February 22, 2018
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  • WATCH: Chesapeake's Downin Drains 60-Foot Shot In Win Over Arundel

    When Chesapeake girls basketball team defeated Arundel 70-31 on January 3, highlights were plenty. Brooke Worrell led all scorers with 28 points to go with 14 rebounds and 5 steals. The Cougars’ Corrine Castle (11 points, 11 rebounds), Ashley Chew (8 points, 5 steals) and Summer Smith (5...
  • Shop Local This Holiday Season At The Providence CenterExclusive

    The Gifts That Give Shop Helps Support The Providence Center And Its Mission

     

    Are you looking for local and handmade gifts this holiday season? The Providence Center’s Gifts that Give shop employs a local potter, Ashley Wright, and woodworker, Peter Petruk, to create items for...

  • Megan Baker Creates Viral Rap Parody

    “I’m the mom. You’re my little kid. I make all the rules.”

     

    Is this relatable? Does it sound familiar?

     

    Megan Baker, 27, raps the line in her parody version of “Bodak Yellow.” Baker’s parody reworks the song to focus on...

  • Miracle Comes To Magothy BeachExclusive

    Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille Partnered With Famous Miracle Holiday Pop-Up Bar Franchise

    Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille is holding a holiday pop-up bar throughout December.
    However, this isn’t the average pop up bar.
    Mutiny partnered with Miracle, the New York-based...

  • Chesapeake High Students Tackle Real-World Problems With Science Fair ProjectsExclusive

    What type of food produces the most energy? Which aquifer has the best-tasting well water in Anne Arundel County? Do you clot?
    These are just some of the questions Chesapeake High students sought to answer with their science fair projects, which were on display in the school’s media center...
  • Come In, We’re OpenExclusive

    Your Favorite Waterfront Establishments Are Open Year-Round
    Your boat is winterized, the water is frozen over and your winter coat is now an everyday essential.
    But you don’t have to wait until the summer months to enjoy waterfront dining. These Anne Arundel County restaurants are open for...
  • One More Time: Chesapeake Girls Are State Champs Again

    From the moment the Chesapeake field hockey program began its offseason workouts, to the first day of practice in August, to every point throughout its outstanding 2017 season, the mission was clear: Bring home another state championship.
    After a 2-0 defeat of C. Milton Wright in the Class 3A...
  • PSC U12 Dynasty Go Unbeaten, Win Tournament Title

    An undefeated regular season and a tournament championship are the marks achieved this fall by the Pasadena Soccer Club U12 Dynasty boys soccer team.
    The team of Jack Angyelof, Colin Servinsky, Keegan Laird, Cooper Uleckas-Meisinger, Brody Reeves, Caleb Adams, Daniel Adams, Hayden Dorr, Brayden...
  • Pasadena Players Honored With Buzz Platt Award

    Every year the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association presents the Buzz Platt Player Award to a select group of 13U players. One 13U player from each organization receives the award, which is named after the founder of the AAYFA, in recognition of his excellence in play, character and...
  • Storm Clouds Are Raging: PSC U11 Girls Win November Cup

    The PSC Storm U11 girls soccer team elevated its level of play to win a tournament championship at the November Cup in Crownsville by going 3-0 at the tournament and defeating Arundel Soccer Association on penalties in the championship game.
    Following a 4-2-4 season in the top division of their...
  • Chesapeake Football Ends Resurgent Season With Playoff Appearance

    As time goes on it will become clearer and clearer just how impressive the Chesapeake football team’s 2017 season was.
    The Cougars’ 27-24 defeat to Long Reach in the Class 3A playoffs on November 10 was a disappointing end to a season that reasserted Chesapeake’s newfound place...
  • PSC '09 United Girls Represent With Bethesda Cup Title

    The Pasadena Soccer Club ’09 United girls soccer team produced an outstanding fall campaign, pairing a strong regular season in the Central Maryland Soccer Association with a championship-winning performance at the Bethesda Premier Cup in mid-November.
    The PSC United roster of Kalli Brandon...
  • Panthers, CYLA To Merge

