June 23, 2017 RSS feed / Community

City Council agrees to split the cost of senior center study

Park district has long said facility needs to be expanded

The Camarillo City Council voted June 14 to join the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District in funding a study to find out how best to improve the Pleasant Valley Senior Center. More...

For the record

There was an error in the June 9 article “Senior standouts get ready to turn the tassel.” It was incorrectly noted that Melissa Yang is a single mother. The Camarillo Acorn regrets the error.   More...

Police arrest 3 for illegally selling $300K of avocados

Three employees of Oxnardbased Mission Produce were arrested June 14 on suspicion of illegally selling an estimated $300,000 worth of avocados, according to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office.  More...

United Way moving to Ventura offices

Citing cost savings and the need to reduce its space, Eric Harrison, president of United Way of Ventura County, announced last week the nonprofit will move out of its first-floor office suite at the Ventura County Community Foundation building in Cam More...

Get ready to run at harbor

Channel Islands Harbor will host its annual Fourth of July festivities, starting with a 10K Race and 5K Fun Run/Walk along Sunset Lane, Hollywood Beach. Registration and checkin will be at 7 a.m., followed by the races at 8 a.m. More...

BRIEFS

Learn about PR work The Ventura County Women’s Political Council will present “30 Rules for 30 Years in Public Relations” from 8:30 a.m. to noon Sat., June 24 at National University in Oxnard. More...

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Supermarket to open Wednesday

Sprouts replaces Haggen

High up in the basket of a red cherry picker, a construction worker slides the green capital S into the sign above the entrance to Sprouts Farmers Market. More...

Social host ordinance aims to deter teens from drinking

Unpopular atfirst, law has helped curb house parties

It’s summertime, and with teens out of school, the Camarillo Police Department reminds homeowners they face fines if police have to break up house parties attended by underage drinkers.  Since the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office star More...

$200M available in tax credits

State’s goal is for businesses to create jobs

More than $200 million in state income tax credits is available to businesses. To encourage company owners to apply, officials are holding a series of informational workshops throughout California, including in Simi Valley and Camarillo. More...

Chefs take on cookie cuisine

Girl Scouts of California’s Central Coast will host its third annual Fork It Over fundraiser from 6 to 9 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 3 at the Palm Garden Hotel, 495 N. More...

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