Travelers can get quick pre-flight virus test

CareNow in Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks offer pre-flight COVID-19 rapid testing to American Airlines’ guests traveling to 13 international destinations throughout Central America and the Caribbean, as well as domestic destinations including Hawaii. The partnership provides COVID-19 testing to the carrier’s guests at the two CareNow clinics for American Airlines passengers traveling to Aruba; Nassau, Bahamas; Bogota, Colombia; Roatan, […]

Credit union largesse

Logix Community Stars, the nonprofit foundation of Logix Federal Credit Union, announced it has distributed $100,000 to four local nonprofit organizations. The charities will allocate the dollars for programs and services to support their clients. Burbank Temporary Aid Center, Circle of Hope, For The Troops and Penny Lane Centers each received a check for $25,000. Community Stars has been serving […]


Economic discussion on what to expect in post-pandemic opening

Online program is 5:30 p.m. today

Logix Federal Credit Union will host a Virtual Economic Forecast at 5:30 p.m. today, June 10. Logix president and CEO Ana Fonseca will be the moderator. The guest speakers are Jeffrey Cleveland and Siddharth Saravat. Cleveland is a director and the chief economist at Payden & Rygel. He is responsible for developing views on the U.S. and global economy. His […]

Rounding up hazardous waste

A free Household Hazardous Waste and Ewaste Recycling Roundup forAgoura will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sun., June 13 at the Calabasas Landfill scale area, 5300 Lost Hills Road, Agoura. Los Angeles County residents will be able to safely dispose of household hazardous waste such as antifreeze, unused pharmaceuticals, car batteries, used motor oil, paint and pesticides. […]


Commercial flights into Ventura County? It’s being discussed

Workshops broach the subject

The potential for commercial airport services in Ventura County was the topic of a virtual public workshop presented May 13 by the Ventura County Department of Airports. The topic of commercial use is one of the segments included in the county’s master plan required by the Federal Aviation Administration. The plan, prepared by Arizona-based consultants Coffman Associates, indicates that the […]


Harold’s House of Omelettes now looking sunny-side up

Local diner patrons are rejoicing over some egg-cellent news. Harold’s House of Omelettes, Thousand Oaks’ oldest restaurant that closed its doors May 7, will reportedly live to scramble again. The historic eatery on T.O. Boulevard is under new management and is expected to reopen soon, said Diana Felix, a colleague of the investor who is said to have bought Harold’s. […]

Credit union takes up cause for animals

Logix Federal Credit Union’s Paying with a Purpose: Pennies for Pals campaign recently raised $20,000 to benefit five area nonprofits that champion the connection between people and their animal companions. From May 1 to 15, each time a member used their Logix Mastercard credit or debit card, the credit union donated two cents to support one of the following nonprofits: […]

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