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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Saturday, October 22, 2022 | 4:57 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:

City Council Takes Concrete Steps Towards Returning to In-Person Meetings

Pasadena’s New Interim Public Health Officer Discusses Possible Holiday COVID Surge

An Ominous Warning for California Economy

Community Members Invited to Honor, Celebrate Ancestors at Day of the Dead Events

Pasadena’s Updated Concealed Carry Permit Application Process Would Require Psychological Exam, Interview with Chief of Police

Ready for the ‘Big One’? Thursday’s ShakeOut Earthquake Drill Is a Reminder To Be Prepared for the Inevitable

Tournament to Crown Rose Queen on Tuesday

Pasadena Seniors Living on Fixed Income Worried Over Economic Insecurity Across Country, Say Local Experts

Pasadena Police Finalize Updated Concealed Carry Weapon Permit Application Process

State Calls For Revisions in City’s Housing Element

Caltech’s Earthquake Specialists Shed Light On ‘Big One’ Ahead of Thursday’s Great ShakeOut Event

Pasadena’s Transportation Department Recognized for Its Efforts To Make A City Where You Can Live Without A Car

City Council Unanimously Approves Labor Agreements With Police Officers, Firefighters

Assemblymember Chris Holden Presents Budget Checks for $5 Million to the Pasadena Central Library, $3 Million to Rose Bowl Stadium

California to End the COVID State of Emergency

Time to Reevaluate Disaster Preparedness Plans at Home in New Age of Remote Working Trend

After Request For More Participation, City Manager Reminds Commission It Already Provided Insight in Police Chief Search

Jones Steps Down From Environmental Advisory Commission

School Board District 3 Campaign Mailer Sparks Contention

Pasadena Police Department Replaces 11-Year-Old System to Improve Dispatch and Record-Keeping Capabilities

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