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  • Upland warehouse project criticized by California air regulators, Montclair and Claremont
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Health risks, including possible occurrences of cancer near the project site, and noted environmental impacts have raised concerns for state agencies and local officials.
  • College’s formerly segregated LGBT mixer has been desegregated
    The College Fix
    An event at the Claremont Colleges consortium in California that was previously closed to all non-black, non-LGBT individuals has been opened to general attendance after media reports shed light on the “mixer” being hosted by the campus LGBT center.
  • The Salted Pig is open in its new Riverside home
    The Press-Enterprise
    You’re in for a wait Belgian waffles or Spanish paella? Your choice at Viva Sevilla Dine 909: Redlands, Montclair breweries celebrating anniversaries on Saturday Comfort food is so good at Claremont’s Whisper House you can’t stay quiet Golden Corral expects to open Feb. 10 in Moreno Valley The Salted Pig, however, is still waiting for its ...
  • Soccer trainer arrested on suspicion of sexual assault of girl in Orangecrest area of Riverside
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A soccer trainer has been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault of a girl under age 16, and police said Wednesday, Feb. 5 they believe other girls in the Orangecrest neighborhood of Riverside ...
  • Santa Barbara’s Chase Kamin, Jackson Gonzales Sign College Football Offers
    Gonzales said he and Kamin attended a football camp at Claremont and got a good feeling about the high-academic school. "I really liked the campus and I wanted to stay close to home and stay in California," he said. Also a standout on the basketball team, Gonzales always felt he could play football at the next level. "I wanted football to carry ...
  • Golden Corral expects to open Feb. 10 in Moreno Valley
    The Press-Enterprise
    Golden Corral Buffet & Grill in Moreno Valley is prepared for crowds when it opens to the public at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 10. “We’re expecting 2,000 guests a day for the foreseeable future ...
  • Ex-LAPD officer found guilty of second-degree murder for off-duty shooting in downtown Pomona
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    An off-duty, former Los Angeles police officer accused of gunning down a man following a drunken argument in downtown Pomona almost five years ago was convicted Wednesday of second-degree murder.
  • Super Bowl Sunday often doesn’t include football, this year it came with the flu
    The San Bernardino Sun
    At least I was comfortable. Also, a reader who’d read I was sick volunteered to run to Vince’s Spaghetti, the roadhouse spaghetti restaurant in Ontario that dates to 1945, and deliver to my house in Claremont. I got a paper sack with a full order of spaghetti, a container of sauce, two pieces of cheese bread and a waxed packet of grated cheese.
  • Inland college notes: UCR’s Dominick Pickett gets extra motivation from death of Kobe Bryant
    The Press-Enterprise
    Its closest IEAC game was a 71-62 victory over San Bernardino Valley College on Jan. 22. Ranked second, with a bullet That the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s tennis team would open the season ranked No. 2 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Division III preseason poll is natural. That the Athenas would find themselves staring up at ...
  • San Bernardino’s Sears at Inland Center Mall closes after more than 50 years
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    For the first time since debuting more than half a century ago, the Inland Center Mall in San Bernardino opened Monday, Feb. 3, without Sears. The anchor department store, closed as part of plans ...
  • Former Upland resident gets 3 years in prison for embezzlement
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A former Upland resident was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison on her guilty plea of embezzling more than $1.4 million from a Commerce company where she worked for as a human resources ...
  • Pieology rethinks crust for keto dieters
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Pieology has a new way of serving chicken, and it’s not a pizza topping. It’s more like a bottom. The fast-fired pizza chain, which is based in Rancho Santa Margarita, has come up with a new ...
  • Ontario airport continues flights to and from Taiwan, despite ‘high risk’ coronavirus warning
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Flights from Ontario International Airport have continued unabated to Taiwan, the island territory run independent of China, even though the World Health Organization considers travel to China as ...
  • MLK speaker to lead dialogue about race at LaGrange College Thursday
    LaGrange Daily News
    Dr. Alicia Bonaparte, associate professor of sociology at Pitzer College in Claremont, California, will serve as moderator. It is fitting to have Dr. Tatum as the featured MLK speaker, according to Brian Carlisle, Vice President and Dean of Students. “Dr. Tatum is an award-winning researcher and author on the topics of racism and social chang ...
  • On The Record with Greg Lonzo, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Men’s and Women’s Water Polo Coach
    Swimming World
    Part of the tournament’s draw was participation by Whittier and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, members of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). Both schools, along with Pomona-Pitzer, are among the nation’s best DIII programs, and contenders for the first-ever DIII Women’s Collegiate National Water Polo ...
  • Alexis DeJoria is back on track, looking forward to NHRA Winternationals
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    It would have been easy for Alexis DeJoria to have chosen to live life in the fast lane. Instead, the 42-year-old daughter of billionaire business entrepreneur John Paul DeJoria chose a different ...
  • Football: Six Inland players, three coaches earn top CIF Southern Section honors
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Inland players on first team: Kamari Ross, Beaumont, Sr.; Logan Perez, Beaumont, Sr.; Raymond Rodriguez, Chaffey, Jr.; Sabino Galeana, Chaffey, Sr.; Ryan Campuzano, Claremont, Jr.; Jeremiah Graves, Hemet, Jr.; Bradley Fye, Hemet, Sr.; Ethan Leonard, Hemet, Sr.; Ernie Urias, Hemet, So.; Crispin Wong, Linfield Christian, Jr.; Justin Manqueros ...
  • BetterUp's Uplift Conference Ushers in a New Era of Employee Experience
    The event will take place March 2-4 at the Claremont Club & Spa in Berkeley, California. "The white water world of work that we live in today is ever changing, hyper connected, and highly ambiguous," said Alexi Robichaux, co-founder and CEO of BetterUp, which is seeing explosive growth for its industry-leading coaching solutions. "To thrive in ...
  • Obituary: Connie Baskett
    Portland Press Herald
    In 1952, after graduating from Michigan Normal College and teaching for a few years, Connie joined her two older sisters in Southern California. It was there that she met and married Bill Baskett. The couple lived in Riverside and, later, Claremont, raising their three children. In the early 1970s, after a break, Connie returned to teaching ...
  • Scripps Students to Protest Against Sodexo Over Private Prisons
    Claremont Independent
    The gathering is organized by the Drop Sodexo movement at the California liberal arts college ... drawing intense criticism from some students at Scripps as well as those from the other Claremont Colleges—which aside from Scripps, includes Pomona, Harvey Mudd, Claremont McKenna, and Pitzer Colleges—who often dine at Malott.