A mid-morning vehicle pursuit on Tuesday, March 7 resulted in two arrests after Anthony Edwards of Duarte took Claremont police officers on a wild ride through Pomona and Claremont. Police officers observed a red Dodge Avenger driving recklessly in the city of Claremont on Tuesday, March 7 at 10:39 a.m. The officers caught up to the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle on Collingswood Drive and Larchmont Street in the city of Pomona.
Police responded to an accident involving a motorcycle and a car at the corner of Monte Vista Avenue and Claremont Boulevard. The incident happened just before 2 p.m, on Tuesday, March 7 when a car turning into the medical center collided with the motorcyclist, who was traveling north on Monte Vista, Lt. Mike Ciszek of the Claremont Police Department said. The motorcycle rider complained of pain on both wrists and his right leg, and he was transported to Pomona Valley Medical Center for treatment. The injuries were not life threatening.
Check out the police blotter on Friday for complete crime news. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
The winners of Claremont Graduate University’s 25th annual Kingsley and Kate Tufts poetry prizes have been announced.
Vievee Francis has taken the 2017 Kingsley Tufts Award for her second book of poems, Forest Primeval (2016), while Phillip B. Williams has won the Kate Tufts Discovery Award for his debut poetry collection Thief in the Interior.
Thirty-eight-year Claremont residents Irene and Paul Britz cast their votes on Tuesday at Taylor Hall in Claremont. On Election Day local voters will select two city council members and weigh in on measure H. Results will be announced as soon as they come in on the COURIER’s website and Facebook page. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The fast moving rain storm that blew through Claremont Sunday very well could be the last of the season. Not only are we due for a warm-up that will reach 80 degrees, there is no rain in the forecast for the rest of March. Things can always change, but we are in store for a long stretch of dry warm days. The end of this storm brought us yet another fantastic sunset, seen here from the Base Line Road intersection at the 210 freeway. The rest of this week will get warmer, with high temperatures in the 70s Tuesday, and near 82 the rest of the week. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
The Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) and Claremont Unified School District (CUSD) present Community Conversation, a speaker/activity series to enrich the intellectual lives of teachers, students, parents and community members.
On Thursday, March 9, elementary school children and their parents/caregivers are invited to learn coding basics in a fun, interactive, hands-on and age-appropriate workshop.
Sonya Arias is interested in the ties that bind, namely the ways family, past and present, impacts our lives.
The wellness practitioner is skilled in healing methods from hypnosis to Reiki, but her biggest passion is Family Constellation work. The therapy, created by German therapist Bert Hellinger, maintains we unconsciously carry trauma and negative patterns taken on from relatives, loved ones and ancestors.
A Claremont High School candidate debate last week brought city issues to the ears of the city’s young people, but the road leading up to it was not without controversy.
Dave Chamberlain, who teaches speech and debate at CHS, was looking for a way to get kids more involved in local politics, so his students came up with the idea of hosting a debate.
One of the students involved in the planning was Zayn Aga, a CHS senior. Zayn, as it turns out, is also a volunteer with Zach Courser’s campaign for city council.
Forum season ended with a bang on February 24 as the seven city council candidates made their final case to the public at Pitzer College.
The forum, co-sponsored by Pitzer as well as the Claremont chapter of the League of Women Voters, was the final event before the March 7 election. The two-hour forum addressed many important topics that were touched upon in prior forums.
The first question was appropriate for the setting—What can the candidates do, if elected, to strengthen town and gown relations?
Claremont police officers were called to the office of Peter Igler, DDS at 615 W. Foothill Blvd. for a reported burglary on March 3 at about 6:15 a.m. An employee from an adjacent business reported the crime. Upon arrival, police found a door with the glass smashed on the east side of the business. When officers entered the business the alarm activated, but no call from an alarm company was received. It is unknown if there is any property loss at this time. Anyone with information should contact the Claremont Police Department at (909) 399-5411.
If you enter the Village on a Friday afternoon, it’s not hard to spot them.
Scores of teens, mostly from El Roble Intermediate and some from Claremont High School, make their way to the Village most afternoons when school is out to mingle, socialize and sometimes get into trouble.
“We come here every day just to hang out,” said Suzie Antillon, who was walking with her friends.
The city offers a variety of classes and activities for children and adults. To view a complete class description or to register, call the Hughes Community Center at (909) 399-5490 or visit claremontrec.com.
Mixed Media Art instruction will include composition, design, pattern making and types of materials that can be used indoors and outdoors. Classes will be held at the Hughes Center on Mondays from March 6 to March 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ages 12 to adult may participate and the cost is $60.