October 06, 2015
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  • Retired major Randy Short is collecting veterans’ stories from every war to show the common experiences between them.

    Pasadena Veteran Collects War Stories For Posterity

    Former major Randy Short has retired from service, but he remains on a mission. After more than 22 years in the army, many spent in the National Guard’s public affairs office promoting the work of service men and women here and abroad, Short has undertaken a new project to bring recognition...
  • At Fort Smallwood Park, a two-lane boat ramp scheduled to open in spring 2016 is one of many amenities that will improve public water access.

    Park Openings To Highlight Improved Public Water Access

    Anne Arundel County is home to the sailing capital of the world, the state legislature and more shoreline than any other county in Maryland. Yet despite its breadth, most of the water sits on land that is privately owned. In the Fiscal Year 2016 capital and operating budget, County Executive Steve...
  • At a recent meeting of the Greater Pasadena Council, Martha Arzu-McIntosh explained three alternatives put forth by the Mountain Road Commercial Corridor Study.

    Could Mountain Road Revitalization Do More Harm Than Good?

    When the Anne Arundel County Department of Planning and Zoning Transportation Division spoke to the Greater Pasadena Council on Wednesday, September 2, the emphasis was on reassurance: The county is listening to the concerns of citizens and business owners with regard to the future of Mountain Road...


  • Josh Krcik laid out to make this catch in the closing moments of Northeast’s win. The reception was good for the team’s third touchdown of the day as JV Eagles defeated Southern, 20-0.

    Northeast JV Boys Score 20-0 Win Over Bulldawgs

    Quarterback Dan Baker threw three touchdown passes and the defense put up a shutout as the Northeast JV football team defeated visiting Southern 20-0 on September 18. Matt Heffington, Josh Krcik and Bryan Brown were the recipients of touchdown throws from Baker, and the JV Eagles continued their...
  • Northeast JV Girls Top Chesapeake 3-2

    Arianna Krcik scored all three of her team's goals in Northeast's 3-2 win over visiting Chesapeake on September 21. View a full photo gallery of Northeast vs. Chesapeake JV girls soccer.
  • With a 1-0 win on September 21, the Eagles celebrated the program's first win over crosstown rival Chesapeake since 2006.

    Better Believe It: Northeast Girls Defeat Chesapeake, 1-0

    All season long, and even going on a year or more, the refrain coming from the Northeast girls soccer program has been the same: We’re not afraid of anyone. We feel we can compete with any team. We can beat any team we face. The belief has always been real, but that was then. Now? The...
  • Stephanie Brown (00) saved a penalty stroke in the first half of Lake Shore's 1-0 win over Slade on September 19.

    Lake Shore Riptide Get Past Slade, 1-0

    The Lake Shore Riptide Junior B field hockey team got a goal from Becca Lawn and penalty stroke saves from goalkeepers Stephanie Brown and Rachel Barker to come away with a 1-0 victory over Slade at Kinder Park on September 19. At 3-1 with victories over Slade, BAYS and Severna Park and a loss only...


  • Join Our Editorial Team

    Are you passionate about local news? The editorial team at the Severna Park Voice and Pasadena Voice is seeking an editorial assistant and a web content creator. If you’re a dynamic, self-motivated individual with a strong work ethic and a passion for sharing the stories of what’s happening in our community, this could be the job for you!
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    ·         Routinely coming up with and pitching story ideas based on the people, businesses, nonprofits, schools, politicians, history and events in our distribution...
  • PBA Update

    The Pasadena Business Association is very busy preparing for several upcoming events. We will have our 20th annual Caring and Sharing Parade on November 1, starting at 2:00pm. We start at Tick Neck Road, make a right onto Edwin Raynor Boulevard South at the intersection of Fort Smallwood Road, make...
  • Frank and Julie Loane, owners of Frank & Bill’s Auto Collision Center, seek to alleviate the stress that comes along with car accidents and damage by helping their customers will all aspects of the repair process.

