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Weekend/MLK Events January 18-21

Happy Friday, Pasadena! There’s a lot going on around town this weekend. more

PLUNGE GUIDE: Polar Bear Plunge Dares Marylanders To An Ice-Cold Swim In Support Of Special Olympics

Brrr! Are you ready to bear the cold? About 10,000 people from across the state of Maryland are – and you could be one of them! more

PLUNGE GUIDE: Why I Plunge: Oliver Clark

For seventh-grader Oliver Clark, the MSP Polar Bear Plunge has become a tradition that brings his family closer together each year. more

PLUNGE GUIDE: A Message From Maryland State Police

The Maryland State Police is proud to be a founding member of the Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics. more

PLUNGE GUIDE: A Message From Special Olympics Maryland

Thanks to your efforts in helping us reach our goal of $2.5 million, we are able to provide year-round sport opportunities for more than 7,782 individuals with intellectual disabilities in Maryland. more

PLUNGE GUIDE: Freezin’ For A Reason

How Funds Raised Support Special Olympics Maryland more

PLUNGE GUIDE: Unified Fundraising: Teaming Up To Raise $10,000

We sat down with Special Olympics Maryland supporter David Butts to talk about the partnership. more

A Look Back At 2018

Join us in a look back at 2018 — a year when continuity and change both made Pasadena a better place. more

Pasadena Welcomes The Holidays During Annual Tree Lighting

In a celebration rivaled only by that of the fictitious, hand-holding, carol-singing Whos of Whoville, the Pasadena Business Association held its annual tree lighting. more

Christmas Comes Early For Kids Who Shop With A Cop

Kids from Pasadena and nearby areas have never had a better reason to wake up early. more

PIC Celebrates 25 Years While Planning For Future

“We are kind hands supporting seniors. We provide the kinds of assistant seniors might ask of a neighbor. We are the organization where all generations support the independence of older adults.” more

Power To The People: New County Executive Steuart Pittman Pledges To Make Government More Collaborative

Steuart Pittman won the county executive race with a D next to his name, but he doesn’t consider party affiliation to be the reason he overtook Steve … more

With Political And Legal Background, Volke Is Equipped To Serve

While many politicians preach about the need for change as they run for office, new Pasadena Councilman Nathan Volke wants to keep Pasadena on the current … more

Michael Sohn Continues 10th Year As Earleigh Heights Santa

“I’ve sat in that thing [in the] cold, rain. It’s fun. I enjoy it.” more

Editor’s Voice

What is it that makes you feel as if it’s officially the holiday season? more

Winter Gardening Tips And Enhancements

The winter landscape provides beautiful color in warm and cool tones, fascinating texture, and architectural interest. You can enhance the aesthetics of your winter garden with a clean-up. more

Cedarwood Cove Honors Family And Traditions

Tucked behind Chesapeake High School off of Mountain Road, Cedarwood Cove boasts a beautiful pool, waterfront access to Bodkin Creek, a pavilion, a park and a neighborhood swim team. more

Elves For Elders: Cheery Volunteers Stuff Stockings For Seniors

For some seniors, the holidays can be lonely. more

Toys For The Dena Run Provides A Fun Way For Bikers To Support Pasadena Families

The Office collected more than 100 toys for the Dena Run. more

Design Of New Jacobsville Fire Station Unveiled

“This new Jacobsville fire station will be a bricks-and-mortar example of our unshakable commitment to public safety.” more
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