Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of Last Week

Published : Saturday, February 23, 2019 | 6:54 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 42 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Councilman Gordo Says Dispensary Operator May Have Crossed the Line, Asks City Prosecutor to Investigate

Chief Backs Police Department Changes Advocated in Report About Local Man’s Death After Arrest

City Committee Reviews Final Report on Death of Reginald Thomas Jr. in Police Custody

Pasadena Unified Plans For New Bond Measure in 2020

Cannabis Licensing Battle Opens Another Front

“Remarkable” Snow Flurries in Pasadena on Thursday, First Since 1962

New Pasadena Medical School is Meant to Meet Kaiser Permanente’s Mission

Pasadena Presidents’ Day Protesters Say Trump’s ‘Fake Emergency’ Is Real Threat

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago

 

Government:

Wednesday, The City Will Hear Detailed Plans About This New 975-Student, 150-Faculty-and-Staff Private School

Pasadena School Board Faces Full Agenda Feb. 21

 

Education:

Pasadena Teacher Surprised with Milken Educator Award and $25,000

PCC Board of Trustees to Meet Wednesday

Pasadena’s Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine to Open Summer 2020

Congresswoman Judy Chu Keynotes Women’s History Event in Altadena

 

Community News:

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

City Announces Events Surrounding Pasadena’s 17th One City, One Story Selection, a Wild Western

The ‘Futur’ of Creative Professionalism Examined at ArtCenter

YWCA Pasadena’s Empowerment Program Girls Lend a Hand

Shakespeare Club Lives Up to Its Name

The Rose Queen Celebrates Traditional Luncheon at The Shakespeare Club of Pasadena

At Central Library, Tom Bradley Documentary Underscores Former Mayor’s Work as Business Visionary

Registration Opens March 1 for 2019 Pasadena Senior Games

Newcomers and Friends of San Gabriel Valley Invites Local Residents to General Meeting

Free March Events at Pasadena Senior Center

St. Patrick’s Luncheon and Dance at Pasadena Senior Center on March 16

Protesters Disrupt Altadena Church’s Black History Celebration as Los Angeles County District Attorney Attempts to Speak

Under Sparkling Skies and Warming Sun, Pasadena’s Joyful Black History Parade Draws Crowds

 

Business Top Story:

Pasadena-Based Green Dot Posts Fourth Quarter Surge

Driverless Car Firm to Put Its People in Pasadena Building

Pasadena-Based Kitchen United’s Key Hires Signal Nationwide Rollout

Idealab, Venerable and Formidable Pasadena Tech Startup Incubator, Partners to Launch New York Operation

 

Public Safety:

Two Armed Robbers Hit Pasadena 7-Eleven Early Thursday

Recent Rainfall Can Lead to More Fires Ahead, Wildfire Town Hall Set

Community Academy to Open Doors of Police Life in Pasadena

Police Seek Woman Who Allegedly Stabbed TV in Domestic Fight

 

Faces: 

Julie Giulioni and Elisabeth Eilers Selected for Golden Apple Award

Tamerlin Godley Announces Formation of Pasadena City Council Campaign for 2020 Elections

Pasadena Funny Girl Chosen for Disney ABC Television Writing Program

Teagan Wall (PhD ’15) Turns Her Hand to Directing

Pasadena-Born ‘Disney Legend’ Dave Smith, Chief Preserver of Disney Company’s History, Artifacts, Dead at 78

 

Benefits: 

Institute for Educational Advancement Celebrated Milestone at 20th Anniversary Celebration

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