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  • Traffic flow and safety on Mountain Road has been a cause of much concern, particularly where the busy street intersects with Solley and Waterford roads and Edwin Raynor Boulevard. The county has developed three possible plans to address the issues, but no proposal has been given the green light just yet.

    Possible Changes Ahead For Mountain Road

    Several residents attended a public meeting held at the Pasadena Senior Center on July 24 to learn more about three possible alternatives put forward by the county for improving traffic flow and safety where Mountain Road intersects with Solley and Waterford roads and Edwin Raynor Boulevard....

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  • The CYLA Storm 2018s represented Pasadena proudly at the Brine All American Showcase in Downingtown, Pennsylvania, this July, going 3-0-1 and defeating Building Blocks Lacrosse 9-6 in the tournament’s championship game.

    CYLA Storm Lax Club Has Strong Summer Season

    Playing its fourth season, the CYLA Storm girls lacrosse club had a successful summer across multiple age levels. The Storm 2018s shined at the United Sports Brine All American Showcase in Downington, Pennsylvania, going 3-0-1 and winning the tournament championship by defeating Building Blocks...
  • The 12U Pasadena Eagles went 7-1 overall including 6-0 in preliminary play at the Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament in Cooperstown, New York, this July, making it to the sweet 16 on the final day of the 104-team tournament.

    12U Pasadena Eagles Soar To Sweet 16 In Cooperstown

    The 12U Pasadena Eagles represented Pasadena proudly at the Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament in Cooperstown, New York, this summer, going 7-1 overall and making it to the sweet 16 of the 104-team tournament. The Eagles, comprised of Donny Borum, Everett Cooper, Camden Handwerger, Josh Horgan,...
  • Northeast junior Noah Bennett leaps to record his single-step vertical leap height while Eagle coach Ken Fowler and teammates watch as part of the football program’s preseason fitness tests. The team met as many as five mornings a week to train together for the upcoming season.

    Summer Workouts Offer Opportunity To Improve Without Dominating Time Off

    During summer, absent the constant rush of the school year, the nonstop sprint to finish the day’s math assignment or learn all the lines for the play or get a date to the dance, there’s a part of school that keeps chugging right along with student energy. For athletes at Northeast and...
  • The Bucs junior girls (in blue), Anne Arundel County Crosse Over team (in yellow) and MetroGirls of northwest England, United Kingdom (in white) pose after the Bucs and MetroGirls played at Northeast High School on July 26. The Anne Arundel County girls hosted the MetroGirls this summer and will travel to England next summer to play lacrosse and stay with the MetroGirls and their families.

    Bucs Welcome UK Lacrosse Team

    Many of the United Kingdom’s finest young lacrosse players left their homes in northwest England this summer in search of a challenging lacrosse experience, some authentic Americana and the memories that come from forming lifelong friendships. Naturally, the perfect place to find all of that...

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  • Council Update

    The Chesapeake Bay, as well as the surrounding rivers, creeks and streams, is one of the most beautiful areas of our county. Not only is it the largest estuary in the world, but it is home of the Chesapeake Bay blue crab. Other areas have crabs, but none of them has that distinct sweet taste of our blue crab.
    In addition, Anne Arundel County has the most shoreline (more than 500 miles) of any other county in the United States. While a considerable amount of pollution that comes into the Chesapeake Bay comes from Pennsylvania (through the Susquehanna River), there is still a lot we can do right here in Anne Arundel County to help preserve and protect the Chesapeake Bay and her...
  • New School Year Brings Opportunities To Give Back, Exciting Changes

    It seems as if I was just at school celebrating the last day of the academic year with my kids last week, but like families across our county, we are already preparing for them to return to the classroom later this month. Like your kids, they’re none too excited to say goodbye to summer camps...
  • Public Service, Not Pay

    When I was a young finance professional, a partner at my firm pulled me aside for a mentorship speech. At the time, I was probably subconsciously rolling my eyes, as many young people do when an old guy has advice to offer. But his advice stuck with me - “Learn, earn, return.” Spend...
  • Troubling Oversight Of Group Homes

    When a young child, Damaud Martin, died in a Maryland group home this past July, questions were posed by legislators and others about the care and oversight given to those residing at these facilities. I had the privilege to be on one of the committees that conducted a special public hearing in...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Migraines: A Headache Unlike Any Other

    If you know anyone who suffers from migraines, or if you are unfortunate to suffer from them, you know that migraine headaches are not like a common headache. Migraines are painful, debilitating headaches that can be severely throbbing and usually unilateral (one sided). They affect 29.5 million Americans, and at least 17 percent of women and 6 percent of men have experienced migraines.
    The pain from migraines is usually disabling and debilitating. Some patients experience an aura, a preceding symptom or a warning sign before the actual headache. Patients can experience visual phenomena. They may see flashing lights, jagged lines or colors in their visual fields. Others have experienced...

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