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Yesterday Pomona Democratic Congresswoman Norma Torres Voted Against Trump’s Healthcare Bill

Pomona Congresswoman

Rep. Norma J. Torres (D-Pomona) issued the following statement on the American Health Care Act, the Republican plan to repeal Obamacare:  “I voted against the American Health Care Act, because it jeopardizes the health and financial security of my constituents, as well as the millions of men, women, and children …

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According To Pomona Residents Top 3 Pomona Restaurants – Do you agree?

In a Pomona opinion survey conducted by, the following list represents the top five Pomona restaurants.  The Rookery Ale House and Grill Burgers, Gastropub, Craft Beers 117 West 2nd St Donahoo’s Golden Chicken Chicken 1074 N Garey Ave Los Jarritos Restaurant Mexican Food 3191 N Garey AveEl Merendero Mexican …

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History Pomona Fox Theater

In the late 1920s Fox West Coast Theaters were building “Entertainment Palaces” to support the growing motion picture industry.  The Fox Theater in Pomona, California was opened by Fox West Coast Theaters on April 23, 1931. The auditorium seated 1,751 in orchestra and balcony levels.  Mann Theater stopped showing regular …

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Introducing Pomona Valley Hospital’s CEO – Richard E. Yochum, FACHE

Mr. Yochum, President/Chief Executive Officer, has held his title since 1993 at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC), and has worked at the hospital since 1978. Before his time at PVHMC, he worked as an Assistant Administrator at City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, California.  He has an …

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June 5, Pomona City Council Discusses New Waste & Recycling Ordinance. (opinion/editorial)

*Map pictured above - Pomona is in the top 5% of polluted cities in the State June 5, Pomona City Council Will Discuss Proposed Pomona Waste & Recycling Ordinance Opinion/Editorial by Kathryn Kirui and Damiana Aldana Clean & Green Pomona members For those who call Pomona home, the details matter. And …

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Pomona Gang Member Gets 147 Years In State Prison For Shooting Pomona Resident

Local 40 year old gang member, Travail Gray, was recently found guilty for shooting Pomona resident, Raymond Sears, 53, on Oct. 25, 2013 in front of Pomona Liquor Store near the 500 block E La Verne Avenue,  Sears was taken to Pomona Valley Hospital and survived.  Deputy District Attorney David …

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Earthquake Bed Preparedness Kit. Pomona let’s get ready for the big one! by John Schmidt

Earthquake Bed Preparedness Kit by John Schmidt City Emergency Crisis Preparedness Expert Earthquake Bed Preparedness Kit is important since we live so close to a active fault. Most big earthquakes in Southern California happened at night or early morning. So if a big quake occurs while you are asleep.....pull the …

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Cal Poly Pomona Has Craft Beer Making Classes

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, joined a growing group of colleges that teaches students how to make high-quality craft beers. Cal Poly does a little more by kegging the results of their labors and selling it on campus. Aaron Neilson, Director of Dining Services, said, "Cal Poly Pomona is the …

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Other cities are named “Pomona” and use P-Town for slang.

There are cities named Pomona in many states  including California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, and Washington. There is a Pomona in Britain.  For many years Pomona California has become well known as “P-Town”.  However, Pomona is not unique for using P-Town as a …

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Pomona Women Workers For Cleaning / Work Projects

There is a new program for people to hire domestic workers in the Pomona and neighboring cities. This group of workers are all women and skilled in various jobs. Types of jobs include but limited to the following: House Cleaning Deep Cleaning Catering Food Preparation Move-out cleaning (to receive move-in deposit) …

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