A bill introduced at the end of January could give legal cannabis businesses a temporary tax reduction to help the legal industry combat its illegal counterparts.
The day was filled with energy and laughter as a group of about 40 line dancers came together to celebrate Black History Month on Saturday at the African American Museum of Beginnings in Pomona.
After the city council rejected previous proposals to consider contracting with the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Councilman Muir Davis put forward a vote for a study – this time, one that would come at no cost to the city.
Contractors began construction on a new parking lot for the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement, to combat any extra traffic the center may produce.
More than 200 members of the surrounding Claremont and La Verne communities gathered to protest a picket by the Westboro Baptist Church, an organization known for protesting public events, even funerals, with inflammatory anti-LGBT signs and rhetoric.
School colors of red, black and white decorations filled the gymnasium of El Roble Intermediate School last Thursday, as the band and color guard played an orchestral introduction for Duncan Sandys.
Nearly 120 people of various faiths came together in celebration of unity Sunday for the 10th annual Interfaith Walk. The walk spanned more than two miles between Claremont and Pomona and took participants through visits to Muslim, Jewish and Christian houses of worship.
Oak Park Cemetery in Claremont was established in 1897 and is now the permanent residence to many of the founders of the city.
Large fields full of Halloween decorations, pumpkins of many colors and sizes, a petting zoo, a tractor ride and more are on display in La Verne’s historic Heratage Park.
Susan Wickman from Chase’s La Verne serves La Verne residents Jack Wear and Julie Griffith a crab cake on Tuesday night in the Sky Aviation Hangar at Brackett Field Airport at the Taste of La Verne Food and Wine Festival.