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  • Weekend Events August 3-5

    Happy Friday! There’s a lot going on around town this weekend. Whether you’re looking for music (indoor or outdoor), live theater or something active, we’ve got you covered. Have a fun and safe weekend, Pasadena!   Friday, August 3   Bucs Cheer Spirit Week at...
  • Weekend Events July 27-29

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! It looks like the rain is going to let up just in time for the weekend! Time to shed your rain gear and enjoy the sun while it lasts. Plenty of activities are going on around town this weekend, from live music to theater to outdoor events. In addition, the Annapolis Rising...
  • Weekend Events July 13-15

    Happy Friday, Pasadena! Whether you’re looking for theatre, fitness, live music or something else entirely, there’s plenty going on around town this weekend. Here are our highlights:   Friday, July 13   Friday  Night Paint Night at Artsy Partsy. 4:00-8:00pm...
  • Pasadena Real Estate Market Remains Solid

    Low housing inventory, high demand and strong employment continue to support a solid residential real estate market in the Pasadena area. “Things are a little slow right now, but we’re still pretty busy over here – no question about it,” said Don Gurney, a broker at...
  • Local Athletes Compete In Maryland Special Olympics Summer Games

    A Pasadena resident, 29-year-old Megan Diaz has competed in Special Olympics since she was 13. Her favorite aspects of Special Olympics are the competition with peers, making friends and seeing her coaches. “Megan has made lifetime friends, and we have made lifetime friends,” said...
  • County Council Tweaks FY2019 Budget To Add Teachers

    When County Executive Steve Schuh presented his $1.59 billion Fiscal Year 2019 budget proposal in May, he highlighted pay increases for police and teachers, major investments in roads and a property tax cut. As the seven-member county council put its stamp on the budget, which was finalized June...
  • Music Helps Man Cope After Fatal House Fire

    In his dreams, he battled gangs and was dragged to a parking lot where cinderblocks were piled on his hands. When he woke up, he realized the nightmare was just beginning. Two months before — on March 10, 2017 — Guy F. Ringler was sleeping when the Sharonville rancher he grew up in...
  • National Night Out Builds Bridges Between Police, Residents

    From a distance, National Night Out resembles a carnival — children’s games dotting a parking lot, a dunking booth, hordes of people shuffling from table to table — but beyond the entertainment, the annual rain-or-shine event reinforces an important message: communities are safest...
  • Pasadena Resident Volunteers, Donates To Positively Impact Community

    Randi Hautala has been fortunate enough to travel all over — not only the country, but the world. During her travels, she notices what’s going on behind the tourist curtain. “I see what is happening all over. I will not close my eyes to this,” Hautala said. “I...
  • Editor’s Voice

    Sometimes I’ll get an email or a phone call from somebody to tell me about an event or a project or some other bit of news from around town. “Did you know about this?” the person will say. I’ll often answer, “I do now.” Because there are many times I like to...
  • With Family By His Side, Pasadena Man Bravely Battles ALS

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known ALS, is a disease that affects the nervous system, weakening muscles and impairing physical function. While Stephen Hawking is perhaps the most famous person who has been affected by this disease, Pasadena has an example closer to home: Derek...
  • Wanted: Mitten Crabs Found In Local Waterways

    After Anne Arundel County’s Facebook page posted a wanted flyer for mitten crabs, the post quickly racked up shares and garnered a lot of attention. However, the message wasn’t entirely clear: There is nothing to be afraid of, and you may never find any mitten crabs. This summer,...
  • Pasadena Native Fundraises For Stem Cell Transplant

    Laura English had been healthy her whole life, so when she had persistent back pain, she knew something was up. During multiple visits, the doctors insisted English was fine: She had a herniated disk or pulled muscle. But the pain wouldn’t go away, so English pushed back. “The key...
  • Family And Environment Preservation Are Paramount In Sylvan View

    When the word “view” is in the name of your community, chances are that there is some stunning scenery to be seen. Residents in Sylvan View claim they have the best view of the Magothy River, and the stunning community beach just might seal the deal. The community is located on a...
  • The New Bodkin Creek Cartop Boat Launch At Downs Park

    The Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks has done an outstanding job granting kayakers and canoeists access to the waters of the Chesapeake Bay. Indeed, with 533 miles of shoreline, Anne Arundel County is a prime area for paddlers. The county has obliged their interests with 20...
  • PBA Donates $10,000 To Historic Hancock’s Resolution

    With the publication of two history books, “Between Two Rivers” in 1999 and “The Pasadena Peninsula” in 2001, the Pasadena Business Association realized profits beyond its normal operating budget. These profits were then earmarked for member benefits, community assistance...
  • Weekend Events July 6-8

    Happy Friday! We hope you had a happy and safe Fourth of July! It looks like the heat will break this weekend, which will make all outdoor activities more enjoyable. However, if you’re looking for something to do indoors, check out some of the local theaters for the summer productions....
  • Earleigh Heights Carnival Returns For Summer Run

    Come one, come all! The annual Earleigh Heights carnival is returning for its 10-day run this summer. The carnival has been around for more than 70 of Earleigh Heights’ 100 years in service. “It’s been a staple of the community for so long, and it’s grown over the...
  • Weekend Events June 29-July 1

    It’s the weekend before the Fourth of July, which means there’s a bunch of family-friendly activities and events taking place! Look at all of the things you can do this weekend to kick off your celebration of Independence Day:   Saturday, June 30   Saturday Morning...
  • Where To Watch The Fireworks This Fourth Of JulyExclusive

    Ah, the Fourth of July — a time to celebrate America with cookouts, boat excursions and, of course, incredible fireworks. This year, there are several nearby fireworks displays that will give attendees a bright and stimulating spectacle. Sherwood Forest Fireworks on the Severn River, July...
  • Weekend Events June 22-24

    It's the first official weekend of the summer! And the forecast is clouded with rain, but what else is new? Check out these highlights of happenings around town this weekend: Friday, June 22   SPAN Fundraiser at Chuck E. Cheese’s. 12:00-9:00pm. More info here....
  • Weekend Events June 15-17

    Happy Friday! Don't look now, but we're supposed to be clear of rain all weekend! Apply your sunscreen and get outside to enjoy the weather this Father's Day weekend.  Friday, June 15   All-Star Games at Lake Shore Youth Baseball. 6:00pm. More info here....
  • PBA’s Annual Scholarships Help Advance The Opportunities Of Pasadena Graduates

    With their lengthy list of accomplishments — academic honors, volunteerism, club leadership, sports victories and so forth — it’s easy to forget that the recipients of the Pasadena Business Association’s scholarships are only recent high school graduates. A possible...
  • No Need To Panic: Pasadena’s Flood Problems Differ From Ellicott City

    When Pasadena’s neighbor just up Route 100, Ellicott City, was struck by another devastating flash flood over Memorial Day weekend, it left many people in Maryland and across the country concerned. How could what meteorologists described in 2016 as a once-in-a-thousand-year storm happen twice in...
  • Development Bills Gain Widespread Support At County Council Meetings

    With citizen input throughout the fall and winter, Anne Arundel County commenced the General Development Plan (GDP) process, which, upon its adoption by the county council in late 2019, will guide land use decisions for the next 20 years. While the council will have some new faces in 2019 thanks...


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