With California residents given the “Shelter in place order,” many are wondering how they can help assist others without exposing themselves to COVID-19.
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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said there were 670 new cases of COVID-19 found in the last 24 hours. In Claremont, 13 people are infected for a rate of 35.63 per 100,000 people. No details on those cases were provided, however, the county did note they do not live in an unincorporated part of the city. There were 360 new deaths since Monday, 85 percent had underlying health conditions.
Since many places of worship went the live streaming route for Easter Sunday services, I stopped over at Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church to get a behind-the-scenes look at their 11am live service. And Father Charles Ramirez's team at OLA did not disappoint, as this small eight-person staff produced several live services throughout the day, including communion.
On Tuesday, April 7 at approximately 2:35 p.m., officers responded to a call from a resident who noticed a black Honda Civic following a FedEx truck as it made deliveries to a residence in the 300 block of Rockford Drive. The witness saw the suspect steal the package from the porch. The Honda was seen leaving east on Rockford toward Mills Avenue.
The city of Claremont is making changes to the Fourth of July celebration scheduled for Saturday, July 4. This year, the city will host a flag raising ceremony followed by the hometown parade, a time-honored Claremont tradition.
The 5K run, pancake breakfast, festival and fireworks show have been cancelled due to the impacts of the Safer at Home order on staffing and financial support.
The next regular meeting of the city council is scheduled for Tuesday, April 14 at 6:30 p.m. The public will not be permitted to be physically present for this meeting, but residents can watch from their home computers through the interactive video program Zoom.
Steve Sabicer and Andy Dale’s bromance started 10 years ago when the two met at a Rotary Club event. Steve’s plan for the evening was to relax until his wife nudged him to go.
“I kind of stalked Andy,” said Mr. Sabicer, laughing over the phone with Mr. Dale in their interview with the COURIER.
The family of Arlene Warhurst, which includes her nine children, invites the community to a curbside celebration for her 100th birthday.
On Thursday, April 16 from 2:30 to 4 p.m., Ms. Warhurst will sit outside her home at 2373 Silvertree Rd. in Claremont waving to passersby.
During its daily briefing the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced Friday that it is extending the “Safer at Home” order shuttering all but essential businesses and requiring people to stay at home, except for necessary trips, until at least May 15. A news release sent by public health officials Friday afternoon reports a tenth confirmed case of the novel coronavirus in the city Claremont.
Los Angeles County is essentially one month into life with coronavirus. It was March 4 when the public health department said it had found seven cases of COVID-19. As of Thursday afternoon, there have been 7.530 cases found across all areas of LA County, including 198 deaths.
The county said 23 percent of the positive cases, or 1,714 people, have been hospitalized at some point during their illness.
The City of Claremont is making changes to the Fourth of July Celebration scheduled for Saturday July 4, 2020. This year, the city will host a flag raising ceremony followed by the hometown parade, a time-honored Claremont tradition. The 5K Run, pancake breakfast, festival, and fireworks show have been cancelled due to the impacts of the Safer at Home order on staffing, financial support, community participation, and venue availability.
The Claremont Colleges have closed their campuses to the public as part of a coordinated effort to comply with the governor’s stay at home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The decision was made last week by officials at the Claremont Colleges Services to include all five undergraduate colleges and the two graduate universities.
Police have arrested two men for an alleged assault early Saturday morning, according to a news release from the Claremont Police Department.
At approximately 12:17 a.m. officers responded to a report that an assault with a deadly weapon had just occurred in the area of Indian Hill Boulevard and Mt. Carmel Drive. Officers located an unidentified victim who was bleeding profusely from the neck from apparent stab wounds.