser at Cal Lutheran University included a competition for table decor, thus this ladybug-themed table. More...

9th Annual Jazz Festival

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