Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published : Saturday, January 18, 2020 | 5:07 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 49 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

State of the City’ is Good, Says Mayor Tornek in Annual Address

Thursday’s State of the City Speech Will Look to Pasadena’s Future Over New Decade

Three Mayoral Candidates Offer Varied Positions on “Going Green,” One Doesn’t

Dozens of Tenants Locked Out of Pasadena Apartment Building Since Dec. 19 Ask City Council for Help

Council to Vote Tonight on Modified Version of Controversial South Los Robles Avenue Project

Miller to Lead Tournament of Roses

Pasadena Congressman Named An Impeachment Manager in Senate Trial of President Trump

Property Manager Responds After Locked Out Tenants Air Grievances Before City Council

Fuller Seminary’s Claims of Religious Exemption from Federal Codes May Not Be Enough in Same-Sex Discrimination Case

Altadena Camp Where 6-Year-Old Drowned Will Reopen for Summer Session

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago



Gordo Wins Endorsement

City Preparing for Homeless Count

Here is the Full Script of Mayor Tornek’s 2020 State of the City Address

Family Settles Lawsuit for $7.3 Million

Chu Challenger Runs on Community-Before-Party Platform

Pasadena Tenants Union Remains Intent Upon Winning Local Rent Control Initiative

District 2 Candidate Forum Draws Packed Crowd to Library

Pasadena Council Adjourns in Memory of Local Architect

Los Robles Project Hearing Postponed for Lack of Quorum

Council Considers Resolution Decrying Discrimination Against Women, Recognizing Women’s Equality

Paseo Colorado Re-Brands as Simply “The Paseo,” Proposes Redesigned Public Promenades and Courts



Principal of John Muir High School, Site of State of the City Speech, Sees the School as a Family

3rd Annual Science Night 2020 at Eliot Arts Magnet Academy


Community News:

The Huntington Welcomes the “Year of the Rat” with Chinese New Year Festival

Creative Students Use Their Talents to Memorialize Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy at Annual Essay and Art Contests

Vintage and Collectible Books at the Friends of the Sierra Madre Library Best Used Book Sale

Rose Parade Clydesdale Retires as Therapy Horse for Special Needs Children and Adults

Pasadena Ushers in the Chinese New Year with Local Festivities

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

City Announces Road Closures For Weekend’s Pasadena Half Marathon

Cold Storm to Strike Pasadena Thursday

Pasadena Senior Center Will Celebrate 60th Anniversary with A Year of Events and Activities in 2020

Guest Opinion | Councilmember Victor Gordo: It’s Time for Pasadena to Lead the Charge Against Sacramento’s One-Size-Fits-All Approach


Business Top Story:

Coleman Named Pasadena Now Managing Editor


Public Safety:

Woman Wounded in Pasadena Shooting Early Friday

Parked Car Struck By Gunfire in Wednesday Shooting

Council to Metro’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer: We’re Not Comfortable With Gold Line Security

Like Father, Like Son at Pasadena PD

Pasadena Man Who Served Nearly 30 Years in Prison for Killing Stepmother Faces New Murder Charges in Death of Retired Doctor

Mexican Restaurant Reopens After Closure by City Health Inspectors



Washington Elected to Tournament Executive Committee, Will Lead Rose Parade in 2028

Jill Fosselman is Named Benefit Chair for the 2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design

Caltech Professor of Applied Mathematics, Emeritus, Donald S. Cohen, 1934-2020

Former Tournament of Roses Executive Director Charged With Violating State Conflict of Interest Laws

Ralph Amos Appointed to Lead Caltech’s Alumni Association



58th Sierra Madre Public Library Annual Art Fair

A Night to Remember to Help Transition-age Youth in Los Angeles County


Giving Back:

Pasadena-based HMRI Receives $1 Million W. M. Keck Foundation Grant to Study Fluctuating Brain Function


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