(Thousand Oaks, Ca) The City of Thousand Oaks is currently seeking applicants who are interested in serving on the Community Funding Review Committee. The Community Funding Review Committee reviews Sports Facility Endowment Fund (SFEF) and […]
(Ventura County, Ca) Voters across California head to the polls today with decisions on a confusing array of candidates. If you live in Ventura County and want to obtain a copy of your sample ballot, […]
(Thousand Oaks, Ca) Conejo Valley Unified School District Board Member John Andersen sits down with the Voice La Voz to discuss parents, fellow board members, the school district and improvements made for special needs students. […]
While Los Angeles has been called “the homeless capital” of America, Thousand Oaks has been shielded from becoming a city strewn with tents like those seen around LA. But the growth of homeless individuals and […]
Coming to America Articles in this series examine the stories of those who immigrated to the United States From European Socialism to American Politics Yvonne Sabato Kabouchy Escaped Communism to Start a New Life with […]
SB54 is a bad state law. It violates the U.S. Constitution that our public servants and elected officials swore to uphold. SB54 interferes with law enforcement efforts by radically prohibiting standard cooperation with federal immigration […]
A car is a big investment. Whether it is your daily driver or your Sunday fun car, here are some things you can buy for your car.