Claremont residents were given the opportunity to engage with the city on the specifics of the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park master plan Monday evening. The event was an effort to inform residents about the future of the park and an opportunity for public comment. Held at Taylor Hall, it was structured as an open forum.
On Friday, September 25 just before 5 p.m., 36-year-old Salome Rodriguez casually walked into the Chase bank, located on the 800 block of south Indian Hill, to allegedly cash a stolen check. The Pomona resident's plan quickly unraveled when the teller contacted the victim of the theft, who confirmed it was stolen.
A Claremont police officer handcuffs the driver of a Toyota sedan while another officer keeps his gun trained on a passenger on Tuesday in Claremont. The car was reported stolen out of El Monte. Claremont police arrested the two male occupants following a short pursuit in the city. More as the story unfolds. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont High School cross-country coach Bill Reeves may be a man of few words, but he certainly got the message across to his runners: go for the team win over individual results.
And that’s exactly what happened as the Wolfpack swept the second Palomares League meet on Tuesday at Bonelli Regional Park, even though the highest varsity place was second place. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Visit art galleries throughout the Village for Claremont Art Walk receptions between 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, October 3. Additionally, art and craft vendors plus a live band will be at Art Walk at the Packing House.
It was a busy week for Claremonters as they did not hesitate to comment about a nunber of issues impacting the city. Top on the list is Measure PS, which if pasted, will finance a new police station. But some residents have concerns about costs, even though our current station is dated and undersized for the police department staff. But Claremont will residents want to pay for a new one? Read on.
Carol Sontag, a longtime Claremont resident, died on September 12, 2015. She was 91.
She was born Carol Ann Furth on January 8, 1924 in Woodland, California, the third child and only daughter of Victor and Valance Furth of Winters, California in Yolo County. She was a third-generation native Californian, her great-grandparents having migrated west during the Gold Rush.