Latest Guides

Community News

Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Sunday, September 26, 2021 | 4:57 am

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 41 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

City Council Committee Pushes Forward with Proposal to Deploy Gunshot Detecting Sensors in Pasadena

Flu Vaccine Drive Kicks Off in Pasadena, Aimed at Preventing “Twindemic”

Cole Says He is Not Applying for City Manager Position

City To Lose a Century of Institutional Knowledge Due to Retirements

Vice Mayor Andy Wilson Announces He Will Not Run for Re-Election

Planning Commission Approves Amended East Colorado Specific Plan Update, Allowing Drive-Through Restaurants

Local Residents, Officials Respond to Pasadena City Manager Mermell’s Retirement Announcement

Heat Advisory Issued for 102 Degree End-of-Summer Bake Expected to Hit Pasadena Today

Pasadena Planning Commissioner Jason Lyon Announces Intentions to Run for District 7 City Council Seat

Pasadena City Manager Mermell to Retire Later This Year

Pasadena Sears To Close After 63 Years

Split City Council Approves Purchase Order for 17 Gasoline Powered Vehicles

Van Halen Memorial Could Be Up Before End of the Year

Coronavirus Hospitalizations Continue to Decline in Los Angeles County

Lincoln Avenue Plan Back on City Council Agenda


LA Metro Board Approves Free Transit Pilot Program for Students

Pasadena Unified Superintendent Says PUSD Campuses Have Suffered Damage From TikTok’s ‘Devious Licks’


City Council Reallocates $500,000 Funds Originally Earmarked for Rent Relief to Motel Voucher Program

Council Approves Communications System as Part of Consent Calendar

Purchase Order for 17 Gasoline-Powered Vehicles Comes Back to Council on Monday’s Consent Calendar

Council to Consider Decision to Deny Conditional Use Permit For Local Grocery Store

Newsom Signs Bill to Extend Remote Government Meetings

Community News:

Rose Bowl Institute Hosts Race and Sports Program About Latinos in Sports, Honors Daniel Villanueva, Sr.

High Real Estate Cost, Competition With Housing Developers is Pushing Growing Science Firms Out of Pasadena

City Committee Favors Granting of Loan to Local Developer to Buy Condominium Unit

Lawsuit Against Airlines Involves Hollywood Burbank Airport, Which is Operated In Part by Pasadena

Mayor Kicks Off Voluntary Stay Safe Pledge Program

Council Reschedules Hearing on Board of Zoning Appeals Decision to Deny CUP For Local Grocery Store

Mayor to Kick Off Voluntary Stay Safe Pledge Program for Pasadena Businesses

Pasadena’s Unemployment Rate Above National Average, But Lower Than County’s

Public Safety:

Altadena Boy Missing Since Monday Found

Man Hospitalized Following Pasadena Shooting

Smoke from Central California Wildfires Expected to Affect Pasadena Area Friday

Pasadena Man Arrested on Arson Charges in Irwindale

Social Media Transaction Leads to Robbery in Pasadena

Search Continues for Altadena Boy Missing Since Monday

Road Sign Placed in Honor of 7-Year-Old Boy Who Was Fatally Struck by Pickup Truck in Pasadena

Angeles National Forest Closure Lifted; Fire Danger Level Lowered From ‘Critical’ to ‘Extreme’

Sheriff Blasts RAND Report on Deputy Gangs, Says Reforms Already in Place

One of Two Missing Altadena Boys Found

Public Safety Committee to Consider Request for Purchase of Three-Year Subscription with Gunfire Detection Firm ShotSpotter

Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.

Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m.

Make a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *