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  • Letter To The Editor: Misleading HeadingExclusive

    If readers failed to read the entire recent article titled “Chesapeake Bay Health Improves As Government Reduces Enforcement,” they might think the bay is improving without government funding. This is erroneous, as the bill to reduce funding has not passed out of Congress. The bay and rivers in Maryland are not in good health. For example, many of our Maryland rivers received a failing grade in categories that grade the quality of the water. They need both government funding and public support. Please contact your federal and state representatives and ask for funding to protect the bay, rivers and creeks of Maryland.

    There is another thing that we can do ourselves to improve...
  • Water, Water Everywhere, But Not A Drop To DrinkExclusive

    In July, we saw an almost unprecedented deluge of rain in our area. Flash-flood warnings screamed from phones and TVs, and local roadways were transformed into rivers. In the midst of one torrential downpour, a gentleman, “Benjamin,” came to us looking for help with his water bill. His...
  • Weekend Events September 14-16

    We’ve reached the end of another work week, and it’s time for the weekend! A special highlight this weekend is the 66th Annual Anne Arundel County Fair, which kicked off on Wednesday. As you know, Hurricane Florence has made landfall over the Carolinas and is set to bring a lot of rain...
  • Weekend Events September 7-9

    Congratulations! You made it through the first week of school! Now it’s time to have fun. There are plenty of ways to get outside this weekend, whether you’re being courted at RennFest or relaxing and listening to live music. With storms in the forecast, keep an eye out for any...

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  • PBA Update

    As members of the Pasadena Business Association, we enjoy the community events we provide. We also need to fundraise to have these events every year. Our 15th annual golf tournament is one of the fundraising events we host. The proceeds from this tournament go toward our community assistance projects, which include Educational Excellence Awards, the fifth-grade straight-A lunch, the Veterans Day ceremony, the parade, the tree lighting ceremony, the flag, etc. Please get your foursomes ready, register to play golf and have a fun day. This is open to the public, so we hope to see you on September 12 at Compass Pointe Golf Course.

    We will have a continental breakfast with doughnuts, bagels,...

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  • Letter To The Editor: The Hidden Answer To Limiting School ShootingsExclusive

    I walk into a classroom just about every day and lived both sides of the gun issue. Every day, I think if there will be a shooting at my school. I lived in rural New York for 28 years and thought nothing of having a loaded semi-automatic rifle lying next to me. It was normal to go out at night with a loaded rifle because I heard a noise.

    When the police response is 40 minutes, people tend to protect themselves. In the 28 years I lived there, only two people were killed by gun violence that I recall. I also lived in areas where gun violence was so near that it made me understand why so many would want gun control.

    Yet in light of so many school shootings, I think the real problems are...
  • Local Results In The Primary Election

    The results are in following the primary election yesterday, June 26, and here are the names that will be on the ballot for local offices this coming November. County Executive Steve Schuh (R) Steuart Pittman (D) County Council - District 3 Nathan Volke (R) Debbie Ritchie (D) Delegates...
  • Questions And Answers With The Candidates

    Last month, we were pleased to introduce to our readers the many candidates running in the upcoming primary election on June 26. This month, we had three broad questions we wanted to put forth to each of the candidates. We wanted to know from each of them:   1. What would be your three...
  • Letter To The Editor: The Hidden Answer To Limiting School ShootingsExclusive

    I walk into a classroom just about every day and lived both sides of the gun issue. Every day, I think if there will be a shooting at my school. I lived in rural New York for 28 years and thought nothing of having a loaded semi-automatic rifle lying next to me. It was normal to go out at night with...

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  • To Vaccinate Or Not To VaccinateExclusive

    Keeping Your Pets Healthy And Safe

    Have you ever wondered if your pet needs to be vaccinated or why there are so many vaccines available? Vaccines have long been considered one of the greatest scientific achievements of all time and are even responsible for the elimination of smallpox, one of the most contagious diseases. They were developed to help prevent life-threatening illnesses in both humans and animals. Vaccines are considered one of the simplest ways to keep our pets living long, healthy lives.

    The immune system is composed of germ-fighting white blood cells that produce antibodies to attack unfamiliar organisms that invade the body. These antibodies will remember and...
  • Teeth Or Dental Implants?

    Advances in modern dental technology have increased dentists’ choices when it comes to replacing missing teeth, retaining teeth previously thought to be hopeless or replacing all teeth. Dental implant advancements over the past 30 years have helped millions of patients replace teeth. Q...
  • Helping Your Exotic Pet Beat The Heat

    Summer days are in full swing here in Pasadena, bringing their familiar heat, humidity and sunshine. Everyone knows you shouldn’t leave your dog or cat in a car during the summer, even with the windows down for a few minutes. This can cause severe heat stress, heat stroke, and even death in a...
  • Minorities Face Additional Barriers When Seeking Mental Health Treatment

    Though there is widespread stigma surrounding mental health in this country, the minority communities face additional barriers to seeking mental health treatment. In honor of July being Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, the Voice is drawing attention to those barriers. The Voice spoke...

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