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Bodkin Elementary Environmental Fair Returns For A 12th Year

The fair was started so Bodkin could meet the requirement for the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Educators (MAEOE) green school certification, which requires an annual celebration that includes the community.
Update On New Riviera Beach Library
Riviera Beach Library held its third and final community meeting regarding the new building on Tuesday.
Weekend Events April 19-21
Check out what's going on around Pasadena this weekend.
Northeast Boys ‘Refuse To Lose’ Against Chesapeake, 15-13
Northeast senior defenseman Matt Anderson believes the outcome of his Eagles’ game against Chesapeake was never in doubt — even …

PHOTO GALLERY: Solley Students Celebrate Pioneer Day

Photos by Maya Pottiger On the last day before Spring Break, Solley Elementary fifth-graders traveled back to colonial times during the school's annual Pioneer Day. During Pioneer Day, students …

Community

WWII Veteran Manny Airey Passes Away At 92

Airey was an Iwo Jima survivor and was also at the Frozen Chosen Reservoir in sub-zero temperatures in Korea.

And The Winners For The Best Of Pasadena Are…

So without further ado...the envelope, please!

Maryland Lawmakers Push Long-Term Policies During 2019 Session

Here are the biggest takeaways from the Maryland General Assembly, which ended April 8.

Opening Day Marks The Start Of Baseball Season In Pasadena

Havenwood Softball and Pasadena Baseball Club enjoyed a joint Opening Day parade on April 6, while Lake Shore Baseball braved the rain to have its parade on April 13.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dog Prom 2019

The Senior Dog Sanctuary of Maryland held its second annual Dog Prom at Kurtz's Beach on Saturday, March 30. The prom included dinner, dancing, a Canine Crush Bar, table games, silent and live auctions, and, of course, the crowning.

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Sports

Northeast Football Wants To Know: Who Has The Strongest Football Team In Maryland? Find Out At The Eagles’ Powerlifting Contest On July 20

It may only be April, but the Northeast football program—and many other football teams around the state—are already deep in offseason conditioning programs, getting stronger and faster …

Sports Report April 17: Shriver Throws Gem For Northeast Baseball, Downin Powers Chesapeake Softball, Pasadena Baseball Club Scores & More

The Northeast baseball team scored its biggest win of the season on April 16, defeating Broadneck 3-2 at Harry Lentz field behind a gem of a pitching performance by sophomore Owen Shriver. Shriver …

Northeast's Wukitch Commits To McDaniel

Northeast senior Matt Wukitch made his official college commitment on Tuesday, signing a letter of intent to play football at McDaniel College.  -via Northeast Athletics

Young’s Homer Powers Chesapeake Over Severna Park, 6-3

Dylan Young said he’d never quite gotten hold of a pitch the way he did on Tuesday, when he stepped to the plate against Severna Park pitcher Evan Lewis with two runners on base and his Cougars …

PHOTO GALLERY: Bucs Middie Girls Lacrosse vs. Green Hornets

The Bucs defeated Severna Park at Tick Neck Park on April 3. View and purchase high-resolution prints and downloads of photos in this gallery. Colin Murphy Photography on Facebook
Business
PBA Update Catch up with the Pasadena Business Association.
A Solid Foundation: Pasadena Floors Celebrates 25th Anniversary Steve Garvey and Marty Kinder met at an apprenticeship when they were 18 years old. Together, they opened Pasadena Floors.
The Buzz Around Town: Mosquito Squad Turns 10 Through a variety of services, Mosquito Squad helps safeguard homes against mosquitoes, ticks and fleas.
School & Youth
Northeast Removes Invasive Species From Tick Neck Park As part of the new environmental science curriculum in Anne Arundel County Public Schools, students learn about invasive species in their area and remove it from the community.
Infant’s Cancer Journey Inspires Mom’s Second Book Rhodes posted her daily letters on social media to keep family, friends and neighbors aware of her son’s progress. She said the routine became therapeutic for her.
CHS Sophomore Alyssa Garofalo Earns Ben Carson Scholarship Alyssa has been interested in the medical field for as long as she can remember. She’s wanted to be an oncologist, an obstetrical nurse and then switched to wanting to be a doctor.
Arts & Entertainment
Before She Was The Queen Of Pop With the film, Guido set out to dispel a misconception that Madonna was a talentless entertainer who became famous by being promiscuous.
Briah Ryan Sees Creativity Everywhere Ryan is the Mountain Road Library’s Artist of the Month for April. Her exhibit features acrylic paintings in her three styles: sgraffito, meditative and mindful.
Pasadena Native Adds “Marvel,” More Projects To Resume “Marvel Rising” follows the new generation of Marvel superheroes, and the miniseries will ultimately consist of five issues.