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  • Weekend Events September 21-23

    Happy Friday! Here’s to a (hopefully!) rain-free weekend! Things are really picking up around town, and there’s a lot going on! Whether you’re looking for an outdoor concert or to give back to the community, there’s something for you. Here are our weekend highlights:...

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  • PBA Update

    The Pasadena Business Association had to move its golf tournament from September 12 to September 27 due to this nasty weather. The proceeds from this tournament go into the community assistance fund, which supports the fifth-grade straight-A lunch, Education Excellence Awards, school supply drive, scholarships, Veterans Day ceremony, Caring & Sharing Parade, tree lighting, A Child’s Christmas, a Friends of Downs Park donation, a Friends of Hancock’s Resolution donation, National Night Out, the flag site at Route 100 and Mountain Road, and much more. This tournament is open to the public, and every player receives a voucher for a complimentary future round of golf (no cart)....
  • The Office Bar & Grill is celebrating its sixth year in business this October.

    Pasadena Staple The Office Celebrates Six Years

    “Where everybody knows your name.” For many, the phrase draws to mind the ‘90s show “Cheers,” but the same sense of tight-knit community can be found on Mountain Road at The Office Bar & Grill. “Everyone in here knows everybody, and if you don’t...
  • ExpressCare Takes The Hassle Out Of Health Care

    Illness and injury don’t wait until it’s a convenient time for you to visit your doctor. And when it’s not a convenient time, it’s good to know that ExpressCare Urgent Care Centers are there — even in the evening and on the weekend, with no appointment necessary....
  • Pay Yourself First When Planning For Retirement

    My father is the best man I know. He was the type of father who led by example. He was not the person to constantly tell me what to do or how to do things. He would show me how to do things by doing them. He was the epitome of “do what I do.” One of his mottoes was “pay yourself...

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  • Riviera Beach Elementary teacher Eric Bellarin collected more than 60 books from Facebook friends and family this summer to donate to his fifth-grade students at the beginning of the school year.

    Friends Nationwide Donate Books To RBES Teacher

    Riviera Beach Elementary School teacher Eric Bellarin posted a simple request to Facebook: Would anyone be willing to donate a book to his fifth-grade class? Bellarin hoped for 27 books, one for each of his students. He ended up with more than 60. The additional books went to the other fifth-...
  • Meghan Fraifelds, a physical education and health teacher at Solley and Pershing Hill elementary schools, brings her equipment with her to both schools.

    A Look Inside The Schedule Of An Itinerant Teacher

    Itinerant teachers make up a key part of schools’ staff. These teachers travel between schools, teaching classes at multiple buildings during the day or week. These teachers face unique challenges that come with not having one base school — or even classroom — that they report...
  • For Chesapeake volleyball player Kexin Wang, being a senior comes with more responsibility but also more determination to succeed at sports.

    Fall Activities Are Back In Full Swing, Cougar Style

    What would the start of the school year be like without sports and clubs? We went to the seniors at Chesapeake High for answers. Early August signaled the start of many fall sports, an exciting time for all high school fall athletes but also a bittersweet time for seniors. Lindsey Peterson is in...

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  • Letter To The Editor: Misleading HeadingExclusive

    If readers failed to read the entire recent article titled “Chesapeake Bay Health Improves As Government Reduces Enforcement,” they might think the bay is improving without government funding. This is erroneous, as the bill to reduce funding has not passed out of Congress. The bay and rivers in Maryland are not in good health. For example, many of our Maryland rivers received a failing grade in categories that grade the quality of the water. They need both government funding and public support. Please contact your federal and state representatives and ask for funding to protect the bay, rivers and creeks of Maryland.

    There is another thing that we can do ourselves to improve...
  • Letter To The Editor: The Hidden Answer To Limiting School ShootingsExclusive

    I walk into a classroom just about every day and lived both sides of the gun issue. Every day, I think if there will be a shooting at my school. I lived in rural New York for 28 years and thought nothing of having a loaded semi-automatic rifle lying next to me. It was normal to go out at night with...
  • Local Results In The Primary Election

    The results are in following the primary election yesterday, June 26, and here are the names that will be on the ballot for local offices this coming November. County Executive Steve Schuh (R) Steuart Pittman (D) County Council - District 3 Nathan Volke (R) Debbie Ritchie (D) Delegates...
  • Questions And Answers With The Candidates

    Last month, we were pleased to introduce to our readers the many candidates running in the upcoming primary election on June 26. This month, we had three broad questions we wanted to put forth to each of the candidates. We wanted to know from each of them:   1. What would be your three...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Choose To Drink Water

    Sugary drinks contribute to tooth decay. Acidic drinks cause erosion that wears away healthy tooth enamel. The average teenager drinks more than 60 gallons of soft drinks per year. A better choice is water. Q: What is in a sports drink? A: Most sports drinks contain water, salt and sugar....
  • UM BWMC October Calendar

    Wednesday, October 3 10:30am-11:30am: The Tate Cancer Center Survivorship Program offers therapeutic yoga for cancer patients. Both patients and caregivers are welcome and no prior yoga experience is necessary. Chair yoga and deep breathing will also be offered. The program is free. Bring water...
  • Getting Your Cat To The Vet

    Does your cat run when it sees the cat carrier coming its way? Does it duck and cover under the bed when it hears you open the closet where you keep its carrier? For many households with cats, this is a familiar routine. The majority of cats don’t get the routine health care they need...

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