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Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) was selected to receive a $55,000 grant from St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital (SJPVH) and St. John's Regional Medical Center (SJRMC), members of Dignity Health.
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The statewide $15 billion education bond measure would enable seismic, safety and maintenance building improvements to California public schools including $2 billion earmarked for community colleges.
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The Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) was recently recognized at the Ventura County Management Council's annual award luncheon for outstanding leadership and success in government and public service.
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The sculpture was created by Ventura artist Michael O'Kelly.
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Successful Ventura County resource family recruitment initiative reflects community gratitude with rebrand launch.
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As everyone begins to put together their resolutions for the New Year resolutions, local PODS moving & storage is helping residents declutter their homes and start the 2020 clutter free with some helpful tips. Tip #1- Go at your own pace.
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Local TV Talk Show Our Ventura TV is based in Ventura California. For guest appearance on the program go to www.ourventura.com
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Three employees from Ventura County Public Works Agency's Real Estate Services (RES) have been recognized by the International Right of Way Association (IRWA) for their commitment to helping members of the community.
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Event proceeds support Housing Authority Scholarship Program
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As a cancer patient at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, 4-year-old strong, kindhearted Payslee with a heart of gold wanted to do something to give back this holiday season.
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The size of the orchard is a little over an acre and holds an estimated 100, 1-year-old Haas avocado trees. The first crop is expected in 1 1/2 to 2 years.
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The Ventura County Public Works Agency's Watershed Protection District (VCPWA WPD) and United Water Conservation District (UWCD) has completed construction on the Piru Stormwater Capture for Groundwater Recharge Project that will work to improve the...
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The Ventura College Foundation Board of Directors has added two new board members: Harald Wulff and Abra Flores.
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The Santa Barbara/Ventura Counties Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals named Ventura College Foundation Executive Director Anne Paul King as its 2019 Professional Fundraiser of the Year.
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As racers gear up for this year's Santa to the Sea half marathon and 5k, local PODS® moving & storage are preparing its fleet of PODS containers for this year's toy drive.
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Small changes make a big difference in the environment, especially with regards to waste management and the way the community recycles. In preparation for VCPWA's participation in America Recycles Day, Nov.
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Holiday Merriments at The Collection at RiverPark start Nov. 16 with its annual Tree Lighting Celebration presented by Oakmont of RiverPark
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The Ventura College Veterans Resource Center and Ventura College Foundation are honoring veterans, active military and their families at the fourth annual Ventura College Veterans Appreciation Luncheon, Monday, November 4.
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In the wake of fire season, it is imperative to understand the damage and risks of flooding that can be caused by a wildfire's aftermath, years later and in the new burn areas.
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Our County. Our Kids. commemorates the recent adoption of multiple children during their National Adoption Awareness event on Nov. 20th
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Annual Storm Day 2019 training focuses on preparing for flooding due to a natural disaster
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The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) recently honored the Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura (HACSB) with the 2019 Award of Merit in the Resident and Client Services category for the Housing Plus program..
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The Housing Authority City of San Buenaventura (HACSB) Scholarship Program awarded a total of $9,000 in scholarships at its annual awards ceremony held Sept. 26 at the Museum of Ventura County.
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Beginning Sept. 30th, the Kanan Shuttle, operated by the City of Thousand Oaks, will change its services in an effort to improve the efficiency and cost effectiveness by eliminating low usage trips from 9a.m.
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The website enables students to engage with the foundation and explore scholarship opportunities, tuition relief and textbook lending opportunities.
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The grant funds will go towards SEEAG's "Ventura County Child Wellness Initiative," a program that is designed to educate and inspire children to eat healthy by adding locally grown Ventura County specialty crops to their diet.
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Perhaps Susan Burrell will crash the self-help industry once everyone gets a hold of this gem and puts it to work.
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Event proceeds benefit Housing Authority Scholarship Program
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The first ever Tools for School drive along with local PODS® moving and storage, Cumulus Media and General Mills has awarded a fourth grade class at Rio Del Norte school as the winner of school supplies that were collected over the course of a month.
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Australian Art and Décor Business Think Outside's Grand Opening on Sept 7th & 8th celebrates their first store in North America at The Collection at RiverPark
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The Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) has appointed Joe Pope as the new Director of Water and Sanitation. Pope replaces Michaela Brown, who served as the previous VCPWA Director of Water and Sanitation before retiring earlier this year.