There was no day off for the Labor Day Committee and the hundreds of participants that filled Main Street for what was probably the largest Labor Day Parade ever.
The historic Glen Tavern Inn is celebrated not only for its architecture and history, but also for its famous guests... whether dead or alive.
A truly “homegrown” firefighter was honored as the Public Safety Officer of the Quarter at the August Good Morning Santa Paula!
A Santa Paula man was in serious condition after being stabbed Friday evening during an altercation with his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend.
“Rethink your drink!” might sound somewhat Shakespearean, but it was just one of the snippets of sound advice offered at Saturday’s 2nd Annual Health Fair.
It started as a cryptic message on Nextdoor.com, the online service that links neighborhoods.
Santa Paula Fire was among the responders to an incident Monday that left the cab of a semi-truck dangling over a 200-foot-high hillside in the Lake Piru area.
With the 20th Anniversary of Santa Paula’s famed GhostWalk looming, Carlos Juarez is looking for good ghosts... or rather photos of actors in character that portrayed otherworldly types over the last two decades.
Short bursts of rain couldn’t dampen the celebration for the official opening of the Aviation Museum of Santa Paula held at the recent First Sunday Open House at Santa Paula Airport.
Six candidates qualified for the City Council race to be decided November 4 but what seemed would be campaigning for seats on the Blanchard Community Library’s Board of Trustees fizzled when only two candidates filed for two open seats.
A crowd of about 200 people filled the chairs while others stood against the walls Monday evening at the Community Center at a City Council Ad Hoc Committee workshop to hear what city leaders have in store for escalating water, sewer and sewer surcharge rates, the latter two among the highest in the county.
The extended filing deadlines for City Council and Blanchard Community Library is looming with those seeking elected office having until Wednesday at 5 p.m. to qualify for the November 4 General Election.
Strawberries holding on to 1st place in the 2013 Ventura County Crop & Livestock Report was no surprise but the fact that avocados made guacamole out of its competitors - ranking 2nd - was
A man claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service that attempted to bully an area woman for “back taxes” might be threatening you next so be aware.
An Oxnard gang member has a court date later this month in connection to the murder of an area woman that occurred last year.
With one incumbent officially declaring he will not run for reelection the filing period for City Council will be extended until Wednesday, August 13.
A Santa Paula man was injured and arrested Monday after being left in a vehicle involved in an accident during an attempt to outrun a Thousand Oaks motorcycle officer.
The city is hoping for a big turnout Monday at a workshop where future water/sewer rates and methods of calculating same will be addressed.
Six Santa Clara River Valley high school students were celebrated when they disembarked from a special internship voyage into future heath care careers.
The entire county is invited to “Honor the Labor Force” at Santa Paula’s 10th Annual Labor Day Parade.
What was described as a shoplifting incident that “went bad” is being investigated by Santa Paula Police.
Ahoy! Old Man Moonlight is going to welcome you aboard the adventure of a lifetime when you book passage to a “Polynesian Paradise!” for the 8th Annual Moonlight at the Ranch celebration, where you’ll “Get your Tiki on!” September 20 at Limoneira Ranch.