    Frank & Bill’s Steers Customers Smoothly Through Repair Process

    A car accident is a stressful, upsetting experience, and that’s exactly why Frank and Julie Loane — owners of Frank & Bill’s Auto Collision Center on Mountain Road — strive to make the experience of repairing a damaged vehicle as easy as possible, taking care of every...
  • The staff at Baltimore Washington Eye Center exhibits great customer service, unrivaled expertise and the desire to offer cutting-edge services.

    At Baltimore Washington Eye Center, There’s More Than Meets The Eye

    Since being founded in 1969 by Paul Kohlhepp, Baltimore Washington Eye Center has served as one of the area’s premier eye care facilities for adults and children. The reason for its excellence is simple: great customer service combined with exceptional medical and surgical expertise. “...

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  • Pasadena band Magic Wax will share its fantasy-driven melodic punk music with listeners nationwide when it releases its self-titled debut on October 9.

    Band Magic Wax Melts Stereotypes With Dynamic Rock

    The band Magic Wax is a melting pot of styles – not a concoction of sugar, spice and everything nice, but more like melody-based punk with a dab of metal. And it’s that recipe of music they will share with listeners when they release their self-titled three-song debut on October 9....

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • Council Update

    Summer has come and gone, our children have gone back to school, the budget season has passed and the county council has come to many final decisions on the overall budget for Fiscal Year 2016. We are, however, still debating over the county’s debt management policy, and whether we should issue bonds for capital projects for a term of 20 or 30 years.
    State code requires each governmental entity to adopt by resolution a local debt policy that meets requirements of state and local law and that meets the needs of the governmental entity. This year’s resolution is being debated, and the most significant change to the county’s debt policy is the maximum bond term (years it...
  • Anne Arundel Invests In Education

    As county executive, I am committed to ensuring our children get the best education possible. To accomplish that goal, I pledged during the campaign last year to work with the school system to build smaller neighborhood high schools, where students can be better known and nurtured. This month, we...
  • Making Maryland A More Affordable Place To Live And Work

    In my first eight years in office, one of the things I found most frustrating was watching then-Governor O’Malley create budgets that grew faster than we could afford, resulting in record tax and fee increases. With each new budget, I wondered to myself how long things could go on like this...
  • County Executive Steve Schuh recently participated in a local American Red Cross blood drive. “Giving blood can help save a life,” Schuh said. “More than 41,000 blood donations are needed every day, and every citizen who is able to donate can help make a difference.”

    County Executive Steve Schuh Encourages Citizens To Donate Blood

    County Executive Steve Schuh recently participated in a quarterly Anne Arundel County blood drive and encouraged citizens around the county to donate blood. “Giving blood can help save a life,” Schuh said. “More than 41,000 blood donations are needed every day, and every citizen...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • How To Prevent Eye Health Problems

    Patients always ask us how they can take good care of their eyes and prevent eye health problems and vision loss. Everyone can contribute to their own eye health and vision by following some basic tips and guidelines.
    Have Regular Comprehensive Dilated Eye Exams
    Making sure to schedule regular dilated eye health and vision exams — at intervals your eye doctor recommends — is the first step to maintaining eye health and good vision. Early detection, diagnosis and treatment when necessary allow us to find eye diseases, conditions and problems so that we can address them before they are sight-threatening. Many eye diseases do not have early warning signs, but signs and symptoms...
  • Medicare Part D Prescription Open Enrollment Period Will Start Soon

    Medicare Part D is a program provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to subsidize the cost of prescription drugs for Medicare beneficiaries. Each year, usually October 15 through December 7, subscribers currently enrolled in Medicare Part D, may re-enroll in their current plan...
  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

    Modern dentistry is dynamic. Changes to improve patient comfort and quality of care are always being developed. The use of improved dental materials, modern delivery systems, lasers, computer-generated imaging and computer management software systems are just some of the changes. In the upcoming...
  • UM BWMC October CalendarExclusive

    Tuesday, October 6 5:00-6:30pm: Survivorship: Living With and Beyond Cancer meets to discuss information and support for cancer patients and their families (Tate Cancer Center, 305 Hospital Drive, first floor conference room). This event is for patients with any type of cancer. Reservations are...

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