Optometrist Dr. Brad Baggarly poses with one of the special glasses for watching the solar eclipse that his office is giving away. People interested in viewing the eclipse must protect their eyes with the glasses, or some similar device. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Charges were dropped Monday against a CUSD teacher who was accused of lewd acts against two children. The charges against Timothy Northrop, 57, were dropped during a preliminary hearing on Monday, August 14, according to the LA County Superior Court Database.
Actress and singer Lainie Kazan will be in Claremont tomorrow at “Jazz and Art in the Park,” as a guest of honor. The event, a benefit for Claremont Heritage, runs from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday at Garner House in Memorial Park, 840 N. Indian Hill Blvd
The Claremont Colleges own many homes on College Avenue including almost all of the properties on the east side of the street. Some residents are concerned that as the Claremont Colleges buy up more rental properties that there will be fewer choices for renters who are not college employees. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Hot off the presses is the Claremont COURIER Almanac 2017-18, our largest and most comprehensive special edition of the year. This year we focus on the decades long relationship between the city and the colleges, how they have worked together, through good times and bad, even before Claremont was born in 1907. Our 'Town and Gown' edition also includes a stunning aerial video of the Claremont Colleges, specially produced for the Almanac. Check out the link inside along with our downloadable PDF edition.
Claremont High School graduate Kori Carter can now add world champion to her resume after winning the 400-meter hurdles last Thursday at the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) World Championships in London.