Students at Claremont High School gathered at 10:00 in solidarity with other high schoolers across the country speaking out for sensible gun control.
They were joined in support by residents of Pilgrim Place.
Feeling a little tired due to the Daylight Savings Time switch? You’ll be happy to know that you should take a nap today. Take a cue from this college student starting spring break.
In our City of Trees, one of our great natural masterpieces is this Giant Sequoia on College Avenue.
Winter has come late to Claremont, and March is coming in like a lion (at least as much as it can in So Cal) with frosty temps, clouds and a bit of precipitation.
First it was summer, then it was winter. That was our Claremont February.
The pink trumpet trees actually started blooming during our very mild January.
The Sunday Farmer’s Market has temporarily moved to Harvard Ave.
while Edison works on replacing an electrical vault on 2nd St.
Work on the Pomona College Art Museum continues.
February always marks the first Elementary Instrumental Music Program’s first concert of the year as well as the opening of the college softball season.
Pomona College rolls out a bike-sharing program. It would be nice if it was a city-wide program, rather than just at one college.
Claremont as seen from above. No snow on the mountains in mid-February.