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by Andrew Alonzo | Tuesday, April 9 Claremont Police Department officers responded to a 9:42 p.m. call for service regarding a woman allegedly trespassing at Lombardo Law Firm, 408 W. […]

The Woman’s Club of Claremont will award up to eight scholarships of $1,000 or $500 to seniors graduating from Claremont or San Antonio high schools in 2024. The deadline to […]

California Botanic Garden’s annual Garden of Verses Poetry Festival kicks off national poetry month and CalBG’s wildflower month Saturday, April 6, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk garden paths […]

The second annual Claremont Community Emergency Response Team car show will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, April 14, at Claremont Toyota, 601 Auto Center Dr. The […]

Inland Valley Repertory Theatre has announced its 2024 season, which opens Friday, April 5 at Taylor Hall, 1775 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont, with ScriptFest, a three day reading festival. It runs […]

Claremont’s Pooch Park, 100 S. College Ave., will close temporarily for the month of April for bi-annual turf maintenance. The City’s landscape contractor will aerate the turf, flush dog urine, […]

Mervyn Winston Adams Seldon died January 24, 2024 after a battle with dementia.

By Andrew Alonzo | Tuesday, March 12 Claremont Police Department officers responded to an 11:10 a.m. call regarding a man near the intersection of Base Line Road and Mills […]

High winds buffeted Claremont and the surrounding communities early Thursday morning, with gusts up to 40 mph.

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by Beth Donovan | Special to the Courier Fewer Americans are smoking cigarettes these days, and that’s a good thing since smoking is the leading factor contributing to the risk […]

Last week the Claremont Architectural Commission signed off on a prospective ordinance that, if approved by both the Claremont Planning Commission and the City Council, will alter the design review process for many construction projects in town.

By Pamela Casey Nagler An overflow crowd — a broad interracial coalition of Muslims, Jews, Christians, residents, professors, and students — showed up at the February 13 Claremont City Council meeting […]

CUSD Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services Julie Olesniewicz presented an outline to this year’s LCAP during the Board of Education’s February 15 meeting, just ahead of the February 28 deadline set by the state. The update has been divided into two separate reports, the 2023-24 LCAP mid-year expenditure update and the 2023-24 metrics, which can be found in the board’s agenda for that same meeting. Image/courtesy of CUSD

Solveig Nelson, a postdoctoral fellow at Dartmouth College, will becoming Pomona College’s Benton Museum of Art’snew full-time curator of photography and new media in August. “I’m thrilled that Solveig will […]

Cal Poly Pomona alumni and students certified by the Internal Revenue Service provide free income tax assistance from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday through April 13 at Pomona […]

Pomona College was recently named on a list of top producers of United States Fulbright students for the 2023-2024 academic year by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Pomona placed among […]