Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Sunday, July 14, 2019 | 4:33 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 Stories:

Pasadena Churches Leading Local Resistance to Anticipated ICE Raids

Iconic Moment Becomes Perfect Rose Bowl Tribute to a Group of Women Champions

Pasadena Charging Ahead with Ambitious Roster of Electric Vehicle Initiatives

World Cup Fever Sweeps Pasadena with Trio of Newsworthy Events

U.S. Women’s World Cup Champions Victory Tour Expected to Launch With August 3 Match in Rose Bowl

Mental Health Workers Across California Reject Kaiser Permanente Contract Offer

How to Get the Emergency Response Training You Need, Offered Free by the City of Pasadena

Bus Rider Defections Less Severe In Pasadena Than Rest of County

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago

 

Government:

City Announces Modifications to Tenant Protection Ordinance

City of South Pasadena Welcomes New Public Works Director

Los Angeles County Allocates $500,000 in Funding for One Arroyo Seco Trail Project in Pasadena

Arts Commission Considers Replacement Art for Public Piece to be Decommissioned

Pasadena Public Works Spearheads Clean Up of Homeless Encampment Near Eaton Reservoir

Design Commission Looks at Plans for Four-Story Development That Would Demolish Six Existing Buildings

 

Education:

Pasadena Unified Names News Principals of Webster Elementary and McKinley School

PCC Opens Its Olympic-Sized Pool to the Public for Recreational, Lap Swims

 

Community News:

All Systems Go For Pasadena Organization’s Big Hawaiian Telescope

Eat the Best Cuisine for Less Money During DineLA, On Now Throughout Pasadena

Rose Bowl Women’s Symposium Draws Those Among the Best, Brightest and Most Successful to Pasadena

Hillsides Opens Family Resource Center in Palmdale

Kidspace Unveils New Interactive NEA Funded Installation

New Year’s in July: Tournament Plans for Greater Rose Parade Diversity Advance, Even in Summer

POP Katoons, a New Interactive Kids Entertainment Festival, to Debut in Pasadena Oct. 5-6

It’s Official: Women Soccer Champs to Visit Rose Bowl First, Ticket Presale Starts Friday

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Arroyo Seco Foundation to Meet, Poll Members About Objectives of Court Settlement

 

Business Top Story:

Pasadena’s Tetra Tech Completes Acquisition of Services Company in UK Court-Approved Plan

Southeast Asian Games Athletes to COAST About in Pasadena Company’s Autonomous Cars

200 Celebrate Pasadena Businesses at Chamber of Commerce Inaugural Gala

 

Public Safety:

Precaution Urged as High Temperatures Forecast in Pasadena Mini Heat Wave

High Court Lets Stand Conviction of Man Guilty of Daughter’s Drowning in Pasadena

Fire at Kinneloa Canyon Road Quickly Knocked Down Thursday Morning

Los Angeles Police Detail Arrest of Man They Chased, Hunted in Pasadena

Gang Member Gets Life With No Parole in Trio of Pasadena Homicides

South Pasadena Police Arrest Driver with Large Amounts of Cash, Marijuana

Pasadena Police Release Video Presentation, Raw Video of May Officer-Involved Shooting

Law Enforcement Needs Your Help Locating Local Missing Pasadena Teen, Not Seen Since January

Injured Female Hiker Hoisted Out of Eaton Canyon, Flown to Hospital for Treatment

 

Faces: 

Recent Temblors Recall Richter and His Local Resting Place

The First Tee Greater Pasadena Coach Invited to Korea

Flintridge Center Board Appoints Co-Executive Directors Daniel Torres and Josh McCurry

Huntington Library Board of Trustees News: Geneva H. Thornton Retires; Simon K.C. Li Elected as New Member

Pasadena Center Operating Company Promotes Naz Sabripour to Executive Director of the Pasadena Convention Center

 

Giving Back: 

Tzu Chi USA to Host First-Ever Annual Walk in Solidarity for Climate Change, Greener Living, and Disaster Resilient Communities

Huntington Hospital Provides Over $120 Million in Community Benefits

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