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City holiday closures: beginning Friday, December 24, Claremont City Hall, the Alexander Hughes Community Center, the city yard and the Joslyn Center will all be closed throughout the holidays and will not reopen until Monday, January 3.

Claremont Boy Scout Troop 402 has welcomed six new Eagle Scouts following a ceremony on Sunday at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.

On Monday, Claremont Graduate University (CGU) announced “lead gifts in conjunction with several additional gifts” totaling over one-million dollars — had been secured to create the Ellis Cumberbatch Professorship. The […]

Across the United States last week, thousands of stories were shared at the Thanksgiving table. And Claremont McKenna College senior, Sarah Chen was the talk of her family’s Thanksgiving as her mother, father and younger brother told guests about how the Alaskan native earned the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, one of, if not the most competitive scholarships in the world.

Claremont’s San Antonio High School was recognized this week as an Apple Distinguished School, one of only 690 from 36 countries around the globe, and the only continuation school in the world to be honored with the coveted distinction.

by Gabriel Fisher It’s 11:40 a.m. I sit on the concrete ground to the side of the outdoor COVID-19 testing stations, waiting to observe students passing through. Two people have […]

by Andrew Alonzo | On Wednesday afternoon, all eyes were on Webb School senior Victor Zhang. Students, faculty, and staff at the school have heard talk over the last […]

With over 100 in attendance, there was no shortage of people ready to show support for CLASP (Claremont After-School Programs) during their annual event on Sunday. The gathering was in […]

By Andrew Alonzo | Claremont High School’s head varsity football coach Shane Hile ended Friday’s game against Laguna Beach with a huge grin on his face as he told […]

The big news this week for Claremont Unified School District is its elementary school students are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19, a move officials anticipate will help to keep more kids healthy and in school.

Creative, collaborative and committed — these are a few words that can be used to describe Citrus College in its efforts to support students in a remote learning environment.

It was a special Friday night for Claremont High School senior August Waggener, who at halftime of the CHS homecoming game was crowned homecoming queen.

It was a homecoming night to remember for the Claremont High School varsity football team, who utterly dominated the Chaffey High School Tigers, running out 37-0 final on Friday. It seems almost cut and dry to say both the offense and defense did their job, but that’s exactly what happened.

Surrounded by his friends and family, senior Viraj Urkudey was crowned Claremont High School’s homecoming king on Friday, October 27 during a special presentation at Memorial Park. This year’s ceremony […]

When P.J. Walker was in second grade he wanted to take classes in hip hop style dancing taught at Village Dance Arts in Claremont. Always seeking to encourage her child’s interests, Grace Kao was more than happy to accommodate, but with a slight caveat. She noticed that any boy who signed up for ballet lessons could take the other classes for free, so P.J. enrolled in both.