January 26, 2015
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  • Editor's Voice

    Editor’s Voice
    By Hayley Gable Bowerman, @hayleygable

    Six years ago, I started writing for a publication that was brand new to the community I’d grown up in. The Pasadena Voice – along with my new byline – made its debut in February 2009, and an instant connection was made.
    When I graduated from college, I never, ever once thought to myself that I'd take a job that was based in and centered around my hometown. Many of my friends at the time joked about getting out of the “Pasadena bubble” at some point, and  here I was, about to take on a role that would require me to not only live here, but to be completely...


  • The 80-lb Pasadena Bucs defeated Cape St. Claire 39-7 in the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association 80-lbs National Division championship game at Chesapeake High School on November 16 to finish the league season undefeated at 12-0.

    Bucs Crush Cape In Title Game, 39-7

    The 80-lb Pasadena Buccaneers football team put a championship finish on an undefeated league season on November 16, trouncing the Cape St. Claire Cougars, 39-7, in the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association 80-lbs National Division title game at Chesapeake High School. Two rushing touchdowns...


  • PBA Update

    Our fourth-annual Veterans Day ceremony was spent with our veterans and their families on a beautiful November day. We are very honored to be able to provide the venue for this ceremony. This year, we had all the veterans stand and state their name and when and where they served, and we presented them with a medallion from their particular branch of service.
    I ran into one of the veterans several days later, and he stated that he really did not want to go to the ceremony but his wife made him. He then tearfully told me that he was so proud to be able to stand up and announce his service to our country and he will be with us for years to come at the ceremony. He thanked me for the...

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  • Council Takes Action On Hotly Contested Bills

    Following hours of debate and testimony at its meeting on Monday, January 5, the County Council took action on a pair of bills that elicited intense scrutiny from the public.
    In a 4-3 vote, the council approved Bill 82-14, which limits some special zoning exceptions for workforce housing developments and effectively prohibits projects similar to the controversial and now defunct Earleigh Station Apartments proposal.
    Bill 80-14, which dealt with the use of taxes generated by Special Community Benefit Districts (SCBD), was withdrawn by Councilman Jerry Walker following more than an hour of unanimous opposition during the bill’s public comment period.
    Walker said his bill grew from an...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska: Fluoride Isn’t Just For Kids

    In upcoming months, I will answer questions on high-technology dentistry. Please direct inquiries to my website at www.cranska.com or email familylaserdentistry@outlook.com with your questions.
    Fluoride Isn’t Just For Kids
    A person’s health care needs change throughout a lifetime. Different concerns exist as we age. Tooth breakdown, sensitivity and decay continue to affect adults as we live longer and keep our natural teeth.
    We need to develop and use new treatment modalities to maintain and protect oral health throughout our lifetimes.
    Q: I thought I had to be concerned with only my children getting cavities; why do I have tooth decay?
    A: Dentistry and...
  • Preparing Your Body For Baby

    So you are thinking about having a baby, but is your body ready to handle the changes it will face? Pregnancy is a time of great joy and happiness, but it is also a time of change in a woman’s body because of increased hormones and the growth of the baby. Women should take extra care of...
  • Hypertensive Retinopathy Predicts Stroke Risk

    During your regular eye exam, we thoroughly and carefully exam the tiny blood vessels in your retina. This exam is never more important than in seniors and others who have high blood pressure, other vascular disease and diabetes. For patients with hypertension, or high blood pressure, one of the...
  • Know Your ABC’s For A Pain-Free Holiday Season

    ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Unless you are in pain, that is. If you are like most Americans this holiday season, you will walk the malls, shop for groceries, haul heavy bags and prepare yummy meals only to wake up the next day to feel the pain. This year, you can add more joy and energy to...

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