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Where To Watch The Fireworks This Fourth Of July

Ah, the Fourth of July — a time to celebrate America with cookouts, boat excursions and, of course, incredible fireworks. This year, there are several nearby fireworks displays that will give … more

Weekend Events June 22-24

It's the first official weekend of the summer! And the forecast is clouded with rain, but what else is new? Check out these highlights of happenings around town this weekend: Friday, … more

Weekend Events June 15-17

Happy Friday! Don't look now, but we're supposed to be clear of rain all weekend! Apply your sunscreen and get outside to enjoy the weather this Father's Day weekend.  … more

PBA’s Annual Scholarships Help Advance The Opportunities Of Pasadena Graduates

With their lengthy list of accomplishments — academic honors, volunteerism, club leadership, sports victories and so forth — it’s easy to forget that the recipients of the Pasadena … more

No Need To Panic: Pasadena’s Flood Problems Differ From Ellicott City

When Pasadena’s neighbor just up Route 100, Ellicott City, was struck by another devastating flash flood over Memorial Day weekend, it left many people in Maryland and across the country concerned. … more

Development Bills Gain Widespread Support At County Council Meetings

With citizen input throughout the fall and winter, Anne Arundel County commenced the General Development Plan (GDP) process, which, upon its adoption by the county council in late 2019, will guide … more

Share Your Spare: Pasadena’s Gary Simmont Donates Kidney To Fellow Dog Lover

As the owner of Body by Simmont, Gary Simmont regularly scrutinizes vehicles to assess damage and needed repairs. Although he is no doctor, it took only one look at Laurel Weetall to notice something … more

Volunteers Make Downs Park Safe, Welcoming And Fun

Friends of Downs Park Secretary Cheryl Schwabline and Treasurer Stephanie McGregor both see the 236-acre site as a vital part of Pasadena rather than just another location. Schwabline … more

Editor’s Voice

When I last wrote this column in May, we were only a few weeks past the latest sight of snow in Maryland. I’m not kidding — maybe some of you have forgotten (or blocked it out), but we got snow … 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

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

Eight Tips For Finding A Trustworthy Storm Roof Contractor

By Rob Calhan and Artie Hendricks After a storm, it’s important to perform any necessary roofing repairs quickly to help protect your home from further damage. But that doesn’t … more

Boy Scouts Recognized For Rescuing Friend From Hornet Attack

In late May, six members of Boy Scout troops 870 and 129 were recognized by the Boy Scouts Baltimore Area Council with Meritorious Action Awards for saving one of their own last summer. The … more

Fort Smallwood Optimists Issue Annual Awards

The Fort Smallwood Optimist Club recently spread positivity with its recognition of two local exemplars. In May, Katy Myers was named the club’s 2018 Citizen of the Year and Phillip Clarke from … more


Dine In The Dena Food Truck Nights Food truck owners are parking their mobile kitchens at Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company on Mondays throughout the summer from 4:00pm to 8:00pm. Foodies can … more

Kurtz’s Beach Donates $6,000 To Chesapeake Bay Trust

Following the Made In Maryland Festival, Kurtz's Beach recently held a check presentation for its $6,000 donation to the Chesapeake Bay Trust. (L-R) John Mason and Bonnie Kurtz Dausch presented the … more

Doctor’s Orders: Date Your Partner Weekly

Eight Creative Summer Dates The key to a happy, long-lasting relationship can be summarized in just two words: date nights. Going out to dinner gets old. Cocktails pack on the pounds. Movies … more

Knights Of Columbus Hosts Fourth Annual Joey Sudo Memorial Golf Classic

The Knights of Columbus Council 11552 — St. Andrew By the Bay will host the fourth annual Joey Sudo Memorial Golf Classic at Compass Pointe Golf Course in Pasadena on Friday, June 15. Registration … more

Get Yourself To The Water!

Check Out The New Public Access Opportunities And Speak Up For Continued Improvement It is easier than it used to be to get to the water in Anne Arundel County. With 500-plus miles of Chesapeake … more

The FY2019 Budget Bolsters The Plan Schuh Set In Motion Four Years Ago

When County Executive Steve Schuh shared his Fiscal Year 2019 budget proposal on May 1, he had one of his last major opportunities to leave a lasting mark on Anne Arundel County prior to … more
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