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The Ventura City Council is holding a special meeting on Saturday, a look back over the past year's achievements and a look to the future. [Read More]
King tides show where the coastline may go as the impacts of climate change become more pronounced. Get a glimpse into Ventura's future this weekend. [Read More]
King tides show where the coastline may go as the impacts of climate change become more pronounced. Get a glimpse into Ventura's future this weekend. [Read More]
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Energy rates are rising in Ventura next year, in part due to a new electricity provider working to increase how renewables power the grid. [Read More]
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Even with over nine years of a growing economy, Ventura's pension debt continues to increase, according to the most recent anual report on finances. [Read More]
Ventura policymakers will weigh whether to join the city of Oxnard for an up to six-month "pilot shelter" in lieu of the traditional seasonal shelter. [Read More]
For the first time, Ventura will elect City Council members by districts. Several groups will host forums to give voters a chance to meet the... [Read More]
Opened in 2013 as a way to expand relationships with the homeless population, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Ventura County is closing. [Read More]
When Harbor Community Church is torn down, homes are expected to go up in its place. Hear more about those plans during a Thursday meeting in... [Read More]
Nine months after the fire, some Ventura homeowners say plans for bigger homes are coming at the expense of light, privacy and views. [Read More]
It isn't about white guilt or saving the day. Showing Up for Racial Justice is about mobilizing white people to help dismantle white supremacy. [Read More]
Plans for a mixed-use development in downtown Ventura incorporate a familiar, well-known feature: the Top Hat Hot Dog Stand. [Read More]
In the Ventura hillsides on Tuesday, 650 CLU students put in mulch, picked up trash and pulled weeds, part of the college's community service project. [Read More]
Avita Medical hopes FDA approval comes as early as September for RECELL, a burn treatment device manufactured in Ventura. [Read More]
Ventura's policymakers voted to name to its top post a veteran public official with vast experience. But concerns are raised about the hiring process. [Read More]
Ventura has been without a permanent leader since December. Monday, the City Council will vote on naming Don Penman to the post on an interim basis. [Read More]
Two water main breaks in Ventura on Thursday morning caused Pacific High School to close early, officials said. [Read More]
The Ventura Land Trust wants to send the message it is holding itself to high standards for managing its properties and can stay open in... [Read More]
The Cole Creativity Center, named for a longtime area family and supporter of the local arts, will hold a grand opening on Saturday in Santa... [Read More]
As Ventura City Council member Jim Monahan opts not to run again after serving 41 years, 15 others have stepped up to the plate. [Read More]
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