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Relive The Best Moments Of 2019

From new Pasadena businesses to the academic and athletic accomplishments of Pasadena’s youth, 2019 had plenty of great moments. more

World War II Veteran Recalls Time On The USS Alabama

William Hahn, a 96-year-old veteran and Arnold resident, served in the United States Navy as a turret gunner during World War II. more

Holiday Light Hot Spots

While it may not be easy to string up lights, decorating is a special part of the holidays for many people, and driving around Pasadena and Severna Park to look at lights has become a local tradition. more

Hundreds Gather For Pasadena Tree Lighting Ceremony

The holiday season is about cherished traditions for many people. Here in Pasadena, one of those traditions is the Pasadena Business Association (PBA)’s annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony." more

Good Samaritan Exemplifies The True Spirit Of The Holiday Season

Pasadena resident Pat Quesenberry has been providing Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners to families in need for three years. more

Green Valley Customer Wins Shopping Spree

Christmas came early for Pasadena resident Kara Frazier, who won an 88-second shopping spree at Green Valley Marketplace. more

New Cell Towers Coming to Lake Shore

Anyone who has spent time around the Lake Shore area in Pasadena has undoubtedly noticed the cellphone service – or in many instances, the lack thereof. more

Realtors Collect More Than 75 Tons Of Donations

The Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors (AACAR) hosted its 14th annual Harvest for the Hungry Happy Hour November 21 at Twain’s Tavern. Through monetary donations and nonperishable … more

Mountain Road Widening

In a coordinated effort to enhance safety and reduce congestion, plans are moving forward to widen Mountain Road from Catherine Avenue to Edwin Raynor Boulevard. more

A Lifetime Of Service: The Illustrious Career Of John Christian

Vietnam veteran, Baltimore City police officer, and chief of the University of Maryland Medical Police. An individual would be considered noteworthy to hold just one of these jobs in his or her life. more

Lauer’s Owners Inducted Into Food Industry Hall Of Fame

Bernie Snoops and Babbie Poyer joined their parents, Ed and Helen Lauer, in the Food Industry Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Martin’s West in Baltimore on November 7. 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

Lake Shore VFC Santa Runs

Saturday, December 14 Boulevard Park: 9:00am to about 10:30am Lake Shore Drive: 11:00am to about 1:00pm Chelsea Beach: 1:30pm to about 3:30pm Blossom Hills, Fairwood Drive, North Shore, … more

Sledding Spots Around Town

Sledding Spots Around Town Depending on who you ask, Maryland may (or may not) be in store for an eventful winter. Just in case, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best sledding spots … more

Lakeshore Plaza Free Winter Carnival Scheduled For Saturday, December 7

The event will take place for the 14th consecutive year at the outdoor retail venue located near the intersection of Route 100 and Magothy Beach Road in Pasadena. more


10 REASONS TO SHOP LOCAL 10. Support Entrepreneurship Creativity and entrepreneurship are what fuel America’s economic innovation and prosperity. The success of locally owned independent … more

Holiday Events Worth The Drive

With Anne Arundel County's close proximity to Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and beyond, families have the opportunity to enjoy unique holiday festivities within a relatively short distance from home. more

Annapolis Towne Centre Introduces Three Signature Holiday Events

The most wonderful time of the year is right around the corner, and the Annapolis Towne Centre is proud to introduce three new signature holiday events: a tree lighting, Santa’s Cottage, and Fire & Ice. more

Where To Celebrate New Year's Eve

As the year winds down, holidays and celebrations abound. Several local businesses and organizations are providing opportunities to end the holiday season right on New Year's Eve. Whether it's a … more

Kennedy Krieger Institute Celebrates 30 Years Of Bringing The North Pole To Maryland

Not only is Santa coming to town, but Festival of Trees is coming to town for the 30th year in a row, and it will welcome its 1-millionth visitor! more
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