Friday , March 16 2018

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Pomona Spadra Cemetery: Is it haunted?

Spadra Cemetery

Spadra cemetery was the original Old Settler's Cemetery from the mid 1800's. It's been the site of a lot of vandalism over the years. At night a male figure can sometimes be seen walking through the small area disappearing into a headstone. The cemetery will be very still and quiet, strangely …

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Since 1888 Pomona Chamber of Commerce Working For A More Prosperous City

Pomona Chamber of Commerce, 101 W. Mission Blvd. #222A, Pomona, CA 91769 Phone: (909) 622-8484 Since 1888 the Pomona Chamber of Commerce continues to provide the local business community with skills and resources to flourish in Southern California, the greatest single marketplace in the nation. Today, the Chamber represents over 500 …

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Arturo Jimenez, Local Host For Pomona Proud Historical Mini-Series

Pomona has a rich and vibrant history that needs to be shared with all the people who live, have lived, work and visit Pomona. Pomona Historical Society is an extremely effective group that preserves and promotes Pomona History. Pomona History and the History of Pomona is hosted by local activist, …

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FREE, Family, Fun…Ganesha Park Is Pomona’s Oldest/Largest Park

In the city of Pomona there are over 2,000 acres of public land used for recreation facilities and within these 2,000 acres there are 23 public parks. Ganesha Public Park, 60 acres, is the largest public park in Pomona (Washington Park 2nd largest). Ganesha Park contains many drinking fountains, 103 picnic tables, …

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Meeting At The Glasshouse: Mosaic Pomona Is A Unique Church In A Unique Setting

Mosaic Pomona The Glasshouse // Sundays // 10am 200 W Second Street, Pomona, CA 91766 Mosaic Pomona is a community of followers of Jesus Christ, committed to live by faith, to be known by love, and to be a voice of hope. The name of the community comes from the diversity …

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Pomona Contracts With The Los Angeles County Fire Department

The Los Angeles County Fire Department Fire Stations 181, 182,183,184,185,186,187,188, and 189 are located in Pomona. The Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD) provides fire protection and emergency medical services for Pomona and 57 other cities.  With a billion dollar budget, as of 2017 the department is responsible for just over 4 million residents spread out in …

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Pomona Valley Hospital Receives National Certification For Inpatient Diabetes Care

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC) has earned the Gold Seal of Approval for Advanced Certification in Inpatient Diabetes Care.  The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. PVHMC is one of 13 hospitals in the …

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In 1962 Downtown Pomona Started As Nationally Recognized Pomona Mall

In 1962 Artist Millard Sheets said, "Beauty in the downtown part of a city is a necessity, not a luxury. People will always respond to beauty if we make it intimate and personal and related to the charter and integrity of the city." The Pomona Mall was one of the …

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Pomona World Championship Boxer Alberto Dávila & Wife Garey H.S. Graduates

Pomona World Championship Boxer Alberto Dávila Garey H.S. Graduate w/Wife Also Garey H.S. Member World Boxing Hall of Fame Albert "Alberto" Dávila (born August 10, 1954) is a Mexican-American boxer who boxed during the 1970s and 1980s in the bantamweight division. During parts of 1983 and 1984, he held the World Boxing Council (WBC) championship. In 1983, Alberto …

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Since 1888, Six Pomona Police Officers Killed In Line Of Duty.. The first Chief Henry Tracy 1911

The City of Pomona incorporated on January 6, 1888 and became a Charter City in 1911. Henry P. Tracy was hired as the as the first Chief of Police on May 16, 1911. Chief Tracy was 47 years old and had no previous law enforcement experience. His salary was $1,200 …

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