March 17, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Coast Guard plans for $31M hangar

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...

Family continues fight for guardrails

Since Cody Hoffman’s death in March 2016, his family and hundreds of community members have called and written to Caltrans requesting the state agency install guardrails along the three-mile stretch of the 118 Freeway between Tapo Canyon Road a More...

Winery owners toast to 10 years

Camarillo facility produces 3,000 cases a year

Inside the storage room of Cantara Cellars in Camarillo, more than 450 barrels of wine waiting to be bottled are stacked from floor to ceiling. More...

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St. Paddles supports entrepreneurs  Soroptimist International Simi Valley invites the community to attend the St. Paddles Day event at 1 p.m. More...

State makes it easier to recycle mattresses

COMMENTARY /// Eye on the Environment

Illegally dumped items attract more dumping, especially with items like mattresses. To make mattress recycling easier, last year California joined Connecticut and Rhode Island in launching an initiative. More...

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Bookmark contest deadline is April 30 The Simi Valley Public Library will kick off Summer @ Your Library with the third annual bookmark design contest. More...

Crosswalk sting yields 20 citations

Operation conducted near elementary school

The Simi Valley Police Department recently completed a driver and pedestrian compliance operation at Alscot and Los Angeles avenues.  The crosswalk is just down the street from White Oak Elementary School. More...

Officer, civilian injured in collision

Both drivers were extricated from their vehicles

A Simi Valley police officer and a civilian motorist are recovering from minor injuries sustained in a traffic collision Sunday.  Around 2:15 p.m. More...

Cops hope holiday revelers call a cab

Local police plan to saturate streets

Seeing leprechauns? Time to call a cab. That’s the advice police agencies from Ventura County to Sacramento have for St. Patrick’s Day revelers. More...

Conservation in action

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A ‘faery’ good time

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