La Verne, CA


Pomona shooting leaves one dead

POMONA, Calif. – A man was shot and killed in an alley in Pomona and the shooter is still at large. The shooting took place at about 1 a.m. Monday near 600 Karesh Ave., according to Pomona police. The man died at the scene. His name will be withheld...
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La Verne, developer team up on affordable housing

In June 2022, Brandywine Homes began construction on Verdana II, a new moderate-income housing development in La Verne which will contain eight two-story, detached single-family homes. This limited program will be open to those who meet a maximum household income of $109,000. “Affordable housing continues to be a statewide concern,...

Covina Valley Unified educators rally today, one day ahead of planned strike

A large group of Covina Valley Unified School District educators and supporters gathered for a rally today amid contract negotiations with the district. Today's rally is one day ahead of a planned strike should they not reach a contract agreement with the district today.The district's teachers are asking for better pay and are opposed to a plan to put a hard cap on health benefits. The union and the district meet a final time today and if the strike happens, 13,000 Los Angeles County students could be impacted. The district stated it hopes to reach an agreement and avert a strike and is committed to keeping the schools open should a strike happen. 

Shooting Claims Man’s Life in Pomona Nov. 28

POMONA - A man died in an alleyway Monday, likely after being gunned down. Officers found the man in alleyway after being called to a report of gunfire in the 600 block of Karesh Avenue at 1 a.m. Los Angeles County Firefighter paramedics declared the man dead at the scene, according to the Pomona Police Department.

Pomona family's dog allegedly shot dead by neighbor

POMONA, Calif. - A family in Pomona is mourning the loss of their dog after they say it was shot dead by a neighbor over the weekend. The family say K9, their eight-year-old lab mix, was shot dead Sunday. The family had just moved into the Pomona neighborhood two weeks ago.
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Upland man is arrested for allegedly beating his wife to death

An Upland man who allegedly beat his wife to death was arrested last weekend, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. On Nov. 25 about 11:45 p.m., deputies from the Barstow Sheriff’s Station responded to the Shell Gas Station on Cima Road near Mountain Pass for a report of a 12-year-old girl who walked into the store and requested help. A California Highway Patrol officer was at the location and contacted the child.

In the Media: Claremont Courier and Daily Bulletin Highlight Upcoming Joint Music Program Concerts

The Claremont Courier and the Daily Bulletin highlighted several upcoming performances by the joint music program of Scripps, Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, and Pitzer Colleges. The Claremont Chorale and the Claremont Concert Choir will host a performance of Handel’s Messiah on December 4. Two orchestral performances by the Claremont Concert Orchestra will take place on December 10 and 11 and feature symphonic works inspired by ballet and folk dances.
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Pee Wee Baseball

Pee Wee Baseball is BACK! The season starts February 6, 2023 and registration will open Monday, December 5th! Basic baseball skills are taught in a non-competitive environment for participants 3, 4, and 5 years old. The program meets two times a week (Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday) at Red Hill Community Park (under the lights) and runs for four weeks.

Saints Defeated by the Brahmas

On November 18th, 2022, the season for our San Dimas Saints football team, came to an end. Although the outcome of the game was disappointing and wistful, it is safe to say that our boys put up a fight to try to accomplish yet another round of CIF. Despite not being able to continue in CIF, it was the first time our Saints had made it to the Semi-Finals since the year of 2020, and San Dimas is very proud to watch another one of our sports teams accomplish yet another mile stone.

SUV Crash Involves Multiple Parked Vehicles

Covina, Los Angeles County, CA: A traffic collision involving an SUV impacted multiple parked vehicles in the city of Covina just before midnight, Monday. California Highway Patrol Baldwin Park Station officers and the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a traffic collision involving multiple vehicles on the 5300 block of South Barranca Street around 11:44 p.m., Nov. 28.

Abandoned House Burns in Pomona

Pomona, Los Angeles County, CA: Firefighters battled an abandoned house fire early Monday morning in the city of Pomona. Pomona Police Department and the Los Angeles County Fire Department received multiple 911 calls just after 2:00 a.m., Nov. 28, for a house fire on the 1400 block of West Mission Boulevard.

Pomona, November 30 High School ⚽ Game Notice

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Holiday Happenings Around Campus

From a turkey and gravy Gratitude Lunch to holiday carolers, the Mt. SAC Campus is definitely putting forth the “It’s that time of the year” vibes. Right before Thanksgiving break, Student Services held a gratitude lunch of turkey or ham, as well as all the ‘fixins’. All students, staff and faculty were invited.