Cleanup crews were on the scene of a spill of an unknown amount of partially processed sewage Saturday at the city’s wastewater plant reportedly created by a mechanical malfunction.
A decades’ long community favorite, the annual First United Methodist Church Bazaar, Soup Kitchen and Granny’s Attic is Saturday offering hours of fun shopping, delicious eating and treasure hunting.
An odd incident sent four people to the hospital Thursday after they became ill while working at a community bank.
Spooktacular Teague-McKevett Ranch will be the scene of GHOSTWALK 2015 where visitors will hear all about “Mule Skinner Blues,” how “Pride Goes Before the Fall” and “How Pride Cometh After the Fall” meet “Sespe Grey,” find out about “Flying on Fumes” and meet “Sassy Sally and Bratty Betty” who all have one thing in common…telling you how they met their demise.
An Oxnard gang member will appear in court for a Santa Paula murder, kidnapping and robbery two days before he will be sentenced to a separate incident that could bring him a life sentence.
Six people were injured — several seriously — when two vehicles collided head-on Saturday evening on Highway 126 west of Timber Canyon Road between Santa Paula and Fillmore.
Do you have a child that loves to sing and dance? It’s time for them to step into the spotlight with the Santa Paula SPOTLIGHT Youth Theatre where children and youth can take center stage and learn from a “show biz” professional now making a name as a performer.
“Inspire – Create – Restore” are the watchwords of Remnants on Main Antiques & Collectibles where lovers of the unique and unusual — from fun fedoras for Fido to functional industrial art — are finding a wonderland of shopping.
When it comes to historical preservation no place, and that means no place, beats Santa Paula, at least according to America in Bloom, which honored the city an Outstanding Achievement Award for preserving its past at the annual AIB awards.
The City Council will consider purchasing three new police SUVs and hear a report on the recent hearing held by the state land-use agency to consider the status of canyons slated for development.
Friday’s Cruise Nite will be the last of the 17th season for Ventura County’s most famous car show held in Downtown Santa Paula, a celebration that will feature Johnny & The Love Handles and plenty of fun.
On a 4-0 vote the City Council approved modifications to the Specific Plan for Limoneira East Area 1 that changed the proposed residential development to a Master Planned Community with private amenities available only to those residents belonging to a Homeowner Association (HOA).
The former Blanchard Community Library bookkeeper was arrested Thursday for allegedly embezzling more than $200,000 of library funds over at least a decade according to a statement by District Attorney Greg Totten.
All things water from drought and quagga mussels to water quality was addressed at the September 8 City Council meeting when representatives of the Watershed Coalition updated the panel for Ventura County (WCVC) on the Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRWMP).
Project Hope was presented to the City Council at thge September 21 meeting where they learned about the coalition striving to help the homeless.