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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Saturday, April 4, 2020 | 5:36 pm

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 48 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Two Pasadenans With Coronavirus Die

Pasadena Drive-Up COVID-19 Testing Center in Planning Stages

Mayor Tornek Replies to Critics of Africa Trip

Schools Closed for the Remainder of School Year

Rose Bowl May Be Used in Effort to Control Spread of COVID-19

City Manager Details How Much Pasadena’s Economy Is Hurting

PUSD Grab and Go Meal Program Resumes Today

PUSD Suspends Free Meals Program Due to Possible COVD-19 Infection of Kitchen Employee

City Closes Rose Bowl Loop

Council Meets Monday; Crisis, Economic Relief Expected to Dominate

Report: Coronavirus Could Kill Hundreds of Homeless in Los Angeles County

Fraudsters Take Advantage of the 2020 Census


Newsom Enacts Halt to Water Shutoffs during COVID-19 Crisis

City Tightens Rose Bowl Loop, Arroyo Area Parking Restrictions

Pasadena Congresswoman Hosts Telephone Town Hall Friday

Dodger Games to Air on DirectTV, Other AT&T Outlets

DMV Helps Californians with Expiring Driver Licenses

Electric Customers Could Get Rebates As Council Eyes Economic Relief Options

How the City Is Spending $150,000 Allocated for Meals During COVID Crisis

L.A. County Board Set To Approve New Emergency Ops Ordinance

City Considers Adding to Sidewalk Repairs Budget, Allocation Would Top $1.6 Million

Council Likely Will Approve Program to Help Residents Acquire Energy Efficient Refrigerators


PCC, Caltech Campuses Will Remain Closed for Remainder of Academic Term

PCC Sets Up Fund to Help Students During Current Crisis

Community News:

Mask Confusion

America’s Got Talent’ Resumes Season 15 Auditions — Online

L.A. County Nurses Union Demand Immediate Supply of Masks, Gloves

Census Can Be Completed Online

City, Pasadena Convention & Visitor’s Bureau Launch “Connect Pasadena” Site To Bring Engaging Content To People At Home

Groups Band Together to Protect Confidentiality of Census Data

Meow Meow to the Rescue

Homeowners Get Some Relief but Tenants Are Still Waiting

Business Top Story:

Claremont McKenna Study: Overall Consumer Confidence Drops Due to Quarantine

East Pasadena Office Complex Sells for $78M

Public Safety:

4 More Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Pasadena

Local COVID-19 Cases Increase to 25

Pasadena Police Calls for Service Decrease During Pandemic

Testing for COVID-19 in Pasadena Underway


Talking Pasadena’s Big Picture With Council Member-Elect Felicia Williams

L.A. County CEO Postpones Retirement As Board Moves To Expand Her Authority

Jim Houston Dies: Engineer And Two-Time Oscar Winner Was 61

Non-Profit News:

More than 5,000 Meals a Week To Be Delivered to the Most Vulnerable Across the San Gabriel Valley

Pasadena’s Foothill Unity Center Offers Food Donations to Hungry Families During Coronavirus Crisis

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