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by Gabriel Fisher The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas volleyball team was two sets away from returning to the NCAA DIII Women’s Volleyball Championship final, but they lost to Calvin University in the […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com On Tuesday the Claremont City Council unanimously approved a waste-to-hydrogen pilot program to be located at the city yard. The program would be run by […]

It may be late in the season, but with all of Claremont’s warm weather residents can finally see familiar signs of our changing seasons. Such was the case along Miramar Avenue, as a long row of trees showed their colors. It’s probably no surprise the Southland weather will remain sunny and warm, with highs in the mid-70s. Lows will be in the 50s, making the weather near perfect for outdoor activity during the Thanksgiving holiday. The COURIER staff wants to wish everyone a nice holiday! COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

A three-mile run, the pacer test, then a series of weight room exercises, these three signs indicate to a soccer player the high school season is right around the corner.

Claremont Police Chief Aaron Fate takes the oath of office during a ceremony on Monday at the DoubleTree hotel in Claremont. Chief Fate was sworn in by his Citrus College […]

Alta Dena resident Jacquie Beaubien photographs an artwork by Alison Saar on Saturday during Benton Museum of Art, Pomona College’s Community Welcome event. The celebration was the museum’s official grand […]

By Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com Claremont High School’s head varsity football coach Shane Hile ended Friday’s game against Laguna Beach with a huge grin on his face as he told […]

Sergeant-at-arms of the American Legion Keith Powell Post 78, John McCurdy salutes as the National Anthem plays on Thursday during Veterans Day services at Memorial Park. The annual event featured […]

Join friends at Last Name Brewing on Friday, November 12 and on Saturday, November 13, between 6:30 and 10 p.m. for a fun evening of 70s karaoke, dancing and fun organized by Ophelia’s Jump.

The growing problem of prostitution in Claremont seems to have reached a crescendo in the last few months, with residents in the south part of town reporting a significant increase in women soliciting customers on the streets adjacent to the intersection of Indian Hill Boulevard and the 10 Freeway.

Fog slowly rolls into Claremont: Foggy mornings are in the forecast as the inversion layer from the west drifts far inland to the Claremont area at the Base Line Road exit at the 210 freeway. But high temperatures will still warm up to the 70s by the afternoon. There is also a warm-up in the forecast with temperatures in the mid-80s by week’s end. The bad news is the inversion layer traps pollutants and is a significant factor in the formation of smog. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

Claremont resident LaLoie J. Johnson, better known as “Loie,” died October 18. She was 86 years old.

When Aaron Fate was in high school he took advantage of a program which allowed seniors to take classes at Citrus College for extra credit. However, all of the academic programs were full so he enrolled in an elective introduction to criminal justice.