October 01, 2016
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  • Smiles were plentiful in a September 15 rout of Glen Burnie, but the going will get tougher for the Cougars as they embark on the bulk of their county schedule and attempt to get back to the state tournament.

    Chesapeake Field Hockey Ready To Continue Rising

    It’s a tough act to follow, but the Chesapeake field hockey program is ready to improve upon its historically good 2015 season. The Cougars went 13-3-1 overall last year, winning the school’s first field hockey county championship by defeating both Severna Park and Broadneck en route...


  • NHS Girls Soccer To Hold Carwash Fundraiser September 24

    It may not be a matinee at the movies, but the Northeast High School Athletic Boosters are holding a car wash fundraiser at the Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company (8506 Fort Smallwood Road) from 9:00am to 1:00pm on Saturday, September 24 – allowing visitors to kick back, enjoy pit beef or ham, and watch as volunteers clean your car.
    Proceeds benefit the girls soccer program at Northeast. Lunch, which also includes french fries and funnel cake for sale, starts at 11:00am. For more information, visit the “Northeast High School Athletic Boosters” Facebook page.
  • PBA Update

    We’re headed into a busy season for the Pasadena Business Association. Several big events and projects are on our calendar throughout the fall and early winter. First up for us is a ribbon cutting to mark the grand opening of Mike’s Pharmacy II. Grand opening week begins Monday,...
  • About six months after opening Pasadena Eye Care, owner Martin Blake is happy with the connections he has made in the community and the amount of vision assistance his team has provided.

    Pasadena Eye Care Allows Patients To See Anew

    For Martin Blake, working with patients has been an eye-opening experience. The owner of Pasadena Eye Care, Blake remembers one instance where a woman came to him for help after hopping from specialist to specialist in search of an answer to her vision problems. “I brought her in for a free...
  • Dr. Ester Alabi-Nyarko (center), owner of Pace Wellness Pharmacy, can tailor medication to meet the needs of any customer.

    Pace Wellness Creates Health Solutions Through Unique Medication

    Dr. Ester Alabi-Nyarko is at the forefront of medicine. The Pace Wellness pharmacy founder graduated from medical school in 2001 and has since held countless roles in the medical field — from pediatric pharmacist to director of a pharmacy. These roles have served as enriching life experiences...

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  • Council Update

    Labor Day weekend signaled the unofficial end of summer. For many of our students and teachers, summer was over a week or more before Labor Day. In an attempt to change this, Governor Larry Hogan signed an executive order requiring Maryland’s public schools to start classes after Labor Day, beginning with the 2017-2018 school year. I believe this will be a great change for Maryland students, teachers, families and businesses. This bipartisan movement to start classes after Labor Day began years ago and has gained momentum and support from a vast majority of Marylanders. Two separate polls in 2014 and 2015 showed that more than 70 percent of Marylanders favored starting classes after...
  • Restoring Anne Arundel’s Rivers

    To make Anne Arundel County the best place to live, work and start a business in Maryland, we are committed to protecting our more than 530 miles of shoreline. Since its inception in the middle of 2013, the Anne Arundel County Watershed Protection and Restoration Program (WPRP) has implemented...
  • Seniors And Property Tax Breaks

    As your local representative, I often walk through our communities just to talk with people. I want to hear their concerns, frustrations and input. When I do this, taxes are an issue that continually ranks first or second. Seniors Hit Hard By Taxes I always hear how taxes have hit seniors hardest...
  • Letter To The Editor: MRA And The Watershed Protection Work Group

    A year ago, three of us Magothy River Association (MRA) board members met with County Executive Steve Schuh, Planning and Zoning Officer Larry Tom, and others to discuss the serious decline in the water quality of the Magothy River. The decline is exacerbated by the continued development of new...

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  • No More “Scaredy Cats” At The Vet!

    Fear-Free Veterinary Visits Part 2: Cats
    Welcome to part 2 of helping to get your furry family member to the vet with the least amount of stress for all involved. We discussed our canine companions last month (if you missed it, check our blog at www.calvertvet.com/blogs), but as we all know, cats are an entirely different story.
    Our feisty feline friends are not only less accustomed to being handled, but when was the last time Fluffy left the house? The experience of being shoved into a box, put into a moving vehicle, and brought to the vet with all of the new smells and sounds can be disorienting for cats, so it’s important to make it a more enjoyable visit for them. From the very...
  • The Biggest Transition Since Adolescence

    Menopause is often considered the biggest transition since adolescence. The definition of natural menopause is 12 months with no menses (period). Surgical menopause occurs when a women has her ovaries surgically removed before going 12 months with no menses. The average age of natural menopause is...
  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

    Tooth Destruction By Acid Attack Acidic foods and drinks cause erosion that wears away healthy tooth enamel and promotes tooth decay. We need to understand the causes of this complex problem to prevent further damage to teeth. Q: What is tooth enamel erosion? A: Acid erosion begins with enamel...
  • UM BWMC Hosts Seminar Series On Mental Health

    On Wednesday, September 28, University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (UM BWMC) mental health experts Sandeep Sidana and Kurt Haspert will provide a free seminar titled “Finding Hope: The Underlying Causes of Mental Health Disorders” at 6:30pm at UM BWMC’s Leo...

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