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by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com LISTEN TO THE STORY For one special week, 80 Girl Scouts from around the greater Los Angeles area returned to Camp La Casita, in a […]

Families Come Out to Claremont Yoga

by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com Inside Tracy Brennan’s new Claremont Yoga studio, located at 300 West Foothill Boulevard, parents and children have shown up over the last six weeks to […]

Girl Scout Troop 5604 stocks the back of their car with goods and supplies

Over the past year, we have heard stories of migrant children and young adults being housed in various detention facilities across our nation. On May 1, ABC7 reported that approximately […]

Headshot of Samuel Kraemer-Dahlin

Per Dahlin lives in a constant state of vigilance, ever fearful her son is going to die. “I always feel like that,” said the 60-year-old Claremont resident and mother of […]

A pétanque player tosses metal boules

After a yearlong wait, Claremont seniors were able to put on their wrist straps and toss their metal boules again as the pétanque (pronounced “pay-tonk”) group at the Joslyn Senior […]

by Steven Felschundneff | steven@claremont-courier.com Pomona based Newcomers Access Center, in partnership with Claremont’s own Shoes That Fit, has donated 274 pairs of new shoes to the unaccompanied minors currently […]

Gym-goers work on their exercise routines

From before sunrise until after sunset Saturday, 16 hours of continuous heart pumping exercise was hosted by Darlene Berg, owner of Endless Fitness, during her local Alzheimer’s Association Longest Day […]

A local chef showcases the recycling process

Beginning next month, all Claremont businesses will be enrolled in the city’s widely recognized free Commercial Food Waste Recycling Program that will not only help recycle food scraps regularly thrown […]

Jean Parafiorito with her family

While most of us hope to live a long and healthy life, we rarely think about what that journey could actually entail. For Claremont resident Jean Scaduto Parafiorito, the journey […]

Last week the Claremont Manor Care Center staff busily prepared decorations for resident Velma Beckett who received a special luncheon for her 103rd birthday. Ms. Beckett was very happy to […]

Claremont police officer Matt Morales will be the handler for CPD’s new K-9, an 11-month-old red blood hound named Drew. She is trained in human scent detection and will be […]

Pomona based Newcomers Access Center, in partnership with Claremont’s own Shoes That Fit, has donated 274 pairs of new shoes to the unaccompanied minors currently living at the Pomona Fairplex. […]

by Jessica Aitken Warm spring sun filtered through the green leaves at Lewis Park beside the Alexander Hughes Community Center on a recent Wednesday as the bone builders exercise group […]

by Mick Rhodes | mickrhodes@claremont-courier.com We’ve all done whatever was necessary to feel comfort and joy during this pandemic. Though the news is mostly good now, and about half the […]

by Andrew Alonzo | aalonzo@claremont-courier.com After 37 years of teaching, during which she has overseen countless high school productions, earned a space in the National Educational Theater Association Hall of […]