June 21, 2018
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  • 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....

SportsSports

  • The Bucs boys lacrosse team won the county championship on May 20 with a 9-3 victory over Broadneck at Kinder Park.

    Bucs Boys Defeat BAYS 9-3 For County B Championship

    The Buccaneers junior boys lacrosse team coached by Chris Rush completed a championship season on May 20 by defeating BAYS 9-3 to win the Anne Arundel County junior B championship at Kinder Park. The team of Caleb Jacobs, Ryan Rush, Collin Edds, Gage Bowers, Ashton Burras, Tony Miller, Cameron...
  • The Fireballs went on a playoff run as the No. 4 seed, reaching the North County Community Girls Softball League championship game.

    Havenwood 10U Fireballs Finish Second In NCCGSL

    The Havenwood 10U Fireballs capped a stellar spring season by finishing as league runners-up in the North County Community Girls Softball League. The Fireballs finished with a 14-5 overall record and reached the championship game of the 10U division before falling to the SAC Lady Seminoles Black...
  • Recipients of CYLA's Christopher Schultz Awards were honored for their "love of life, love of lacrosse and leadership towards teammates."

    CYLA Players Honored With Christopher Schultz Award

    Chesapeake Youth Lacrosse Association held its annual Christopher P. Schultz Memorial Awards ceremony and end-of-season party at the Lake Shore Athletic Complex on May 23. The award is given in memory of Christopher Schultz, a CYLA lacrosse player who died in a car accident in 1998 at the age of...

BusinessBusiness

  • PBA Update

    PBA will host the Shop Local Festival on Saturday, June 16, from 10:00am to 2:00pm at Lakeshore Plaza. The community can come out and have a good time while shopping for goods and services. This is a community event with games and activities for the kids, vendor demonstrations, special offers, music and more. We will collect food donations at the Shop Local Festival to help feed our Pasadena families in need.

    We will hold a golf tournament on September 12 at Compass Point. We can use everyone’s help in getting golfers. This tournament is open to the public, so get your family, friends and associates together to play golf with us. The proceeds from this tournament go toward our...
  • Do Small-Business Owners Need A Financial Power Of Attorney?

    By Tara K. Frame, Esq. As the sole owner of your business, you have many responsibilities. From hiring and firing to administration work and maintaining your client relationships, your duties are as crucial to the survival of your company as they are varied. In the event that you have a medical...
  • The Six F’s Of Retirement Planning

    Have you ever experienced flat-spotting? It’s when you have left a car parked too long, causing you to feel a ride disturbance or shimmy the first few miles you drive the car, until the tire warms up and smooths out. Some people report a similar experience to flat-spotting as they transition...
  • Bulldog Bikes And Floats Pedals Onto Business Scene

    Mike Prager, owner of Bulldog Bikes and Floats, kicked off the summer season by welcoming residents of Severna Park, Pasadena and beyond for the grand opening of his business, which is located at 405 Ritchie Highway in Severna Park.

School & YouthSchool

  • Gabriel Nathaniel Bennett spoke to students about finding common ground with others.

    Chesapeake High School Celebrates Diversity

    When Chesapeake High School celebrated Diversity Day on June 7, several group speakers educated a room of nearly 100 students about countries and customs all over the world, while also encouraging youth to be accepting of others. “In life, you have to find the least common denominator when you...
  • Linda Toth, the outgoing principal of Lake Shore Elementary, posed with fifth-grade students (left to right) Dominick Sizemore, Evelyn Stevens, Allison Hogan and DJ Rodenhizer. Toth has been principal for eight years.

    Linda Toth Says Farewell To Lake Shore Elementary

    After eight years as principal, Linda Toth is leaving Lake Shore Elementary. She will take over as principal of Millersville Elementary in the Old Mill cluster. Every year, as openings occur based on retirements and other shifts, the school district looks at its current employees to see who...
  • (Left to right) State senator Bryan Simonaire, delegate Nic Kipke, valedictorian Alexis Bianco and valedictorian Sarah Davis.

    From Cougar To Blue Devil: Alexis Bianco Heads To Duke

    From the minute she got to high school, Alexis Bianco knew it would be a competitive journey to become the valedictorian of Chesapeake. “As soon as we came in freshman year, the goal was to be valedictorian,” Bianco said. “You have to take the most AP and honors classes you possibly can, get A’s...
  • Noah Whiteman was the valedictorian for Northeast High School’s Class of 2018.

    Northeast Valedictorian Heads Southwest To College Park

    Noah Whiteman is leaving his tight-knit Northeast High School community for the University of Maryland. But there’s nothing to fear — except maybe the turtle. Whiteman, Northeast’s class of 2018 valedictorian, will start his college journey with 10 of his close friends. “I’m going to miss...

Arts & EntertainmentArts & Entertainment

  • For 40 years, Randy Owens has created auto racing serigraphs, which are made by pressing ink through stencils and onto the paper below.

    Motorsport Artist Is Driven To Produce Innovative Work

    When it comes to his work as a silkscreen printmaker and motorsport artist, Poplar Ridge resident Randy Owens doesn’t need any help staying on track. Art is a passion he has nurtured since childhood, and as his skills have been refined, so has his desire to be great. “If you work hard, your...

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • 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 biggest priorities upon taking office?
    2. What would be your greatest challenge you would face in this office?
    3. What aspect of your background or your experience sets you apart from others running for this office?

    Although we did not hear from all candidates, many of them were able to provide insight. Here’s what they shared with us — we hope this helps our readers make an informed decision when...
  • 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...
  • Meet The Candidates

    In anticipation of the primary election coming up on Tuesday, June 26, the Pasadena Voice invited each of the candidates for public office to submit a short bio letting readers know who they are. This is what the people asking for your vote want you to know about them:   County Executive...
  • Legislation Affecting Immigrants

    You would think, especially in an election year, that the primary focus of our Annapolis representatives would be on legal residents within Maryland. Surprisingly, this year turned out to be a great year for people residing unlawfully in Maryland. Several years ago, Maryland voters approved a...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Fast Food, Snacking And Tooth Decay

    American eating habits have changed. We are no longer a three-meals-a-day society. The fast food industry is at $200 billion a year and growing. We eat more premade foods and snacks throughout the day than ever before. More sugar, more acid, increased frequency, and less time to produce saliva during eating leads to more tooth decay.

    Q: What is tooth decay?
    A: Tooth decay (dental caries) is a bacterial disease. Everyone has bacteria in their mouth, which cause caries. These bacteria form a plaque on teeth (sticky bacterial biofilms). Sugar from the diet is turned into acid by these bacteria, which causes decalcification of the tooth, destroys the tooth enamel and allows decay to...
  • Don’t Let Your Pet Be Ticked Off By Ticks

    It is finally spring, or maybe we went straight to summer? The warm weather is here and the ticks are as happy about it as we are. Although tick prevention is recommended year-round, now is the time we often see plenty of these tiny pests. Don’t let your pet be bothered by ticks, and prevent the...
  • PTSD: Your Questions Answered

    June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month. Though it may seem simple to understand, PTSD can manifest inside a person in a variety of ways. The Chesapeake Life Center, a branch of Hospice of the Chesapeake, offers many services for those suffering from or who have family...
  • UM BWMC July Calendar

    Tuesday, July 10 6:00pm-7:30pm: The Stroke Support Group meets to discuss stroke recovery and prevention in the Dr. Constantine Padussis Conference Center (301 Hospital Drive, third floor). For more information, call 410-787-4732. Wednesday, July 11 10:30am-11:30am: The Tate Cancer Center...

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