Donna Bernard has been installed as the new president of the University Club of Claremont, the club that offers “the most intellectually stimulating luncheon in town.” Dr. Bernard is a former school superintendent.
Mel Boynton is the new vice president, and Wes Hawks, Lucy Lynch and Rich Phillips were elected to the Board of Directors.
The Claremont City Council passed a group of agreements outlining employee benefits.
The roughly 135-page memoranda of understanding (MOU), passed as a consent calendar item—which means it was part of a group of items deemed non-controversial by city staff and passed with a single vote—caps off months of negotiation during closed session with members of the city council and several city employee associations.
A large pine tree fell Sunday afternoon completely blocking the sidewalk and partially obstructing Forbes Avenue. Police responded shortly after 4:30 p.m. and eventually had to close the street to traffic until the tree was removed from the roadway at 7:30 p.m. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Even a start time of 5 p.m. could not stop Mother Nature from bringing on the heat to the Claremont High School 2017 graduation ceremonies on Thursday. With temperatures hovering around 95 degrees all afternoon, the names of 590 graduates from CHS, 14 from San Antonio High School and 41 from Claremont Adult School, were carefully read as they received their well-earned diplomas. At the end of the event, hundreds of family members gathered on the football field for pictures and hugs. You could easily tell the class of 2017 was ready to move on with their next phase of life. More photos and video Friday. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Landscape tax, the Paris Agreement and Facebook were hot topics at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
The council narrowly approved Mayor Larry Schroeder’s request to join the Climate Mayors, a body of city leaders led by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti that seeks to address issues regarding climate change and the effects of greenhouse gases.
John Vincent Coppini, 45, was identified after police reviewed surveillance footage taken from The Chama, which the suspect attempted to burglarize on May 12, and Xerxes for Gents, which was burglarized on May 30.
The challenges that Claremont High School valedictorian Eric Tang has faced in his life have led him to discover some of his greatest passions and interests—science and debate.
Eric Tang was announced as the CHS valedictorian at CHS’s Renaissance Rally on June 2.
When Steve Gerali was teaching practical theology at Azusa Pacific University, he had a revealing go-to exercise.
He would ask his students if they could wake up each morning and invent a job, what would it be?
“They’d say, ‘I’d play basketball and get paid for it,’ or whatever.
Claremont High School senior Sam Yagoda received a congressional nomination from Congresswoman Grace F. Napolitano relating to his recent acceptance to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
Sam, a lifelong resident of La Verne, attended the Fairplex Child Development Center, La Verne Heights Elementary and Ramona Middle School before enrolling at CHS.
A woman and her baby were hospitalized Friday evening when the SUV they were riding in collided with a pole on Towne Avenue near Briarcroft Road. According to police a 22-year-old San Dimas man fell asleep while traveling north on Towne with his girlfriend and the couple’s baby. Photo by Doug Sturgis