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by Andrew Alonzo | firstname.lastname@example.org Bright and early Saturday morning participants and volunteers began to arrive at Memorial Park for the city’s yearly racing tradition, the 2022 Freedom 5000, sponsored […]
Members of the audience applaud the remarks of Councilmember Corey Calaycay on Tuesday during the Claremont City Council meeting. The council voted 3-2 not to approve Jamboree Housing Corporation’s request for an easement across the parking lot at Larkin Park handing the company a set back in their quest to build a permanent supportive housing development on Harrison Avenue. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Reaction among local religious leaders to the United States Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade is, as one might expect, varied. COURIER photos/Matt Weinberger
It was a big day at Mt. San Antonio Gardens as they welcomed their new addition Evergreen Commons on Thursday during a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Claremont City Council […]
This July, Ophelia’s Jump Productions’ Midsummer Shakespeare Festival returns to Pomona College’s Sontag Greek Theatre with a special presentation of William Shakespeare’s, The Winter’s Tale. “The Winter’s Tale is unique […]
Last month, the City of Claremont made the unfortunate decision to cancel the annual fireworks display, opting to replace it with a concert by The Ravelers at Memorial Park. Great band, lots of fun. But if you really want to see fireworks, here are some options.
Saturday, June 18, marked the tenth year Endless Fitness owner Darlene Berg has hosted a day of endless fitness in support of the Alzheimer’s Associations Longest Day event. Fitness enthusiasts and advocates from cities near and far participated in several courses for sixteen continuous hours, all in support of the cause. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo
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
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.
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 […]