A series of tips to Santa Paula Police from citizens concerned that narcotic sales could be taking place at a west side residence led to the arrest of a father and son Friday on suspicion of selling marijuana at the home.
A Santa Paulan wants to spread the word after his wife’s vehicle was stolen near an East Main Street church using a sophisticated method commonly known as “code grabbing.”
Santa Paula Police arrested an area man Saturday for allegedly carrying a knife, loaded handgun, methamphetamine and a pipe known commonly used to smoke the illegal substance.
With no public comment or discussion among themselves the Santa Paula Unified School Board agreed Thursday to place a $39.6 million bond measure for voters to decide in June to fund renovations to the district’s six elementary schools and Isbell Middle school.
It wasn’t as wet as expected but it sure was windy Sunday leaving downed trees throughout the region but little damage in Santa Paula.
Santa Paulans should double-check their calendars to make sure they attend the February 3 public scoping meeting hosted by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) addressing proposed safety enhancements on Highway 126.
A Santa Paula man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of being the thief who stole beer from a local pharmacy Saturday afternoon and then threatened a store employee by stating he was armed with a gun.
Ventura County Sheriff’s Major Crime detectives and Todd Road Jail personnel are investigating the Sunday afternoon death of an inmate, a Santa Paulan, housed at the facility just west of Santa Paula.
A development in the works for more than a decade that has raised questions and concerns from nearby residents will be the subject of a City Council study session February 16.
Putting teeth in the new Spay/Neuter Ordinance brought with much discussion of the new law that would require pets to be fixed, but with some baring their claws when it came to the licensing of cats.
At a press conference Thursday morning — just steps away from the monument honoring fallen firefighters — an attorney outlined a civil rights complaint against the County of Ventura, District Attorney Greg Totten, prosecutors and investigators as well as Sheriff Geoff Dean and members of his staff.
The Harvard Boulevard Sewer Trunk Replacement Project has taken to the streets tearing up portions of the roadway and causing commuters to either get struck in traffic or fine an alternate route, at least for the time being.
The City Council approved — but not without one member noting their reluctance — to move ahead with a $50,000, 16-week study on options for the Santa Paula Fire Department.
It’s back and Caltrans is planning two meetings in the Santa Clara River Valley to consider improvements to Highway 126, a longstanding and controversial plan for Santa Paula and Fillmore area residents but work that Caltrans claims will enhance safety.
You’ll be able to enjoy a romantic night out and do some good for the community when you attend the February 13 Sweetheart Dance sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Paula!
Santa Clara Valley Hospice/Home Support Group celebrated supporting the community at its times of need at its 35th Annual Meeting held last week at Flight 126 Café.
Santa Barbara-based Environmental Defense Center (EDC) has filed a notice with California Resources Corporation (CRC), formerly Vintage Production Co. when owned by Occidental, of its intent to sue for alleged violations of the Clean Water Act at its South Mountain oil field.
Valley Express, the Santa Paula’s inner-city bus service, is on the move but some said one speaker are being pushed off the bus due to rising fares.
A 14-year-old Santa Paula boy was arrested Thursday morning for being in possession of a methamphetamine, an incident that prompted some comment from Santa Paula Police.