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8 hrs ago | The Heartland Institute
On August 4, California Judge Kent Kellegrew took the unusual step of removing a citizen's initiative from the ballot that would have dramatically reformed pensions for all future employees in Ventura County, California by moving them from a defined benefit pension to a defined contribution retirement.
12 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
Homeless woman Jeanne Strickler, left, hugs her friends outside a laundromat before doing their laundry for free.
16 hrs ago | The Reporter
To chat with Eddie Money is to be enlightened by perhaps one of rock's true road warriors.
22 hrs ago | Pacific Business Times
Reformers spent tens of thousands of dollars on a proposed referendum to change Ventura County's public employee retirement system from a defined-benefit system to 401 -style system.
VENTURA NATIONALS Friday, Aug. 29, through Sunday, Aug. 31. The annual Ventura Nationals return to the Fairgrounds with custom vehicles, handmade merchandise and artwork from local and national artists.
Six-thirty p.m. is both an unusual and auspicious time to play live music that doesn't involve a church or a county fair.
What else is there left to say about the Beatles? It's a question that pops up with somewhat comforting regularity whenever any new minutiae about John, Paul, George and Ringo are unearthed, magnified and immortalized in book form.
If you like seeing the same bands perform all summer long at various events with festive titles then you are in luck.
California is in crisis mode with the drought, though it doesn't seem to be bothering too many people.
The American Public Works Association , a not-for-profit organization seeking to develop and support the people, agencies and groups that plan, build, maintain, and improve communities, has elected Larry Stevens , P.E., PWLF, project director for the HR Green, Inc. in Johnston, Iowa, as president of the company.
Forty years into their career, NWOBHM institution Raven will be touring this fall.
After years of debate, design and construction, new lanes on Highway 101 from Carpinteria to Ventura are about to open.
On September 2, 2014, the Captain Planet Foundation rolls out a new item for the classroom : Project Learning Garden a program.
The Pacific Coast Business Times' 2014 class of Spirit of Small Business winners were honored at an awards luncheon on Aug. 14, 2014 following the publication of a special edition on July 25, 2014.
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