Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published : Sunday, February 17, 2019 | 5:30 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 40 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Pasadena Homes For Sale in January Jump 43.5 Percent Over Year Ago

Neighborhood Bear Sightings Plummet, But Coyotes Remain Urban Threat

Councilmember Victor Gordo: ‘I Will Not be Intimidated’ by Recall Petition

City Council Approves Path to $15 Minimum Wage in 2020

Council Could Vote Tonight for Faster Track Minimum Wage Hikes

City Adjusts Number of Cannabis Business Applicants Downward, Says Fees Only Cover Portion of Costs

JPL Bids Goodbye to Rover “Opportunity”

Pasadena Marijuana Dispensary Owner, Employees, Landlord Face Arraignment on Criminal Charges in Superior Court Today

Pasadena Community Leaders Recognized as Civil Rights Pioneers by the California State Legislature

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago

 

Government:

Pasadena Congresswoman Chu Introduces Tax Code Valentine to LBGT Community

Local Assemblymember Introduces Water Conservation Tax Relief Legislation

City Hall, Many City Services Closed For Presidents Day, Monday, Feb. 18

Draft Urban Wildlife Management Plan Community Presentation, Round Two, Set for Wednesday

District Attorney Jackie Lacey Lauds New Unit for Immigration Fraud Convictions

 

Education:

Parents Can Learn About Over 40 Local Preschools in Upcoming Pasadena Fair

 

Community News:

More Rain On the Way: Bad Weather Shelter Opens, Saturday’s Black History Parade Now Faces Chance of Showers

Pet Pruners and Groomers Return to Pasadena Convention Center

Websters Community Pharmacy in Altadena Collects Its Fair Share of Awards

Intergeneration Panel to Discuss Black Pasadena’s Progress Since Desegregation

Alexandra Chan Roars At Lions Club Speakers Contest

4,100 Fourth-Grade Students Attend The Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts Youth Concert

Caltech and The Huntington Launch Research Institute for History of Science and Technology

Gutsy Pasadena Talk Show The Conversation.Live Makes Leap from Facebook to Cable for Second Season

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

The Huntington to Add 320-Year-Old Magistrate’s House to the Japanese Garden

Pasadena Non-Nonprofit Sees Transportation Job Growth in Green Fuels

Turkey Tussle Tradition Will See Change Next Season

 

Business Top Story:

Pasadena’s First Hyatt Hotel Will Finally Celebrate Grand Opening

Sanctuary: A Down-Home HIIT

Ramen Institution Coming to South Lake Avenue

Pasadena-Based Wescom Partners with Voice Banking Tech Leader

Microchip Maker Gigajot Expands Pasadena HQ

 

Public Safety:

Rain to Continue, Flood Watch in Effect, Caution Counseled

Pleadings for 3 Marijuana Dispensary Defendants Continued Until March 22

 

Faces: 

Las Encinas CEO Tapped for Florida Hospital Top Post

Nobel Prize-Winning Frances Arnold Now Earns 2019 Bower Award for Achievement in Science

Caltech’s “Einstein of Oceanography,” Walter Munk Dead at 101

Winter Comes for Local Architectural Historian, Writer “Bungalow Bob”

Caltech Professor Receives Distinguished Scientist and Scholar Award from Swiss Innovative Research Body

 

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