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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Saturday, September 17, 2022 | 5:54 pm
 

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 20 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

District 3 Applicant Clarifies Earlier Statements on Gay Marriage

Grand Opening of Playhouse Village Park Scheduled For This Weekend

Latino Heritage Parade and Festival Scheduled For Saturday, Oct. 1

PUSD Board OKs $7.6 Million Worth of Contracts to Replace District’s Outdated Computer Fleet

School Board Scheduled to Review Request That Would Honor Councilmember John J. Kennedy

Pasadena’s Newest Market, Much-Anticipated Amazon Fresh Opens Thursday Morning

EF Academy Opens 16-acre Campus, Brings Unique Global Mission and Vision to Pasadena

LA Council Committee Recommends Ending COVID Eviction Moratorium in February

City Releases Video of Fatal July 30 Officer-Involved Shooting

Fuller Seminary Appoints First Black President In Its History

City Committee OK’s $427,200 Consultant Contract Related to Development of Pasadena Water and Power’s 2023 Integrated Resource Plan

Committee Zeroes In On Proposed Transportation Projects Allocated $230.5 Million by Metro

Council Approves Appointment Process to Fill Vacancy in District 3

City Manager Márquez Attends First City Council Meeting

Two Years After the Bobcat Wildfire, Pasadena Fire Department Utilizing Lessons Learned

Pasadena Homelessness Survey Results: Permanent Housing, Mental Health Services Should Be Expanded, Committee to Hear

Council to Appoint New District 3 Councilmember Later This Month

Gang Intervention Team, Police Work to Keep The Calm During Long, Hot Summer

Monday is the Final Day of Interviews for the 2023 Royal Court

Backed by $230.5 Million in Metro Money, City Committee Reviews 19 Possible New Transit Projects for Pasadena

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