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by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com The season of delayed decisions continues as the Claremont Planning Commission elected on Tuesday to give itself a few more weeks to examine changes to […]

Restaurant-goers enjoy a meal at Casa 425

by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com Before March 2020 hit hotels and forced their temporary closure, Claremont’s Casa 425 + Lounge was forecast to have a “killer year,” according to Tara […]

Rooter Hero's main website page

by Mick Rhodes | mickrhodes@claremont-courier.com At the top of Rooter Hero’s webpage, consumers will find the boast, “4.8/5 Ratings based on 6,584 reviews … Great Service, Great Reviews.” And yes, […]

July 4th Fireworks in Claremont

by Andrew Alonzo and Matthew Weinberger | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com and mweinberger@claremont-courier.com Although it was the second year in a row without a city-hosted fireworks display, neighbors, families and friends still came […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com This week the state of California took the largest step yet in returning to “normal” pre-pandemic life, but what will that actually look like here […]

by Mick Rhodes | mickrhodes@claremont-courier.com In “Part I – How Much is Too Much?”, the COURIER described how an elderly Claremont couple, the Roberts, came to be mixed up with […]

It’s great to see people (and friends) returning to the great outdoors at parks and open spaces throughout Claremont. Such was the case for Larry Priddy of Upland, who makes […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com For months health professionals have praised the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine even as real world evidence remained elusive. This week a dose of proof […]

by Mick Rhodes | mickrhodes@claremont-courier.com Alison Roberts just wanted the nasty clog in her kitchen sink gone. It was a Saturday in mid-May, and the 81-year-old Claremont resident had exhausted […]

by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com Pride, poetry, live music and hard cider were on the menu Saturday night as about 50 friends and allies gathered to celebrate poetry night at […]

Saturday, July 31, 2021 | Entry at 7 p.m. Join Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare for a family-friendly fundraiser supporting their Children’s Services Center with the featured film, […]

Another sign of Claremont returning to a more normal, pre-pandemic state—the Claremont Interfaith Council announced this week that its baccalaureate will be conducted in-person this year. The annual interfaith service […]