Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Saturday, September 7, 2019 | 4:19 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 36 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Police Reach Out to Community, Engage in One-on-One, Heart-to-Heart Dialogue

Pasadena Police Release Videos of Officer Involved Shooting Which Left Pasadena Man Dead

Marijuana Retailer Files Federal Lawsuit Against City of Pasadena Over Cannabis Permitting Process

Pasadena’s Mayor Looks Ahead

Bruins Back in “Enhanced” Rose Bowl This Week for First Home Game of 2019

Two More Challenges to City’s Cannabis Permitting Process Are Filed

Closer Look: Federal Lawsuit Alleges City Favored Cannabis Applicant’s Fudged Application

Rent-Capping Bill in Sacramento Not Likely to Dampen Push for Pasadena Rent Control

Clouds Gather As Strong Local Economy Heads Towards Fourth Quarter

The Cure Heats Up Lady Gaga, Thousands of Fans at Searing Pasadena Daydream Festival

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago



Union Street Project Jumps to 59 Condos From Original 36, Fueled Largely by Density Bonuses

“Does My Vote Count?” Pasadena Forum to Explore Changes to Election Process, Safety and Security

Hotels Project for Colorado Boulevard Near PCC Moves Ahead With Conditional Use Permit Hearing Officer



Pasadena Education Network Announces Fall Schedule of Free Parent Programs


Community News:

Exhibit Thwarted by Pasadena Museum of California Art’s Abrupt Closure Gets Wall Space at Nearby Venue

Tastes & Sounds Fall Crawl Along South Lake Avenue Announced

Hammer Museum and The Huntington Announce Made in L.A. 2020 Partnership

The Huntington Updates Name, Adds “Museum” to Better Reflect Mission and Programs

Gamma Zeta Boulé Foundation Kicks Off Another Year Enabling Young Pasadena Men to Prepare for the Real World

Progressive Discussion Group Will Focus on Racial Profiling, Policing in Minority Communities

Pasadena’s Architects Lead the Public by Design

Bring on the Hopefuls: First Round of Pasadena Tournament of Roses Royal Court Interviews Set to Begin

Tournament Reveals Equestrians Set to Ride in 2020 Rose Parade

Metro to Hold Safety Popup Events at Busy Gold Line Station in East Pasadena

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Chick-fil-A Intends to Submit Plans for Second Pasadena Restaurant by Year’s End, Company Tells Public at District 5 Town Hall

Heatwave Sweeps Pasadena, Monsoonal Moisture Makes Highs Feel Hotter


Business Top Story:

Pasadena’s Blaze Pizza Expands Delivery Service, Tackles Domino’s Pizza in Drive for Dominance

Kevin White Named President of Pasadena-Based Agency One & All

Pasadena-Based CIT, One West Bank Partner with Operation HOPE, Introduce “Launch and Grow” in Southern California


Public Safety:

Two Die in Monday Night Collision



Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation to Dedicate Tunnel 4 in Honor of Coach Tom Hamilton

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Ponder Move to California, Considered Pasadena

Families Forward Learning Center Announces New Executive Director



Bingo Charity Night Returns in September


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