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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

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San Dimas has a list of issues it wants the Gold Line authority to address

Azusa Station used for transportation by many students attending Azusa Pacific and Citrus College.The City of Azusa and Glendora officially opened its extension of Citrus Avenue Monday September, 19, 2016. The extension provides a direct connection to the APU/Citrus College Gold Line station so drivers and pedestrians donA't have to take a long, winding path through Rosedale.

Four arrested after Pomona police serve search warrant, find illegal casino

Four people were arrested after Pomona police served a search warrant and found an illegal gambling casino in operation at a business, authorities said. About noon Friday, Dec. 14, the Pomona Police Department's Major Crimes Task Force, with help from SWAT, served the search warrant at 1224 S. Garey Avenue after a lengthy investigation, police said in a statement.

Officials ID man fatally stabbed in Pomona

Authorities Tuesday identified a 58-year-old man who was fatally stabbed in Pomona , as investigators continued their efforts to find whoever killed him. James Estrella was attacked about 5:45 a.m. Monday in the 1200 Block of West Grand Avenue and died at the scene, according to Pomona police and the coroner's office.

Field for San Bernardino County Supervisor vacancy trimmed to five

Fifth District Supervisor Josie Gonzales, left, Chairman and First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood, Vice Chairman and Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman and Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford listen to one of the candidates as the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors holds interviews for the vacant 3rd District seat, formerly held by James Ramos, at the San Bernardino County Government Center in Pomona on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. They turned 13 into five on Tuesday, and could turn five into one new county Supervisor as soon as Thursday.

Next phase of Gold Line will reach Pomona, not end in La Verne, transit officials hope

FILE PHOTO. The Gold Line at Union Station gets you to Pasadena in about 30 minutes to see shows at the Rose Bowl.

Pomona miffed about being forced to find more places for homeless shelters

Andrew Jared, center, from the Pomona city attorney's office during the Pomona City Council Meeting at the Pomona City Hall in Pomona, CA., Monday, December 3, 2018. After months of revisions, Pomona leaders have laid out a plan identifying areas in the city where emergency homeless shelters can be built - even if it gets them sued.

Bicyclist critically injured in Montclair hit-and-run; suspect arrested in Pomona

Montclair Police arrested a suspect in a hit-and-run collision on Saturday, Dec. 8 that left a bicyclist in critical condition. Officers responded to a crash reported at about 7:30 p.m. near the intersection of Orchard Street and Central Avenue, and found a bicyclist lying unconscious in the street, according to a news release from the Montclair Police Department.

Trial ordered for teen in alleged Pomona gang killing

A man allegedly involved in a fatal shooting here in December must stand trial for murder and other criminal charges, a judge ruled today after hearing testimony from a witness and police. Edgar Silva, 21, was shot in the head at Garey Avenue and Philadelphia Street by a passenger in a car allegedly driven by 18-year-old Ramiro Hernandez, according to testimony this morning in Pomona Superior Court.

Land of Lincoln comes to Pomona via Hollywood

THEY'VE BEEN filming a movie around Pomona in recent days, a Hollywood production titled "The Curse of Downers Grove." I showed up Friday morning in the genteel Lincoln Park neighborhood to inquire and learned the title from a location manager.

Construction of the Gold Line extension now could be staggered into even more phases

Rather than building out the future Foothill Gold Line in two phases, the construction authority wants to gather public input about the possibility of spreading out the construction of the 12.3-mile extension over even more phases. The Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority is holding a meeting Monday in La Verne to discuss plans that could modify the Glendora to Montclair extension and allow the transportation agency the ability to construct and operate the project in four phases.

Buffumsa murals by Millard Sheets return to Pomona

George Cuttress is seen here with "Fiesta," a Millard Sheets mural that once graced the Buffums' store in Pomona. In 2008, a reader left this comment on my blog on a post about Buffums' , the department store that had a location in downtown Pomona.

Dine 909: Inland Empire Breweries unite for Camp fire relief fundraiser

More than two dozen Inland Empire breweries are helping Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. raise funds for Camp fire relief by brewing and selling Resilience Butte County Proud IPA..

O.D. Notebook: The Latest Industry News

In light of holiday gift purchasing season and as the Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates there are 240,000 toy-related injuries last year, with 45% of the total injuries to the head and face area, Prevent Blindness offers tips for Safe Toys and Gifts Awareness Month , which you may want to share with your patients. They include: Check the lenses and frames of children's sunglasses; many can break and cause injuries.

Man convicted in drive-by shooting that killed 8-year-old Pomona boy

A Pomona man who prosecutors said fired the gun that killed an 8-year-old boy in a 2017 drive-by shooting faces life in prison without possibility of parole after he was convicted Wednesday, Dec. 5, of first-degree murder and other charges. Sengchan Houl, 36, was convicted by jurors who deliberated less than two hours after they heard evidence that he fired from a vehicle and killed the boy, Jonah Hwang, also of Pomona.

Pomona kicks longtime city attorney to curb

Andrew Jared, center, from the Pomona city attorney's office during the Pomona City Council Meeting at the Pomona City Hall in Pomona, CA., Monday, December 3, 2018. Pomona city leaders unanimously agreed to fire Arnold Alvarez-Glasman as its city attorney, a post he held for almost three decades.

Pomona, you have 3 new council members and this is how their first meeting went

The three members took their seats on the dais for the first time and were greeted with a round of applause. The new Pomona City Council, from left, Rubio R. Gonzalez, Victor Preciado, Nora Garcia, Mayor Tim Sandoval, Elizabeth Ontiveros-Cole, Steve Lustro, and Robert S. Torres, during the Pomona City Council Meeting at the Pomona City Hall in Pomona, CA., Monday, December 3, 2018.

The United Pacific/Street Rodder Sherm's Plating Road Tour Part 3

The shop tours in the Pomona area continued on Tuesday for the Sherm's Plating Road Tour participants. After our morning get-together we made a short drive to the quaint town of San Dimas.

Longtime Pomona councilwoman fought for immigrant rights, environmental issues

Pomona Councilwoman Cristina Carrizosa sat in a corner table of the Jack in the Box on the south end of town, stirring the three creamers in her coffee. The fast food joint has been her pseudo second office.

Jokes and tears flow at sendoff for 53-year Pomona cop

Ron McDonald is greeted by well-wishers at the conclusion of his retirement luncheon Thursday at the Sheraton Fairplex. He retired from the Pomona Police Department after 53 years.

Gallery: 2018 National Hot Rod Association NHRA Finals

If you have never been to an NHRA event in person, then be sure to add it to your bucket list. There's nothing quite like being in the stands when the Top Fuel Funny Cars are blasting down the track; lets just say your eyes will need a little time to adjust and your entire body is vibrating from the thunderous nitro mills.

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