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Pasadena School Resource Officers Keep Students Safe

Corporal Jim McAdams was about to watch a gunfight on an episode of “The Walking Dead” on November 5, 2017, when he got a call about a real shooting threat at his assigned school, … more

County Council Addresses Pre-Born Children, Plasma Centers And More

Editor’s Note: Some of the bills in this article were voted on after the Voice’s September edition went to print. Visit for updates. After its usual … more

John Polyniak Remembered For His Selflessness, Kindness And Positivity

For countless families in the Pasadena community, John Polyniak of McCully-Polyniak Funeral Home was a voice of comfort and compassion during a time of grief. For members of the Pasadena Business … more

The Blanchards Keep History Alive At Hancock’s Resolution

Not many nonprofits offer volunteers the chance to examine muskets from the Revolutionary War or touch 19th-century wedding dresses, but Hancock’s Resolution presents a tangible link to the … more

Editor’s Voice

Let me start by wishing all students a happy start to the new school year! How are you feeling about it? I always remember the back-to-school season being incredibly bittersweet: I hated to see … more

Northeast Signature Program Brings Back The Haunted House Of Addictions

Death keeps no calendar, but members of the Pasadena community might want to mark October 13 on their schedules. From 5:00pm to 7:00pm, during the same time as the trunk-or-treat, the Northeast Human … more

Where To Get Your Fall Fix Around Pasadena

Do you feel that chill? Fall is officially underway! For many, the season means pumpkins, Halloween, Oktoberfest celebrations and more. No matter what the fall months mean to you, Pasadena has … more

Venice On The Bay Provides Plenty Of Water Access, Green Space

At the far north end of Fort Smallwood Road, between the intersections of Arundel Road and North Avenue, is Venice on the Bay. The serene neighborhood of once beach cottages boasts access to Hines … more

Mental Illness Gala Set For October 6

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Anne Arundel County is hosting its inaugural NAMI Mental Health Gala for Anne Arundel County on Saturday, October 6, from 6:30pm to 11:00pm at Crowne … more


Crafters Wanted Pasadena United Methodist Church, located at 61 Ritchie Highway, is looking for crafters for its fall craft fair to be held from 9:00am to 2:00pm on October 20. Space rental … more

Literacy Council To Hold Fundraiser Walk-A-Thon On October 13

The Anne Arundel County Literacy Council (AACLC) will hold the third annual Literacy Lights the Way 5K walk-a-thon on Saturday, October 13, from 8:30am to 11:00am. The walk will take place on the … more

Adopt A Granny

You can provide emotional, spiritual and practical support to an elderly granny in your community. This opportunity can also provide you and your children with a rewarding new friendship with a wise … more

Water, Water Everywhere, But Not A Drop To Drink

In July, we saw an almost unprecedented deluge of rain in our area. Flash-flood warnings screamed from phones and TVs, and local roadways were transformed into rivers. In the midst of one torrential … more

Long-Awaited Fire Station Finally Comes To Lake Shore

The Empire State Building was constructed in one year and 45 days. Mall of America took about three years to complete. Members of Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Company waited roughly six years … more

Chesapeake Bay Health Improves As Government Reduces Cleanup Enforcement

Conowingo Dam Overflows The Chesapeake Bay’s 2017 report card, which was released in July, delivered good news: The bay’s overall health improved in 2017. The report was … more

Family Fun Day Is One More Reminder Of The Impact Rotary Has Made In Its 70 Years

Service Above Self — It’s a motto that the Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary has exemplified for the last 70 years, whether members were donating dictionaries to schoolchildren or giving out … more

Football Season Means Fandom And Philanthropy For Dedicated Groups

Ravens Roosts And Ravens Nest 10 Welcome The New Year Each time this season that quarterback Joe Flacco slings a touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree or Hayden Hurst, each time that linebacker … more

Hey, Kids! We Want To Hear Why Your Summer Was Amazing

Everyone says that kids these days are glued to their smartphones or tablets. But we at the Voice know better — and we’re pretty sure that if we ask, we’ll hear some pretty amazing … more

Riviera Beach Teachers Keep Students Connected To School During Summer Months

Students sat on the bench encircling a tree in front of Riviera Beach Elementary School. They took out their sketch pads and picked up their drawings from where they’d left off the week before. … more

Editor’s Voice

And...we’re back! Did you miss us? Or did you not even notice we’ve been gone a couple of extra weeks beyond our usual four between issues? The extra time in the summer always gives us a … more
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