Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Saturday, November 16, 2019 | 4:51 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 44 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Boy Fires BB Gun Pellets at Washington Elementary School Students, No Significant Injuries Reported

City Manager’s Cannabis Ordinance Amendments Fail to Pass Planning Commission

It’s Time to Envision the Possibilities of Pasadena’s Future Without the 710 Ditch

Pasadena Seminary Student is a Plaintiff in DACA Case Being Argued Before U.S. Supreme Court Today

Pasadena Pauses to Honor its Veterans Today

Saugus High School Shooting Affects Many City of Pasadena Employees

First Day of Nominating Period for 2020 Elections Shows Crowded Mayoral, District 2 Races

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago

 

Government:

Experts Step Back From Development Proposals for 710 “Ditch,” Saying Relinquishment to City is Only Focus Now

Councilmember Steve Madison Announces Re-Election Campaign

County Supervisor Barger Encourages Restaurants and Delivery Services to “Seal The Meal”

County Adopts Barger Initiative for City Homelessness Funding

Community Garden Unlikely for New Union/El Molino Park

A Free Turkey with a Side of Possible Employment to be Served by Pasadena City Councilmember John Kennedy on Wednesday

Tonight Commission Considers Changing Cannabis Ordinance to Allow More Than One Retailer per District, Closer Locations

“Shop Pasadena” Campaign Urges Residents to Support Local Businesses During Holiday Season

Bring The Family to the Mayor’s Holiday Tree Lighting Dec. 6 at City Hall

2020 City Election Campaigning Starts in Earnest Today, As Nominating Period Opens and Candidates Can Pull Papers

Tenants’ Rights Advocates Plan to Build on Momentum Picked Up During Eviction Moratorium Hearings

What Will The New Union/El Molino Park Look Like?

City to Consider Protections for Undesignated Historical Structures

As March, 2020 Candidates Prepare to Pull Papers, Mayoral Challenger Victor Gordo Announces Cash Haul

 

Community News:

Whoa Nellie! America’s Stadium to Honor One of the Most Iconic Broadcasters in History

Historic Art Deco Old Pasadena Building, Parts of Which Date from 1887, Sold for $12.5 Million to Local Company

It’s America Recycles Day! Grab Your Old Electronics and Head for the Rose Bowl

The ‘Emerald Necklace’ Celebrated at Event for Amigos De Los Rios, Environmental Partner Promoting Greenways in San Gabriel Valley

Descanso Gardens’ Popular Light Show, Enchanted Forest of Light Begins This Weekend

Pasadena’s Zona Rosa Caffe Loses Lease, Set to Close in Days

Charity on Top Presents “The World’s Big Sleep Out” A Global Sleep Out with Celebrities in Solidarity for the Homeless

Pasadena Children Anticipate Visits from Their Very Own Santa Claus This December

Huntington Acquires Major Slavery and Underground Railroad Collections

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

L.A. County Supervisors Back Up Pasadena’s Free Flu Shots Efforts

Special Things to Do in Pasadena on Veteran’s Day

Vroman’s Bookstore Celebrates 125 Years of Its Special Relationship With Pasadena

 

Business Top Story:

Pasadena Office Building Portfolio Sells for $193 Million

City’s Real Estate Market Stays Hot. For Now

Pasadena’s Inventive Robot-Chef Caliburger Restaurant Opens Second Location

Kaiser Permanente Mourns the Loss of Bernard J. Tyson, Chairman and CEO

 

Public Safety:

Suspect Arraigned in Shooting Death of Pasadena Man Whose Body Was Found Along Angeles Crest Highway

 

Faces: 

Attorney, Tournament of Roses President Laura Farber Named A National Law Journal Trailblazer

Mandy Shaw Locked In as New CEO at Pasadena-Based Blaze Pizza

Caltech’s Seismo Sue and Her Seismo Sistahs Will Lead Pasadena Doo Dah Parade as Grand Marshals

John Muir High School Grad Fatima Martinez Advances to Olympic Boxing Trials in Louisiana

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