Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Saturday, August 25, 2018 | 4:50 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 41 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Residents Tell City Officials Pasadena Must Speed Up Renewable Energy Timetable

Pasadena Ramps Up Finalizing Plans for the Next Twenty Years of Power

Suspect Shot in Old Pasadena Following Pursuit by U.S. Marshals Task Force

Pasadena Unified’s Financial Outlook Transformed in Stunning Improvement

Metro Bike Share Docking Stations Will Be Dismantled, Removed from Pasadena, Starting Today

Orchard Supply Hardware Stores in Pasadena, South Pasadena to Close, City Reacts

City Manager Mermell Responds to Union Investigation of City Employees

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Here’s Some of What You Missed at Councilmember Hampton’s District 1 Block Party

Easterseals Advocates Thank Local Assemblymember

Senator Portantino Sends 15 Bills to Assembly Floor

Council Approves One Arroyo Project Demonstration Project Launch

City of Pasadena Police Chief Recruitment Process Officially Announced

Planning Commission to Take Another look at Converting Hotels, Motels into Affordable Housing

Council to Vote on ‘One Arroyo’ Endorsement to Raise Funds

City Council Will Hear City Manager’s Budget Reduction Priorities on Monday


Community News:

Pasadena-Based Coalition Joins Lawsuit to Restore Net Neutrality

Iguana Found Wandering in Pasadena Gets New Home

Iconic Twohey’s Restaurant Celebrates Old Love and New Beginnings

Newcomers and Friends of San Gabriel Valley Invites Local Residents to September Event

Kids Clubs Launch at Pasadena Humance Society & SPCA

The Huntington Breaks Ground on Final Phase of its Chinese Garden to Add New Features Including Pavilions, Art Gallery, Cafe

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Taste of Pasadena Returns to the Rose Bowl September

Love Takes a Ride at Twoheys Restaurant


Business Top Story:

Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean-Based Fast-Casual CAVA Opens for Business on South Lake Avenue Today

New Johnson & Johnson Talc Lawsuit Gets Under Way in Pasadena Courthouse

Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Members Receive Scam Email

Survey: Local Business Owners Oppose Proposed City Sales Tax


Public Safety:

Teenager Shot in Leg During Wednesday Drive-By Shooting

Police Ask Public for Help Finding Wanted Suspects

Good Samaritan Aids Mugged Victim, Helps Police Capture Suspect

Meeting Planned to Discuss Two Armed Home-Invasion Robberies in Pasadena in Just Over a Week

Captain Solinsky Appointed Acting South Pasadena Police Chief

Public’s Help Needed in Identifying Home Invasion Suspect

This Labor Day, and Every Day: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, Police Reiterate

Four Armed Robbers Force Their Way Into a House With a Teen Home Alone



Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley Announce Fall Benefit

Pasadena Symphony and Pops Host An Enchanted Evening at Centennial Square for Annual Moonlight Gala



Hillsides Announces New Hillsides Education Center Director

MUSE/IQUE Announces Three New Board Members

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