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  • Big Vanilla Athletic Club helps members address all aspects of wellness through a variety of amenities, programs, classes and special events geared toward all ages and fitness levels.

    Big Vanilla Makes Wellness A Community Endeavor

    Much more than a simple fitness facility, Big Vanilla Athletic Club emphasizes community-centered recreation and education geared toward all aspects of wellness for all ages and abilities. Following 30 years of success in Arnold, Big Vanilla came to Pasadena in 2007 when owner Larry Ray recognized...
  • For nearly 35 years, Dr. Jeffrey Cranska has treated his dentistry patients in a way that is minimally invasive and beneficial for long-term health.

    Dr. Cranska Uses Innovative Methods To Comfort Patients

    Many people are scared of the dentist, and for good reason. The sound of whining drills and torturous scalpels does not offer much appeal. But at Dr. Jeffrey Cranska’s Family and Laser Dentistry, there is no reason to be afraid. For nearly 40 years, the practitioner has used high-tech methods...
  • PBA Update

    I want to offer you just another reminder that our fourth-annual Veterans Day Ceremony will be November 11 at 1:00pm. The Route 100 World War II memorial flag is located on Mountain Road at the intersection with Route 100. We will honor our veterans and active military. Come out and support our...

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  • (L-R) CHS students Abby Pataky, Kevin Bartkowiak, Byron Brice and Alyssa LaPier accepted the USBands state championship banner on behalf of their marching band, which placed first in the Group 1 open class category.

    CHS Marching Band Claims USBands State Championship

    The Chesapeake High School (CHS) marching band has been no stranger to prolific accomplishments during the past few years. On October 25, the group notched another title as they ranked first in their grouping at the USBands State Championships, which is run by Youth Education in the Arts and held...

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  • Be Sure To Secure Your Property Tax Credit

    When you hear the word "homestead," you probably picture pioneers heading west in covered wagons, building log cabins in the wilderness and growing crops to feed their families. But did you know there's a much more modern way this word is used and it can save homeowners a lot of money?
    If you are a homeowner, you know that you must pay property taxes each year. You probably also know that as the value of your home and property increases, the tax on that property also goes up. What you may not know is that Maryland has a program called the Homestead Property Tax Credit. This program provides a cap on the increase of your property taxes so that your taxes don't increase as...
  • Public Safety Has Been Our Top Priority

    As the end of my term as county executive nears, I know the question is sure to come: “Laura, of all of your administration’s accomplishments, what are you most proud of?” There’s no easy answer. I am proud that we have become better stewards of taxpayer money in Anne...
  • For Pay And Staffing, Safety Comes First

    Over the summer, I spent significant time with the men and women who keep us safe. I rode with a police officer on his beat, toured fire stations, visited our detention center and met with sheriff’s deputies. I even had a firsthand experience with a drunken driver on Mountain Road in Pasadena...
  • Improving High School Education Is About Priorities And Realistic Planning

    Anne Arundel County is coming out of eight economically tough years. Like the rest of the country, we were hit by the devastating drop in home values, wage cuts, job losses and deep cuts in county services to residents and businesses. Tax increases and fee increases are not an option while we all...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Pivot Physical Therapy Comes To Pasadena

    Pasadena’s Professional Sports Care & Rehab and four other mid-Atlantic physical therapy centers are combining and operating under a new name: Pivot Physical Therapy. The clinic now encompasses more than 60 locations across five states and Washington, D.C.
    “Even though we’ve changed the name, we’re still the same operation,” promised Charles Mutschler, Pivot Physical Therapy’s regional manager for Anne Arundel County, Howard County and the Eastern Shore. Mutschler opened his first physical therapy office in Glen Burnie in 2002, then expanded to Pasadena in 2003. Several years later, he further expanded into multiple Professional Sports Care &...

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