A teen leaps over floodwaters at the corner of Bonita and Mountain avenues on Wednesday during the second day of storms in Claremont. Occasional heavy rain resulted in minor flooding throughout the city but no major problems were reported. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
To celebrate its 13th anniversary, Dale Bros Brewery will host the Brews and Bros Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, January 23 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Cable Airport in Upland. Net proceeds from this event will benefit the Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF).
Featuring more than 80 craft beverages from 35 microbreweries, three wineries and two cider makers, this event provides a fun-filled afternoon with live reggae from Upstream, a vintage and custom bicycle show and food from local gourmet vendors and food trucks. The family-friendly event will include kids’ games and craft sodas.
Front glass windows at several Village businesses were vandalized over New Year’s week. Claremont police report that unknown individuals used some kind of tool to etch the front glass windows of the Folk Music Center (220 Yale Ave.), Lizzies Goldmine (262 W. Second St.), CVH Barbershop (268 W. Second St.), and Himalayan Collection (272 W. Second St.) No suspects or further information is available. Anyone with information or if a shop owner has surveillance video of the suspects, call the Claremont Police Department at (909) 399-5411.
New construction at Western Christian Schools along Padua Avenue dots the landscape at sunset Saturday. Winter will be making an appearance this week as storms are expected to blow through the region starting late Monday, not ending until Thursday. With high temperatures only hovering around 50 degrees in Claremont, snow is expected in the mountains, with over two feet above 7000 feet. At lower elevations, rain will fall off and on and be heavy at times Tuesday. COURIER photo/Matt Weinberger
The past year was a dynamic and interesting time for Claremont and its citizens.
Corey Calaycay was sworn in as mayor on March 11, and the subsequent year has been rife with local issues and spirited debate among Claremonters. A certain ballot measure, an eminent domain claim and a proposed museum of art dominated headlines and public comments throughout the year.
Look for the Year in Review issue of the Claremont COURIER on Thursday in your mailbox with updates online as well. Also check out the gallery for this year’s best pictures. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
With clear and cool days the view of Southern California can be quite spectacular. The Pacific Ocean was even visible from the Mount Baldy area on Wednesday. This video takes you down Shinn Road, which heads south after connecting with Mount Baldy Road. Eventually you end up in north Upland after passing the east side of the San Antonio Dam. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
A group of Claremont-based music makers has created a dynamic contemporary classical album that could be seeing Grammy gold.
Nadia Shpachenko, above, a Claremont resident and professor of music at Cal Poly Pomona and Claremont Graduate University, has teamed up with a group of classical talents to create an album that turns piano music on its head.
Some people may call it old school, but there are many Claremonters who still have a love affair with Christmas decorations. Evidence can be seen all over the city. So we took to the air and did not have to fly far to discover a number of homes on Scripps Drive, between Mountain and Towne Avenues, decked to the rooftops with colorful lights and other festive decorations. Please enjoy an aerial view of these special homes. We at the COURIER wanted to thank you for your continued support for Claremont's number one news source.
The city of Claremont is accepting grant applications for the 2016-17 Community Based Organization (CBO) Program. The CBO Program’s mission is to partner with nonprofit service providers in order to strengthen the social, economic and family infrastructure in the Claremont community.
Marshall and Ellen Taylor, longtime Claremont residents, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They met on a blind date at Harvard University and were married shortly after college graduation.
The Taylors have lived many places all over the country but, once they landed in Claremont in 1978, they both felt as if they had arrived “home.”
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.