Central American immigrants encounter many dangerous situations for a chance at a better life in the United States and journalist and author Sonia Nazario has braved the same dangers to bring one boy’s story to the public.
Six hundred Latino students from surrounding school districts attended information sessions and speaker panels at the third annual Latino Access and Development Conference, where they learned about the benefits of higher education.
Professor of Political Science Richard Gelm explored trends in political views and behavior during his lecture “Making American Politics Work: Coping with Fear and Anger, AKA: A Political Self-Help Guide.”
Within the first 90 minutes of the first annual Adoptoberfest hosted by The Inland Valley Humane Society, 20 animals had been adopted.
Visitors and perhaps a wandering spirit got a spooky look of Claremont with a historical twist at the second annual Ghost Walk last Saturday and Sunday.
Assembly member Chris Holden delivered a state of the state address for the La Verne City Council meeting on Tuesday.
Police officers and firefighters welcomed the community with their annual public safety open house at the La Verne Police and Fire Department’s open house last Saturday.
Kathleen Hughes coos at a kitten named Jordan at the pop-up trial in Chinatown of Los Angeles’ first cat café — Catfé.
News briefs for the week of Oct. 10, 2014.
Tears of laughter, joy and hope filled the eyes of friends and family of those affected by spinal cord injuries at the Hafif Estate, site of the Be Perfect Foundation’s sixth annual fundraiser.