Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center is offering 3D digital screening mammograms for women over the age of 40 at a reduced cash price of $50 during the month of April. Screening mammograms can detect breast cancer early, when treatment can be more effective.
When passion meets purpose, big things can happen. And for Stuart Wood, the new executive director of Sustainable Claremont, timing was everything.
Mr. Wood joined Claremont’s leading environmental nonprofit just as the group was in the early stages of planning the city’s Earth Day and Arbor Day festivities.
Claremont is made up of a distinctive fusion of students, families, academics, with a sizable—and vocal—contingent of seniors. And that demographic has been the beneficiary of the city’s robust senior services program for decades.
While other cities have cut back programs, Claremont’s senior programs continue to expand and transform. This is just one of many unique stories in this week's special Healthy LIVING section inside Friday's COURIER. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
All 26,164 of Claremont’s trees provide shade, create oxygen and, perhaps most importantly, instill city pride.
Which is why the City of Trees is creating a guiding document for how to care and manage those trees—the Urban Forest Management Plan. Residents gathered at city hall Monday evening to give feedback on what they would like to see in the plan. See our video of the tallest trees in Claremont. COURIER video/Peter Weinberger
Toward the end of Tuesday night’s council meeting, two people spoke at public comment describing an incident involving the Claremont Police Department.
Evan Bunch and Miranda Sheffield, who are both African-American, were in a car that was pulled over by Claremont police officer James Summerfield in December.
The city is fighting back after a local homeless agency made it more difficult to procure funding to combat homelessness.
The council unanimously approved sending strongly-worded letters to the LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis’ office, as well as to the head of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), Peter Lynn, during Tuesday night’s meeting.
RSABG will celebrate Wildflower Week from Saturday, April 13 through Sunday, April 21 with a host of activities. Events include:
Wildflower Happy Hour on Saturday, April 13 from 5 to 7 p.m.: Celebrate the commencement of Wildflower Week and be one of the first to see the Wildflower Show and The Art of the Wildflower exhibition. Free with garden admission. Enjoy inspired cocktails, craft beer and wine for an additional fee.
Upland police move a suspect from one police vehicle to another on Monday in the Claremont Village. Claremont Police assisted in locating and apprehending the man after a foot pursuit that ended on the south side of First Street in from of the Claremont Colleges Services building. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
On Wednesday, March 27, the Architectural Commission will review plans for a new 36,000-square-foot science building at Harvey Mudd College.
If approved, the proposed three-story building, to be named the McGregor Computer Science Center, will be constructed on the northeast corner of Dartmouth Avenue and Platt Boulevard.
The American Legion Keith Powell Post 78 Claremont is hosting a dinner meeting with Felice L. Loverso, CEO and president of Casa Colina Center for Rehabilitation, who will discuss “Rehabilitation for Veterans.”
The dinner meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3 at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church, 830 W. Bonita Ave., in Claremont. The cost is $13.
The witness saw the car move to the rear of the smoke shop, and three of the occupants got out of the car and were seen attempting to pry open the rear door. The suspects then saw the witness watching them and fled in the car, police said.
Johnny Collins, 13, takes a breather after an epic performance in the pie eating contest on Saturday during the Claremont Pie Festival. Johnny was awarded second place for his technique which involved rubbing his head in the pie. The annual pie festival drew large crowds to the Claremont Village, despite somewhat gloomy weather. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Every Sunday morning the streets of the Claremont Village come alive with food vendors selling "fresh" as their main ingredient. For everything from produce to pies and more, the vendors at this outdoor market have become a recognizable part of the City of Trees. The Farmer's Market has a little something for anyone looking to satisfy their palette, and we have a special video showing off what's for sale each week. The market is open from 8 a.m to 1 p.m. and it's recommended you get their early to scope out the best deals. Video by Matthew Weinberger