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How Mr. Trash Wheel Is Cleaning The Chesapeake Bay

Mr. Trash Wheel has been reducing pollution in the bay since its introduction in May 2014. more

Pasadena United Methodist Church Celebrates 100 Years Of Worship

Pasadena United Methodist Church celebrates its 100th anniversary with a weekend celebration on November 18. more

The Road Less Traveled

Driving through parts of Anne Arundel County can produce the feeling of a roller-coaster jolt. Potholes make some streets aggravating to traverse and other streets potentially hazardous. more

Pasadena Boat Parade Returns For Second Run

The Pasadena Boat Parade returns for its second year on December 1. more

Pasadena’s Barbara Patasce Serves People Across Neighborhoods

This month's Volunteer of the Month is SPAN volunteer Barbara Patasce. more

Editor’s Voice

I honestly feel as if we were just covering Fourth of July activities a few weeks ago, but somehow, we’re coming up on Thanksgiving. Where did 2018 go? Of course, it’s not looking as … more

Some Gifts Come With Fur

Pasadena Resident Starts Animal Rescue And Sanctuary more

We Want Your Contributions To Our Holiday Gifts & Events Guide

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and that means our annual Holiday Gifts & Events Guide is coming to your mailbox soon – specifically on November 16, exactly one week before … more

Elizabeth's Landing Honors Veterans With Tree Planting Event

The Elizabeth's Landing Community Association will host its second annual veterans tree planting event on November 11 at 9:30am. more

NHS Grad Penny Glover Promoted To Commander

The wife and daughter of Commander Penny Glover, a graduate of Northeast High School, recently changed out her shoulder boards to commander during a promotion ceremony at Navy Recruiting District New … more

Kiddo Halloween Party Is A Treat For Local Children

Parents finally had a good excuse to bring their kids to the office — well, maybe not their office. During The Office Bar and Grill’s first Halloween party on October 20, kids enjoyed … more

Riviera Beach VFC Hosts Open House And Fire Safety Day

The community came to Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company on October 27 to enjoy a range of activities: face painting, a Nerf battle, vehicle extrication demonstration, cornhole and more. For many … more

County Libraries Provide Wi-Fi Hotspots

AACPL branches are now offering portable WiFi hotspots. more

We Can’t Save The World, But We Can Improve It For Some

“At the end it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished. It’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better – it’s about what … more

The Enchanted Woodbridge Forest

This month's Neighborhood of the Month is Woodbridge Forest. more

Downs Park Group Celebrates 100th Patriotic Quilt Stitched For Veteran Patients Of Hospice

Downs Park Quilters celebrate 100 donations to Hospice of the Chesapeake. more

Hope Full Holidays Offers Support During Holiday Season

The holiday season, for many, means extended time with family members and other joyous traditions. Conversely, many people experience grief. “For some, traditions will never be the same or … more

To What Extent Does Oyster Harvesting Affect The Chesapeake Bay?

Oyster harvesting season started in October. As one of the county’s oldest traditions, oyster harvesting can be traced back for centuries. With so much attention focused on planting oysters in … more

USS Sioux City Announces Commissioning Week Events

USS Sioux City to be commissioned in Annapolis on Saturday, November 17. more

Northeast Marine Corps JROTC Partakes In Riviera Beach Appreciation Day

Riviera Beach held its annual parade, memorial ceremony, and thank you to first responders and veterans on September 22. Among the attendees were members of the Northeast Marine Corps JROTC. more
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