February 26, 2017
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  • Cast Your Vote For The Best Of Pasadena

    Our annual Best of Pasadena contest is back, and we’re excited to hear from you what businesses and organizations are worthy of being called the best in town. Voting is open now through Friday, April 7, and the winners will be announced in our April 20 edition. Cast your vote either by...


  • Joe Seidler and Cameron Christian fought for position during the Cougars' victory over the Eagles on February 10.

    Chesapeake Boys Win Rivalry Rematch On Senior Night

    On records alone, the Chesapeake boys basketball team could have been considered the underdog when it hosted rival Northeast on February 10. The Cougars, sitting on three wins, faced a challenge against a nine-win Eagle team that had won the teams’ prior meeting 53-40 at Northeast on January...
  • Chesapeake's Mikaela Gray and Northeast's Sabrina Benge tussled for rebounding position during the Cougars' win on February 10.

    Season Complete, Chesapeake Girls Primed For Playoff Run

    A spirited atmosphere set the stage for the Chesapeake girls basketball team’s 47-19 win over Northeast on February 12 as the Cougars celebrated senior night in style by surpassing last year’s 16-9 season win total and improving to 17-3 overall. Chesapeake’s center-forward duo of...
  • Brandon LeBarron had 30 of Northeast's 72 points in the Eagles victory over Chesapeake on February 10.

    Northeast JV Boys Blitz Chesapeake, 72-35

    Electric guard play and a suffocating full-court press powered the Northeast JV boys basketball team to an emphatic rivalry win on February 10 as the Eagles knocked off the visiting Chesapeake Cougars 72-35. Northeast shooting guard Brandon LeBarron was unstoppable throughout the contest and put...
  • (L-R) The 2017 Northeast Athletic Hall of Fame inductees are Andy Srebroski, Joe Brockmeyer, Kristin Briggs, Jennifer Johansen and Kristy Zulka

    Northeast Athletics Inducts 2017 Hall of Fame Class

    Northeast Athletics in cooperation with the NHS Athletic Captains Club hosted a Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, January 28. Master of Ceremonies Al Kohlhafer read tributes to each of this year's inductees, which included Joe Brockmeyer (class of 1969; football, basketball and track...


  • PBA Update

    The Pasadena Business Association is where membership meets opportunity. By being a member, you can grow your business and improve the community. Here are some great reasons to join PBA.
    1. Monthly meeting with your peers: Networking, critical community information, business education, legislative issues — these are all things that can have a direct impact on your business. Meet people, make contacts and have your voice heard.
    2. E-newsletter: Keep up with what's going on! Legislative, business and community issues are highlighted and discussed.
    3. Membership listing on the website and in the printed PBA directory: The guide is essential for Pasadena residents seeking goods or...

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  • Pasadena Painter Chris Davenport Colors Life With A Unique Perspective

    Blast From The Past

    Have you ever read a great novel, only to be dismayed at the discovery of a cliffhanger? Have you ever glanced over a news article, only to wonder what happened to the child prodigy with Broadway aspirations or the old lady who lived in a shoe? (OK, maybe that last example wasn’t from a news...
  • In “Silence,” Liam Neeson’s Father Ferreira renounces his faith after his experience in Japan.

    Scorcese Asks But Does Not Answer: Do We Pray To God, Or To Silence?

    I have been anticipating “Silence” for months. Having had my own experiences with faith at Severna Park Evangelical Presbyterian Church (SPEP) for many years and majored in Japanese in college, the spiritually themed film, set in Japan, seemed promising on multiple fronts. I was not...
  • Chuck Dick, artistic director of Pasadena Theatre Company, has appeared with the company in the roles of Daddy Warbucks in “Annie,” Ebenezer Scrooge in “A Christmas Carol,” Benjamin Franklin in “1776” and Sir Thomas More in “A Man for All Seasons.” As he battles cancer, Dick has stayed positive by focusing on his love of theater and planning for the troupe’s summer production of “Godspell.”

    A Love Of Theater Helps Chuck Dick Pull The Curtain Down On Cancer

    Chuck Dick is a man whose life is lived in the spotlight. For nearly all of his life, he has served as an actor, director, teacher or some combination of the three. Currently, Dick serves as the artistic director for Pasadena Theatre Company. Last year, though, that role was changed, and Dick was...

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • Group Homes

    A few weeks ago, my office received numerous phone calls and emails from residents in my district who were concerned about the possibility of a sober living facility moving into their neighborhood. Being their representative, I heard all of their concerns, which ranged from an increasing crime rate to a lowering of property value of their homes. I understand their concerns and tried to find a way to address them without taking away the opportunity for recovering addicts to get better in a safe environment.
    The Fair Housing Act, as amended in 1988, prohibits housing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status and national origin. I am in favor of...
  • Payment In Lieu Of Taxes

    When examining any economic development agreements that could benefit the citizens of Anne Arundel County, we need to pursue the best outcome for taxpayers. We need to partner with entities that can assist the county in providing extraordinary public benefits to residents. The proposed Payment in...
  • Working With Governor Hogan

    Each session has its unique attributes, and this session is no different. There is a sense that we can really improve the quality of life for Marylanders under the leadership of Governor Larry Hogan. The governor has asked for assistance from senators and delegates from both sides of the aisle....
  • Immigration Issues Are Out Of Control

    While I certainly do not condone the breaking of laws to enter our country, I can understand why many would choose that risk to improve their lives. That being said, we should not give citizenship benefits to illegal immigrants. The federal government has categorically dropped the ball on this...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Five Signs Of Dental Disease In Your Pet

    Many times, you’ve probably looked at your pets and thought, “I wish they could talk to me!” Well, your animals may not be able to actually talk, but they are probably communicating in other ways.
    The No. 1 disease affecting pets is periodontal disease, or in other terms, a mouthful of really bad toothaches! More than 60 percent of animals have periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years old, so chances are that your baby has some level of plaque, tartar, gingivitis or disease below the gum line.
    Below are the top five ways your pet may tell you that he or she is in pain. If you notice any of these signs, contact your veterinarian to schedule an exam. Don’t...
  • Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy

    Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is the treatment of hormonal imbalances seen during peri-menopause and menopause, utilizing the identical forms of hormones that are found in the human body. This natural means of supporting women’s health does not use animal hormones, and for...
  • Six Dental Technologies For 2017

    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 upcoming...
  • ChoiceOne And UM BWMC Partner To Offer Accessible Urgent Care Services

    ChoiceOne Urgent Care LLC is partnering with the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (UM BWMC) to open its first Anne Arundel County location on Friday, March 3, at 8:00am. The ChoiceOne Urgent Care Severna Park center is located at 500-B Ritchie Highway, on the corner of...

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