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Community services director Kathleen Trepa announces departure

Claremont’s Community Services Director Kathleen Trepa has announced she will be heading to the city of Galt, a 25,000-citizen town just outside Sacramento, after accepting the deputy city manager position.

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‘Blind Boy’ Paxton will enliven festival

Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton is a raconteur, using music to shares tales of how things were in the old days. He uses any instrument he can get his hands on—guitar, banjo, piano, fiddle, harmonica and accordion among them—to play jazz and blues dating back to the years before World War II, crooning the words in a southern drawl.

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Luther makes first arrest for Claremont police

On Tuesday, May 19 Claremont police pulled out all the stops when a resident alerted them that he’d heard noises coming from a vacant home on the 1400 block of Lafayette Road. Officers responded to the home at 10:42 p.m. and saw a flickering light in one of the rooms.

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Walk for a good cause event to benefit rescue animals

Interested in exercise for a good cause? Walk with or without your dog through the lovely Pomona College campus on Saturday, May 30 to support the work of HOPE (Helping Out Pets Everyday), a local nonprofit. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. on Stover Walk (located south of 550 N. College Ave

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