February 24, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Rival leagues ordered to share diamonds

Santa Susana Baseball calls decision ‘unfair’

Santa Susana Baseball parents and leaders say a recent decision by the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District requiring it to share fields with a rival league is unfair.  More...

Simi man found dead in jail cell

Inmate had a pre-existing condition

A Simi Valley transient was found dead Feb. More...

City ranked safest for drivers

Simi Valley has been ranked the safest city in the state for drivers, according to a recent study by a Southern California law firm and data visualization company. More...

Club will tour gardens in Moorpark

The Ventura County Garden Club will tour Eden Gardens in Moorpark at 11 a.m. Wed., March 1.  The gardens are minutes from the 101 Freeway, in the hills between Thousand Oaks and Moorpark.  More...

Tax filers can help save otters

Tax payers filing their annual income tax returns this year can take a little of the sting out of the chore by helping save the state’s native plants and animals in the process. More...

Festival showcases young performers

The annual Festival of Arts Youth Movement will return for its second year Saturday to Rancho Simi Community Park.  The outdoor event, coordinated entirely by local teens, will feature young performers and student-operated vendor booths.  More...

Belwood project clears first hurdle

Homes proposed for site of former elementary school

A plan to build homes on the site of a former elementary school in the eastern end of Simi Valley has received neighborhood council approval and is heading to the planning commission in April. Conejo Constructors Corp. More...

New Chumash Park opens Monday

Construction of the first phase of Chumash Park has been completed. More...

First 5 Express comes to Simi Valley

Bilingual tour focuses on early childhood development

The First 5 Express—a statewide bilingual tour educating families on the importance of talking, reading, and singing in everyday life and its impact on a child’s early brain development— will stop in Simi Valley Wed., March 1.  More...

Arts foundation board seeks new members

The City of Simi Valley is recruiting individuals interested in serving four-year terms on the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center Foundation Board. More...

Salute to service

DRIVEN BY DUTY — Top, Navy Construction Mechanic 2nd Class Christina Astin salutes during the national anthem at nonprofit For the Troops’ fifth annual Military Tribute Gala Feb. 18 at the Reagan Library. More...

Live country tunes at Club Round-Up

The Kiwanis Club of Simi Valley will host Club Round- Up at 6 p.m. Sat., Feb. More...