Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

Published : Saturday, December 9, 2017 | 5:13 AM

Top Pasadena Stories of the Week

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 35 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

City’s Code Enforcement Commission Moves to Force Property Owner to Evict Illegal Marijuana Dispensary Owner

Newly-Renovated USC Pacific Asia Museum Reopens to the Public Friday Following Year-Long Closure

Billionaire-Backed Brain Research Center Breaks Ground at Caltech

Pasadena Tenants Union Launched Initiative Because City Councilmembers ‘Biased’ Against Rent Control

Powerful Santa Ana Winds, Low Humidity Spark Explosive Fire Danger Predictions Through Thursday

Pasadena Symphony Musicians Vote to Authorize Strike, Popular Holiday Season Performances Potentially at Risk

2018 Tournament of Roses President Lance Tibbet Honored at Pasadena Breakfast Tradition

School Board to Vote on Eliminating 53 Instructional Aides, Could be First of Wave of Cuts

Pasadena Remains on Fire Watch Thursday

Strong Santa Ana Winds, Low Humidity Prompt Red Flag Warning in Pasadena as Fires Explode in Ventura and Sylmar

A Look Inside the Empty YWCA Building: Pasadena’s Civic Center Task Force Takes a Tour

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Government:

Pasadena Police and Pasadena Water & Power Warn Of Utility Scams

Pasadena Police Could Partner with Glendale to Share Infrastructure, Operations of a Combined Radio System

 

Community News:

Tournament of Roses Reveals the Talent for the Rose Parade’s Opening and Closing Show

Pasadena Museum of History Receives Batchelder Ceramic Masterpiece from Tile Heritage Foundation

Mayor Tornek to Talk About What’s Being Done to Protect, Defend Human Rights in Pasadena

Reunited Stone Temple Pilots Announce 2018 Tour Dates with a Stop at the Rose in Pasadena

Tony! Max! Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Hillsides Wins Two Awards at PRSA Los Angeles Awards Show Recognizing the Best in LA Public Relations

Georgia Plays Oklahoma at the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day

Baseball: St. Francis Star Aaron Treloar Commits to Point Loma; Golden Knights Senior Feels at Home With Sea Lions Coaches, Christian Atmosphere

 

Business Top Story:

Pasadena-Based Rightsify Creates a New Way For Businesses to License, Play Music

H&M Opens New Pasadena Store with Giveaways, Discounts

 

Public Safety:

Red Flag Warning Still In Effect In Pasadena

Man Whose Leg Was Broken During Pasadena Police Arrest Still Not Charged by Prosecutors, Almost a Month Later

Altadena Man Dies in Chainsaw Accident

Second Night of Red Flag Parking Restrictions as So Cal Burns in Flames

Black Lives Matters Activist Richards to Return to Court December 12

Social Media Video Reportedly Shows Pasadena Police Forceful Arrest in Which Suspect’s Leg was Broken

Reportedly Irrational Man Struggles with Number of Pasadena Police Officers at Two Nearby Popular Pasadena Restaurants

 

Gatherings:

Hillsides Hosts Sold-Out Holiday Celebration at the Parkway Grill

Pasadena-Altadena Links Raise $31K for Scholarships at Winter Wonderland Holiday Affair

 

Giving Back:

Pasadena Armenian Police Advisory Council Announces Toy Drive

Hillsides Wins Two Awards at PRSA Los Angeles Awards Show Recognizing the Best in LA Public Relations

 

 

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