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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Saturday, February 15, 2020 | 5:17 am
 

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 50 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

PUSD Talks Open Enrollment, Student Transportation for Consolidated Campuses

Police Gun Waiver Policy to be Redeveloped

Couple Enter No Contest Pleas for Fatal Stabbing Case in Rose Bowl Parking Lot

Portantino Introduces Bill to Regulate Camps Prompted by Drowning of Six-Year-Old Pasadena Girl

250 Pasadena Marijuana-Related Criminal Cases Dismissed

Schiff’s Rim of the Valley Corridor Preservation Act Passes

JPL Prepares for Moon and Mars with New Addition to NASA Deep Space Network

NAACP, Councilmen Call for Answers in Fire Chief Reassignment

Fire Unions, City Manager to Meet in Labor Conference in Closed Session Before NAACP Rallies for ‘Reassigned’ Fire Chief

Manager of Fire-Damaged Building Now Says Some Units Contaminated with Asbestos, Tenants Still Locked Out

Top Stories of the Week 1 Year Ago

 

Government:

Most Mayoral Candidates See Benefits to Forums

Post Offices Close in Observance of President’s Day Holiday

Councilmember Kennedy: All Men of Good Will Welcome to Join Him in Celebrating Black History Month

Bi-Cameral Bill to Protect Abortion Access Gets First House Hearing in Decades

Former Ambassador College Campus Could Lose Events and Parking Permit

City Buys Caltrans Home

City Announces Presidents’ Day Closures

Holden Introduces Free Student Transit Pass Legislation

Council Approves Reorganization of Recreation and Human Service Department

On Third Try, Council Approves Controversial Los Robles Development

Public Works Manager to Update Commission on Significant Changes to Pasadena’s Recycling Efforts

Pasadena Police: No Report of Death Threats Against Trilliant Officials

Mayoral Candidate Gordo Launches New Commercial

Los Robles Avenue Development Back Before Council

More Endorsements for Madison

City Council Asked to Dig Deeper Into Coffers to Pay for Replacement Pipeline

 

Education:

School Board to Discuss Support for Students from Closed Schools

US Congresswoman Judy Chu Presents Congressional Recognition to Alhambra-San Gabriel Branch of American Association of University Women (AAUW)

 

Community News:

Construction Continues on Cinema 21, the ‘Slowest Moving’ Renovation Project in the History of Pasadena

Police Union Endorses Williams for District 2

Jackie Robinson Plaque Could Be Made More Visible

Six Questions: Christina Terrazas, Pasadena Fire Department

Living La Vida Chocolate

Councilman Puts Out Call for Black Men and Friends to Celebrate Black History Month

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Local Rotary Presents Humanitarian STAR Awards

A New Pour: Vroman’s Bookstore Opens 1894 Wine Bar

SoCalGas: Our Energy Efficiency Programs Saved Customers $55.6 Million in 2019

Community Organization Hiring Workers for 2020 Census

Jackie Lacey Likely to Stand Up Her Challengers at District Attorney Forum in Pasadena Monday

 

Business Top Story:

Pasadena’s Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Still Buoyed by $3.7 Billion Deal, Announces New ‘Promising’ Clinical trial

 

Public Safety:

Have You Seen Her? This 10-Year-Old Girl is Missing

Pasadena Murder Suspect Back in Court Today

Pasadena Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested

 

Faces:

Former JPL Director Charles Elachi to Receive National Air and Space Museum Trophy

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Appoints New Board Members Stephen Deschenes, Elizabeth Calciano Fagan and Dete Meserve

Kirk Herbstreit to Attend the Rose Bowl Party of the Century Presented by Western Asset

 

Giving Back:

Pasadena Community Foundation Looks Back at 2019 with a “Year in Review”

 

Gatherings:

Annual Rose Queen’s Luncheon Was Held at the Shakespeare Club of Pasadena

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