A unique summit will bring together business leaders for a panel discussion and awards for some of Santa Paula’s internationally recognized manufacturers on October 28.

Santa Paula is host to yet another unique art show that features the students of one of the most acclaimed artists in the region: the 10th Annual Art Show, Artists and Friends of Judy Klement is now on display at Blanchard Community Library.

When the clock struck 10:16 a.m. it was Drop, Cover and Hold On for millions of Californians that took part in the October 16 Great ShakeOut, an exercise in earthquake preparedness practiced around the world.

An area man who argued with his mother and then tried to damage her fence was arrested Friday after a student attending the Santa Paula High School Homecoming football game spied the man holding a rifle.

Santa Paula is getting closer to getting on the bus with the plan to provide fixed-route transit service expected to launch January although it won’t be called the Heritage Valley Transit Service.

Ideas of how to deal with gang violence and closing remarks from those seeking office - including from an incumbent on why he started recusing himself from closed sessions on an arbitration issue - ended the September 24 City Council Candidates Forum.

Mercer-Prieto VFW Post 2043 cooked up enough spaghetti to feed a platoon so there was plenty of go around at the veterans’ annual Spaghetti Dinner held October 9 at the Community Center.

If you don’t want to leave democracy behind remember: the deadline to register to vote or to change your registration for the November 4th General Election is Monday, October 20.

There are a lot of kids in Santa Paula learning a lot about fire safety due to an entertaining but life-saving program being presented at area schools.

It should be a short City Council meeting Monday night with one business item - the disposal of surplus vehicles - on the agenda, although there is a consent decree with a federal agency on the Consent Calendar related to problems with the city’s storm drain system.

Santa Paula Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish a burning mattress in a homeless encampment in the Santa Paula Creek bottom Tuesday night that threatened to spread into dry brush.

A Santa Paula man accused of abusing numerous dogs at his east side home pleaded guilty Tuesday to five misdemeanor counts of failure to care for animals, a resolution to a case that had garnered international attention.

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