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Claremont, California is located in Los Angeles County. Zip codes in Claremont, CA include 91711. The median home price in Claremont is $579,500 which is roughly $322/per square foot. More Claremont information.

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9 hrs ago | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Public plaza will be an oasis in downtown Ontario

It's a park, or it's a plaza. Whatever you call it, Ontario Town Square is a 1.7-acre public space opening this week, the latest attempt to get something going downtown.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

Redlands Daily Facts

Claremont aims to beat Riverside in CoolCalifornia City Challenge

Only 93,000 points separate the two top spots in the statewide challenge that invites residents of each city to adopt more environmentally sustainable practices. As of Tuesday, Claremont trails Riverside in the CoolCalifornia City Challenge .

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Rancho Cucamonga High senior completes 10 gallons of blood donations

Michael Villalobos of Rancho Cucamonga was 12 days shy of his 18th birthday when he became the youngest 10-gallon donor for LifeStream. Here Michael is congratulated by long-time donor Larry Bloemsma who has given 125 gallons, left, and Marion Black, who has donated 40 gallons of blood.

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Claremont Courier

Discounted admission on Claremont Day at the Fair

All Claremont residents are invited to Claremont Day at the Los Angeles County Fair this Thursday, September 18. The fair is open from noon to 11 p.m. on Thursday. In addition to discounted admission for residents, the day's festivities include a Community Hero presentation at 4:15 p.m. in Court of the Redwoods followed by a parade at 5 p.m. This year's Claremont heroes are Edgar Vargas, Robin Gottuso and Ginger Elliott.

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Claremont Courier

Panel discussion on water bond to be held Wednesday

Issues relating to Claremont's ballot Measure W will be discussed at an informational water bond seminar sponsored by the Claremont Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, September 17 beginning at 11 a.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel. Business owners and residents are encouraged to attend the presentation that will include a panel discussion between Mayor Joe Lyons of the city of Claremont, Rodney Smith for Golden State Water, and Freeman Allen for citizen-groups Claremont Friends of Locally-Owned Water and Mark Sterba for Claremont Affordable Water Advocates .

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

WKRC-AM Cincinnati

Empower U September 20th

Abraham Lincoln was a well-read President who was very familiar with Shakespeare's works. Whether in tragedy or comedy, Shakespeare's characters faced a tumultuous world, as did President Lincoln with a bloody Civil War.

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Claremont Courier

Claremont Village ghost walk ready to haunt tour goers

Step through the shadows into the haunted heritage of the Claremont Village during this 75-minute family-friendly tour on Saturday, October 4 and Sunday, October 5. Every tour will visit nine haunts, including Village businesses and college destinations. The experienced docents have researched and written the stories based on information and experiences of Village business owners and Claremont Colleges personnel.

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Claremont Courier

Local coalition launches to oppose $135 million water takeover

This fall, Claremont residents will be asked to weigh in on a consequential ballot measure that, if passed, would result in water bills approximately $100 per month higher than they are today. The city is seeking voter support for a $135 million water bond.

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The Courier Mailer

In the Military: Mary E. Howard, 2011 alumna of Tualatin High School

The Oregonian uses military news supplied by the news bureaus for the U.S. Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, Coast Guard and military academies. Mary E. Howard: Mary E. Howard, a 2011 graduate of Tualatin High School, has received an Army ROTC scholarship to attend Claremont Mckenna College, Claremont, Calif.

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Claremont Courier

Wilderness Park closed, cool zones open

The Claremont Hillsides Wilderness Park is currently closed due to a red flag warning issued by the National Weather Service . The NWS issued the warning due to hot temperatures, low humidity, and increasing instability.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Motley Fool

3 Tips to Score More Financial Aid

Incoming freshmen, beware of the front-loaded financial aid package. To entice new students to enroll, some schools offer freshmen substantial "merit aid" -- awards that are based on qualifications other than financial need -- then sneakily reduce those scholarships and grants in subsequent years, leaving upperclassmen with bigger college bills.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Claremont Courier

Claremont in hot water over bond measure mailer

What was intended as an informational mailer on Measure W may have put the city of Claremont in hot water after attracting the attention of a Claremont homeowners political action committee sponsored by Golden State Water. "Stop the Water Tax - No on W," previously referred to as "Stop the $135 Million Takeover," has issued a cease and desist demand against the city, claiming that a mailer sent to Claremont voters earlier this month is advocacy-oriented and violates the laws against using public funds for campaign materials.

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Claremont Courier

33 Variations' explores Beethoven's music, personal struggles

Why would Beethoven, one of the most influential composers who ever lived, spend much of his final years creating nearly three-dozen variations on a waltz penned by a minor composer? This question obsesses musicologist Katherine Brandt, the protagonist of Moiss Kaufman's 33 Variations. The play, which made its Broadway debut in 2009, is being presented by the local theater company Ophelia's Jump in conjunction with Pomona College.

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Woman injured in crash caused fallen bales of hay on 210 Freeway in Claremont

A woman was hospitalized after a multi-vehicle collision that briefly shut down the Foothill Freeway in Claremont early today. The collision appeared to have been caused by bales of hay that fell from a big rig in the the westbound lanes, California Highway Patrol Officer Chad Giun told a videographer at the scene.

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US News & World Report

How the New SAT Is Trying to Redefine College Readiness

Jessa Stein , now a sophomore at Pitzer College, opted to be judged on her other merits and held back her test scores. If you are checking out the Best Colleges rankings as a junior or senior, you're preparing to sit - or have already sat - for the 2400-point SAT, complete with its fancy vocabulary words and mandatory essay.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

MSOE makes list of top 25 colleges whose grads earn the most money

Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Claremont Courier

Six Claremont officers promoted

Newly promoted members of the Claremont Police force re-take their oaths of office on Tuesday during a promotion ceremony during the Claremont City Council meeting. The promoted officers are Captain Shelly Vander Veen, left, Lieutenant Lori Davenport, Sergeant Eric Huizar, Corporal Christopher Casas, Corporal Isaac Reyes and Reserve Officer Ben Alba.

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Claremont Courier

Claremont resident named to board of advocacy organization

Rev. Dr. Ignacio Castuera, a Mexican-American civil and human rights leader, has joined the board of directors and southern California advisory board for the nation's leading end-of-life choice organization, Compassion & Choices. A resident of Claremont, Rev.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Los Angeles Times

Gut-wrenching photo evidence from Brown vs. Plata in 'Prison Obscura'

"Supplication #9" is a portrait of an inmate from a Montana prison by Kristen S. Wilkins. The artist creates portraits of women and records the objects and spaces they miss.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Claremont Courier

Keeping the neighborhood, good

Claremont resident Betty Crocker chats with a group Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies on Saturday during the seventh annual Keeping the Good in the Neighborhood street fair in Claremont. The festivities included food trucks, music from the LCR band, a silent auction, a Dale Bros.

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