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Remember When? Guess This Pasadena Landmark

Take a look around Pasadena and you might not notice any monumental changes, but longtime residents may remember a different way of life. more

Starbucks Could Be Coming To Lake Shore

Pasadena residents will have a new coffee option on the menu if a Starbucks gets built across from the Lakeshore Crossroads shopping center. more

Council Continues Debate On Complex Forest Conservation Law

The seven members of the Anne Arundel County Council are attempting to see the forest for the trees as they contemplate a conservation law that would impose tougher restrictions on … more

Pasadena Says Goodbye To “Mr. Fudd”

Elmer Banister, known to most as “Mr. Fudd” of Fudd's Rabbit Hole of Comics in Pasadena, passed away November 17 due to complications after suffering a stroke in October. more

Design Of New Riviera Beach Library Underway

Nearly 50 years after it first opened in 1971, the Riviera Beach Library is being revamped with a new and improved building, expanded interior and modern appearance. Perhaps one of the … more

Henry “Hank” Simon Retires From Galilee Lutheran Church

After 46 years of pastoral ministry, the Rev. Hank Simon, pastor of Galilee Lutheran Church, has retired. Over 12 of those years were spent ministering at Galilee. His last sermon as pastor … more

Talk Saves Lives – What’s That?

The Maryland chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is coming to Anne Arundel County with two installments of the presentation Talk Saves Lives. The first, set for Wednesday, April … more

Husband And Wife Donate Snowball Truck To Neighborhood Church

Local couple Phil and Shelley Mahoney wanted to make their summer not just a fun one but also a blessed one. Their plan of action? Helping their church give out not dozens of Bibles but dozens of … more

Boulevard Park: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

If television’s friendliest gathering spot was a neighborhood instead of a New England sports bar, the Boulevard Park community would be the “Cheers” of Pasadena. Four … more

Geresbeck's Food Market Is All About Fresh Food And Friendly Service

When Geresbeck's Food Market took over the former Lauer’s Supermarket and Bakery location in Riviera Beach in mid-October, it felt like a homecoming for the Greeley family. more

Corporal Allen Marcus Named CIT International Officer Of The Year

With the number of recent mass shootings, the valuable role of the police force and mental health specialists has become integral. One such person, Corporal Allen Marcus of Pasadena, was recently … more

How Did This Happen: A Conowingo Dam Update

The purpose of the Conowingo Dam was to trap nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment pollution to keep it from reaching the main stem of the Chesapeake Bay. Which it did — until it overflowed. … more

Thinking Of Getting An Exotic Pet? What You Should Know

I’ve organized a few popular species into “introductory” and “advanced” levels to help guide you in your journey to exploring sharing your home with a new species. more

Pasadena Family Raises Awareness After Rescuing Pet Ducks

After weeks of trying to rescue four pet ducks at a local beach, a Pasadena family is hoping to inspire people to surrender their pets to reputable shelters and rescues when they can no longer provide care. more

PBA To Hold Community Crab Feast In September

If you always look forward to the annual community crab feast put on by the Pasadena Business Association, don’t worry — you didn’t miss it this year. Instead of holding it in July, … more

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. more

Jeff Adams Leads Eastern District Police Station

Jeff Adams always wanted to be a police officer. Growing up in Severna Park, he was raised to help others, and police work was a natural fit. more

It’s All About The Water

Marcia Patterson recalled a simple time during her childhood in Rockview Beach, the community that became her home in 1951. more

It’s Time To Vote For The Best Of Pasadena!

The Voice wants to know which businesses, restaurants, services and venues in Greater Pasadena have become your favorites. more

Did You Catch That? North Shore Launches Fishing Tournament

Neighbors living in North Shore on the Magothy celebrate each summer by sharing stories and racing cardboard boats in a regatta, but this summer, Jim Gregory instituted something new: a fishing … more
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