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  • Chesapeake Honor Wall Inducts Inaugural Four Members

    In the 40 years since it opened, Chesapeake High School has nurtured the abilities and ambitions of many students. Some have pursued veterinary medicine, zoology, waste management or information technology; they have gone on to become business leaders, volunteers, mentors and game changers. A...
  • “If You’re Alive Today, There’s Hope”

    Pasadena Residents On The Importance Of Overdose Awareness Day Kristin Edwards was addicted to heroin for seven years, but the addiction didn’t just steal her freedom. “My mom didn’t die from overdose, she died from cardiac arrest,” said Edwards, who lost her mom three...
  • Sick Wildlife Sightings Leave Citizens Concerned

    Public Departments Can Help, But Which One To Call Depends On The Situation Riviera Beach resident Laura Barefoot was concerned when she noticed her dog had started losing his hair and was itching himself constantly. “The vet diagnosed him with mange, and asked whether he’d been in...
  • Announcing Our Second Annual Pasadena Trivia Contest

    Follow Us On Facebook, Answer Correctly, Win A Twain’s Tavern Gift Card! Here at the Pasadena Voice, we appreciate that our readers love to be in the know about what’s happening in their community. It’s great that proud teachers and parents like to share articles about their kids...
  • CHS PTSA Is “Ac-Counting” On New President Carrie Petersen

    When stepping into the role of president of the Chesapeake High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) this summer, Carrie Petersen had no misgivings about her first priority. “They had 77 members last year and about 15 were teachers,” Petersen said of the PTSA. “So...
  • Editor’s Voice

    When I often describe the Voice to out-of-towners or people who are unfamiliar with our paper, I find myself using phrases like “feel-good news” or “just the good news, but none of the bad stuff.” The reality is that we don’t completely ignore the bad news — how...
  • Fourth Annual Lifeline100 Pedals Through Anne Arundel County This October

    Check your brakes, inflate your tires and oil your chain. The fourth annual Lifeline100 Century Ride through Anne Arundel County is set to start and finish at Kinder Farm Park on October 1. The ride features several course options from a bike rodeo to 100 scenic miles through Anne Arundel County,...
  • Pasadena Girl To Set Sail With Elsa And Anna

    Sidney Iubelt is like most 11-year-old girls. She loves to swim and read, take airplane rides and attend the theater. She’s silly and loves to tell jokes. And, of course, Sidney loves Anna and Elsa from the Disney movie “Frozen.” She hopes to see her favorite princesses on an...
  • Demo Begins On Coconut Charlie’s Structure

    The charred remnants of a two-alarm fire that ripped through Coconut Charlie’s restaurant on July 28 will soon be removed to make way for a new structure on the site. On Wednesday, September 13, demolition crews began the arduous task of carefully removing damaged or destroyed materials....
  • After Harvey, Pasadena Woman Helps Texas Get Back On Its Paws

    Jess Buss couldn’t just sit back and watch anymore. Countless images and videos showing the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana continued to fill the news channels and social media around her. “It was kind of horrific,” said Buss, a Pasadena native. A...
  • Neighborhood Of The Month: Long Point

    Long Point on the Magothy is an elongated community at the end of Long Point Road in Pasadena, pointing into the Cornfield Creek to the north and the Magothy River to the south, and just northeast of Sillery Bay. The peaceful community consists of approximately 400 homes. Residents enjoy more than...
  • Community Briefs

    North Shore Feast Set For September 23 North Shore on the Magothy is gearing up for its annual crab feast fundraiser on Saturday, September 23, starting at 3:00pm on the community beach. The menu will include steamed crabs, fried chicken, pit beef, corn on the cob, and cold beer, soda and water....
  • Letter To The Editor: We Need A Crosswalk

    For years, I have watched children cross the street without a crosswalk or a crossing guard at the intersection of Notley Road and Duvall Highway. I have seen children almost get hit by fast-moving cars on Duvall because there are no signs, crosswalk or yield signs posted indicating that this is a...
  • Pasadena Residents Named U.S. Coast Guard Civilian Employees Of The Year

    The commandant of the United States Coast Guard recently announced the selection of three employees of the U.S. Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore as the Coast Guard Civilian Employees of the Year. Two honorees are residents of Pasadena. Adam Cole, Yard structural group supervisor, is the Coast Guard...
  • Literacy Council To Hold Walk-A-Thon Fundraiser October 7

    The Anne Arundel County Literacy Council (AACLC) will hold its Literacy Lights the Way 5K walk-a-thon on Saturday, October 7, from 8:30am to 11:00am. The walk will take place on the B&A Trail between Marley Station Mall and Jumpers Hole Road in Glen Burnie. Participants are encouraged to dress...
  • Events For Adults And Teens At The Mountain Road Community LibraryExclusive

    Tuesday, October 24, at 7:00 pm One Maryland One Book Discussion: “Purple Hibiscus” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie The One Maryland One Book program is designed to bring together diverse people in communities across the state through the shared experience of reading the same book. The...
  • Mandy Arnold Carries On Legacy Of Partners In Care

    From a young age, Mandy Arnold knew she wanted to help seniors – it was only a matter of in what capacity she was going to do it. Although she spent several years in the medical field, she found that some of her colleagues didn’t show the same unwavering respect that she did for those...
  • New Bello Machre Home Dedicated In MillersvilleExclusive

    In honor of Charles and Norma Irish, the Bello Machre home located on Brookwood Road in Millersville was dedicated as the Charles and Norma Irish Home in August. Charles began his involvement with Bello Machre in 1995. With generosity spanning over two decades, his gifts totaled more than $360,000...
  • Where And How To Donate To Victims Of Hurricane HarveyExclusive

    If you’ve been following the news of Hurricane Harvey’s devastation in Houston Texas and your heart is broken, you’re not alone — but you can make a difference for the victims. Here’s a list of just a few places in Anne Arundel County that are collecting money and/or...
  • Events Around The ‘DenaExclusive

    We’ve got a roundup of local events that are sure to keep you off the couch this Labor Day weekend.   Friday, September 1 Mach 3 At Mike’s Crab House North Mike’s Crab House North 1402 Colony Road, Pasadena 5:00pm-9:00pm Mach 3 will host their inaugural performance at...
  • Events Around The ‘Dena

    We’ve got a roundup of local events that are sure to keep you off the couch this weekend.   All Weekend Cirque du Soleil OVO Royal Farms Arena 201 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore August 25-27 at various times To learn more about this ecosystem-themed show, visit www....
  • Coterie Boutique Breaks The Mold For Women’s Fashion In Maryland

    When Bess Clark told people she was going to open up a women’s clothing boutique in Pasadena, many people told her, “Good luck.” But Clark had a vision, and as a transplant from California, she saw a need. Many stores carried either clothing cut for younger bodies or else...
  • Ravens Roosts Relish Football, Community Service

    By season’s end, the Baltimore Ravens will hoist the Lombardi trophy, according to some members of Ravens Roost 65. Those who see through “purple glasses” in Ravens Roost 75 agree, while others have a more cautious wait-and-see attitude. The president of Roost 129 is Super Bowl...
  • How Would You Break In?

    AACPD’s Home Security Survey Gives Citizens Insight On How To Target Harden Their Homes Against Burglary   No city or town, not even Pasadena, is invulnerable to crime.   “I don’t think it’s as bad as some areas,” said Kathy Bearden, a...
  • An Angel Returns Home

    Pasadena Remembers Joyce Clocker Some people knew Joyce Clocker as an employer, and others knew her as a fellow church member, or else as a volunteer, or a philanthropist, or even as a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister or wife. But however people knew the matriarch of the Clocker...

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