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Adult Children Should Ask Their Parents About Their Financial Plans

It can feel strange for an adult child to ask his or her parents about their financial plans, but it is a conversation that not enough children broach. more

PBA Update

The Pasadena Business Association update for October. more

Neighbors Break A Leg At PBA Crab Feast

The Pasadena Business Association’s annual crab feast was held at Kurtz’s Beach on September 25, and it provided an opportunity for area residents to catch up, be silly and reflect on summer’s end. more

VCA Calvert Veterinary Center Has The Same Vision With Added Support

For more than 15 years, Calvert Veterinary Center has been a community mainstay on Mountain Road. more

Battling Addiction To Provide New Life In Pasadena And Beyond

For 35 years, New Life Addiction Counseling and Mental Health Services has broken barriers. more

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 Crossroads shopping center.     When Hobby Lobby held its grand opening celebration on September 23, it signaled a new era for the 316,753-square-foot Pasadena Crossroads shopping center at the … more

PBA Trade Show Showcases The Best Of Pasadena

The Pasadena Business Association’s 26th annual trade show had it all: restaurants, a grocery store, real estate agents, a financial advisor, a pharmacy, numerous nonprofit organizations and more. more

Indian Creek School Offers Families A Unique Education Experience

Indian Creek School promises students a challenging and nurturing environment, where they are celebrated as individuals. more

PBA Serves Community With Annual Caring And Sharing Parade

The Pasadena Business Association is kicking off the holiday season with the Caring and Sharing Community Harvest Parade on November 3. more

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. more

PBA Update

Check out the monthly update for the Pasadena Business Association. more

Pensions – Monthly Payments Or Lump Sum?

“Chase your passion, not your pension.” This quote by motivational speaker, writer and consultant Denis Waitley is well known, and thankfully many of my clients have been able to chase their passion and their pension at the same time. more

Orrstown Bank Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Orrstown Bank is celebrating a huge milestone. Although the Pasadena branch is relatively new since it was formerly a Hamilton Bank, Orrstown is turning 100. Originally founded in Pennsylvania, … more

A.M. Gable Continues To Provide Comfort To The Community

For more than three decades, Pasadena’s A.M. Gable Heating and Cooling has earned its position as the community’s go-to company for comfort-care decisions. more

PBA Tees Up Its Annual Golf Tournament

Golfers flocked to Compass Pointe Golf Courses on September 11 to participate in a golf tournament that raised funds for Pasadena Business Association projects. more

CBD Live More Offers Alternative Treatment Options

Christina Cahall greeted members of the Pasadena Business Association and other community leaders at a recent ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of CBD Live More, located at 2608 Mountain … more

Albrecht Properties & Home Improvements Offers High-Quality Craftsmanship

Tom Albrecht and his son, Alec, are catering to the needs of Maryland customers who have a broad range of needs, from kitchen and bathroom design and remodeling to deck installations. more

PBA Update

The PBA welcomes the community to its upcoming golf tournament, crab feast and other events. more

Is It OK To Have A Mortgage When You Retire?

It is never a bad decision to pay off your mortgage; however, it may not be the best idea if you plan on taking withdrawals from your retirement or other investment accounts to pay off that mortgage. more

After 29 Years Of Service, Body By Simmont Closes Up Shop

After 29 years of repairing fender benders, completing oil changes, matching paint colors and so much more, Gary Simmont has closed the gates to his auto-body repair shop, Body By Simmont, for good. more
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