Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Saturday, October 19, 2019 | 4:06 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 51 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Parents Told To Prepare Children for School Closings

School Board to Take Public Temperature on School Closing Plans

Rita Moreno, Gina Torres and Laurie Hernandez Selected as 2020 Tournament of Roses Grand Marshals

Portantino’s Comprehensive 710 Freeway Bill Signed by Governor, Killing the Extension and Framing the Corridor’s Future

Health Concern as Rabid Bat Found Dying on Pasadena Sidewalk

Pasadena is Ready for The Big One, But It Will be Costly

City Hall Plans to Air Out 10 YWCA Building Proposals, Despite Initial Closed Door Meeting

Pasadena Latinos Say Growing Numbers Reap Gains, But Not Always the Power to Match

Your Personal Guide to Connect Week Pasadena, The Biggest Tech Innovation Series in L.A.

A Community Rallies With Love for Young Girl Who Drowned at Local Summer Camp

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago

 

Government:

Governor Newsom Signs Comprehensive Gun Storage Bill Authored by Pasadena-Area Senator Portantino

Pasadena Public Library’s One City, One Story Book Selections Announced

A Councilman Recalls a Congressman

Pasadena’s “Soft Story” Earthquake Retrofit Ordinance About to Rock Hundreds of Buildings, Thousands of Residents

Orange Groove or Orange Grapple? Councilmember Kennedy Convenes Summit with Neighbors, Project Developer

California to Lead Nation on School Start Time Policy Authored by Pasadena-Area Senator

Governor Newsom Signs SR-710 Bills, Ending the Extension, Providing Pathway for Local Cities to Reclaim Roads

Sediment Removal Hauling from Devils Gate Dam, Stopped for Fire Hazard Concerns, Set to Resume Monday

Bill to Eliminate 710 Freeway Tunnel Signed Into Law

 

Education:

Mayfield Junior School’s Annual FUN Fall Fellowship Celebrates Community

Pasadena Library Commissioner and Non-Profit Attorney Kenny Rotter Launches Campaign for PCC Board of Trustees

Caltech Releases Results of Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct

The Fall Pasadena PreSchool Fair Declared a Success

Jackson Magnet Celebrates Exercise and Healthy Living at 4th Annual Move-a-Thon

 

Community News:

Hundreds and Hundreds of Reasons You Should Enjoy the Latino Heritage Parade Saturday

Mayor, City Councilmembers to Host Walktober Treks

USC to Relinquish Control of the Gamble House in Pasadena

“Amazing, Hair-Raising Stories” Light Up Season Two of JPL’s “On a Mission” Podcast Series

Tournament of Roses SIP & SAVOR Pasadena Returns, Tickets on Sale Now

Seventh Pasadena Business and Economic Summit on October 22nd Features Presentation by Somjita Mitra Director of the Institute for Applied Economics

‘Wicked Lit’ Raises Funds, Not The Dead, at Mountain View Mausoleum

Leadership Pasadena and the Junior League of Pasadena Recognizes Designers and New Sponsors at Saxum Tile

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Police Join With Group Using Big-League Sports to Build Community Bridges

Pasadena Homebuilder Wins Design Awards

Doo-Dah Parade Queen Try-Outs, Coronation Set for Next Sunday

South Pasadena Opens First Public Fast-Charger Stations for Electric Vehicles

 

Business Top Story:

Vallarta Supermarket Will Offer Hands-on Community Event Commemorating Day of the Dead

Pasadena-Headquartered Tetra Tech Wins $500 Million USAID Global Energy Contract

Cotton Medical Center Sold to Healthcare Realty Trust for Undisclosed Sum

Vroman’s President Allison Hill Named CEO of American Booksellers Association

 

Public Safety:

SoCalGas Offers Emergency Preparedness Tips as Part of Great California ShakeOut

A Quick Guide to the Seven Steps to Earthquake Safety

Coroner Identifies Altadena Woman Who Died Driving Two Young Children in Car Which Overturned

Woman Driver of SUV with Two Child Passengers Dies After Car Overturns and Is Rammed; Children Not Seriously Hurt

New Pasadena Police Collaboration Gets Results Helping Victims of Domestic Violence

 

Faces: 

Super Thinkers Dissect Super Computing at Pasadena Quantum Computing Event

Vikki Sung Named President of Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts

 

Benefits: 

Families Forward Hosted 9th Annual Twilight Tasting

 

Giving Back: 

Panda Cares Foundation Donates $350,000 to Huntington Hospital

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