June 16, 2017 RSS feed / Community

New area code coming to county

820 area code will be introduced in early June 2018

Make some room, 805. More...

Assisted-living facility approved

A senior assisted-living facility proposed for the western end of Simi Valley has cleared its final hurdle, and construction is expected to begin later this year.  More...

One-on-one with the mayor

Simi Valley Mayor Bob Huber will host an opportunity for the public to meet directly with him from 10 a.m. More...

B & G Club busts out the togas

The Boys & Girls Club of Simi Valley will host its 39th annual dinner and auction, “A Night in Ancient Greece,” on Fri., June 23 at The Vineyards in Simi Valley.  This year’s auction chairs Lisa and Jimmy Watson will lead t More...

Totten honored for work against domestic violence

Over the years, special units with the Ventura County district attorney’s office have put thousands of domestic violence offenders behind bars and helped thousands of victims escape abusive situations.  More...

Annual ball honors local patriots

The 32nd annual Red, White and Blue Ball will take place the evening of Sat., June 24 at the Reagan Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley.  The hosting organizations are the Conejo Valley Chapter of Military Order of the World Wars, Sergea More...

Sign-ups open for YMCA soccer skills clinic

Sign-ups are underway for the Simi Valley Family YMCA’s summer Youth Soccer Skills Clinic, which will take place Tuesdays from June 20 through August 8 at 3200 Cochran St.  Session times are based on age: Ages 4 and 5 will meet from 5 to 6 More...

‘Voluntary conservation’ in effect

Simi Valley residents are no longer required to limit the number of days a week they water their lawns, but city officials are still encouraging locals to keep up their conservation efforts.  More...

Knife, bat drawn in road rage incident

A rookie Simi Valley police officer returning from court was in the right place at the right time to intercede in a potentially deadly confrontation Monday on the 101 Freeway in Thousand Oaks.  More...

Abruzzese pleads guilty to grand theft, forgery

Joanne Abruzzese, former executive director of the Simi Valley Community Foundation, will face a maximum of three years and eight months in state prison when she is sentenced next month in Ventura County Superior Court. More...

Spice and everything nice

FAMILY FUN—Clockwise from left: Kim Hafkenscheid of Woodland Hills dances with her daughter Mackenzie, 3, during the 30th annual Chili Cookoff and Car Show. The Simi Valley Knights of Columbus presented the event at St. More...

Pageant promotes academics, talent

Contestants compete for scholarships

Fourteen young women from Moorpark and Simi Valley will compete for the titles of Miss Moorpark, Miss Simi Valley, Miss Teen Moorpark and Miss Teen Simi Valley at 5 p.m. More...

Volunteer board members sought

Help preserve local history, artifacts, buildings, landmarks

The Simi Valley Historical Society, formed in 1964 as a nonprofit organization, is looking for additional members for its executive board of directors.  Volunteer board members provide leadership to meet the goals of the society in the preservat More...

Western author to host book signing in Simi

Author Jim Christina will hold a book signing from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...