It’s obvious Claremonter Bill Buehler is enthusiastic about the holidays. Every year his collection of blowup Christmas figures make an appearance near Miramar and Bonnie Brea Avenues and light up […]

The once-in-a-generation storm that rolled through Southern California Friday and Saturday left up to eight feet of snow in the higher elevations at Mt. Baldy and caused a seemingly citywide social media photo and video dump in Claremont, as the white stuff accumulated in the northern areas of the City of Trees for the first time in decades and residents documented the ultra-rare event. Mt. Baldy Village got about three feet of snow as well, and the Courier took to the skies Sunday to show just how beautiful — and crowded — the road up to the mountain had become.

Every year, talented local high school musicians compete in the Dan Stover Memorial Instrumental Music Competition, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Claremont. This year’s winner from the January 28 competition was CHS junior Sebastian Quadrini. Courier photo/Peter Weinberger

What a difference seven months can make. The Docente Colby Circle development on Indian Hill Boulevard is almost ready for its first residents. The 95-unit project is broken into two […]

Saturday, January 21 marks the one-year anniversary of the massive windstorm that walloped Claremont. This windstorm was one of the worst in years and did significant damage to trees, power […]