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Police search for suspects in early-morning stabbing incident

Police are looking for two men who reportedly stabbed two victims during a botched attempted robbery early Saturday morning. The incident occurred on the 1600 block of west San Jose Avenue at around 2:30 a.m. on July 23, according to Claremont Police Lt. Mike Ciszek. The two victims were walking down the street when the attackers approached and told them to “give up all they had,” according to Lt. Ciszek.

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Girl Scouts flourish at La Casita camp despite fires, summer heat

Fourth of July had come and gone and while most kids their age were starting to get the summertime blues, 63 adventurous Girl Scouts took part in the Survivor Girl Day Camp at La Casita. Participants in the five-day camp held for Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles from the ages of five to 15 enjoyed a variety of activities such as learning and practicing survivor camping skills.

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New restaurant puts focus on creativity, collaboration

It may sound like it’s named after the 1970s video game, but House of Pong Seafood & Grill is actually named after a local family. The Claremont eatery, which opened its doors in December, is co-owned by brother and sister Calvin and Kaman Pong. It’s not easy working with a sibling, but Mr. Pong said they make it work.

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New permit parking installations adjacent to wilderness park

The city will install new residential permit parking signs on Deep Springs Drive, Peninsula Avenue, Strasbourg Court, Grand Avenue between Mt. Baldy Road and Peninsula Avenue and Alamosa Drive between Mills Avenue and Grand Avenue. The Claremont City Council approved the parking restrictions at its May 10 meeting.

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