Sage advice for your water-wise garden

With the ongoing drought and escalating water costs, more and more people are opting to substitute water-wise plants for thirsty ones. In many cases, they are choosing as replacements native plants, the kind that have grown in the area for time untold. Here in Claremont, using plants that reflect the local chaparral ecosystem—most of which thrive in full sun and dry rocky soil—can help residents establish a sense of place.

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CHS mom helps make impact to offset costs of prom

Prom can be high school’s most storied night. A sea of girls in fancy dresses and their sharply dressed dates, dancing the night away and creating a memory that will last a lifetime. For many Claremont High School parents, however, financial challenges and family circumstances may prevent them from making that dream a reality.

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Are you ready for the Taste of Claremont?

The Rotary Club of Claremont will hold its 16th annual Taste of Claremont event on Saturday, April 25 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Claremont University Consortium Building on First Street and Mills Avenue. This is Claremont Rotary’s pinnacle funding event and one of Claremont’s premier community events

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Homeowner's keen eye helps CPD catch burglary suspects

Claremont police caught the bad guys thanks to the keen eye of a homeowner following a burglary in progress at her residence. Officers responded to the 1000 block of Pomello Drive at 3:20 p.m. after the victim arrived home and saw the door to the garage was open.

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