La Verne firefighters and city officials are at odds about the safety of the community and the department’s ability to keep the community safe, because of ongoing funding and staffing shortages.
The University of La Verne has updated heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, or HVAC, systems in all the dorm buildings to meet COVID standards.
The city of La Verne’s 27th Cool Cruise Car Show was back Saturday after a few COVID-related postponements, featuring cars from 1928 Ford model A’s to 2020 Corvettes.
The Los Angeles County Fair returned as the Bite-Sized Fair on Friday – after being cancelled last year – as a smaller version with a limited number of rides, games, food and shopping.
Nicole Mahrer, assistant professor of psychology, discussed how maternal stress affects children’s health, the subject of her recent research, Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room.
Thomas Allison, assistant professor of legal studies, discusses the social determinants of health in his lecture, “Compassionate Public Discourse,” Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture series in the Executive Board Room.
California Governor Gavin Newsom will face a recall election on Sept. 14 – following seven petitions to recall him since February 2020.
The recall election for Gov. Gavin Newsom has become a critical election for the citizens of California as it will determine the future of the state in multiple ways.
The University of La Verne appointed Emmeline de Pillis as the new dean of the College of Business and Public Management on July 12.
Chip Grubbs led a group of around 15 people on a tour of the variety of different plants and trees to teach and observe the various wildlife that many people don’t generally get to see, Saturday in the California Botanic Garden in Claremont.