Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Sunday, November 10, 2019 | 5:45 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:

U.S. Marines Stationed in Pasadena Celebrate Corps’ 244 Years of Service

Former Union Station Homeless Services CEO Rabbi Marvin Gross Has Died at 72

Pasadena Homicide Detectives Deep in Local Mountains This Morning, Investigating Gunshot Murder

Council Approves Temporary Eviction Moratorium

Pasadena City Council Heads into Marathon, Back-to-Back Overnight Meetings

Pasadena’s Candidate Filing Period for March, 2020 Election Set to Open Tuesday

Residents At Meeting Favor Colorado Boulevard Rapid Transit Bus Route

Bold Plans at Heart of Playhouse District’s Future

Affordable Housing Activists Line Up Behind One of Five YWCA Building Proposals

Hotel Proposals for YWCA Building Prosper with City

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago

 

Government:

Pasadena Water and Power Water Restrictions Kick In Today

Special Ceremony at Pasadena City Hall on Monday Will Honor Veterans

Mayor Tornek Believes His Record Stands for Itself

Got Powerful Ideas? Pasadena Water and Power Department Wants to Hear From You, at Tonight’s Community Meeting

Metro Convenes Public Meetings in Pasadena This Week to Discuss Bus Rapid Transit Line

Caltrans Could Roll Out Real-Time, A.I. Decision-Making Traffic Control on I-210 Pasadena Corridor Next Year

Caltech Team Develops Algorithms to Seek Out Voter Fraud

Councilmember John Kennedy Announces Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway and Jobs and Resource Fair

Mass Evictions? Surge in No-Fault Rent Terminations? Local Realtors Say It’s News to Them

Car Towed? Booted? Got Parking Tickets? Get Answers You Need on City’s New Interactive FAQs Page

Considers Beefing Up Rose Parade, Rose Bowl Security By Hiring Contractor

 

Education:

New Program Gets Northwest Pasadena’s Young People Outward Bound

Eighth-Graders at Pasadena’s Mayfield Junior School Lead Annual Harvest Festival, Funds Raised Benefit Non-Profits and Social Causes

Aspen Institute Names PCC as a Top 150 U.S. Community College

Tina Wu Fredericks Announces Campaign for PUSD Board of Education

 

Community News:

The City of Roses Embraces Game Changer

Michael Jackson’s Socks for First-Ever ‘Moonwalk,” Performed on Pasadena Stage, Could Fetch $1 Million at Auction

Jackalope Indie Artisan Fair Returns To Pasadena

Descanso Gardens Announces New Partnership with The Kitchen For Exploring Foods

Last Day for Very Special School Christmas Tree Sale

Pasadena’s Salvation Army Tabernacle Corps On the Frontlines of the Human Trafficking War

Pasadena Boxers Martinez and Trevino Win Early Round Matches, Advance in Olympic Boxing Qualifiers

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Pasadena Holidayfest, San Gabriel Valley’s Largest Holiday Celebration, Announced for Early December

Pasadena Senior Center Announces Thanksgiving Day Plans

PCC Instructor’s Book Spotlights First War Correspondents to Bring the Front Lines Into American Living Rooms

The Daytime Emmy Awards Held in Pasadena Will Expand to Three Nights in 2020

 

Business Top Story:

Huntington Hospital Nationally Recognized With an ‘A’ for the Fall 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade

Pasadena Company Acquires Former Utah Meatpacking Plant for Conversion Into Aerospace Factory

Pasadena’s Green Dot and Walmart Team Up in the Laboratory

 

Public Safety:

Pasadena League of Women Voters Tackle Concerns Over Prison Abuse in County Jails

Pasadena Police Release Details of Recent Critical Incidents

Arcadia Man Falls to Death Off Holly Street Bridge

As California Smolders, Pasadena Fire Dept. Recaps Mutual Aid Contributions, Commitments

Pasadena Police Officers Join Fight Against Cancer with “No Shave November”

Handgun Found as Police Officers Disperse Gathering Crowd

County Public Health Dept. Alerts Residents to Recall of Wawona Frozen Foods Raspberries and Frozen Berry Mixes Sold at Aldi Grocery Stores

Giving Back: 

The Past is the Present, As Pasadena Museum of History Fetes Contemporary History Makers

Riboli Family of San Antonio Winery Donates $5,000 to Cancer Support Community Pasadena

The Tournament of Roses Royal Court Makes Annual Visit to Hillsides

 

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