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.
So have you been enjoying temperatures in the 80s, with cool breezes at night? Could fall be on the way? This weekend will prove summer is still with us as the high temperature for Saturday will reach 100 degrees...again. The good news is the temperatures will drop, but only back in the 90s, with no real break in sight. For this week the temperatures will slowly get warmer, before reaching the century mark. Lows will stay in the 60s until the weekend. Luckily we still have our wonderful Claremont sunsets, as seen here from Base Line Road and Padua Avenue. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
The nonprofit Economy Shop of Claremont, which began operation in 1933, will re-open for the 2018 season on September 5, providing a rare blend of clean, quality thrift store merchandise, neatly displayed. Eighty-five years of service to the community attest to its viability as a fun place to shop.
In the middle of a committee discussion about how to properly lobby for a new police station, an earthquake struck.
The temblor, which measured 4.4 on the Richter scale and was centered in La Verne, jolted the Hughes Center’s Padua Room and rattled the committee. It was enough for committee member John Watkins to quip, “You got my vote!”
The Upland Chamber of Commerce will host its first multi-service community event, Tiki Poker and Luau, at the Scheu Family YMCA on Saturday, September 8 from 5:30 to 11 p.m. at 1150 E. Foothill Blvd., Upland in the new recreation space outside the court area.
Community organizations and all community members are welcome. Tickets and sponsorships are limited, so early registration is encouraged.
On Wednesday, August 22 Sean Depperschmidt, 50, from Rancho Cucamonga, was setting up camp for the night in a parking lot of Yum Yum Donuts around 10:45 p.m. when a private security guard asked him to leave. Mr. Depperschmidt apparently didn’t like that, and a fight ensued, Lt. Walters said.
Pomona Police investigate the scene of a traffic collision and shooting on Wednesday at Harrison and Towne avenues in Pomona. According to a news release from Pomona Police the shooting took place at 2 p.m. and on man was seriously injured. Police are looking for the suspects. Towne Avenue from Bonita Avenue north to Butte Street is closed to traffic, while officers from the Pomona Police Department investigate. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Matt Magilke listens to a presentation by Assistant City Manager Colin Tudor during the first meeting of the new City of Claremont Police Station Citizen’s Advisory Committee on Tuesday at the Hughes Community Center. After the failure of both Measures PS and SC, the new committee of 15 Claremont residents was formed to identify a police station upgrade that will pass with voters. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Step through the shadows into the haunted heritage of the Claremont Village during the annual ghost tour. This 75 minute family-friendly event is on Saturday, October 13 and Sunday, October 14.
Every tour will visit nine haunts, including Village businesses and college destinations. Docents have researched and written stories based on information and experiences of business owners and Claremont Colleges personnel. Ghostly apparitions may or may not appear.
The 15-member committee was announced on Thursday by the city, following interviews conducted over the past few weeks by Mayor Opanyi Nasiali, Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen and City Manager Tara Schultz.
As a symbolic start to their education at Pomona College, new students, both freshmen and transfers, run through the college’s entry gates continuing down College Avenue in an event called Enter Here. The run also serves as a kick off for student orientation ahead of the first day of instruction on Tuesday, September 4. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff