Saturday , March 17 2018


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Cal Poly Pomona “Better Together Teacher Summit” – A Huge Success!

Cal Poly Pomona and the CSU system hosted the third annual “Better Together: Teachers Summit” on Friday, July 28.  Sessions focused on topics from bullying to teaching students to be open-minded critical thinkers. The event also provided an opportunity for educators to share ideas and build networks. Dr. Jill Biden …

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Historic Lincoln Park House For Sale – Realtor Fred Van Allen

Need that little bit of extra space or a man cave, office or art studio??  If you do, look no more, this bungalow is move in ready.  Have you been dreaming of living in the highly sought-after tree lined streets of the Lincoln Park Historic District?  Again, if so, look …

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Free, Family, Fun Patterson Museum – See Thousands of Years of Art in One Place

Patterson Museum

Petterson Museum Petterson Museum is a place that brings together eastern and western techniques with the hope to represent the art culture of the world. It is located in Claremont, California on 34 acres of Pilgrim Place land. When you walk in, you are surrounded with antiquities, ceramics, costumes, decorative arts. …

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Pomona Business Ventura Auto Detailing w/Pomona Resident, Business Owner Pablo Ventura

*Call 909-973-8887   Pablo Ventura is the owner of Ventura Auto Detailing. After more than five years of experience in the auto detailing industry, he opened his own business which has now been underway for two years. With his generous heart, he knows that finding the time to budget and …

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Starting July 23, Pomona Police Dept. Will Change Hours / Policies To Better Serve Residents

Front Desk has new hours to better serve the community during peak times: Mon-Sat: 8 am-6 pm. We will be adjusting our resources to Mon-Sat during peak hours to reduce wait times during those times; 8:00 am-6:00 pm.  In addition, all traffic related services will now be handled by the Front …

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Pomona Downtown Shop By John Michael Villa Closes After Four Years – Thank you letter from John.

To All... One of the best things that came out of having the store was that we were able to connect with many inspiring people and neighboring businesses in Downtown Pomona.  Together we were able to create something special.  We were also able to help give back to organizations, causes, …

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After Tragedy, Downtown Bookstore Closing – 30% Off All Books Until Sold

Downtown Magic Bookstore Closeout Sale With the tragic passing of Dwain Kaiser, his widow, JoAnn is having a closeout sale!  All books are marked 30% off.  To help Dwain's widow, it is time to do some book shopping to add to your collection.  The sale is expected to continue until …

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1888 Pomona Wanted To Abolish Saloons / Drinking – In response, Pomona opened secret bars.


Historical Pomona Incorporated 1888. Most people in Pomona know that the name "Pomona" comes from the Roman goddess of fruit.  She has been a symbol for years and is currently represented by a statue and a drink (Pomona Queen) served at some of the city's restaurants.  Speaking of drinks, did you …

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Pomona Fish Market Review by Pomona Resident John Clifford

*photos by Pomona resident John Clifford Follow Pomona resident John Clifford as he eats at and reviews local restaurants.  Follow John Clifford on his unique Pomona culinary journey. by Pomona Resident John Clifford President, Pomona Public Library Foundation | Member Save Our Pomona Public Library | Director, Historical Society of …

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July 12, Seven Arrested For Prostitution Related Charges

Pomona Police Arrest 7 During Joint Prostitution Operation The operation was conducted in response to numerous complaints received from residents and local business owners. The Pomona Police Department is taking a proactive approach to improving the quality of life by addressing and deterring human trafficking and prostitution activities along the …

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