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A Day In The Life Of A CAT North Student

With 22 programs to choose from, the Center of Applied Technology North (CAT North) in Severn offers students a hands-on and specialized education in a trade.
Building Your Financial Aptitude To Actively Manage Your Money
Do you know where to put your next dollar? Edward Jones financial advisor Dan Higgins is here to help.
Area Teacher Recognized For Excellence
Bodkin Elementary art teacher Jaclyn Cockcroft was recently recognized for her outstanding work inside the classroom.
A Farewell From David Sembly
David Sembly served as Fort Smallwood Elementary School’s principal for the last three and a half years before being transferred to …

In Championship Rematch, And Possible Preview, Spalding Ice Hockey Ties Mount St. Joseph, 1-1

This article will appear with additional exclusive photos in the January 15 print issue of the Severna Park Voice. The January 6 matchup between the Archbishop Spalding and Mount St. Joseph ice …


Local Volunteer Wears Many Hats

Pasadena resident Shawn Ashworth has always been dedicated to helping others.

North County Loses Longtime Sunset Restaurant Owner “Otts Fratt”

Arthur Fratantuono, most widely known as “Otts Fratt,” the 83-year-old longtime resident of Northern Anne Arundel County and dedicated owner of Sunset Restaurant, passed away on January 8.

Breathtaking Landscape Puts Hampton Chase in Full Bloom

Just off Fort Smallwood Road, Hampton Chase is a tucked-away community of just 36 homes not far from Hines Pond and Patapsco River.

State Of The County

When County Executive Steuart Pittman held his State of the County address in December, he outlined several key initiatives. Here are some takeaways paired with comments from Pittman.

Question Of The Month: Lake Shore Elementary School

This month, students from Mrs. Kelly’s class at Lake Shore Elementary answered the question: If you could switch places with one person for a day, who would it be and what would you do?

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Northeast Boys Beat Chesapeake 46-36 To Keep Pace In County, Region

Even though they had already beaten Chesapeake by the lopsided score of 72-27 earlier this season, the Northeast boys basketball team had every reason to expect the rivalry rematch on January 17 to …

Chesapeake Girls Avenge Season Opener, Down Northeast 60-45

The first five baskets made by Chesapeake’s girls basketball team against Northeast on January 18 were each scored by a different starter. It set the tone: Chesapeake needed contributions …

Chesapeake JV Girls Beat Northeast, Eye County Final Berth

Chesapeake’s JV girls basketball team improved to 7-3 overall with a 35-30 win over Northeast at Chesapeake High School on January 17. Sam Larkin led the Cougars with 10 points, Sydney …

Chesapeake Wrestlers Dominant In Win Over Glen Burnie

Glen Burnie’s wrestling team was always going to have a tough time coming out with a dual win at Chesapeake on January 15, as the Gophers entered the match looking at forfeits in four weight …

Northeast Wrestlers Excelling In Tournaments, County Duals

The Northeast wrestling team has fared well throughout the winter season with county dual wins over North County, Severna Park, Southern, Glen Burnie and Meade. In the Eagles’ win over Meade …
Trained, Experienced, Passionate Team Puts Frank & Bill’s A Step Above Giving your vehicle to a body shop can be stressful. Whether you’ve been in an accident or just dinged your door, you want your car back quickly and as good as new.
Green Valley Hopes To Keep Locally Owned, Family Feel While Adding Fresh And Unique Selections The team at Green Valley Marketplace has big shoes to fill after taking over the former Lauer’s Supermarket & Bakery site in Chesterfield Plaza on October 3.
Massage Envy Supports Community Wellness And Self-Care At Massage Envy, the staff comes to work each day to promote overall wellness and to ensure that customers feel their best.
School & Youth
Students Brave The Chilly Bay For Special Olympics This January, Anne Arundel County students will join an estimated 4,500 of their peers from across the state to take a plunge into the chilly Chesapeake Bay.
Question Of The Month: Fort Smallwood Elementary School Each month, the Pasadena Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Mrs. Ellis’ class at Fort Smallwood Elementary answered the question: What do you think your life will be like in the future?
Arlotto’s School Budget Focuses On New Teachers And Pay Raises In his $1.36 billion operating budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2021, presented to the Board of Education on December 18, Superintendent George Arlotto included pay raises for employees and 195 classroom teaching positions to address enrollment increases and to reduce class sizes.
Arts & Entertainment
Mother And Daughter Rediscover Connection To Art Pasadena painter Celia Poteet remembers her mother, commercial artist Elsie Cullins, creating works of art at the family’s kitchen table as she and her siblings watched.
Author Writes Book On The History Of The Rock Band The Eagles With the first iconic strum of the guitar on their first hit “Take It Easy,” the Eagles set a new direction for the country-rock-infused California sound. Rik Forgo, an author based in Pasadena, spent the last two years compiling information, interviewing and building a micro-history of the group’s origin story.
Digital Photography Club Displays Work At Gallery 90 The work of members of the Digital Photography Club of Annapolis is being featured in an exhibit in Hospice of the Chesapeake’s Gallery 90 through February 28.