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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
Grand Jury takes Pasadena police to task for its citizen complaint process; department responds

On Monday August 5, 2013, "Active Shooter' training began and will continue during the week of August 5-9, 2013 T the Pasadena Police Department and Pasadena Fire Department in conjunction with the Pasadena Unified School District, will conduct Active Shooter training at Washington Middle School in Pasadena. First Responders will work through mock active shooter scenarios that simulate the realistic problems associated with emergency response and the management of these high risk and dynamic situations.

Pomona resident: City stalled marijuana initiative, lawsuit launched

Roger Jon Diamond, representing Pomona resident Jacqueline Dilley, one of two people who pushed for the initiative , is claiming Pomona officials attempted to stifle the process from the beginning when the petition was first submitted to City Hall in February. The 15-page petition to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Chalfant was filed three days after the City Council voted to direct staff to analyze the full impacts of a resident-backed initiative which aims to overthrow the city's ban on marijuana activity.

Meet Rene Contreras, whose Viva! Pomona crosses musical lines

Rene Contreras is the promoter behind Viva! Pomona, a music festival downtown that mixes local and international bands. When the first Viva! Pomona music festival drew 400 paying customers to two downtown restaurants and a club, no one was more surprised than its young promoter - although he didn't let on.

Why Destructo made downtown L.A. the base for the new All My Friends festival

Gary Richards, who performs as Destructo, brings his inaugural All My Friends music festival to downtown L.A. Aug. 18-19. Photo by Brian Ziff.

LA County Fair 2018: More parking, new Uber/Lyft drop-off created to alleviate traffic woes

Dwight Richards, vice president of operations, shows the construction site of a new rideshare pickup and drop off lot at the Fairplex in Pomona on Thursday, August 9, 2018. Fairplex has made some changes to improve the traffic flow for the Los Angeles County Fair.

3 Ways To Support A Child Who's Interested In The Arts

In all its varied forms of self-expression, art has the potential to move and inspire us, prompt us to dream and make us feel. Art transcends language barriers and often sends a universal message meant to connect us as spiritually and emotionally as people who are all part of a global human race.

The 38-foot long work depicts Pomona's connection to citrus.

Pomona eco-artist John Barge III is encouraging the public stop by Cafe con Libros Saturday night to witness what he hopes is history. Barge is attempting to complete the world's longest painting of citrus in contemporary art format with a piece modestly titled "Citrus."

Free exhibit in Ontario of 1940s watercolors is titled "Pigs to Pig Iron."

"Girders" is one of eight paintings by Esther Bruton Gilman at the Chaffey Community Museum of Art documenting the construction of Kaiser Steel. The 1940s construction of Fontana's Kaiser Steel , a plant where plates for Navy ships would be made, was somewhat hush-hush, despite its size, due to wartime.

Claremonter brings unique world flavors to Village restaurant

Since its grand opening, Menkoi Ya Ramen has taken Claremont by storm. With each piping-hot bowl served, diners can experience authentic Kitakata ramen.

Figuring out how to control activities, development at Pomona Fairplex may take 2 more years

Workers set up a food area in preparation of the Los Angeles County Fair on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 in Pomona, Ca. For the past year, Pomona officials have been trying to figure out a way to better regulate the activities that go on at Fairplex; that effort is likely to continue for another two years.

Pomona voters, you up for hiking the sales tax to bail out the city?...

A measure on the November ballot will ask Pomona residents if they're willing to increase local sales tax to bail the city out of a predicted $10 million in annual operating deficit it faces for the next decade. Earlier this year, the council commissioned a 10-year financial forecast , which revealed Pomona will burn through its savings in the next two fiscal years and ultimately find itself with a structural deficit.

Person struck and killed by freight train in Pomona, Metrolink service affected

A person was struck and killed by a train early Wednesday morning in Pomona, disrupting Metrolink service for some commuters, according to authorities. Pomona police were called to the area of Humane Way and Pomona Boulevard just after 3:30 a.m. for a person hit by a Union Pacific Railroad freight train, according to a police statement.

Pomona demands more analysis on pot measure; delay keeps it off November ballot

Pomona city leaders have asked staff to analyze the full impacts of a residents-backed initiative that aims to overthrow the city's ban on marijuana activity, a move that prevents it from making it on the Nov. 6 ballot. The measure proposes to amend Pomona's zoning code to allow commercial cannabis use by creating two zones: a self-described "safety access cannabis" zone in the middle of downtown and pockets of industrial areas throughout the city.

The Downtown Pomona Owners Association's board of directors...

A group of property owners in downtown Pomona is making it very clear: Despite a proposed measure on the November ballot that could usher marijuana businesses into town, they don't want them in their neighborhood. Earlier this year, proponents of an initiative that aims to overturn Pomona's ban on commercial marijuana operations completed the first step in getting the measure on the November ballot.

Pomona gang member sentenced for senseless 2004 murder

A gang member was sentenced to decades in prison earlier this month for the 2004 murder of a Chino man who cursed an NFL team mascot tied to the killer's gang. Marcos Solorio, 22, of Pomona was found guilty on Sept.

NASA introduces astronaut crews chosen for the next human missions to launch from U.S. soil

Chris Ferguson, right, director of Boeing's Starliner crew and mission operations, fist-bumps with NASA astronaut Sunita Williams as they and astronauts Nicole Mann and Bob Behnken prepare for training at Kennedy Space Center in Florida in June. NASA on Friday announced the crews of the first spaceflights to be launched from U.S. soil since the space shuttle retired in 2011, an elite group of astronauts that the agency hopes will help open a new era of space travel.

Don Kendrick remembers looking up Jon Provost's number as a boy and phoning him.

Don Kendrick, now the mayor of La Verne , was once merely a boy in town who liked watching "Lassie." Millions of children across the nation did.

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