St. Ambrose Episcopal Church’s construction of a cell phone tower in the their parking lot has drawn concern from residents in the area including some who live in the Mountain Village apartments just south of the church.
The Claremont Village welcomed a touch of France this week with the opening of Crème Bakery.
Located at 116 Harvard Ave., the bakery opened its doors Wednesday morning, serving freshly made pastries, nearly a dozen types of bread and drip coffee from Oregon.
Owner Erica Hartig Dubreuil, 52, said people were lined up at the door 30 minutes before the bakery was set to open at 7 a.m. And after just two hours, the busy business had run out of cinnamon buns and most items on the morning menu.
The six candidates for Claremont City Council Jed Leano, left, Michael Ceraso, Zach Courser, Jennifer Stark, Ed Reece and Douglas Lyon applaud as the moderator, Jackie McHenry, introduces Active Claremont members on Thursday during a forum at the Hughes Center. The event was the first opportunity for the public to hear from all six candidates who are campaigning to lead the city of Claremont.
COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Over the years I've spent many days hiking around the Mt. Baldy area, going up the ski lifts to the Notch to ski, or just see the sights. In many ways, the top of the Notch has been reinvented to include night hiking, zip lines, overnight cabins, music festivals, dancing and more. There's simply a lot of activity after the sun sets up there at 7800 feet. All in the middle of a classically beautiful mountain location. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
The Claremont city council, in its first meeting since the August recess, approved the purchase of 14 new police cars.
Mayor Pro Tem Corey Calaycay pulled the initial consent calendar item for discussion. The cruisers slated for replacement are at the end of their four-year lifespan, Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen said during her presentation.
The Claremont Museum of Art will host its annual gala on Saturday, September 22 on the lawn at the Claremont Depot. This year’s theme, “Women of Vision,” honors two Claremont women who have been the moving forces behind the Claremont Museum of Art (CMA)—Marguerite McIntosh, wife of iconic ceramist Harrison McIntosh, and Sandy Baldonado, former mayor of Claremont.
There’s good news right out of the gate for Claremont girls volleyball in 2018. Coach Angel Posada has remained with the team for a second year. That may seem underwhelming, until one looks at the previous seven years rosters with an astounding seven different coaches.
Four candidates for city council introduced themselves to the Claremont business community Tuesday.
The early-morning forum occurred during the Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Business Over Breakfast, and questions ranged from cutting down on commercial burglaries, fiscal responsibility and town and gown relationships.
What happens when passion and individuality come together? You may come across an organization such as the Service Center for Independent Life.
The Service Center for Independent Life (SCIL) is one of 28 nonprofit service centers in California.
“At SCIL, we work with persons with disabilities of all ages,” explained Chelsea DiGerolamo, program manager. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Harvey Mudd College is in mourning after a student was found dead on campus last week. Lawrence Vuong, 18, was found dead in his dorm room on August 31, according to an internal email from Harvey Mudd President Maria Klawe.
Mr. Vuong was from Huntington Beach, according to campus newspaper The Student Life, which first reported Mr. Vuong’s death.
Councilmember Joe Lyons, board member Nancy Treser Osgood, councilmember Larry Schroeder and City Manager Tara Schultz listen to a presentation from library manger Amy Crow during the joint Claremont City Council and CUSD Board of Education meeting on Tuesday in Claremont. The two governing bodies met in a joint session to hear updates about how the school district and the Claremont police department are addressing student safety.
Pilgrim Place will offer an informative presentation about various approaches to brain health, including proper nutrition, memory exercises and recent developments in medications.
The workshop—which takes place Tuesday, September 11, 2018 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.—will be led by Western University of Health Sciences osteopathic medical students.
On Monday, August 27 a Los Angeles woman was arrested for giving a false name to officers after an apparent road rage incident. It all began when a woman called police claiming 27-year-old Andrea Arana was following her after an unknown argument in Upland.
Assemblymember Chris Holden will host an open house at his Claremont office on Thursday, September 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Old School House, 415 W. Foothill Blvd.
Mr. Holden will welcome a special guest, Congressmember Judy Chu.
This event will feature a brief legislative and community update as well as the opportunity to network with elected officials and local businesses and community members.