Pilgrim Place will welcome Ann R. Schiff as its new president/CEO effective January 11, 2016. Ms. Schiff comes to Claremont from Washington, DC, where she has been executive director of Ingleside at Rock Creek, a non-profit continuing care retirement community.
She is licensed as a nursing home administrator in both Maryland and the District of Columbia.
If you want good Japanese food good and fast, Blue Fin Sushi & Teriyaki is the place for you. The Claremont restaurant serves up sushi, teriyaki plates, salads and noodle dishes so fresh and tasty that first-time visitors tend to become repeat customers.
Located in the shopping center at the corner of Foothill and Claremont Boulevards, the restaurant draws clientele from the nearby Claremont Industrial Park, which houses dozens of businesses.
For the second time in two years, a bidder on the La Puerta property has pulled its offer. Claremont Lincoln University recently contacted the Claremont Unified School District to say the deal was off.
“After conducting community engagement meetings with local residents, along with analyzing the needs and future growth of Claremont Lincoln University, the university decided not to pursue the purchase of the property,” said Andrew Wilkin, director of marketing and communications for Claremont Lincoln University.
Claremont City Manager Tony Ramos received an early holiday gift in the form of a one-time $28,646 bonus from the city during the December 8 city council meeting.
The bonus resulted from a closed-session meeting on November 24, where the council conducted its annual evaluation of Mr. Ramos’ job performance.
Members of local congregations have been standing guard outside a Pomona Islamic School to show solidarity with the region’s Muslim community.
The congregants, mostly from the Church of the Brethren in La Verne with some members from Pilgrim Place, have been in front of the City of Knowledge during student pick-ups.
On Tuesday, December 8 Claremont police arrested a Torrance man after he led them on a pursuit throughout the city. At approximately 8:47 a.m., officers picked up on a silver Honda Civic on the 800 block of east Arrow Highway that was reported stolen out of Carson.
Although the month of December may mean cold, snowy weather for much of the country, in Claremont it's the height of the fall color season. And it's quite noticeable because of our reputation for the City of Trees. Proof of Claremont's color can easily be seen along Miramar Avenue, north of Base Line Road. Check out aerial video along the route. COURIER video/Peter Weinberger
Claremont artist Osvaldo Orellana has been sculpting in wood since he was six-years-old continuing with his craft even when he was a parking attendant in Los Angeles. Now he enjoys a dedicated following of customers who buy his western themed sculptures or the intricately carved rocking chairs. See our full story. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
At the end of the Claremont city council meeting, Mayor Corey Calaycay formally announced the creation of a new ad hoc committee that would oversee plans for a new police station. The committee, created after the failure of Measure PS at the polls last month, will contain both supporters and detractors of the measure.
Jack Pitney’s book may not provide hard-and-fast answers on autism, whether at home or in society as a whole, but it does give readers a lot to think about.
The Politics of Autism provides a view into the ways we try to acknowledge and support people and their families whose disability makes navigating a complicated world even more complicated.
Construction workers at the construction site at 690 N. Mills Ave. ruptured a natural gas line. The area has been evacuated, however, no injuries have been reported. The road closures are at Claremont Boulevard and Sixth Street to the east, Harwood and Mills Avenue to the south, Amherst and College Avenue to the west. It is anticipated that the closure will be at least five hours. Emergency personnel are on scene and handling the incident.
A large debris field covers the southbound lane of Indian Hill Boulevard where a pedestrian was hit and killed by a vehicle on Friday in Claremont. Police were investigating the scene and southbound Indian Hill remains closed as of 10:30 a.m. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
On Friday, December 4 an arrest in front of a gas station turned into something larger early Friday morning. Claremont officers initially made contact with a man and a woman in front of the AM/PM on the 700 block of East Foothill Boulevard close to 1 a.m.
The Claremont Museum of Art is about to receive a new set of walls. The city council approved renting out the Claremont Depot to the museum at a reduced price at Tuesday’s meeting.
The CMA will set up shop at the historic Depot, currently occupied by Foothill Transit, at a rate of one dollar a year, according to city documents.