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On Wednesday afternoon, Shoes That Fit’s office administrator Jarret Bjornsen was at work creating nametags and school supply lists that will soon accompany backpacks for an upcoming initiative.
Jamboree Housing Corporation recently gave me a tour of two of its permanent supportive housing projects, as a preview of what the company has planned for Claremont. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Regular readers of the Claremont COURIER may be getting the impression that the entire city is either under construction or has a proposed development coming, and you can add one more to the list, tentatively called Foothill and Towne.
Last Friday at Rhodes Park in San Dimas, California state senators, state assembly members and representatives at both the city and county level, along with members of the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority, Metro, and Metrolink board, gathered for a event to announce the 9.1-mile stretch of the project from Glendora to Pomona had reached 50% construction completion.
Mountain View Elementary School’s Ava Coronado, right to left, Espn Kinny, Maliyah Mccutcheon, Shyanne Mccutcheon, Sophia Citron, and teacher Alica Sanchez, were honored June 14th at the award ceremony for […]
This Wednesday, June 22, at 5:30 p.m. Jamboree Housing Corporation invites Claremont residents to view the property where the company has proposed building Larkin Place a permanent supportive housing project. […]
Graduation season continues in Claremont, but this time it’s CHS’ turn to honor their outgoing seniors. On Thursday evening, Claremont High School football stadium was filled with over 500 students (not to mention family and friends) from local schools ready to party. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo
Wendy and Joe Ramallo are advocating local transportation agencies to close a roughly quarter-mile gap in the sound wall along the south side of Interstate 10 in Claremont. A project to add toll lanes and extensively rework the 10 will also include sound wall construction, however the Ramallos would like to see the wall in Claremont built before that project begins. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
On Tuesday the Claremont City Council passed a two-year balanced budget that implements a few changes while maintaining existing levels of service with “some additional resources to improve current services.”
When winds in excess of 70 mph whipped through Claremont the evening of January 21, they uprooted hundreds of trees and left the city shaken, its streets awash in massive, mature trees, limbs and other debris. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo
Earlier this month, the Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College announced its first ever summer film series. Films will be shown on select Thursdays of the month beginning at […]
It really wasn’t perfectly clear Tuesday night, and there was smoke in the air from the fire near Wrightwood, but with a Starwberry Supermoon this bright, it did peak over […]
Minnie Lomeli, a local parent and anti-gun violence advocate, holds up her sign reading, “Don’t wait until it’s your child.” on Saturday during a March for Our Life protest in Claremont. Around 30 protestors from around the Inland Empire occupied the four corners of Indian Hill and Foothill boulevards to advocate for gun reform and an end to senseless gun violence. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo
It seems like Claremont native Amanda Andrade-Rhoades was always destined to be a reporter. And after years of perseverance in the field, the 28-year-old freelance photojournalist recently became a Pulitzer Prize winner thanks to her contribution in the Washington Post’s coverage of the January 2021 insurrection. Photo by Amanda Andrade-Rhoades/For The Washington Post
by Steven Felschundneff | email@example.com There remains a fair amount of confusion about the mandatory water restrictions imposed following the city’s declaration of a level two water supply shortage. To […]