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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

Advocates Team With Scientists To Test Lake Waterford

Members of the Magothy River Association collaborated with the University of Maryland scientists in late October to collect sediment samples from locations throughout Lake Waterford. more

Cold No More: Northeast Interact Club Gives Coats To The Needy

Students from Northeast High School’s Interact Club – under the guidance of Tammy Littleton – facilitated Operation Cold No More and handed out more than 800 new and gently-used coats. more

Anne Arundel County Receives SAFER Grant To Support 70 New Firefighter Positions

Anne Arundel County has accepted a federal Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant that supports up to 70 new firefighter positions. The grant is administered by the … more

MDOT SHA Improves Mountain Road/Long Hill Road Intersection

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is undergoing a project to enhance safety and traffic operations at a key intersection in Pasadena. more

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. more

Farmington Village Feels Like Home For Many Families

As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a family. Residents of one Pasadena community believe they have that support network. 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 developers. more

Football Coach Fields Every Opportunity To Help Young Athletes

The NFL has seen its share of father-son coaches: Marty and Brian Schottenheimer, Mike and Kyle Shanahan, Bum and Wade Phillips. more

Pasadena Boat Parade To Light Up Local Waterways

Pasadena’s creeks will become a little more festive on November 30. PYY Marine will host the Pasadena Boat Parade, which is back by popular demand. more

The Zachary Hebda Foundation Celebrates 20 Years Of Funding Cancer Research

After losing his son Zachary to cancer in 1999, Joe Hebda established the Zachary Hebda Foundation to win the fight against childhood cancer in his son’s memory. more

Changes To The Critical Area Map Will Affect Homeowners

In September, the Critical Area Commission for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays sent a letter to some homeowners informing them that changes had been made to the critical area boundary. more

PHOTOS: Caring & Sharing Parade 2019

The Pasadena Business Association held its annual Caring & Sharing Community Harvest Parade on the first Sunday of November. more

Tips To Get Your Home Ready For The Holidays

Here is a list of items to help you get your home ready for the holiday and winter season. more

Bingo To Benefit The Lance And Ryan Fund

The Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 1456 in Glen Burnie will host a designer bag bingo to benefit the Lance and Ryan Fund on Saturday, December 7. Doors open at 1:00pm and bingo starts at … 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

MDOT SHA Improves MD 177 (Mountain Road)/ MD 915A (Long Hill Road) Intersection

Crews are realigning Long Hill Road at the MD 177 (Mountain Road) intersection, making it easier for Long Hill Road motorists to safely merge onto MD 177. 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

Pasadena Says Goodbye To Lauer’s Supermarket After 45 Years

In 1974, Ed and Helen Lauer opened the first Lauer’s Supermarket with the dream of creating a community-based and family-run store with exceptional customer service. more

Lake Waterford Health Advisory Lifted, Future Remains Unclear

More than three months after Anne Arundel County officials identified serious concerns about Lake Waterford’s water quality, little had changed, and it remains unclear if there are any long-term plans or solutions. more
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