A suspect broke into a car parked in the Evey Canyon turnout on Mt. Baldy Road in Claremont between 4 and 5 p.m. pm Monday, January 18. Both suspects— Steven Shelton, 34, of Helendale and Tiffany Wood, 22, of Rancho Cucamonga—were later arrested for burglary and possession of stolen property.
Claremont architect Paul Wheeler leads a class of Claremont High School drafting students on a tour of a home that is under construction last week in Claremont. His firm designed the home, which is in Towne Ranch area. See a full story in our next edition. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Three Claremont businesses along Auto Center Drive were burglarized early Tuesday morning. Officers initially responded to a burglary alarm at Hayatt Mediterranean Food at approximately 3:15 a.m. on the 400 block of Auto Center Drive. Police determined that an unknown burglar used a rock to smash the front door window, according to the Claremont Police Department.
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).
The event features more than 80 craft beverages from 35 microbreweries, three wineries and two cider-makers.
In what could also be called an airing of grievances, the first official meeting of the ad hoc committee for a new police station convened Wednesday. The committee emerged from the ashes of Measure PS, which failed by a nearly three-to-one margin in November 2015. Mr. Calaycay began the meeting by putting the issue to bed.
“As we begin, we can recognize two things having come out of PS: First, without sugarcoating it, PS lost miserably,” Mr. Calaycay said
The Claremont City Council tackled a number of topics at its Tuesday, January 12 meeting including an ordinance on the city’s cannabis code, enhancing the Monte Vista and Base Line intersection and taking a first look at the Metro Gold Line extension through the city.
It's been a long time coming, with a lot of hard work from so many people in our city. On a cool winter afternoon, the brand-spanking new Claremont Community Performance Stage at Shelton Park was officially dedicated by slew of city officials, Claremont College leadership, and of course the Village Marketing Group, to name just a few. More coverage Monday. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Ski lift operators say there's enough snow in the mountains to make this a successful ski season into March. With up to two feet of snow in the Mt. Baldy area, business is brisk all the way to Big Bear. Be sure to check out our aerial video of this white wonderland in the San Gabriel mountains. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Claremonters braved the first official onslaught of El Niño, when the highly anticipated downpours began to arrive on Monday, January 4.
Cars crept carefully along Claremont roads, while pedestrians scuttled through the rain in an attempt to avoid the wet weather.
COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The Village Marketing Group and the city of Claremont invite the community to enjoy an afternoon celebrating the dedication of the new Claremont Lincoln University Community Performance Stage in Shelton Park on Saturday, January 9 at 1 p.m. Shelton Park is located at the northeast corner of Harvard and Bonita Avenues.
A Claremont police officer is lucky to be alive after suffering a heart attack while leading a petty theft suspect to his patrol car on Wednesday, December 30. Officer John Muhr collapsed shortly after arresting 28-year-old William Nolan III of Palm Springs, who stole a tip jar from Some Crust Bakery.
You can see the passion in the way Carey Robertson plays the pipe organ.
Ms. Robertson, the chief organist at Claremont United Church of Christ, has been at the job for more than two decades, and will be celebrating her 25th anniversary during a rousing weekend of demonstrations and concerts on January 23 and 24. Ms. Robertson said she gravitated toward the job at CUCC over the possibility of a brand-new organ.
“It was very exciting to me,” Ms. Robertson said
A social media sexting scandal has rocked El Roble Intermediate School, leading to the questioning of more than a dozen students.
The incidents were first reported to the school’s student resource officer around 8 a.m. on Thursday, December 17, according to the police report. The situation involved 15 students sending and receiving nude pictures of themselves on social media apps.