Ventura County Star News
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Pearl Harbor survivors and other World War II veterans will mark the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor at a remembrance Saturday at the VFW Military Museum at the Simi Town Center.
The Santa Paula City Council this week selected a new mayor and vice mayor during its reorganization meeting.
Oxnard police said to expect traffic delays Saturday morning in areas of the city that are on the route of a foot race.
More than 100 trees, built of canned food, will be on display at The Collection at RiverPark in Oxnard this weekend. The cans will be donated to regional food bank FOOD Share.
An Oxnard girl diagnosed with a life-threatening disorder of the immune system called hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis will go to Disneyland with her family thanks to nonprofit Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties.
A former Thousand Oaks High School student who inspired others during his battle with cancer will be remembered and celebrated at a special event at the Borderline Bar & Grill.
Community members have organized a concert in Moorpark to help raise funds for a typhoon aid relief effort in the Philippines.
Tiger Woods' annual tournament brings golfers, fans and stories to Thousand Oaks.
An Oxnard woman who served as a witness in her former boyfriend's capital murder case could lose her own agreement with prosecutors and possibly stand trial for first-degree murder.
The city of Ventura's amnesty program on second units is set to expire at the end of December, prompting people to ask the City Council for another extension. It was extended by a year last year.
Alan Rose, choral music director at Westlake High School, said it didn't take long for the tears to start when a recent presentation from the Alliance for the Arts included two of his children and one of the first students he ever taught.
Thousand Oaks recently received a Highway Safety Improvement grant for more than $500,000 that will be used for new sidewalks and bike lanes and curb ramps of Westlake Boulevard south of the 101.
Simi Valley police continued Thursday to investigate a homicide-suicide involving two longtime next-door neighbors, but they still had not determined a motive.
The stars were whirling past Bob Cossart and his date, Eloise Roney, as they rode the Ferris wheel on the Santa Monica Pier that night in 1946.
Ventura's oldest Jewish reform congregation, Temple Beth Torah, will celebrate its 75th anniversary with five prominent cantors.
Kevin Kildee was elected mayor of Camarillo and Bill Little was elected vice mayor during the council's annual reorganization.
As a direct result of new home construction in the Moorpark Highlands and Canterbury Lane housing projects, 25 affordable homes will become available.
Former pension chief Tim Thonis is back running the county retirement system.
More than 100 people turned out to Camarillo's Constitution Park for the lighting of a menorah for Hanukkah.
Blair Anderson, a 2000 graduate from Oak Park High School who has traveled the country and Asia as an actress, is particularly excited this week because she is performing at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in the musical "The Addams Family."