Have you ever seen pigs race? What about ducks and geese? Meet Glen Gregston from Winnsboro, Tennessee. He and his gang of animals travel the U.S. to present these thoroughbreds named Porkfessor, Mary Ham, Squeaky Nelson and more, as they race around a groomed track at yes, the Pig Racing stadium at the LA Fairgrounds. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger

Discussions between representatives from Pitzer College’s pro-Palestinian encampment, Pitzer President Strom Thacker, and Pitzer Board of Trustees Chair Don Gould took place Friday, and the takeaway was mixed. Courier photo/Andrew Alonzo

Demonstrators from the pro-Palestinian encampment at Pitzer College held a divestment rally Thursday afternoon, banging on pots and chanting demands the school to disclose and divest from companies with ties to Israel outside the university’s McConnell Center, where a Pitzer College Council meeting was taking place. Courier photo/Andrew Alonzo

“We need to bring people into this work, and every single program and every single event that we create is an invitation to come in,” said Pitzer senior Bella Jacobs. “I see this demonstration as an invitation … for the administration and the board of trustees to come and talk with us. I also think that Pitzer has a real opportunity here because students, faculty and staff are all willing to collaborate on ways for Pitzer to uphold its core values.” Courier photo/Andrew Alonzo

On Wednesday, February 21, at 8:20am, I was the victim of a distracted driver. My friend and I were on our way to Pasadena. She was driving, I was the passenger. It had rained the night before, and the roads were still slick. We were stopped at a red light meter on the on-ramp to the 210 freeway at Towne Avenue when we were struck from behind by a vehicle traveling at least forty miles per hour. Photo/courtesy of Zoe Brin

Barbara Gonzalez, board president for Claremont Meals on Wheels, clearly had a lot to say to the 80 people at Wednesday’s annual recognition dinner at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Claremont.

On Thursday, 350 California publishers (including the Claremont Courier) reaffirmed their support of the California Journalism Protection Act after Google announced it would stop showing news to some California residents in its search results. This is an undemocratic and unprecedented attack on journalism.

State and local officials, housing advocates, and representatives from Jamboree Housing Corporation were in town Wednesday for the groundbreaking of Larkin Place, Jamboree’s long debated 33-unit supportive housing development at 731 Harrison Ave., which is due to be complete in 2025. Courier photo/Matt Weinberger

One of the biggest issues for any owner of an electric vehicle is the infrastructure available for charging an EV. And Tesla has such a robust supply of charging stations […]

Protests continued Thursday after police from at least four jurisdictions — many in riot gear — descended on Pomona College Friday, April 5 and arrested 20 masked protesters after some had occupied President Gabrielle Starr’s office. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger

So “Where Am I” this week? Please email your answers — and suggestions for future mystery photos — to contest@claremont-courier.com for your chance to win a copy of the Courier’s new coffee table book of photography, “Timeless Claremont.” Photo/by David Sawhill

Over the past two winters, Mt Baldy, above, and other snow resorts have dealt with higher than average snow totals, as the current ski season continues into April. But there’s no secret it’s getting more dangerous to ski and snowboard in Southern California. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger

Southern California experience a partial eclipse that reached its height around 11:10a.m. on Monday, April 8. The sun was expected to stay partially covered for about an hour after, ending […]

Police from at least four jurisdictions — many in riot gear — descended on Pomona College Friday and arrested 20 protesters after some had occupied President Gabrielle Starr’s office. Courier photo/Andrew Alonzo

March 13 had been just another routine Wednesday at the Pomona home of Sydni Myrick-Causey. After putting her 2-year-old daughter to bed, she hit the hay herself around 11 p.m. Then about 1 a.m. her son ran into the room where she and her two daughters were sleeping, shouting that a fire had broken out in his room. Myrick-Causey ran to his room and saw a raging blaze. Courier photo/Andrew Alonzo

Rain clouds parted on Easter Sunday afternoon long enough for a large family picnic in June Vail Park. Temperatures will warm through Wednesday but more rain is on the way. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger

Diann Benningfield Ring died at age 81 on March 2, her hand firmly held by Robert, her husband of 60 years.