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Superintendent’s Budget Proposal Addresses Over-Capacity Classrooms In Pasadena

If The Budget Is Approved, Three Schools Will Have Additional Classrooms Built   If Superintendent George Arlotto’s budget proposal passes, that will mean big … more

The History And Mystery Behind Pasadena's Wishing Rock

By Terri Peters Haunted houses, mysterious plane crashes, murders and suicide attempts barely scratch the surface of the collection of spooky stories surrounding Pasadena’s Wishing … more

Design Of New Riviera Beach Library Underway

Nearly 50 years after it first opened in 1971, the Riviera Beach Library is being revamped with a new and improved building, expanded interior and modern appearance. Perhaps one of the … more

Henry “Hank” Simon Retires From Galilee Lutheran Church

After 46 years of pastoral ministry, the Rev. Hank Simon, pastor of Galilee Lutheran Church, has retired. Over 12 of those years were spent ministering at Galilee. His last sermon as pastor … more

The Dena Initiative Seeks Volunteers To Make The World A Better Place

Originating in Pasadena, the Dena Initiative is a movement led by volunteers who intend to spread love, combat the opioid epidemic and erase the stigma associated with mental illness. Members are … more

Shop Local This Holiday Season At The Providence Center

The Gifts That Give Shop Helps Support The Providence Center And Its Mission   Are you looking for local and handmade gifts this holiday season? The Providence … more

Royal Farms Closes Temporarily To Undergo Expansion

Customers who frequent the Royal Farms at 2500 Mountain Road, near the Catherine Avenue intersection, may have been surprised in early March to see that their go-to shop for morning coffee or fried … more

Chesapeake Christian Church Welcomes New Lead Pastor

By Amy Koenig The Chesapeake Christian Church is a warm and vibrant community. Recently they have welcomed a new lead pastor into their mix, Bishop Greg Copley. Bishop Copley grew up in … more

County Executive Leopold Announces Plans For Adaptive Track At Freedom Field

County Executive John Leopold extended his thanks to the governor, comptroller and treasurer for approving “Program Open Space” funds for the Lake Waterford Park Adaptive Recreation Track. … more

Talk Saves Lives – What’s That?

The Maryland chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is coming to Anne Arundel County with two installments of the presentation Talk Saves Lives. The first, set for Wednesday, April … more

Husband And Wife Donate Snowball Truck To Neighborhood Church

Local couple Phil and Shelley Mahoney wanted to make their summer not just a fun one but also a blessed one. Their plan of action? Helping their church give out not dozens of Bibles but dozens of … more

Boulevard Park: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

If television’s friendliest gathering spot was a neighborhood instead of a New England sports bar, the Boulevard Park community would be the “Cheers” of Pasadena. Four … more

Community Briefs

Marley Glen Invites The Community To A Craft Fair Marley Glen Special Education Center will hold its inaugural spring craft fair on Saturday, April 21, from 9:00am to 2:00pm. The school, located … more

Partners In Care To Hold Jewelry Extravaganza April 30

Partners In Care will hold its annual Jewelry Extravaganza from 10:00am to 3:00pm on Saturday, April 30, at Historic Baldwin Hall, located at 1358 Millersville Road in Millersville. This year’s … more

September 11 Anniversary Ceremony Includes Reflection And Remembrance

Elected officials, police officers and firefighters recently descended upon Anne Arundel County’s September 11 Memorial at police headquarters in Millersville to commemorate the 14th … more

Man Saves Pasadena Resident From House Fire

When Sean “Tommy” Corkran and Danielle Carson stepped outside Carson’s home in Riviera Beach during the wee hours of August 13, the only smoke they expected to see was what drifted … more

The Voice Wants To Find The Best Christmas Lights In Town!

Send Us A Photo Of Your Decorations And You Could Win! This holiday season, we want to find out who has the best Christmas lights in Pasadena, and we’re letting our readers be the … more

No Need To Search Far - Halloween Happenings Are Plentiful In The 'Dena

Local Area Boasts Plenty Of Opportunities For Fall Fun By Dylan Roche Carving pumpkins, dressing in costumes, enjoying popcorn and candy apples and fun-size chocolate bars — … more

SPCA To Host "Walk For The Animals" On April 29

The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is holding its 21st-annual Walk for the Animals on Sunday, April 29 from 8:00am-1:00pm at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis. The Walk will be held rain or shine. … more

Corporal Allen Marcus Named CIT International Officer Of The Year

With the number of recent mass shootings, the valuable role of the police force and mental health specialists has become integral. One such person, Corporal Allen Marcus of Pasadena, was recently … more
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