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A new survey ranks the Ventura County area among the most secure places to live in the United States, based on job security, low crime rates, the threat of terrorism and response to natural disasters, among other things.
I'm appalled," said Larry Kurmel, executive director of the CBA, "that a federal agency would argue as NCUA has that Ventura County is a single community because -- and I quote -- 'the majority of Ventura County residents are of one race (white) and the population is generally made up of white collar (professional) employees.
When she became a Ventura County sheriff's deputy in 1981, she brought her childhood passion with her, spending countless hours with the department's mounted equestrian team.
Ventura County has reported no human cases, but three dead birds -- one in Camarillo and two in Thousand Oaks.
16, 1996--City National Corporation, parent company of City National Bank, and Ventura County National Bancorp (VCNB), today announced that they have signed a definitive agreement in which VCNB will be merged into City National Corporation in a transaction totaling $47 million.
The value of Ventura County's agricultural crop dropped about 12 percent in 2005, mostly as a result of the near-record rains, the Ventura County agricultural commissioner said Friday.
1, 1995--Ventura County National Bancorp announced Friday that the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has terminated the agreement between the OCC and the Company's principal subsidiary, Ventura County National Bank.
Two major improvement projects along the 101 Freeway in Ventura County have snarled traffic for motorists, but they promise better commutes once construction is complete.