August 30, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Alleged drug sale lands mother in county jail

A Fontana mother faces felony and misdemeanor charges after being arrested last week on suspicion of selling her controlled substance prescription to a Simi Valley resident while her two children were present. More...

California to wait until at least 2014 to discuss regulations on e-cigarettes

Electronic cigarette users are breathing a sigh of relief this week after a proposed state law that would regulate the smokeless devices the same as tobacco cigarettes was tabled until 2014.  Senate Bill 648 seeks to define e-cigarettes as a tob More...

Neighbors growling about local tiger tale

County planners considering permit to allow big cats on property

A woman’s plan to keep Siberian tigers on a property in unincorporated Ventura County, south of Newbury Park, has upset a few neighbors who fear the animals could escape.  More...

Open for business

CUT THAT RIBBON—Ventura County Clerk and Recorder Mark Lunn speaks during the grand opening of the Ventura County Clerk and Recorder office at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Aug. 22. More...

Trash services affected by Labor Day holiday

Waste Management customers with trash and recycling services will be delayed by one day beginning Tuesday in observance of Labor Day and throughout the remainder of the week. More...

Barwick assumes new role with city

Even for someone who’s familiar with the turf, a top job with the City of Simi Valley can be a tough gig. But Sommer Barwick, who started as the new director of community services on Monday, is ready to take on the challenge.  More...

Acorn offices closed Monday

Acorn offices in Agoura Hills and Camarillo will be closed Mon., Sept. More...

Briefs

Legal lecture at Simi library   The Simi Valley Public Library will host Panda Kroll, who will give a legal lecture titled “The Year in Biotechnology Law” from 2 to 3 p.m. Sat., Aug. 31 at 2969 Tapo Canyon Road.  More...