CMS Athletes: Are their talents being overlooked? Dear editor: You hear the crowd roar as you step down the aisle to find a seat near the game. The CMS Women’s […]
Thanksgiving break for CMC low income students Learning that the default for most college peers is to head home during the holidays can be difficult for many first generation and […]
Dear editor: The increase in scams targeting Zelle app users has raised the question of how much companies like Zelle are doing to protect their users from cybercrime.
Dear editor: As president of the Claremont Unified School District Board of Education, I need to clarify some information regarding the school resource officer position after a series of misleading headlines, articles, and social media posts. T
Dear editor: Have you ever wondered how and when history defining movements lose the momentum to influence human affairs, and in their decline cause disastrous disruptions of the socioeconomic and political infrastructure that supported their period of domination over the course of human history?
Dear editor: We at Claremont Wildlands Conservancy (CWC) urge your support in our effort to raise the funds to add 103 acres of hillside open space to the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. These acres comprise the last large, privately-owned property in our foothills that could be developed with many housing units.
In response to the October 3 March for Women, I have two observations: (1) It was wonderful to see all the younger women who gave their time, energy and hearts to the movement.
Only one of the many buildings owned by the city is open to the public 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. That building is the Police Department facility on Bonita Avenue and manned by 94 police-related personnel. This is the only city building in dire need for retro-fitting and seismic protection.
Dear editor and the Claremont Community: On behalf of the Claremont Kiwanis Club, I want to thank the folks who purchased concessions during the summer concert series on Monday nights! Money raised in concessions goes directly to supporting the bands, week after week.
Public comment to city council Dear editor, Our city has a moral and humanitarian duty to protect those who protect us, namely our 94 members of the Claremont Police Department. […]
Transportation depot name changed again? Dear editor: Elaine Turner, president of the Claremont Museum of Art, is raising $180,000 in donations to “build out the Depot.” My first reaction to […]
Claremont’s PD facility a disgrace Dear editor: The police department facility on Bonita Avenue is a disgrace for Claremont. Surrounding cities have already built new police facilities. It’s time to […]