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Pasadena Vet Competes In Ironman Maryland

 Pasadena Animal Hospital’s Dr. Sean Etter joined nearly 2,000 athletes from around the world in Cambridge, Maryland for the sixth annual Ironman Maryland triathlon.     Nearly 2,000 athletes from around the world converged on Cambridge, Maryland in September for the sixth annual Ironman Maryland triathlon. The field included Pasadena …
10U Panthers Stay Unbeaten With 19-0 Win Over Bucs
Pasadena enjoyed a mini Dena Bowl on October 5 as the 10U Panthers hosted the 10U Bucs at Loopers Field, and the Panthers emphatically …
Family Gives $25,000 To Aiello Breast Center
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Aiello family presented a $25,000 check to the Aiello Breast Center at the University …
New-Look Pasadena Crossroads Shopping Center Gets First Addition
 When Hobby Lobby held its grand opening celebration on September 23, it signaled a new era for the 316,753-square-foot Pasadena …

WNAV October Radio Spot

Want to know what's in the October edition of the Pasadena Voice? Listen to this clip from 1430 WNAV.

Community

Lake Waterford Health Advisory Lifted, Future Remains Unclear

More than three months after Anne Arundel County officials identified serious concerns about Lake Waterford’s water quality, little had changed, and it remains unclear if there are any long-term plans or solutions.

Pasadena Resident Attends The U.S. Military Academy

A former student of Archbishop Curley High School is attending the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, commonly known as West Point.

Community Calendar

October Pasadena Maryland Community Calendar

Weighing In On Pet Obesity

October 9 was Pet Obesity Awareness Day, and the statistics are staggering.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hancock's Harvest Festival

During the Hancock's Resolution Fall Harvest Festival and Dinner on October 13, families bobbed for apples, built scarecrows, made cornmeal and more.

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Sports

Chesapeake Boys Turn Back Northeast, 3-1

With a roster full of skilled players, the Chesapeake boys soccer team probably expected to win its senior night matchup with visiting Northeast on October 10. They just had to overcome a …

Chesapeake Girls Defeat Northeast, Aim For Spot In County Championship

The defense was stalwart. The midfield kept possession and orchestrated pacey buildups. The goals came in a 20-minute wave, with incisive passes and well-timed runs setting up precision …

Chesapeake Field Hockey Prepping For More Postseason Glory

It wasn’t long ago — six or seven years — that a Chesapeake-Severna Park field hockey rivalry was an impossibility, a pipe dream. For decades, the Falcons were a perennial dominant …

Chesapeake’s Aces For Abby Volleyball Match Raises Funds For Diabetes Research

The Chesapeake volleyball program supported a worthy cause on October 3 as the Cougars and senior Abby Mollick raised $2,600 for the Junior Diabetes Research Fund at the Aces for Abby volleyball game …

Northeast Runs Past Eastern Tech, 41-19

The Northeast football team turned in a strong all-around performance in its Week 5 matchup with visiting Eastern Tech as the Eagles put up 41 points on 467 yards of total offense in a 41-19 …
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A Pasadena Landmark, Lauer’s Celebrates 45 Years In The Community The Lauers’ hard work ensured the vision would be as strong in 1974 as it is today.
Let’s Grow Plants Its Roots In Pasadena Let’s Grow owner Meredith Jiranek was joined by the Pasadena Business Association and community members on September 24 to celebrate the opening of the new store at 25 Magothy Beach Road, Suite 103. Let’s Grow specializes in fresh flowers and plants, creative workshops, kids birthday parties, wedding/event designs, natural art and more.
School & Youth
Third-Grader Aces Tests Fort Smallwood Elementary third-grader Claire Brown received a perfect score in language arts and writing and also a Level 5 in math for tests issued by the Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program.
Department Of Health Offers Tips For A Healthy And Safe Halloween The Anne Arundel County Department of Health provides tips to help families have a fun, healthy and safe Halloween.
Sunset Recognizes “Outstanding Young Man,” John Rafiq George Fox Middle School eighth-grader and Sunset Elementary alumni John Rafiq was praised by the Sunset administration for volunteering more than 60 hours to help the school prepare for the …
Arts & Entertainment
Two Plays To Be Presented At Chesapeake Arts Center Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn Park is abuzz with two organizations presenting productions this fall.
Country Band Brings A Show To Baltimore Area Bars With driving dual-guitar sound, lights and harmonizing vocals, country band Red Dirt Revolution brings a party to bars around Maryland.
Wine On The Water Returns To Kurtz’s Beach For Its Fifth Year Join Kurtz’s Beach for Wine On The Water in support of the Tate Cancer Center on October 19 and 20 from noon-5:00pm.