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The City of Thousand Oaks has made a commitment to the Arts and Culture organizations of the Thousand Oaks area by setting aside $500,000 to be used for emergency COVID-19 relief. "Access to the arts is a critical part of a well-rounded community.
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California's Secretary of Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency, Lourdes Castro Ramírez to address Ventura County webinar Nov. 17th
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College's MESA Program Supports Duran in Her Educational Goals
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The Gene Haas Advanced Manufacturing Lab had its grand opening Thursday, October 7 at the Applied Science Center at Ventura College.
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Ventura County Farm Day is back with free, in-person, open farm tours on Saturday, November 6.
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The County of Ventura Public Works Agency has been awarded Employer of the Year for 2020-2021 by the International Right of Way Association
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Local PODS® Moving & Storage is teaming up with radio stations 95.1 KBBY and 100.7 KHAY Country to once again help the local community by awarding one lucky winner a $1,500 cash prize and one local charity will win a matching $1,500 donation.
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The Ventura College Foundation Board of Directors selected a new board chair and vice-chair and approved two board members.
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Thousand Oaks Arts' (TOArts) AccessArts Grant Program is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year.
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Each year, peers recognize fellow employees for their skills and outstanding job performance in the respective categories of operations & maintenance, office, and management
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PODS Moving & Storage Ventura County have partnered with Cumulus Media & Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) to provide over 200 backpacks for children in Ventura County who need them most.
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253 homeless parents and children in Ventura County are now independent and free of government assistance
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Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) has named Director of Roads & Transportation's David Fleisch as VCPWA's Assistant Director.
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Ventura County Public Works Agency Watershed Protection (VCPWA-WP) is soliciting input from the community regarding the scope and content of the Santa Clara River Levee Improvements Upstream of Highway 101 (SCR-1) Project Environmental Impact...
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The Workforce Development Board of Ventura County (WDB) elected Peter Zierhut as chair and Stephen Yeoh as vice-chair.
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During a regular meeting of the First 5 Ventura County Commission on Thursday, Commissioners unanimously approved adding Juneteenth as a paid holiday just moments after President Biden declared it as a new federal holiday.
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Aurora Loss Estate Gift Will Support Ventura College Nursing Department And Its Students.
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Completion of the project will create a wider channel and replace an existing bridge, allowing future removal of the Matilija Dam
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SEEAG will work with the Human Services Agency's CalFresh program to develop a curriculum designed to encourage families to enroll in CalFresh.
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Leading developer of affordable housing will host virtual event with inspirational speaker for 2021 grads
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Mary Maranville, founder and CEO of Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG), received the Women's Economic Ventures (WEV) Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award for Nonprofits.
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The Ventura College Foundation awarded 400 scholarships to 228 students totaling $642,758 for the 2020/21 academic year. Students were notified this month of their scholarship awards.
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No previous construction or mechanical experience is necessary.
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The free Virtual Resource Fair will be Wednesday, May 19, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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While Ventura County is helping families stay together whenever possible, a child or children may still need to be temporarily placed in out of home care at any time, day or night, to ensure their overall safety.
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Since 2014, The City Center in Ventura California has found that exceedingly rare gem of working with the homeless population - 100% success.
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Homes with Heart VC urges families to support older youth with a place to live during their transition into independence.
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VCPWA receives over six million dollars in state funding for the El Rio Pedestrian Improvement and Safe Routes to School Project
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Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) is hosting its "Let's Grow A Garden"--an at-home garden program for students in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.
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The Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation (Cabrillo EDC) is the largest developer of affordable homes in Ventura County. With 24 properties, 1,159 homes and future projects in development, the organization is celebrating 40 years of home.
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According to Healthline, whether you're temporarily stuck indoors, work from home, or are having a tough time getting to sleep, your mental health can benefit from keeping your space tidy.