A Look Back At 2018

Join us in a look back at 2018 — a year when continuity and change both made Pasadena a better place.

Pasadena Welcomes The Holidays During Annual Tree Lighting

In a celebration rivaled only by that of the fictitious, hand-holding, carol-singing Whos of Whoville, the Pasadena Business Association held its annual tree lighting.

Christmas Comes Early For Kids Who Shop With A Cop

Kids from Pasadena and nearby areas have never had a better reason to wake up early.

PIC Celebrates 25 Years While Planning For Future

“We are kind hands supporting seniors. We provide the kinds of assistant seniors might ask of a neighbor. We are the organization where all generations support the independence of older adults.”

Question Of The Month: Lake Shore Elementary School

Each month, the Pasadena Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Ms. Wilder’s class at Lake Shore Elementary School answered the question: If you had an unlimited budget, what gift would you buy and for whom?


PHOTO GALLERY: Chesapeake vs. Northeast football, 3A East Playoffs, 11.9.18

Chesapeake defeated Northeast, 38-13.

Chesapeake Defeats Northeast In Rivalry On The Mat, 50-30

Wrestling season got underway as Northeast hosted South River and rival Chesapeake for a tri-meet on December 6. South River, county champion in two of the last three seasons, came away with a …

Chesapeake Cheerleaders Cap Perfect Postseason With State Title

Already the foremost cheerleading program in the state, the Chesapeake Cougars are back at the top of Maryland once again. Chesapeake regained its perch atop Maryland at the state championship …

Best Season Ever: Northeast Volleyball Reaches New Heights

The Northeast volleyball program has never been known as a powerhouse, so it wasn’t exactly surprising to head coach Meghan Kulzer that no one, including the Eagles themselves, were sure where …

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Jason LaBarge Of Premier Planning Group Empowers Clients To Pursue The Retirement Of Their Dreams Planning for retirement can be scary. When you’re in your 50s and think about stepping away from the work that has filled your daily schedule for the last few decades, you can feel a loss of …
PBA Update Catch up with the Pasadena Business Association.
Community Contributors: Local Businesses Step Up And Give Back The months of November and December were a busy time for local businesses that sought to make the community a better place.
School & Youth
CHS Hosts Second Cybersecurity Day For Girls After a successful inaugural trip, Chesapeake High School’s signature program is hosting its second Cybersecurity Day for Girls.
Chesapeake Seeks Nominations For Alumni Wall Of Fame Chesapeake High School is continuing to build its Alumni Wall of Fame, and staff members are seeking help from the community. If you know someone who has graduated from Chesapeake High School, …
CHS Launches Conservation Club Chesapeake High School students were offered a new club this year: the Conservation Club.
Arts & Entertainment
All In The Family: The Burrows Bond Over Sign Making Ashley Burrows and her husband, Brian, work together to make signs. Their three children help however they can.
Derek Dunn Returns To Perform “Nutcracker” On CHS Stage Dunn, now a principal dancer with the Boston Ballet, first performed “The Nutcracker” with Edna Lee Dance Studio when he was 9 years old.
The Highly Anticipated “Widows” Nearly Lives Up To The Hype, But Not Quite “Widows” tells the story of three women not only widowed by their career-criminal husbands, but left in severe debt by them.
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