The Claremont City Council is defending its decision to reject granting an easement to Larkin Place, a proposed affordable housing development, after being accused of violating state of California housing law.
For the first time in nearly two centuries, the first people who inhabited the Los Angeles area will have land of their own. Owing to an Oct. 10 donation from an Altadena resident, the Tongva, whose ancestral lands extend to the Channel islands, received the first returned plot of land
The Claremont City Council voted Tuesday evening to adopt a temporary urgency ordinance banning “renovictions” — forced evictions for renovation purposes — for six months, beginning Jan. 1, 2023, when COVID-19 tenant protections expire in Los Angeles County. The vote comes after months of organizing by residents of Monarch Terrace
Dozens of Claremont residents face imminent eviction, through a loophole in tenant protection law which prompted a vote Tuesday evening to draft the ordinance. a vote Tuesday evening to draft the ordinance.
El 25 de septiembre, Foothill Transit, una de las agencias de transporte público sirviendo a Claremont, modificó la ruta 188 para seguir el Claremont Boulevard en vez de Indian Hill Boulevard, mejorando el servicio a los Claremont Colleges, pero aumentando el tiempo que toma el autobús en terminar la ruta.
On Oct. 1, the Claremont Art Walk provided opportunities for local artists and galleries to sell their work and to provide a compelling narrative along the way.
Throughout Claremont’s residential areas, many homes have signs on their front lawns reflecting both support and opposition for Larkin Place, a proposed affordable housing development for vulnerable populations in the city.
En la zona residencial de Claremont, muchas casas tienen letreros en sus jardines que muestran apoyo u oposición hacia Larkin Place, un proyecto de desarrollo de viviendas económicamente accesibles para comunidades marginadas en la ciudad.
Pomona College President G. Gabrielle Starr officially joined the ranks of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences at an induction ceremony Sept. 9 to 10, following a year’s delay due to COVID-19. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Academy was founded in 1780 during the American Revolution by John Adams
As COVID-19 policies relax across the 5Cs, this year’s student body presidents are more focused than ever on creating community and fostering wellness. While each president has specific plans and goals for their respective school, one ambitious, common theme echoes throughout all their platforms: rebuilding connections and support systems at