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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. more

And The Winners For The Best Of Pasadena Are…

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

Maryland Lawmakers Push Long-Term Policies During 2019 Session

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

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. more

Margueritte Mills Volunteer of the Month: Chuck Yocum

“My grandmother never asked me how my day was. It was always about giving back.” more

Editor’s Voice

Hear from Voice editor Dylan Roche. more

Quiet, Hidden Golf Course Community Is A Pasadena Gem

The community has a rural feel; however, the steam chimney stacks of Baltimore are barely visible above the tree-line from the hill, reminding residents that the amenities of the city are just a short commute away. more

Historic Hancock’s Resolution Opens For The Season

The 18th-century farmhouse is open 1:00-4:00pm Sundays (except Easter) through October. more

Military Milestones: Pasadena Family Has Sent Six Into Service

Since arriving in Pensacola, the 2011 CHS graduate has held positions as administrator of his barracks (assisting the military training instructors), class leader and formation leader. more

Hot Spring Services From The Anne Arundel Home Services Company

Here’s a list of tips to help you tackle this sometimes overwhelming task, to get your homes and outdoor areas ready for all the summer fun! more

Here’s What’s Cookin’: PBA Gears Up For 10th Taste Of Pasadena

The event serves to spotlight Pasadena’s food vendors, and there will be 14 vendors this year. more

Dine In The Dena Returns To Riviera Beach

The trucks will be stationed at 8506 Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Kids Hop To Lake Shore VFC For Lunch With The Easter Bunny

Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Company held a lunch with the Easter Bunny on April 13. Guests were invited to enjoy games and crafts, tour fire engines, and have a free lunch with a hot dog and … more

CHS Grad Serves as Member of U.S. Navy's 'Silent Service' in Pearl Harbor

Petty Officer 2nd Class Austin Prince, a 2010 Chesapeake High School graduate has served for three years and works as a Navy machinist's mate serving aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines in Hawaii. more

Nonprofit’s 40th Anniversary Gala Raises More Than $650K For Patients, Families

The stellar event celebrated the many volunteers, professionals, donors and families who have shared the path in the four-decade journey of one of the nation’s first hospice organizations. more

County Executive Pittman Creates Gun Violence Prevention Task Force

The task force is charged with researching and compiling data on crimes and suicide involving guns and recommending actions to help reduce gun violence. more

New Citizen Planning Committee Welcomes Your Input On April 13

CAC meetings will held on the first and third Wednesday of each month, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the Chesapeake Room of the Heritage Center. more

Kids Helping Kids: Children In Action Undertakes Backpack Project

Students in the Children In Action group at Grace Baptist Church of Sunset Beach collected 13 backpacks for abused children in transit to foster care. Julie Rhodes, who leads the group, explained … more

Partners In Care Receives Grant From TowerCares Foundation

The grant will help support veterans. more

Coming Right Up: Tasty Nights Returns To Earleigh Heights

Your Tuesdays are looking a lot tastier. more
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