A document that has dogged the city for years is finally heading to the state for approval.
The city council unanimously passed a group of directives known as the housing element, which is a vital part of a city’s general plan that looks at housing demographics, housing services and breaks down how many available units per income bracket are available in the city.
Claremont has been out of compliance with the housing element since 2014.
On Wednesday, September 20 a slight misunderstanding led to a Fontana man getting arrested for driving a stolen vehicle. Officers picked up on a Honda Odyssey around 8:37 a.m. that was reported stolen out of Fontana on September 15. The 34-year-old driver was arrested at the scene on the 800 block of Foothill Boulevard.
Members of the Claremont Chorale rehearse on Monday at Pilgrim Place’s Decker Hall. The chorale is celebrating its 50th anniversary with several upcoming events including a dinner and silent auction on October 14 at Taylor Hall. Their annual Christmas concert will take place December 2 and 3 at Claremont United Church of Christ. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Turns out the staff at Claremont Escrow missed us so much, they are returning to Claremont. Started in 2004 in Claremont, this independently owned escrow company has a big reputation helping people finance their dream homes. In 2010, they moved to the Upland-Claremont border on Monte Vista Avenue. But it became clear business was best when in the center of Claremont.
LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis would like to explore future options for the Claremont Metrolink station—one of which is eliminating it entirely.
Ms. Solis introduced a motion at Metro’s Planning and Programming Committee meeting on Wednesday requesting a study to look into eliminating the Metrolink station from Claremont.
Claremont High School Instrumental Music Program’s fourth annual Concert Under the Stars will this year include a new star, a highly advanced, artificially intelligent, self-aware and nearly indestructible high-tech modern crime fighter. And perhaps its human counterpart.
The free concert, set for 7 p.m. Saturday, September 30 at CHS’s football stadium.
The Claremont Sunrise Rotary is setting a new standard for lending a helping hand—literally. They accomplished this through ingenuity, planning, financial support and a lot of hard work.
The final result of their project included delivery of 1000 prosthetic arms to people in developing countries in need of a limb because of birth defects, serious accidents, violence and land mines. Be sure to check out the video showing how the arm actually works. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
A Claremont man has been arrested in connection with a weed bust on the 1900 block of Lockhaven Way. Steven Mandell, 66, was arrested around 3:18 p.m. during a traffic stop on the 800 block of north Indian Hill Boulevard, according to Lt. Mike Ciszek of the Claremont Police Department.
Dozens of students, faculty and community members rallied in support of DACA and undocumented students on Friday, September 15. The rally, which took place in front of Honnold-Mudd Library, featured several speakers who came out to support students who are registered under the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrival (DACA) program.
Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver revealed he has been diagnosed with a rare protein condition.
In a campus-wide email sent out September 19 and obtained by the COURIER, Mr. Oliver explained that the disease, AL Amyloidosis, causes malformed proteins produced in the bone marrow to multiply and attack various organs.
“In my case, these Amyloids have attached to the heart and are causing fatigue and shortness of breath,” he wrote.
The Webb Schools, the prestigious boarding school nestled in the Claremont foothills, is doubling its size.
The news comes after the school made public a 75-acre purchase of pristine Claremont hillside to the northeast of the campus, Webb Schools Director of Communications Joe Woodward said.
Head of Schools Taylor Stockdale said in a press release the purchase of the land would allow Webb to be “in control of its destiny for the next 100 years.”
Breast cancer is a devastating disease that has claimed far too many of our mothers and grandmothers, sisters and daughters, friends and family members. At Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC), we are committed in making advanced 3D breast imaging technology available to all patients, regardless of income or insurance coverage.
Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare announced a new on-site art exhibition displaying patient-created images that depict the patients’ perspectives of chronic pain. Titled “The Wonder of Pain,” the exhibit is available to the public through September 29.
“I am excited to be a part of this very insightful exhibit,” said exhibit designer Daniel Skenderian, Ph.D., director of Neurobehavioral Sciences at Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare.