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Brookfield On The Magothy Is Off The Grid, But Near Everything

Brookfield on the Magothy, like so many other waterfront communities in Pasadena, was originally populated by summer vacation cottages. more

Editor’s Voice

Some of you who know me personally may have already heard that after this issue of the paper, I’m stepping down from my role as editor of the Pasadena Voice to pursue other endeavors. more

Mary Vogelsang Uses Nursing Background To Nurture Kids

For about 10 years, Mary Vogelsang has been active with Vacation Bible School at Pasadena United Methodist Church (PUMC). This year’s VBS, with the theme “To Mars and Beyond,” ran from August 5-9. more

Remember When? Name This Pasadena Site

This month, we’re asking readers to name this beach. Opened in 1933, it served as a weekend destination for Baltimore-area families. more

Local Residents Welcome New County Planning And Zoning Director

Steve Kaii-Ziegler brings nearly three decades of experience leading planning efforts in Charles, Frederick, Harford and Queen Anne’s counties. more

National Night Out Gets Neighborhoods To See Beyond The Badge

National Night Out was brought to the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company in the Eastern District five years ago because law enforcement officials want the community to see them as a resource, not as an enemy. more

“Partisan” Decision Revives Workforce Housing In Anne Arundel County

This July, the council debated County Executive Steuart Pittman’s proposal, Bill 54-19, to allow developers to build 22 units of housing per acre in R5, R10 and R15 residential zones, and in commercial and industrial zones, under certain conditions. more

Dressed As Iron Man, Motor Corey Spreads Kindness Around Pasadena

Corey Adams has been dressing as the superhero while doling out random acts of kindness for the last four months. more

Chesapeake Christian Center Excited For Future With New Pastor

The Rev. Jonathan Fuson and his wife, Missy, moved to Pasadena from North Carolina when he was named the lead pastor at Chesapeake Christian Center in April 2019. more

New Galilee Pastor Has Followed His Father’s Footsteps

Galilee Lutheran Church welcomed the Rev. Matt Hilpert as its new pastor in July. Hilpert described the service as a day of joy and appreciation. more

CHS Class of 1979 To Hold 40-Year Reunion

The Chesapeake High School class of 1979 will celebrate its 40-year reunion with a casual affair on Saturday, September 14, from 12:30pm to 4:30pm at Kurtz’s Beach. more

Veterans Tribute Wall Ceremony Brings Stories Of Love And Patriotism

Each of these veterans is now represented on the Veterans Tribute Wall, which hangs in the Chesapeake Bay Room in the administrative building on the Pasadena campus. more

PHOTO GALLERY: National Night Out

Local residents, first responders and vendors all came together on August 6 to celebrate the Eastern District Police Station's National Night Out event at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company. more

MLL Players Visit Pediatric Wing At AAMC

Before the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game in Annapolis on Saturday, July 27, three players visited the pediatric emergency department at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Although Craig Costabile … more

Join Us For The Severna Park Voice Job Fair

We're holding a job fair on Tuesday, July 30, from 11:00am to 2:00pm at the Severna Park Library. We will be looking for writers, photographers, videographers, content managers, social media experts … more

Visioning Anne Arundel Offers Blueprint For Future Growth

The meetings allowed community members to prioritize remaining recommendations from the Small Area Plan and 2009 GDP looking toward 2040. more

Dobbins Island: A Jewel Of The Magothy

Dobbins Island has long been what local historian Marianne Taylor described as a “focal point for rendezvous” and “a center of social life” on the Magothy River. more

Slow Start To Crabbing Season Shouldn’t Last Long

They’re known as “beautiful swimmers,” but to watermen on the Chesapeake Bay, blue crabs have been elusive swimmers so far this summer. more

Remember When?

Take a look around Pasadena and you might not notice any monumental changes, but longtime residents may remember a different way of life. more

Margueritte Mills Volunteer of the Month: Jesse Burroughs

Jesse Burroughs Has Been A Steal For Havenwood Softball more
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