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Committee To Recommend Whether To Change Name Of George Fox Middle School

The vote at the board’s July 8 meeting came after a discussion of comments attributed to Fox, who served as the first superintendent of AACPS.
Student-Athletes Adopt Pets During Quarantine
Pet adoptions have occurred at a slower pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, but some pets have found loving homes.
Community Rallies To Support Pasadena Family
The community is rallying to support the vitcims of the structural collapse in Lake Shore on July 5.
Meet Shelyia Brown, Leader Of Pasadena’s Black Lives Matter Protest
Twenty-year-old Shelyia Brown organized a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest near Tick Neck Park in Pasadena on June 6.

Tasty Nights Returns To Earleigh Heights

On June 16, Severna Park and Pasadena residents gathered at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company to enjoy meals from food trucks.

Huff Insurance Welcomes Commercial Account Manager Allie Nicklow will be responsible for developing new commercial accounts as well as renewing and managing an existing book of business.
How Can The Market Be Positive When Over 30 Million Are Unemployed? I’ve been holding a lot of phone meetings recently, and one question I’ve been asked in a variety of ways is, “How can the market be positive when over 30 million people are unemployed?”
Restaurants Allowed To Open For Outdoor Seating; Retail Business Opening Moved Up To May 29 Pittman will sign two executive orders to put these new policies in place.
School & Youth
Proms Canceled As High Schools Continue Planning To Celebrate Senior Successes Virtually High school administrators are busy planning various ways to host virtual versions of Senior Awards Night and similar events to honor soon-to-be graduates.
“The Sound Of Music” Hits The Right Note At Stage & Screen “The Sound Of Music” Hits The Right Note At Stage & Screen Photos by Stephanie Mennell Photography Children took on the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, “Getting to Know …
Going Remote: A Small School Works To Solve A Big Problem At the onset of the millennium, U.S. Secretary of Education Richard Riley claimed, “We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist, using technologies that haven’t been invented, in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet.”
Arts & Entertainment
Library’s Contactless Curbside Pickup, Telephone Help To Start June 8 Library staff will offer contactless curbside pickup from 10:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Saturday, at all locations with a few exceptions.
Virtual Concert Series Raises Over $20,000 For Local Musicians The Annapolis Town Center created a platform in which Annapolitan musicians could not only share their talent but also make a profit.
Maryland Historical Society Announces New, Free Virtual Programs To Celebrate And Discuss Exhibitions The Maryland Historical Society’s mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the history, art and culture of Maryland.

Pasadena Native Follows His Hollywood Dreams

Every child dreams of being a part of Hollywood magic. For one Pasadena native, this dream became a reality.

A Message From The Police Department

The Anne Arundel County Police Department would like to thank the following businesses and organizations for their assistance during the February 6 search for a suspect who shot two detectives.

Pasadena Mom Combines Love Of Art And Children

While growing up in Eastern Russia, Svetlana Holt developed and fostered a love of art. However, it was only recently that the Pasadena mom has been able to turn that passion for art into a small enterprise.

Author Brings Paranormal, Mystery And Passion In Latest Page-Turning Release

Thanks to smash hits like “Twilight,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Charmed,” just to name a few, it seems just about everyone is in love with passionate vampires, werewolves and other paranormal creatures.

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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Reopening Explosion: TNT Softball Girls Back In Action

The TNT Maryland 18U fast-pitch softball team posted successful weekends at its first two tournaments in Hagerstown and Spartansburg, South Carolina.

PSC U14 Tornadoes Storm Through McLean Premier Soccer Tournament

The PSC Girls U14 Tornadoes won the McLean Cup in dramatic fashion over the weekend of March 7-8 in Virginia.

Lake Shore U8 Shooting Stars Go Unbeaten In Hoops League

The Lake Shore girls U8 Shooting Stars basketball team went 11-0 in the top U8 county division this winter. The team of (pictured, left to right) Morgan Kiniry, Brooke Permishon, Sara Forman, Leah …

Chesapeake Cheerleaders Fly To Winter Trifecta With County, Region And State Titles

On February 12, the Chesapeake cheerleading team completed a sweep of the winter season by winning the state championship at Harford Community College. The Cougars’ routine garnered a score …

Northeast, Chesapeake Swimmers Excel At Counties

The Northeast and Chesapeake swim teams concluded proud in-county seasons with strong performances at the county championship meet at Arundel Olympic Swim Center in Annapolis on February 7. The …