Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories Last Week

Published : Saturday, July 15, 2017 | 4:16 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 47 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Story:

City Acts to Stop Colorado Street Bridge Suicides

Homeless Services Nonprofit Executive Vows Pasadena Will Be Rid of Homelessness Within Ten Years

Arroyo Seco Foundation Talks Bringing Trout, Other Native Fish Back to Pasadena

Rose Bowl Could Officially Name its Historic Gridiron After Major Donor

Council Likely to Approve Firefighter Raises of $10.1 Million Over Next Three Years

Woman Arrested for Saturday’s Fatal Shooting

‘My Job Is To Have Your Back,’ California Attorney General Xavier Becerra Tells Pasadena Crowd at City Hall

Mayor Tornek Meets With Unhappy Restaurant Owners

Ahead of Pasadena Visit Thursday, Attorney General Becerra Sponsors Officer-Involved Shootings Legislation

Municipal Services Committee to Discuss Water Rate Adjustments Tuesday

Anti-Corruption Group Launches with First Meeting on Sunday

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Metro Wheels Out Bike Share Across Pasadena This Morning

Landmark School Start Time Bill Passes State Assembly Education Committee

ACLU Panel Hopeful Measure H Will Help the Homeless, But Cautious

Portantino’s Legislation to Name Segment of CA-134 Freeway After President Obama Passes Assembly Transportation Committee

City Offers Double Discount Greywater Systems Price Vouchers to Free Workshop Attendees

Los Angeles County Raises Dog Limit from 3 to 4 Per Household

Pasadena Firefighters Union, City Agree on Salary Raises; Council Seals the Deal

Commission Will Hear Plan Tuesday to Convert Tennis Courts at Allendale Park into Pickleball Courts

Landmark Panda Inn to be Remodeled, Against a New Backdrop of Housing Units

City Finance Director Proposes Paying $27.1 Million to Pension Fund in One Payment, to Earn $1 Million Discount



PCC Students Will Soon Be Able See Their Class Schedule Online at Least Two Years in Advance,

ArtCenter College of Design Will Develop, Deploy Course Offerings Online


Community News:

Working for the Weekend? Just How Hot Will it Be?

Pasadena Rents Rank Second Highest of All Cities in Los Angeles County

Safely Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste at Saturday Event

Caltech Grad Student Makes Ultra-Sensitive Measurement of “Deformation”

‘America’s Got Talent’ Shows Contestant Who Died Later After Performing in His Pasadena Audition

Pasadena Museum of History Receives Grant Award from California Humanities

Pasadena Deltas Present a “A White Linen Affair” Scholarship Luncheon


Business Top Story:

Tetra Tech Gets FAA Security and Hazardous Materials Support Contract

Hernia Center Moves to New Location in Pasadena

Pasadena Company’s Satellites Blast Off on Russian Soyuz Rocket This Morning

Pasadena’s Spokeo Targets Law Enforcement Market With Social Media Search Tool

Pasadena’s UberMedia Acquires Cintric, Boosts Always-On First-Party Data Pool

Pasadena’s Blaze Pizza off to Fastest-Ever Start for Any Food Chain

Future Pasadena Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Names Board of Directors

Jessica Connolly Joins Bolton & Company as Human Resources Manager

Pasadena’s Long-Time Sears Store Will Not Close, In Spite of Chain’s Rocky Finances

200 Attend Chamber of Commerce Inauguration Gala, Robin McCarthy Sworn in as Board Chair


Public Safety:

Suspect in Saturday’s Shooting Death Charged with Murder, Dispute Over Relationship the Possible Motive

Man Stabbed in Fight Tuesday Night

Pasadena Man Sentenced for Murder of Ex-girlfriend

Caltrans Announces Westbound I-210 Angeles Crest Highway and Ocean View Boulevard Long-Term Ramp Closures


Giving Back:

YWCA Pasadena Girls’ Programs Receive $10,000 Economic Mobility Grant

Huntington Hospital Provides Over $108 Million in Community Benefits



Caltech’s Nick Scoville Honored for “Lifetime of Outstanding Research in Astronomy”