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Shop Local Festival To Drive Home The Importance Of Supporting Small Businesses

The Pasadena Business Association (PBA) is expanding its calendar with a new signature event in 2018, and this time, it’s an event with a mission — the inaugural Pasadena Shop Local … more

County Council Passes Resolution, Declares Bullying Public Nuisance

At the May 7 county council meeting, the council passed a resolution that declares bullying a public nuisance.   Councilmember Peter Smith introduced the resolution at the … more

Kurtz’s Beach Celebrates 85th Anniversary

Today, countless new brides and grooms rave about Kurtz’s Beach as a magical waterfront venue with fabulous food and an excellent staff. Others visit to enjoy crab feasts, family reunions or … more

Tasty Nights Returns Food Trucks To Earleigh Heights

On the first Tuesday in May, 10 food trucks banded together to bring Tasty Nights back to Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company. For the last two years, H2 Markets organized the food trucks at … more

Two Years Later, Casalino Unveils After-Prom Party

There’s no rest for the wicked. After successfully throwing Chesapeake High School’s after-prom party, Terri Casalino has only one month to rest before she gears up for the next one, … more

Editor’s Voice

Sometimes I feel as if I always begin this column by saying, “This is an exciting time for us here at the Voice,” or some variation thereof. But in May, I really, truly mean it. … more

Riviera Beach VFC Hosts Annual Carnival

Come one, come all! The Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company’s annual carnival is in town now through Saturday, May 19. In addition to the carnival rides, there are games, goldfish, a dunking … more

Delight In Downs Park At Community Family Day

On an ordinary day, visitors to Downs Park can enjoy scenic views of the Chesapeake Bay, a Victorian-style “mother’s garden,” paved walking trails, basketball courts, a playground, … more

Sillery Bay Residents Epitomize “Pride In Ownership”

If not for the community’s large welcoming sign, Sillery Bay would be one of the hidden waterfront gems off Lower Mountain Road. It’s the kind of secluded and quiet neighborhood that … more


No Need To Draw Straws: Annual Festival At CUMC Has Enough Food For Everyone Community United Methodist Church is holding its annual strawberry festival on June 2 from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Guests … more

Pasadena Native Serves With The U.S. Navy Half A World Away

A Pasadena native and 2012 Northeast High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy, forward-deployed aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur. Seaman Shaquona O'Berry is a … more

Organizations Lack Funding To Continue Rebuilding Chesapeake Bay Oyster Reefs

There are currently no funds remaining to continue rebuilding oyster reefs in the Chesapeake Bay. After the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement was signed in June 2014, the watershed’s … more

Jing Ying Donates To The Bernie House

As part of celebrating the Chinese New Year at Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi, owners Billy and Nancy Greer held a fundraiser for The Bernie House, a nonprofit organization that … more

Maryland To Discuss Health Of The Chesapeake At First-Ever State of the Coast Conference On Eastern Shore

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science will bring together more than 200 local officials, business and industry leaders, resource … more

Anne Arundel County Literacy Council Hosts Appreciation Dinner At Woods Church

The Anne Arundel County Literacy Council (AACLC) held its annual appreciation dinner on April 26 at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park. A large group of AACLC volunteers, supported by … more

Community Breaks Ground On Broadneck Trail Phase II

During Bike to School Day yesterday, the Department of Recreation and Parks held a groundbreaking ceremony for Phase II of the Broadneck Peninsula Trail. In attendance were Corporal Jose … more

Schuh Unveils FY2019 Budget

When County Executive Steve Schuh addressed a crowd at the Arundel Center on May 1 to announce his $1.59 billion budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2019, he outlined a familiar message: a property tax … more

Come One, Come All: Lake Shore VFC Carnival Returns This April

The Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Company’s annual carnival is a local tradition, but it wasn’t always on solid footing. After manning the money wheel at the Chelsea Beach carnival for … more

Got The Power: How Does BGE Handle Outages Following Extreme Weather Events?

Overachieving is not always good. In the case of a severe weather event — such as Storm Riley, the multi-day stretch of high winds that swept the northeast in early March — overachieving … more

One Person’s Trash Is Another Person’s Treasure

Talking With The County’s Recycling Program Manager When you leave your recycling outside for curb pickup, do you know where it ends up? Depending on the materials, they could be in … more
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