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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Saturday, November 27, 2021 | 6:13 am
 

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 19 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Coroner Releases Name of Pasadena Man Killed By Gunman During Tuesday Crime Spree

City Announces Reward in Shooting of 13-Year Old Boy

Gunman Fatally Shot After Allegedly Killing Man in East Pasadena

Shotspotter System to be Deployed in Pasadena Early Next Year

Here’s How You Can Anonymously Report Information on the Moreno-Balvaneda Shooting

‘We Must Do Things Differently,’ says Mayor Gordo; Calls for More Law Enforcement Resources after Saturday Shooting Tragedy

Councilmember John Kennedy: If You Know Who Shot Pasadena Teenager, Turn Him In

Police Chief Updates City on Shooting Death of 13-Year-Old Boy: “We Will Catch These Criminals, and We Will Catch Them Quickly”

Pasadena Unified Board Member Tina Fredericks Withdraws Lawsuit Against School Board

Government:

City Council to Take Up Resolution Allowing Remote Meetings for Next 30 Days After Thanksgiving Holiday

Council to Continue Public Hearing on Redistricting Task Force Recommendations to Next Monday

City Council to Receive Report on Central Library Seismic Upgrades Next Monday

Community News:

Pasadena Police Team With Salvation Army to Deliver Hot Thanksgiving Meals to the Homebound

Councilmember Hampton Teams With Nonprofit to Brighten Thanksgiving for Many

Design Commission Approves Final Design for New 13-Unit Family Residential Development Along North Hill Avenue

World Cup Delegation Visits the Rose Bowl

Public Safety:

Local Residents, Officials React to East Pasadena Shooting That Killed 2

Non-Profits News

Arroyo Seco Foundation Seeking More Room for Nursery

Business News:

Organic Grocer Erewhon Coming to Iconic South Lake Avenue Building

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