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Pomona is located in southern California in Los Angeles County. It is the fifth largest city in Los Angeles County. Pomona is named after the ancient Roman goddess of fruit, Pomona. The city hosts the NHRA Pomona Raceway Powerade Winter Mationals Drag Racing Competition and is home of the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals. Notable residents of Pomona have included actress Jessica Alba (Dark Angel TV series, Good Luck Chuck) and singer songwriter, composer and actor Tom Waits.

Population: 149473
Local Newspapers: Claremont Courier Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Local Colleges: California State Polytechnic University-Pomona Western University of Health Sciences

Zip Codes associated with pomona, california: 91766 91767 91768
Towns/Cities near pomona, california : Diamond Bar Paramount Phillips Ranch Claremont La Verne San Dimas Charter Oak Montclair

Pomona News
Mural project brings history to the walls of Millard Sheets Art Center at Fairplex

Artist Miriam Hellmann, work's on a mural depicting the history of the Los Angeles County Fair, Thursday, at the Fairplex in Pomona, Ca., September 14, 2107. The mural is located on the outside of the Millard Sheets Gallery.

Cal Poly Pomona president outlines changes, accomplishments at convocation

Cal Poly Pomona President Soraya M. Coley gives the third Annual Convocation Address at the Ursa Major Ballroom at Cal Poly Pomona in Pomona, CA., Monday, September 18, 2017. President Soraya M. Coley addressed the university's new mission, vision and values as well as the steps the university will be taking to achieve it's initiatives and goals.

Cal Poly Pomona president Soraya Coley opens 2017-18 school year

Cal Ploy Pomona President Soraya M. Coley gives the third Annul Convocation Address at the Ursa Major Ballroom at Cal Poly Pomona in Pomona, CA., Monday, September 18, 2017. President Soraya M. Coley addressed the university's new mission, vision and values as well as the steps the university will be taking to achieve it's initiatives and goals.

NeurAegis Identifies a New Link between Traumatic Brain Injury and Alzheimer's Disease

NeurAegis published a new study, which identifies a new link between calpain-2 activation and tau phosphorylation, and a new potential biomarker. POMONA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 18, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- NeurAegis published the results of a series of experiments, which could explain why Traumatic brain injury could lead to the development of Alzheimer's disease pathology.

LA County Fair mural project brings history to the walls of Millard Sheets Art Center at Fairplex

Artist Miriam Hellmann, work's on a mural depicting the history of the LA County Fair, Thursday, at the Fairplex in Pomona, Ca., September 14, 2017. The mural is located on the outside of the Millard Sheets Art Center at Fairplex.

Whoa: City of Industrya s 3,000 businesses generate more sales than entire countries

The City of Industry's 3,000 businesses generated roughly $31 billion in sales in 2016, a number that surpasses the gross domestic product of 100 countries, according to statistics released in a new economic report. If the city of 219 residents made it on to the World Bank's GDP rankings, Industry would have the 95th largest economy, above Latvia and just shy of Bahrain.

Industrial Metal Supply To Participate in Trade Shows

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 17, 2017 : California-based Industrial Metal Supply announces plans to continue their annual tradition of involvement and commitment to off-road enthusiasts by participating in both the Sand Sports Super Show and the Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo.

Mi Poco LA adds hipper, Latino twist to LA County Fair

In the midst of the usual rides, food, farm animals and more that you expect from the LA County Fair, there's something unexpected. A coffee vendor, a street food stand, working artists and live music are all on the enclosed patio of the Millard Sheets Art Center, with tables, chairs and benches plentiful.

Man arrested after shotgun, drugs, ammunition found in Pomona home

A 37-year-old felon was arrested after a shotgun, drugs and ammunition were found inside a Pomona home on Friday morning, Sept. 15, police say.

Pomona Unified settles with disabled students for $900K

Pomona Unified School District Building in Pomona, Ca., Thursday, September 13, 2017. Pomona Unified has agreed to pay out up to $900,000 to settle two lawsuits brought on behalf of developmentally disabled students .

ALDI grand opening draws huge crowd in Hesperia

Based on the number of overflowing shopping carts, crowded aisles and long lines, the grand opening of ALDI grocery store appeared to be huge success. Mayor Pro Tem Russ Blewett and an army of ALDI associates watched as Store Manager Robert Rosales used gold-colored scissors to cut the blue ALDI ribbon during the celebratory event Thursday morning.

New Community Development Director ready for job's challenges

He officially started August 7, at the front end of the city's summer recess, when council meetings are in recess and business at city hall seems a bit slower. "For me, it was the perfect time to start my employment, because it gave me that kind of calming period."

Kai Mukai | Road 2 Recovery Fund - Medical Fund For Spinal Injury

On the afternoon of September 7th, privateer and Fasthouse team rider, Kai Mukai was severely injured while participating in the 450 Shootout at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, California. Kai was going through a turn when his back tire hit a dirt pile and ejected him off his bike.

A vision for the future LA County Fair includes food, family and more

Fast forward to the present. People attending a strategic planning session Wednesday at Fairplex said things such as massive turkey legs and other fair food are what people love about the fair.

71 cited for bogus disabled parking placards at L.A. County Fair in Pomona

Investigators checking disabled placards on vehicles parked outside the L.A. County Fair last weekend issues 71 tickets for fraudulently using the parking passes, authorities said. California Department of Motor Vehicle investigators conducted the enforcement crackdown on Sunday outside the Fairplex at Pomona, 1101 W. McKinley Ave. , aided by Pomona police and Fairplex administrators, DMV officials said in a written statement.

Pomona restaurant proposal prompts City Council to talk about standards

Members of the Pomona City Council at the September 11, 2017 meeting - Photo by Monica Rodriguez/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin POMONA >> The northeast corner of Holt and San Antonio avenues could have become home to a Wendy's fast food restaurant that would have been a source of jobs and a convenient service to area residents, Councilwoman Elizabeth Ontiveros-Cole said Monday. The city's Corridor Specific Plan, however, was a barrier to that business becoming a reality at that location, she said.

American Latina girls stand up for their roots and for immigrants through quincea eras

Tiffany Galaviz, 15, left, of Los Angeles, gets help from her mother, Angeles, as she fits into her Quinceanera dress on Saturday, August 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, Ca. Galaviz, like a growing number of girls, have begun using their quinces as a way to celebrate their culture and ethnic identities at a time when many people have looked down on immigrants especially those from Latin America.

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