Featured Stories

New Principal at Chesapeake High School

Chesapeake High School’s new principal has a simple goal: make a positive impact. John Yore was appointed to the position at CHS over the summer.
Pasadena Pegged As Potential Site Of Bay Bridge Span
When the Maryland Transportation Authority announced the potential sites for a new bridge crossing, Pasadena’s state delegation …
High Point Elementary School Gets A Facelift
High Point students received a surprise in early September when they returned to an improved building complete with a media center, …
Pasadena Businesses Restore Book Bank Van
The Maryland Book Bank van picks up thousands of donations each week from homes, schools and libraries in the Baltimore area.
Community

Providence Center Seeks Sponsors For Harvest Bash

Providence Center is an organization that serves about 500 adults with disabilities daily. Its annual fall fundraiser, the Harvest Bash, is October 12.

Ravens Groups Soar Into The Season With Optimism

The Baltimore Ravens are sporting a new look this year with Lamar Jackson in his first full year as quarterback, along with Marquise “Hollywood” Brown at wide receiver, Mark Ingram at running back, and safety Earl Thomas roaming around in the secondary.

Local Fisherman Nets Giant Blue Marlin In Ocean City Tournament

Pasadena resident pulled in a tournament-winning 465.5-pound blue marlin during the 46th annual White Marlin Open in Ocean City, Maryland, in early August.

Riviera Beach Appreciation Day Will Be Remembered For Touching Moments

Event organizer Michael Vaccarino said the appreciation day, which started five years ago, has sparked more awareness about the people who keep Pasadena neighborhoods safe.

PHOTO GALLERY: Riviera Beach Memorial Project's Appreciation Day

The Riviera Beach Memorial Project held its annual Appreciation Day for first responders and members of the military on September 14.

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Sports

Chesapeake Comes Up Short In 20-16 Loss To Severna Park

Turnovers cost the Cougars against the visiting Falcons.

Panthers Top Chargers In 14U Showdown, 20-0

The Panthers and Chargers 14U football teams were both 1-1 entering their Week 3 matchup at Lake Waterford Park on September 7. It was the visiting Panthers who earned Pasadena bragging rights …

Northeast Rattled By North County, 42-19, As Interstate Test Looms In Week 3

A week can make quite a difference. Just seven days after scorching Mount Hebron 41-14 in a season-opening win at home, the hitherto high-octane Northeast Eagles had their jets cooled by North …

Pasadena 12U Chargers Kick Off Season With Win Over Severna Park

The 12U Pasadena Chargers football team kicked off the season with a 6-0 victory over the Severna Park Green Hornets at Lake Waterford Park on August 24. Pasadena’s win moved the team to 1-0 …

Chesapeake Girls Rally For 2-2 Tie Vs. South River

A 2-2 tie in early September isn’t exactly a make-or-break outcome, but for the Chesapeake girls soccer team, its September 11 matchup with South River was a result to be proud of. The …
Business
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.
PBA Update Check out the monthly update for the Pasadena Business Association.
Eat And Greet: PBA Crab Feast Is September 25 The community will again gather for the Pasadena Business Association’s annual crab feast on September 25 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm at Kurtz’s Beach (2070 Kurtz Avenue).
School & Youth
Question Of The Month: Pasadena Elementary School This month, students from Ms. Guzowski’s class at Pasadena Elementary answered the question: What has you most excited about fifth grade and why?
Fifth-Grader Repaints United States Mural At Sunset Elementary A fifth-grade student repainted the United States mural on the playground of Sunset Elementary School in August.
Ken Brenneman Self-Publishes Children’s Book About Social Justice Ken Brenneman’s self-published children’s book, “A Family of One,” introduces Sammy as he begins to explore his family’s diversity and discover that unique families are uniquely special.
Arts & Entertainment
Brian Hardy: Climbing The Ropes And The Charts It's been an exciting year for Brian Hardy. A 2008 graduate of Northeast High School, Hardy has seen his professional wrestling and musical careers ascend to new heights in 2019.
Abstract Artist Has First Private Show At Mountain Road Library Glen Burnie artist Andrea Goggans will display a collection of her abstract paintings at the Mountain Road Library meeting room in Pasadena through November.
BTM Brings The Chilling Story Of “The Snow Queen” To Maryland Hall With winter on the horizon, The Ballet Theater of Maryland (BTM) is looking forward to its upcoming production, “The Snow Queen.”