A nationally recognized expert in search and rescue of those suffering from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is again appearing in Santa Paula for a special series of free seminars for first responders only as well as a second session for the general public.

A hot car fire in a carport near a building was quickly brought under control after Santa Paula Fire Department Firefighters responded to the incident that occurred not long after midnight Friday.

It was a bird on a wire that knocked out power Sunday evening in a wide area of Santa Paula leaving more than 1,100 customers in the dark, some for longer than two hours.

From New York City clubs to the Santa Paula Airport will be a trip through time for an acclaimed jazz and Big Band singer that will help celebrate the airport’s 85th Anniversary, Sunday, August 2.

The 48th Annual Kiwanis Club Citrus Festival drew carnival lovers to a four-day celebration of all things fun at Harding Park Thursday through Sunday.

You can drop off trash and then shop for treasures at two separate events Saturday, July 25.

There’s probably nothing police like more than reports of crime in progress but they would prefer that such information not come via social media such as Facebook. And, for good measure, police are also asking that people think twice about what they post for all to see when it comes to criminal activity and investigations.

Former Santa Paula Fire Chief James Bensen certainly has had adventures over the years but nothing like what happened Sunday when he and his dog Buster were traveling on Highway 101 during the storm that moved through Southern California.

It’ll be a “Glow on the Greens” when the 8th Annual Citrus Classic Balloon Festival offers a scaled back but still highly anticipated celebration September 18 at its new venue, Mountain View Golf Course in Santa Paula.

The tradition observance of the anniversary of the end of the Korean War will be recognized by devoted veterans Saturday who each year stage the event to show that those that served are never forgotten. And that includes by Koreans who also fought such as Hong Ki Park, President of the Korean War Veterans Association who will speak at the event.

A Santa Paula man who shot himself during a domestic dispute Thursday in Camarillo died the same day of an apparent domestic dispute in Camarillo Heights.

The governing board of the Santa Paula Unified School District received a status update on the East Area 1 K-8 school and voted to hire a special education teacher for a new Autism Spectrum Disorder K-3 classroom. 

It will be all old-fashioned carnival fun all the time starting Thursday at the 48th Annual Kiwanis Citrus Festival at Harding Park where families with kids and those out on date nights are guaranteed to have a great time!

It was rain, rain, rain over the weekend with more forecast in a rare July storm that brought thunder and lightning in the sky and in some areas havoc on the ground.

Santa Paulans can feel safer now that the fire department has become a recipient of a SAFER grant that will pump more than $900,000 into its budget.

Santa Paula Police made an arrest Saturday after an early morning shooting left five men wounded…and the man taken into custody was one of those injured in the melee that occurred during a party bus drop-off.

The Agriculture Museum held a panel discussion this past Friday to celebrate their current exhibit, Ag Air: Aviation in Agriculture, which focuses on Santa Paula’s airport history, agriculture, and crop dusters.

There’s been an earthquake swarm in the Santa Clara River Valley now numbering — or by the time you read this topping — 200 small shakers that started more than week a week ago.

A Santa Paula man was arrested Monday after police said he allegedly entered a Yale Street home, shoved the female resident who followed him outside and then took off with recyclables that were beside the residence.

A Santa Paula Police Officer had to be taken to the hospital Tuesday after a man he recognized and stopped near Kmart swung at him, hitting the officer in the face, not the first time the suspect has scuffled with law enforcement.

You have three different ways to save money to enjoy every ride at the 48th Annual Kiwanis Club Citrus Festival including the bargain bracelets that will let you ride any ride for six hours one day only!

Calla Dominguez raised Winkie from an abandoned kitten, gave him tiny baby bottles of milk and made the little black feline a part of her family...and now she’s offering a $250 reward for any information about where WInkie might be after he was catnapped by a neighbor’s relative.

There was a third fire incident near Santa Paula Tuesday when a motorhome caught fire near a popular golf course that sparked a brush fire quickly brought under control by firefighters from several agencies.

Usually you think of a train wreck as a bad thing, the same you would assume about a plane crash and a collapsed freeway.

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