A crowd of largely younger people congregates in the courtyard of Claremont City Hall to play Pokemon Go on Monday. The instantly super popular game, which is scarcely four days old, brought gamers form around the region to Claremont looking for rare characters that were found around the Village. According to one player about 70 people descended on the corner of Yale and Second Street Sunday night when a rare and desired Needle Queen appeared.
Police are looking for a man who burglarized a Claremont home Monday morning and escaped in a getaway vehicle.
Surveillance footage from the scene captured the man approaching the home on the 2600 block of Bonnie Brae at around 7:50 a.m., according to a release from the Claremont Police Department. A silver newer-model Toyota Camry dropped off the man in front of the home.
This week, the city will install new residential permit parking signs on Deep Springs Drive, Peninsula Avenue, Strasbourg Court, Grand Avenue between Mt. Baldy Road and Peninsula Avenue and Alamosa Drive between Mills Avenue and Grand Avenue.
The Claremont City Council approved the parking restrictions at its May 10 meeting as a part of the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park Final Master and Implementation Plans.
The Claremont Symphony Orchestra will hold its annual summer concert on Sunday, July 10 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Ganesha Park in Pomona. Guests are invited to show up early and picnic or purchase Subway sandwiches. Starting at 6:30 p.m., kids can gather around the band shell for a “musical petting zoo” where youngsters can get up close and personal with symphony instruments.
A group of burglars broke into a local business early Friday morning, stealing a credit card and two checks. The burglars pried open the door lock on the front double doors to Cosmo Cleaners on the 1000 block of west Foothill Boulevard at approximately 4:30 a.m., according to a release from the Claremont Police Department.
Claremonters have been suffering through extra-loud horns from passing Metrolink trains for months, and the Traffic and Transportation Commission wants the city to do something about it.
On June 23, and at the request of commissioner Zachary Courser, the commission unanimously approved a recommendation to the city council to create an ad hoc committee focusing on train noise.
An apparent squatter situation unfolded at a foreclosed home in north Claremont. A real estate representative went to check on a home on the 200 block of Independence Drive at around 5 p.m. only to find a man, identified as 34-year-old Jose Rosas of Glendora, living there.
Working for the community newspaper feels like the logical next step for Rachel Fagg, the COURIER’s new classified manager.
She grew up in town, attending Sycamore, El Roble Intermediate and Claremont High School. Ms. Fagg has worked at a number of Village shops over the years too.
Jim Jim Partridge of the Rancho Cucamonga Kangaroos shows his Fourth of July spirit as he competes in the Freedom 500 5k Monday morning in Claremont. The race, which is a fundraiser for Claremont High School cross country, is also the first of the city’s Independence Day events, followed by the parade and the fireworks show. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Everything at Mt. San Antonio Gardens’ new Oak Arbor memory care center is designed to suit the habits, needs and preferences of the people who live there.
Each of the 11 residents ensconced in the center, which celebrated its grand opening on June 23, is unique, but they share two things in common. They are suffering from dementia. And they want to live somewhere that feels like home.
Claremont police search a backyard on the 2200 block of Oxford Drive Tuesday night while looking for a suspected burglar. Earlier in the evening a resident of Cleary Court heard a sound of breaking glass at a neighbor's home and spotted a suspect. Two men from Bakersfield were arrested, and a third suspect was still at large. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
A rescue team with Los Angeles County Fire lifts Claremont resident Becky Faulstich from a ravine where she was found Friday morning. A Los Angeles Count Sheriff’s department search and rescue team from Montrose located Ms. Faulstich at about 10:30 a.m. in a steep canyon about a half mile north east of her Padua Hills home. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The Claremont City Council held a special closed session on Tuesday, June 28 to look at possible litigation against William Lyon Homes over the abandoned development on the corner of Towne Avenue and Base Line Road.
The lot has sat empty since the early part of 2016.
A group of Claremont residents is suing to block the construction of the recently approved Pomona College Museum of Art and the relocation of Renwick House, the latest chapter in the saga of a project that has left the city divided. “By approving construction of the project museum at the current site of the Renwick House when feasible alternatives exist, and by approving demolition of the historic Thatcher Music Building when feasible alternatives exist, the city abused its discretion and violated CEQA,” the document states.