Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Saturday, September 23, 2017 | 4:13 AM

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 57 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Story:

No, the Mexico Earthquakes Won’t Trigger Earthquakes in Pasadena

Who Oversees the Pasadena Unified Measure TT Oversight Committee?

Pasadenans Participate in Heritage Brainstorming Forum

City Internal Review Details Lax Enforcement of Pasadena’s Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

Epps Brings the Curtain Down

Rose Bowl Asks City’s Authorization to Finalize $10 Million Donation, Name Field in Donor’s Honor

City Manager’s Office Announces Names of Civic Center Task Force Members

Jews in Pasadena Celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the “Head of the Year”

Violent Crime Has Reportedly Increased in Pasadena This Year

Removing, Reassigning Teachers Sparks Protest at Daniel Webster Elementary School

Rose Bowl Stadium, Aquatics Center Begin Journey Towards 2028 Olympics

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago



Pasadena Water and Power Publishes Power Supply Mix Report

City Council Authorizes Final Negotiations between the Rose Bowl, $10 Million Donor

Pasadena Police Leverage High Tech to Help Locals Navigate City Streets This Weekend

Los Angeles County Moves to Address Hepatitis A Outbreak

Portantino’s First Senate Session Ends With Seven Bills Headed to Governor’s Desk

Council Approves Support of California WaterFix Program

Changes Could Be Coming for CalPERS Contributions Made by Pasadena Fire Management Association

City Council Asked to Authorize Short Term Parking Lots Management Contract as Long-Term Bids Are Re-Evaluated



Schools Working Together: Judson and Pasadena Waldorf Form Unique Partnership to Provide High School Athletics to their Students

Shakeout – PCC Readies for Earthquake Drill

Pacific Oaks College Launches B.A. and M.A. in Advocacy and Social Justice Programs

Time Running Out for Pasadena Parents to Participate in School Safety Survey

Caltech Welcomes New Students, Encourages Them to Explore

Pasadena City College Likely to Get $17 Million from Proposition 55 Funds

Pasadena Unified Names Principal of Don Benito Fundamental School

Pasadena Unified Releases More Details on “State of Schools” Address Set for September 26

Christian College Fair in Pasadena To Bring Students and Christian Institutions Together


Community News:

With “Ring of Fire” Earthquakes Epidemic, You Just Might Want to Join the Great Shakeout Drill This Year

Collaborate PASadena Convenes Successful Neighborhood Summit

More “Walks with the Mayor” in the Arroyo Seco Are Scheduled

Leadership Pasadena, Training Future Pillars of the Community, Welcomes Class of 2018

Young Singers from Pasadena’s Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Debut with LA Opera Tonight

Tournament of Roses Announces 2018 Float Judges

Bandit! Boo Boo! Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Newcomers and Friends of San Gabriel Valley Invites Local Residents to October Events

Fall Term of The Masters Series at Pasadena Senior Center

Free October Events at Pasadena Senior Center

Southern California Gas Company Funding Spearheads Community Leadership Program for Veterans in Pasadena

Hungry and Homeless, or Trying to Escape Abuse, PasadenaHelp.org Is There With Answers for Those In Need


Business Top Story:

Pasadena’s Colorado Boulevard AT&T Building at Gateway to Old Pasadena Reportedly Sold for $161.5 Million

Union Street Building Housing Idealab Reportedly Sold for $19.4 million to Pasadena Capital Investments

Fifth Annual Bulletproof Biohacking Conference Set for Pasadena in October

Bolton & Company Strengthens Client Engagement Initiative with 3 Strategic Hires

Pasadena-Tested Burger-Flipping Robot Rollout Announced


Public Safety:

Pasadena Activist Jasmine Abdullah Richards Faces Friday Probation Violation Hearing

Pasadena Knock Knock Burglary Suspects Busted

Pasadena Man Arrested in Utah for Alleged Sexual Assault

Three Local Police Departments Ask Public to Help Identify Doctor’s Office Burglars



Pasadena Family Law Specialist to be Installed as President of Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles

Pasadena Festival of Women Authors Board Member Appointed as Marketing Manager of Burnham Benefits

Sandra L. Brooke, Princeton Librarian, Appointed Avery Director of the Library at The Huntington

Two Caltech Postdoctoral Scholars Have Been Named Hanna Gray Fellows



Meet AbilityFirst’s 43rd Annual Festival of Fall Honorary Chair and Influencers


Giving Back:

High Point Academy “Treats” Students to Hurricane Relief Awareness

Three Hillsides Youth Receive $5,000 College Scholarships