It may sound like it’s named after the 1970s video game, but House of Pong Seafood & Grill is actually named after a local family.
The Claremont eatery, which opened its doors in December, is co-owned by brother and sister Calvin and Kaman Pong. It’s not easy working with a sibling, but Mr. Pong said they make it work.
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.
It wasn’t your average Wednesday morning on the usually quiet streets of Claremont.
Police are searching for a domestic violence suspect who led them on a wild chase that ended when he crashed into a house. A witness claims the suspect may have hid out in their garage.
If the trees along Foothill Boulevard look a little dry in the scorching heat, it may not be as dire as it seems. “I know when you drive down it appears there is no water on the trees, but there are drip irrigation systems in place,” Mr. Roger said. Those irrigation systems drip precious water via a series of soft brown tubing placed around the trees and covered in mulch.
Wednesday night’s police facility ad hoc committee meeting, the last of the summer, was spent fine-tuning the final report that will be sent to the city council for approval. Under the proposal, the new station would be built on the same location as the existing station and stand two-stories tall, with about 25,000 square feet overall.
Claremont is getting a new subcommittee to find a solution to the ear-piercing sound of passing trains.
The Claremont City Council voted unanimously to create the subcommittee—which will be comprised of three Traffic and Transportation Commission (TTC) members who will work with city staff toward a possible quiet zone.
Check out video showing noise levels at train depot. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Scores of mostly young people were out and about in the Village this week as the wildly popular Pokémon Go game took hold here—and across the globe.
The game was released July 6 and has quickly become a sensation. Edmond Emami, 23, of Pomona, was playing Pokémon Go in the Village Monday evening. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The trial for the right to take over the Claremont water system continues to soldier on, with the end beginning to take shape.
Attorneys representing Claremont and Golden State Water Company (GSW) have been locked in a war of words and accusations since the trial began on June 14.
The Claremont police community is stressing dialogue and professional policing in the wake of recent shootings in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas.
Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper told the COURIER that the shooting in Dallas has left many in the department shaken, a feeling that has been shared in departments beyond the City of Trees.
On Monday, July 11 an Upland man was arrested for DUI after crashing his car into a fence and calling the police on himself. John Rush, 25, was driving his 2016 Chevrolet truck around 3 a.m. when he collided with a fence on the 300 block of Villanova.
It was no surprise Memorial Park was packed with hungry music lovers as they listened to the tunes of The Ravelers late Monday. It's all part of the concert in the park series sponsored by the Claremont Kiwanis Club each year. If you missed the show, the season just started and will run to September. Next Monday: the Big Band sounds from Swing Cats. The weather will be warm, and getting warmer. Temperatures will reach the 90s starting Wednesday, with no real end in sight. The good news is low temperatures will remain in the 60s. Don't expect any rain either, since July is our driest month of the year. COURIER video/Peter Weinberger
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.