    Panthers Athletic Club and Chesapeake Youth Lacrosse Association are merging.
    After a period of consideration, the decision was made this fall that joining the two organizations will benefit individual youth athletes, their families, both organizations and the Pasadena community as a whole....
  • Chesapeake Girls Soccer Falls Short in Region Final

    COLUMBIA, Md −- For the second year in a row, the Chesapeake girls soccer team saw its playoff hopes halted in the state region final.
    After playoff wins against Northeast and J.M. Bennett, the Cougars fell 1-0 to Atholton High School on a cold and rainy evening of playoff soccer on November...
  • Community Contributors: Jing Ying Silent Auction To Benefit Alzheimer’s Association

    Nancy And Billy Greer Continue Charitable Doings In Their 14th Annual Silent Auction
    The Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi is holding its 14th annual silent auction. Though past years’ donations went to SPAN, this year’s funds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s...
  • PBA Update

    We honored our veterans at the seventh annual Veterans Day ceremony. This is one of my favorite events that the PBA does. In a very small way, it gives me the opportunity to show support and thank the men and women who did and do protect this country. Every veteran had the opportunity to stand and...
  • Community Contributors: Sanders Diamond Jewelers Holds Raffle To Fund Enviro Loos In Africa

    As a Rotarian for 23 years and a two-time president of the Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Club, Larry Sanders has witnessed a great lack of basic resources for people both at home and abroad. Yet not many needs have trumped those of the people in South Africa.
    According to the Africa Foundation...
  • A.M. Gable Keeps Pasadena Comfortable

    It’s not glamorous, but it’s important — that’s how Karin Gable describes the HVAC industry, which she entered 30 years ago with her husband, Alan, to operate A.M. Gable Heating & Cooling, Pasadena’s go-to company for all comfort-care decisions for residential and...
  • Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille Gets New Home In Pasadena

    The five partners behind Mutiny Pirate Bar & Island Grille gathered with fellow members of the Pasadena Business Association for a formal ribbon cutting for their new location. After many years tucked away on a residential street in Glen Burnie, Mutiny is now located at 33 Magothy Beach Road,...
  • Sanders Jewelers Relocates To Magothy Plaza

    Larry Sanders, owner of Sanders Diamond Jewelers, was proud to show off his new location following a move to Pastore’s Plaza earlier in the fall. The full-service jeweler now leases approximately 5,000 square feet of space, making it one of the largest independent jewelers in Maryland. The...
  • 2017 Was Quite The Year

    I love watching baseball. I always have. The World Series is something that I particularly enjoy watching every year. This year, we were lucky enough to have a great World Series with the Dodgers versus the Astros. What is interesting, however, is that this was much more than simply the National...
  • Getting Joy From Seeing Happiness In Those Around Us

    I hope that everyone had a happy and safe Thanksgiving; it is one of my favorite holidays and I cannot believe it has come and gone so fast. This year in general has really gone by fast. Tree-lighting ceremonies are being held throughout the county these last few weeks, many people were out getting...
  • What Water Independence Means For Our County

    Recently, we celebrated a historic milestone for Anne Arundel County: water independence. Now, as a result of these infrastructure upgrades, county government can directly supply every resident on public water with top-grade county-treated water.
    This landmark breakthrough is yet another example...
  • A Case For Shopping Local This Holiday Season

    It might be hard to believe, but the 2017 holiday season is upon us. Whether you do most of your shopping early or you’re a procrastinator, time is running short to cross everything off your wish lists.
    In my opinion, there’s no better place to do that than at your local independent...
  • ‘Tis The Season To Protect Yourself And Your Property

    It’s that time of year. You know, the time you open your wallet more than you care to, to pull out your debit card and buy gift after gift. It’s vital to take a few easy steps to protect the gifts you have to buy, your other personal belongings and, most importantly, yourself and your...

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