The closing of a few blocks of downtown Main Street to vehicles has commenced. This allows restaurants and stores to expand into ...
About 200 people attended a protest at the statue.
A demonstration was held. on Saturday, June 20, to demand that the statue of ...
Graduating students were all smiles.
by Sheli Ellsworth
Before COVID-19, the term “at-risk” was used to identify students that were having difficulty in school ...
by Richard Lieberman
Graduation season is here, and Ventura city schools celebrated graduating seniors from local high schools, Buena High School, El Camino ...
SEEAG and growers provide over 4,000 bags of fresh produce to local farm workers.
Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) organized produce donations from ...
And even Mariachi music to workers in the fields.
Ventura County Latino and immigrant rights activists are taking action to support the region’s ...
The Ventura City Council has approved a package of measures designed to help businesses recover from the coronavirus pandemic, including closing part ...
Going the Distance (Part 2)
by Amy Brown
Austin Schliecher is focused on using his time wisely during this highly unusual academic schedule. A ...
On August 7, 2018 a ceremony was held at Ivy Lawn in honor of Sergeant Dowell’s life.
The Ventura Police Officers’ Association (VPOA) ...
Starting in May, the city of Ventura began to proudly light up in purple, a nighttime display designed to honor the hospitality ...
Closing of downtown Main Street to vehicles has begun 1
Will Father Serra statue be moved? 2
Ventura High School Celebrates At-Risk Graduates 3
Ventura high schools hold graduation event at historic city hall 4
Growers were quick to respond when SEEAG put out the call for produce donations 5
“Feeding the Frontline” organizers expand local food distribution events 6
Partial closing of Main St. approved by city council, but when? 7
Teaching and Learning in a Pandemic 8
Dee Dowell Memorial Scholarship Award 9
Ventura lights up to honor hospitality industry 10