Inside the suspects' truck were Chevron display cases containing lottery tickets, cigarettes, cigarette lighters, potato chips and drinks, police said. All told, the approximate value of the stolen goods was $15,000.
As governor Gavin Newsom amps up the pressure to address the state’s housing crisis, Claremont is working to get its housing element back in sync.
Claremont was one of 47 California cities singled out by Mr. Newsom as being out of compliance with state housing standards. The reason, according to the state, is its housing element—a document that shows the city’s plan to meet its housing needs.
Guess what’s back on the west side of College Avenue? Construction crews quickly moved three huge palm trees back to their regular home on Pomona College Museum of Art property on the west side of College Ave and Second Street. The palms have been resting near the college's tennis courts, just east of the museum. As progress continues, the museum is really starting to take shape, although there's much work still to be done. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
A painted lady butterfly feeds on a statice flower on Monday in North Claremont. The butterflies made big news last week as the migrated through the southland and a few apparently have settled in for a while. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
It may be this spring we can call the City of Trees, the City of Green because of the spectacular display of color in the foothills north of Claremont. I've photographed the Claremont Wilderness Park many times, but have never seen such vivid color, especially this early in the year. All the winter rain will also bring on a lush wildflower bloom, which is beginning to happen now. So keep your eyes open, since warm weather is coming only adding to these wonderful scenic views. COURIER video/Peter Weinberger
Marilee K. Scaff, teacher and educator, former missionary, and longtime community activist and environmentalist in Claremont, died March 8 at the age of 103. A woman of prodigious intellect and energy, hers was a life well and fully lived.
Born November 27, 1915 in San Marcos, Texas, Ms. Scaff was the second of four daughters of Samuel Guy Kone and Marilee Fisher Kone.
FREE FAMILY FUN: Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra presents Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, with conductor Juan Felipe Molano and actor William Christian, in a free and open to the public concert at 11 a.m. at Bridges Hall of Music, 150 E. Fourth St., Claremont. The fun and family-friendly musical experience features a bird, a duck, a cat, a wolf, a grandfather, Peter, and all of the instruments of the orchestra.