April 13, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Study: State’s economic edge starting to slip

The economic advantage that California has enjoyed over the rest of the nation for a decade is slipping away, a new report says. More...

Federal cuts threaten meal programs

Local nonprofits may have to look for funding elsewhere

A proposed funding reduction for the Department of Health and Human Services has sparked concerns among local nonprofits that funding could be cut for programs like Meals on Wheels, which helps feed seniors in need. More...

Toppled

Commercial developer demolishes former district warehouse in Newbury Park

OUT WITH THE OLD—Demolition crews made quick work of the Conejo Valley Unified School District’s former maintenance and operations center on Kelley Road in Newbury Park last month. More...

A trip down memorial lane

WWII vet will take Honor Flight to nation’s capital

The morning of Dec. 7, 1941, hundreds of Japanese planes attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, killing more than 2,000 people, injuring about 1,000 more, and destroying hordes of American vessels and planes. More...

Nominations sought

Conejo Valley Historical Society is seeking nominations of men and women from the Conejo who have provided outstanding volunteer services in the community.  This program has run each year since 1965.  More...

Conejo Valley Days turning nonprofit

City’s long-running carnival getting 501(c)3 status

Growing up in Thousand Oaks, Frank Akrey said, his favorite part of Conejo Valley Days was the parade. “Seeing the elephants come down the street and a lion in the back seat of this guy’s Cadillac, that was awesome,” he said. More...

Malware takes computers hostage

It was an inadvertent click of the mouse that allowed crooks to seize the digital memories of a Thousand Oaks woman, who had to pay a $300 ransom to get her files back. More...

Poison blamed in wildcat’s death

Necropsy results for Bobcat 332 are in, and the findings are what biologists suspected. More...

A Good Time NATURALLY

City, CRPD celebrate Arbor/Earth Day
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