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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 49 most newsworthy, informative, and readable. Top Stories: City Constructs MASH-Like Care Facility at Pasadena Convention Center What would it Take to Reopen Pasadena? Testing Continues at the Rose Bowl as County Opens Two More COVID-19 Testing Sites Pasadena Company Donates 2.5 Million of Its Popular “Cuties” Mandarin Oranges to Healthcare Workers Local Advocates Hail California’s New Relief Fund for Undocumented […]

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 49 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

City Constructs MASH-Like Care Facility at Pasadena Convention Center

What would it Take to Reopen Pasadena?

Testing Continues at the Rose Bowl as County Opens Two More COVID-19 Testing Sites

Pasadena Company Donates 2.5 Million of Its Popular “Cuties” Mandarin Oranges to Healthcare Workers

Local Advocates Hail California’s New Relief Fund for Undocumented Immigrants

Westridge School Dean Dies After Battle with COVID-19

You Have An Extra 90 Days to File Your Taxes, But… Submit Them Sooner If You Are Expecting a Refund

County Expands COVID-19 Testing at Rose Bowl

Man Shot in Leg Monday Afternoon

City Issues Order to Stop COVID-19 Spread in Long Term Health Care Facilities

Councilmember Kennedy Calls for Prayer at Council Sessions during Coronavirus Crisis

Pasadena Issues Order Requiring Face Coverings

Government:

DMV Extends Expiring Drivers Licenses

L.A. County Board of Supervisors To Consider Local Small Business Relief Fund

Schiff Introduces Legislation to Examine US Response to COVID-19

City Spokesperson Clarifies New Mask Protection Order

Pasadena Hotels, Motels Could Be Used to House Homeless during Pandemic

Education:

COVID-Canceled Caltech PreFrosh Experience Had Led to New Opportunities for Innovation, Outreach

Pasadena Native Creates Solution for College-Hopeful High School Seniors In A Stay-at-Home World

Community News:

Huntington Hospital Well Below Capacity

Tax Deductible Donations Purchase Meals from Local Restaurants for Critical Care Workers, Urgent Care Personnel and First Responders

Pasadena Transit and Dial-A-Ride to Implement Service Changes

Los Angeles County Announces 40 New Deaths Related to COVID-19 Pandemic

Help Available for L.A. County Property Owners Facing Foreclosure

Pasadena Media to Premier Interactive TV Show to Connect Community during COVID-19 Crisis

Exer Urgent Care Offering Coronavirus Testing in Pasadena

Huntington Hospital Receives Donation of 60,000 Surgical Masks and 200 Isolation Gowns

Business Top Story:

Three Pasadena-Area Newspapers Shut Down

South Pasadena Trader Joe’s Reopens after COVID-19 Outbreak

Insurance Companies to Provide Relief to Drivers

Face Covering Mandates Set for L.A. County Businesses Wednesday

Union, Kaiser Reach Agreement to Ease Burdens of Healthcare Workers

Pasadena’s Green Dot Appoints Former VISA, Inc. Chief Risk Officer to Board of Directors

Public Safety:

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Woman Grazed By Bullet in Wednesday Afternoon Attack

Can Patients Become Infected with COVID-19 Twice?

Local Traffic Collisions Decreasing

L.A. County Reinstates Reward in Case of Altadena Man Shot to Death in Pasadena

Federal Courthouse Closure Extended

Local Police Wearing Buffs as Face Covering for Some Service Calls

People:

John Grula, August 14, 1952 – April 3, 2020