City crews began installation of a new residential permit parking zone on the residential portion of Harvard Avenue between Foothill Boulevard and 12th Street.
The permit parking zone was approved by the city council at its November 27 meeting and will be in effect seven days a week, between the hours of 6 p.m. and 2 a.m.
The Canyon Montclair announced 20 concerts, with tickets going on sale at 10 a.m. on January 21.
COURIER readers can purchase tickets early, before they go on sale to the general public, by using the password “canyon,” beginning Tuesday, January 15. Tickets are available through ticketmaster.com, or by calling the Canyon box office.
In celebration of Women’s History Month (March 2019), Assemblymember Chris Holden is honoring outstanding women whose service has made a positive impact in their community.
One woman from each city in the 41st Assembly District will be recognized as a woman of distinction at Assemblymember Holden’s district office spring open house.
After a long, close election for three city council seats in November, the new members finally were ready to work at their first council meeting of the year. So we figured you all would want to hear from them, so here are various comments (voices) from the meeting. COURIER video/Peter Weinberger
In this first installment of My Side Video, we take a look at several ideas COURIER readers mentioned that would help improve our quality of life in the City of Trees. As an extension of My Side of the Line, I shared some of these thoughts by taking to the air to help illustrate them. Comments are welcome. Thanks for watching! Please note all our videos are shot in 4k and published in HD. They look great on on larger screens! —PW
The University Club of Claremont hosts an open to the public luncheon and discussion, “The Keck Graduate Institute,” with guest speaker Sheldon M. Schuster, president of Keck Graduate Institute. The luncheon starts at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 8 at Hughes Community Center, 1700 Danbury Rd., Claremont. A $20 meeting fee includes a buffet lunch.
Locals are invited to attend the Claremont Chamber Brew and Champion Barbeque event at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden on Saturday, January 12 from noon to 5 p.m.
Tickets, which are $45, include barbeque from award-winning pit masters ZZYZX BBQ, Burnin’ and Lootin’ BBQ and Dad's Chillin’ and Grillin’ BBQ. Beer from local breweries provided by Claremont Craft Ales, Last Name Brewing, Ironbark Ciderworks, Sanctum Brewing Co. and No Clue Brew. Hank’s Cadillac will perform live music.
With a solid eight to ten inches of snow falling on the mountains, including Mt. Baldy above, and an inch of rain in the Claremont area, it's really starting to feel a little like winter out there. We are in for a warmer this week with high temperatures in the mid-60s, with little chance of rain until the weekend. There is a chance however, next weekend could be a repeat of this weekend, with rain and snow in the forecast. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
The music business has always been youth obsessed. From Judy Garland’s take on “In Between” from 1940, to early rock ‘n’ roll’s countless adolescent laments, up to today’s hits from a host of camera-friendly performers, it’s been a youngster’s game.
So it’s no surprise that a group of four teenagers, North Country Blue, is taking a stab at a music career. North Country Blue—currently at work tracking its debut record—will appear Friday at the Folk Music Center in Claremont.
At its first city council meeting for 2019, National Demographic Corporation (NDC) will present information on transitioning to district-based elections in Claremont.
Currently, the five council members elected to council are permitted to live anywhere in the city. A district-based system would require candidates to run within the districts where they reside.
Amid the seemingly constant immigration news dominating headlines across the country, Claremonters have been doing their part and making their voices heard.
Members of the Claremont community were part of a caravan of clergy and other activists who took part in a peaceful protest at the southern border between Mexico and the United States on December 10 to protest migrant detention. Check out our video interview and story. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff