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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Sunday, January 23, 2022 | 4:26 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:

Amy Wainscott Elected President of 2023 Pasadena Tournament of Roses, Announces Rose Parade Theme

PCC Prepares to Resume On-Campus Instruction Monday, But Teachers Balk

Councilmember Lauds Police for Arrest, Hopeful Patrols Will Tamp Down Recent Violence

Police Arrest Suspect in Tuesday Shooting of 15-Year-Old Boy

City to Consider Funding Cameras in High Crime Areas Following Approval of ShotSpotter Gunshot Detection System

Suspect in Fatal Hancock Park Furniture Store Stabbing Arrested in Old Pasadena

Tuesday Afternoon Shooting Leaves 15-Year-Old Pasadena Boy in Critical Condition

Ballot Initiative Would Mandate Cannabis Licenses for Some Local Social Equity Applicants

Public Safety Committee to Receive Update on Police Dept.’s Implementation of Race and Identification Profile Act

2021 Saw Fewest Reported Crimes in Pasadena in 10 Years

Investigators: Car in Sunday Crash That Killed Three Teens in East Pasadena Did Not Plunge From Freeway

Huntington Hospital’s Covid-Positive Patient Count Falls Sharply Over Weekend

Three Die in Violent East Pasadena Car Crash

South LA’s Kingdom Day Parade – Like Pasadena’s Black History Parade – Is Canceled by COVID Concerns

Man Wounded in Pasadena Shooting.

Government:

Holden Takes Over Authorship on Fast Food Equity Bill

Senator Portantino Introduces Cal Grant Equity & College Access Act to Improve Higher Education Affordability

Planning Commission Approves Amendments to City’s Historic Preservation Ordinance

Council is Dark On Monday; Public Hearing on Housing Project Due Up Next Week

Education:

School Board Passes Resolution Allowing Remote Meetings for 30 Days

Blair High School Armenian Academy Student Named Finalist in Congressional App Challenge

Caltech Announces Its 2021 Distinguished Alumni Awards

Caltech Files Permit Request to Tear Down Building and Replace It With a New One

Community News:

Tournament of Roses Announces 2022-2023 Leadership and Organizational Structure

Local Pharmacies to Carry Free N95 Masks

Pasadena Appeals Court Rules LA County Gun Store Closures Were Unconstitutional

City’s New Coronavirus Cases Fall, But Average Over 410 Daily

LA County Employees Retirement Association Commits $300 Million to Debt, Buyout Funds

Transportation Department Holds Final Community Meeting for Pasadena Walks Project

‘Every Person Has A Name’ Vigil Returning to City Hall

Parking Meter Revenue Trending Up

Pasadena MLK Community Coalition Announces 2022 Art and Essay Contest Winners

First Timers Win Rose Bowl Half Marathon

LA County Reports 53 More COVID-Related Deaths, 43,883 New Cases

Average LA County Gas Price Rises Slightly Over MLK Day Holiday

Business News:

City Calls ‘From Pasadena, with Love’ Holiday Campaign for Local Businesses A Success

Wells Fargo Bank Recognizes Pasadena Business As Community Leader

Pasadena Community Foundation Extends a Lifeline to Two Local Small Businesses

New Wine Store Plans to Open at Former Crown City Golf Shop Location

Public Safety:

Councilmember Rivas, Pasadena Police to Hold Virtual Meeting on Recent Shootings

Non-Profits News:

Tournament of Roses Opening Doors to New Volunteers

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