Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Sunday, June 2, 2019 | 4:11 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:

Local Cannabis Market: ‘Hot Mess’ Or ‘Tremendous Opportunity’?

Cut in Two, Historic Home Will Join Evening Traffic as It’s Moved a Mile Up Fair Oaks Avenue

Dedication of Two Colorado Boulevard Traffic Lanes to New Express Bus Line Averted

Flintridge Center President Jaylene Moseley Remembered for Her Dedication

Jaylene Moseley, Pasadena Crusader for Social and Economic Justice, Has Died

Memorial Services Announced for Jaylene Moseley

Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in Pasadena Today

Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Coming To Pasadena Friday

Pasadena Pays Tribute to Its Enduring Heroes

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago



Package of Education Bills Authored by Local Assemblymember Chris Holden Moves Forward for Senate Vote

Pasadena Police Will Soon Be Equipped to Handle Opioid Overdose Scenarios

City Planning Department Will Lead Second Round of North Lake Avenue Specific Plan Workshops on Thursday

Mayor Urges City Commission to Look into Problems Caused by Gasoline-Powered Gardening Equipment

Vice Mayor Tyron Hampton Announces Re-Election Campaign for Pasadena City Council

Designers Planning Changes to Iconic Windowless Pasadena Building Expected to Update Design Commission Tuesday

City Budget Hearings Continue, Department by Department, as June Finalization Deadline for Draws Closer

City Rolls Out New Water Supply Protection Device Program



PCC’s Association of Black Employees to Host Scholarship Celebration


Community News:

Pasadena’s Low-Income Seniors and the Disabled May Qualify For CalFresh Food Benefits

Pasadena Group Awarded Federal Funds To Help Veterans

‘BoldPas: A Day of Art and Play in Old Pasadena’ to Showcase Installation Art in Alleyways

Chapcare Opens New State-of-the-Art Healthcare Facility on North Lake Avenue

Award-worthy Swag! Daytime Emmy Gift Bags Handed Out in Pasadena Keep on Giving

Pickleball at Altadena’s Farnsworth Park Promises a Dill a Minute

Reenactment Honors All Pasadena-Area Military Deaths in Civil War Salute on Memorial Day

After 78 Years, Pasadena WWII Navy Veteran Receives Posthumous Memorial Day Honors, Buried With Family


Business Top Story:

New Yeast From National Bakery Supplier Based in Pasadena Improves Shelf Life in Frozen Dough

Pasadena’s C.W. Driver, Oldest California General Contractor, and the Keys to Longevity

Pasadena’s Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals Now Listed on Standard & Poors Index

Pasadena Investor Reportedly Buys Dayton, Ohio Walgreens site for $3.5M


Public Safety:

Eaton Canyon Night Hiker Attacked, Reportedly Stabbed by Man Shouting Gibberish

Have You Seen This Suspected Porch Pirate?

Pasadena Police Issue 107 Citations During Special Bike, Pedestrian Traffic Enforcement Program Friday


Giving Back: 

More Scholarships Awarded by Shakespeare Club



Young & Healthy Welcomes Six New Members to Board of Directors

Leadership Pasadena Welcomes New Board of Directors Members

Caltech Mourns Death of Murray Gell-Mann, Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist Who Developed the Theory of Quarks

Local Veteran Reflects on the Meaning of Memorial Day: ‘It’s More Than Just ‘Mattress Sales, Discounts, and Barbeques’



The Laughter School Variety Show Special Comes to Town



All Grown Up: Pasadena’s Armory Center for the Arts Turns 30

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