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  • The Eagles went 9-0 in C Division play.

    Northeast Golf Goes 9-0 To Win C Title

    It was a perfect season for the Northeast golf team, which went 9-0 to win the regular-season C Division county championship. Earle Forster, Jacob Gazaway, Brendan Heptner, Megan Heptner, Bailey Hermann, Andrew Martin, James Michael, Logan Smith and Emily Solley powered the Eagles to the C...
  • Chesapeake's Leah Evans pushed the break against Arundel. The Cougars fell 1-0 in overtime to the Wildcats but are battle-hardened as they prepare for the 3A playoffs.

    Chesapeake Field Hockey Turns Attention To Playoffs

    The season is a grind, and the Chesapeake field hockey team is counting on every step to prepare them for the ultimate challenge of the fast-approaching region and state playoffs. Chesapeake received a stiff test in 4A East contender Arundel on October 2 as the visiting Wildcats played the...
  • Will DeAngelis (11) scored both goals in Chesapeake's 2-0 win over Northeast and has helped the Cougars to a solid second half of the season.

    After Slow Start, Chesapeake Boys Pick It Up

    It’s just fine by coach Drew Belcher if the Chesapeake boys soccer team gets a little overlooked in mid-October. “I’d rather us fly under the radar and then in playoffs we start to do something,” said Belcher on October 9. “We’ve still got a young team, but we...
  • Northeast senior Sydney Makarovich attacked the goal during the Eagles' 12-0 win over Glen Burnie on senior night.

    Northeast Field Hockey Wins On Senior Night

    It’s easy to get overlooked when you play down the street from the two-time defending state championship program at Chesapeake, but the Northeast field hockey team has been quietly putting together a decent season, one they continued with a 12-0, senior-night win over Glen Burnie at home on...


  • PBA Update

    It’s a busy time for the Pasadena Business Association. We’re excited to welcome a handful of new members and to plan a few of our annual community events. We want to extend a warm welcome to new members SunTrust Bank, Artsy Partsy and Sign Central Inc. We have ribbon cuttings coming up for Betty’s Boutique on October 25 at 5:00pm and for Artsy Partsy on November 2 at 2:00pm. We hope to see you there to support these great local businesses.

    Our next PBA general membership meeting will be Wednesday, November 7, at noon at a to-be-determined location. Our guest speaker will be Clark and Anderson, CPA, and you can register by paying in advance on the website...
  • The staff at Salsa Tex-Mex Grill, led by general manager Pat Liberto (center), makes hospitality a priority.

    Salsa Tex-Mex Grill Brings A New Flavor To Pasadena

    Lake Shore has its share of food offerings — burgers, salads, subs, pizza and more — so when the team at Mid-States Management decided to replace the Roy Rogers at 16 Magothy Beach Road, they knew they had to find something unique. Salsa Tex-Mex Grill was the result. Opened in August...
  • Estate Planning For Young People

    Chances are that most people do not start thinking about estate planning until they are in their 40s and 50s. After all, by the age of 50, the average American has acquired or is close to acquiring his or her maximum net wealth and is reaching an age when medical issues are starting to become known...
  • Decorating Den Interiors Opens New Franchise In Pasadena

    Decorating Den Interiors, an in-home decorating service and large home furnishings and interior design franchise company, announced that Krista Romer has been selected to open a franchise to serve the Pasadena area. She joins nearly 300 other franchise owners throughout the U.S. and Canada....

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  • Riviera Beach Elementary and Chesapeake High School now host Caring Cupboards, in-school food pantries to help feed students in need.

    Riviera Beach Initiates Caring Cupboards In County Schools

    Two schools in Pasadena are now home to Caring Cupboards, in-school food pantries that will address the needs of students who come to school hungry. Chuck Yocum, president of the Caring Cupboard program, spent the summer organizing the pantry at Riviera Beach Elementary. Now there is also a...
  • Pasadena’s Will Erickson Is A Taekwondo Star

    Twelve-year-old Will Erickson has won first-place prizes in two consecutive taekwondo tournaments this year; has broken a board with his bare hands; and has earned his yellow belt with a green stripe — not to mention that he is one of the few martial arts students with Down syndrome to...
  • Parents who live in the Queens Park 2 community and send their kids to High Point Elementary School are worried about a dangerous walking path that lacks sidewalks and has cars parked on both sides of the street.

    High Point Parents Sign Petition After Loss Of Bus Route

    Jennifer Bell’s 6-year-old son is only two weeks older than a kindergartner who is eligible to ride the bus from the Queens Park 2 community to High Point Elementary School, but her son is no longer allowed to ride the bus and has to walk a dangerous route, she said, because of a mandate from...

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  • Lions, Tigers And Vets — Oh My!

    Pets are typically brought to the veterinary clinic for wellness exams, vaccines, sick appointments and behavioral consultations. As veterinarians, we do our best to help these pets, but that can be challenging when the pet is displaying signs of anxiety, nervousness and fear.

    It is important to notice the signs of stress in the early stages; this gives us an opportunity to alleviate the situation before the reaction escalates and becomes potentially aggressive or dangerous. Pets that feel uncomfortable at the vet or in different social situations can display the following signs.

    Panting and yawning
    Drooling and lip-licking
    Difficulty getting into carrier or car
    Clinging to...
  • Prevent Dental Disease

    Today’s dental mission should not be just reacting to and treating problems; instead, the priority should be in prevention. The key tools in preventing tooth problems are cleaning your teeth every day, your diet, fluoride and dental sealants. Regular dental cleanings bring everything...
  • Tips For A Healthy And Safe Halloween

    The Anne Arundel County Department of Health provides the following tips to help families have a fun, healthy and safe Halloween. ● Do not allow children to go trick-or-treating if they are ill. If they had a fever, it should be gone for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicine. Those...
  • UM BWMC Is First Hospital In Maryland To Offer Leading-Edge Angiography Capabilities To Patients

    New Angiography System Gives Physicians Detailed Images To Speed Up Diagnosis And Treatment University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (UM BWMC) became the first hospital in Maryland and the mid-Atlantic region to install the new Artis Pheno multi-axis angiography system from...

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