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The bad news is the number of Claremont Unified School District students quarantined due to COVID-19 infection or exposure rose sharply this week, with Condit Elementary’s outsized numbers deemed an “outbreak” by Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
People visiting local bars and breweries will have to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination under a new rule from public health aimed at further reducing transmission of the virus at places where people congregate.
The defending San Antonio League champion Claremont High School Wolfpack football team is off to a rough start this season, but that may be part of the plan.
Eugene Corey, a Claremont resident for more than 60 years, and founder of Corey Nursery Company, died peacefully recently at Mt. San Antonio Gardens. “Gene” was 92 years old.
Last week the Claremont Courier published a letter from a faculty member at the Claremont School of Theology (CST) describing events which they say have led it to stay in Claremont.
After 35 years with the family, the picturesque home of former Claremont mayor Ellen Taylor is on the market and open to visit by private appointment, and to the general […]
We’ve seen the ads that are so different, it’s hard to tell whether they are talking about the same person. But Gavin Newsom is the focus and is on the […]
by Mick Rhodes | firstname.lastname@example.org LISTEN TO THE PODCAST Is it time to rethink the notion that marijuana—long considered a relatively “safe” method of altering one’s consciousness—is harmless? According to […]
Claremonters Frederick and Mary Ann Brussat were living and working in Manhattan on 9/11. They were in their home in midtown but the magazine they worked for was located in the skyscraper behind the historic Trinity Church at the end of Wall Street, just three blocks from the Twin Towers. After they found out their colleagues had been safely evacuated from the area, they wrote a prayer poem called “Rest in Peace” about the tragedy.
On Tuesday, the COURIER dropped by Everett’s Shoe Repair unannounced to chat with its new owner, Victor Ojeda, a shoe repairman from Los Angeles who wants to keep the shoe repair industry alive. “The craft that we do here, how you repair a shoe, and how you can bring back to life a really old pair of shoes…some people call it…an art that not so many can do anymore,” he said. “I wanted to give it a life and keep [it] going.”
Car enthusiasts from across Southern California will come together for the 27th Cool Cruise Car Show in Old Town La Verne on Saturday, September 11, 2021 from 10 a.m. to […]
Two youth are bathed in light mist as they pass Bardot Restaurant on Thursday in the Claremont Village. A late summer heat wave swept into the Inland Valley late this week with temperatures predicted to be near 100 degrees throughout the weekend. The cooler weather we had last week will be returning to the City of Trees beginning Wednesday.
Claremont students are returning to in-person fall classes for the first time since 2019, as we mark the second full academic year COVID-19 has altered time honored back-to-school rituals.
The frenetic Claremont housing market continues to strain the budgets of would-be home buyers as year over year price gains exceed 20% this summer. According to a report from DQ News, Claremont’s median home price in June 2021, the latest month for which data is available, was $731,000 based on 57 sale—a 23.4% increase over 2020.
Construction at Pomona College continues right into the fall semester with the building of the Center for Athletics, Recreation and Wellness on Sixth Street in Claremont. The $57 million renovation […]
Lizeth Hernandez, right, listens to the introductionary remarks of Community Groundwork Executive Director Mike Ceraso during a mixer for the non-profit last Thursday in Claremont. The start-up trains community college students in the mechanisms of politics and matches them with mentors with the goal of finding employment. Ms. Hernandez is one of 17 students who have completed Community Groundwork’s 20-hour coursework and aspires to become an elected official.