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Paid Parking Lots Sitting Empty by City Councilperson Elizabeth Ontiveros-Cole

photo by Councilperson Elizabeth Ontiveros-Cole There are so many empty parking lots in the city of Pomona. This is on 3rd and Park. Pomona is now charging for this parking lot.....and no people are there to park, and this photo was taken on a Saturday afternoon. Jason Abboud, owner of …

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Introducing Pomona, Ontario, Chino, Montclair, Rialto, Fontana Congresswoman Norma Torres

Pomona Congresswoman

Pomona, Ontario, Chino, Montclair, Fontana, Rialto, Bloomington Congresswoman Norma Torres Congresswoman Norma J. Torres represents California's 35th congressional district which includes Bloomington, Chino, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, and Rialto. Previously, she was a member of the California State Senate representing the 32nd district. She is a Democrat. Early life Torres …

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“Pomona Has Some Of The Worst Pollution In California” – editorial by Pomona resident, Teresia Santee

by Teresia Santee, Pomona Resident Citizens Climate Lobby Member Is red or orange your favorite color?  If so, you might like the latest environmental map of the Pomona area, provided online  as part of the CalEnviroScreen 3.0 report; at least until you realize those colors on the map indicate that Pomona's …

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Scoops On Tap: Beer-flavored Ice Cream

Sam Howland, the co-owner of Scoops on Tap and a graduate from The Collins College at Cal Poly Pomona spoke to us about his company.   The new company was founded by Howland (pictured left) and his childhood friend, Bryan Marasco (right) who graduated from The College of Business Administration at Cal …

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Pomona Restauant Review “Aladdin Jr.” by John Clifford

Follow Pomona resident John Clifford as he eats at EVERY restaurant on Garey Avenue "Eating Garey Ave", and writes about his experience. He started at In N Out South Garey in January 2016. by Pomona Resident John Clifford President, Pomona Public Library Foundation | Member Save Our Pomona Public Library …

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Need Court Ordered Community Service Hours? Call Andrew Quinones – A Pomona Success Story

I've lived in Pomona most of my life.  I became an orphan when both my parents died from gun violence when I was still an infant.  I was taken care of as a neighborhood baby until I was ultimately raised  by my Aunt Elena and Uncle Rod Mafla (who I …

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Adult Basketball League Comes To Pomona, Wednesday Nights

Are you looking for a fun and engaging recreational basketball league to participate in? Well, The League Adult Sports is partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Pomona Valley to bring that to life in the Pomona area. Early registration with a discounted team rate is now open through …

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Pomona Approves New Dog Park – Expected To Open 2017

*photo from City of Pomona website                Pomona has 12,500 licensed dogs, 26 public parks and no dog parks.  Recently, the Pomona City Council approved the city's first fenced dog park with agility equipment.  The park will be located in Phillips Ranch Park, and …

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Pomona Business Spotlight: New Goals Soccer Center Brings Five-a-side Soccer to Pomona

  Goals-soccer.com; 909-766-2800; 2255 S. Garey Ave. Pomona, CA 91766     Goals Soccer Centers are bringing five-a-side soccer to Pomona all the way from the United Kingdom! Only the second location in the United States, Goals Soccer Centers are starting to break into the U.S. market after opening their …

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After 57 years, Pomona Palm Lake Golf Course closes.

Pomona's publicly owned par-3 Palm Lake Golf Course which includes nine holes and a driving range closed last month. Pomona City Hall is now seeking new operators, and a request for proposals has been issued.  At this time there is no lake on the 17.5 acre property, and this golf …

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