There are only four polling locations for this election, and they may differ from your usual voting place.
Check the back of your sample ballot, use the polling location finder on the county website at lavote.net, or contact the city clerk’s office at (909) 399-5461 or (909) 399-5463 to find your polling place. Polling locations will open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5.
Dan Wesley of SRS General Contractor measures a board while working on a home in the Claremont Village that includes a 373 square foot accessory dwelling unit. The City of Claremont will have to revisit its rules about ADUs, otherwise known as back houses, because of two new bills recently passed in Sacramento. Full story in our next edition. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The 71st annual Pilgrim Place Festival is set for Friday and Saturday, November 8 and 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The free festival offers two days of shopping, fun, children’s games and food. Guests will find vintage clothing, precious and costume jewelry, baked goods, plants, crafting, household items and much more.
It’s almost time for Claremont’s annual Halloween Spooktacular! The event will take place in the Claremont Village on Thursday, October 31 and includes trick-or-treating, as well as free games and contests. More than 40 Village businesses, marked with a special poster and balloons, will be handing out free goodies to trick-or-treaters from 3 to 5 p.m.
The burglars smashed the rear glass door of the Harvard Avenue pharmacy, entering the business and stealing an unknown amount of prescription medication, according to Sgt. Robert Ewing of the Claremont Police Department. The suspects fled in an unknown direction.
Dressed as famous Disney characters chino Hills residents David Anderson, Rachel Hughes, Denise Anderson, Kayla Sante, Chase Sante and Bob Hughes take part in the costume parade on Saturday during Village Venture. Organizers got great weather for the day-long festival that featured food, gift booths, information on charitable groups and of course the costume parade. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
On a beautiful sunny day, fall and fun were in the air Saturday, October 19 at the Casa Colina Harvest Festival. More than 350 members of the community, including children with acquired and developmental disabilities and their families, turned out to play games, compare costumes, and enjoy dancing, train rides, ice cream, and more.
Another year is upon us and the COURIER staff will be glad to answer any of your Village Venture questions, plus you can come pick up a copy of the official guide we produced for the event. You can also save $5 off your one-year COURIER subscription, whether you are new or ready to renew! We rarely discount subscription prices, so come on out and see us! We are located right outside of Pizza n' Such at Second St and Yale Ave. —PW
Thursday’s grand opening of City of Hope-Upland heralds expanded access to high-quality cancer care and innovative experimental treatment to Claremont and the Inland Empire.
The new 25,000-square-foot cancer center offers medical oncology and infusion, radiation oncology and general oncologic surgery, as well as surgical sub-specialties in breast, urology, gynecologic oncology and colorectal cancers.
Two years ago, I received an email from a concerned citizen asking why the local Country Depot in Claremont stopped selling beer.
I was confused, since to my knowledge there isn’t a “Country Depot” in Claremont. After doing some quick Googling, I realized the person who emailed me was from a different Claremont—a small and rural neighborhood in southern Ontario, Canada northeast of Toronto.
It's that time of year again! The hot weather is a little less hot, the football season is in full swing, and Claremont's Village Venture Street Faire will bring fun, food, and a whole lot of shopping to the downtown area. There are so many activities, the COURIER produced a special section inserted in Friday's print edition to show you where everything is located and when the numerous events are scheduled. We even have some fun stories including a rundown on the many Claremonts that exist all over the world. Of course, no city is like Claremont, CA, but it certainly is a popular city name. Please take a look at our downloadable section to help plan your day for Village Venture 2019.
The turning point came, as they often do—at an inconvenient moment. On a cool early evening last February, La Verne’s Amy and Matt Burchell and their two daughters, then eight and seven, were at Knott’s Berry Farm for some family fun.
The sun was setting, their kids were happy, and all was well. Finally reaching the front of the line for the Sierra Sidewinder rollercoaster, they started to board the ride.
Freshman Claremont City Councilmember Jed Leano was honored in Los Angeles Sunday as the 41st Assembly District’s Democrat of the Year.
“It almost feels a little bit like the day after the election when you win in that it feels great but you don’t really know what happened because it’s a little bit overwhelming,” Mr. Leano said.
A San Bernardino man was arrested after allegedly driving drunk with a loaded handgun and a 6-year-old boy in the car. Police found 23-year-old Esteban Diaz driving recklessly near Mountain and La Verne Avenues, and pulled the car over on San Antonio Avenue just south of La Verne in Pomona.