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Community Has Embraced Annual Burn Ride Fundraiser

By Darrell Mak In the end, it was all for the kids. Several years ago while on a trip to Myrtle Beach, SC, local business owner Tom Sylvester and other local businessmen sat around … more

Editor's Voice

By Hayley Gable, Assistant Editor Summertime in Pasadena has arrived at last, and along with the sunshine and warm weather comes the many other fun and unique perks of residing in our community: … more

Siwinski Touches All The Bases For Lake Shore Baseball

By Hayley Gable Growing up, baseball was never the sport-of-choice for North Shore resident Brian Siwinski. Preferring soccer above all other sports, Siwinski wasn’t certain what to … more

Catholic Daughters Honor Writing Contest Winners

By Cynthia Fowler The Catholic Daughters organization hosted “Celebration of Excellence in Writing and the Arts” on May 15 and 42 local and six state winners were honored with cash … more

Restoration Covenant Church A Sign Of The Times

By John Singleton Commuters along a busy commercial strip of I-97 in Millersville have been treated to a series of inquiring signs over the past 12 months. “Need Something Fresh In Your … more

Beloved Pastor Retires From Community United Methodist

By Kevin Murnane Pastor Rick Gray of the Community United Methodist Church in Pasadena is retiring after 42 years of serving the community.   “Pastor Gray is the … more

Variety Abounds In Local Summer VBS Programs

By Sharon Mager With summer time just around the corner, the kids are ready for some serious fun. Pasadena and Severna Park churches are serving up just the thing - Vacation Bible School. … more

Jack's Place Café Opens At Big Vanilla

By John Singleton Roll out the red yoga mat - Jack’s Place is opening its doors at the Big Vanilla Athletic Club. The café will honor longtime Big Vanilla employee and Pasadena … more

Chesapeake Home Oyster Program Targets A Healthier Stoney Creek

By Kevin Murnane Pasadena residents Caryn Canfield and Chris Wallis met while sailing on Rock Creek. They have since teamed up to help improve the water quality in the area based on their … more

Magothy River Day Celebrates Health, Beauty And Fun Of Local Waterway

By Hayley Gable For residents of Pasadena, the Magothy River is far more than just a nearby body of water: It is our culture, it is our tradition, and surely it is our lifestyle. On … more

Riviera Beach VFC Hits Another Anniversary Milestone

By Darrell Mak As the Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company quietly celebrates its 80th anniversary, the station’s members continue to find creative ways, as it has in the past, to host … more


Jessica Lynn Kraft To Wed Matthew David Haught Steve and Mary Kraft of Pasadena are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Lynn Kraft, to Matthew David Haught, son of … more

Annual Strawberry Festival And Flea Market

Jenkins Memorial Church is holding its Annual Strawberry Festival and Flea Market on Saturday, June 11, from 7:00am to 3:00pm. Spaces are available for purchase at $7 (for those bringing their own … more

Kingson Royals Rise From The Ashes

By John Singleton From the ashes comes victory. That’s what they believe over at the Kingson Royals Baseball Program. Since its inception in 2004 the Christian faith-based youth … more

Pastor Price Journeys Home To Chesapeake Christian Center

By John Singleton David Price, Pastor of Chesapeake Christian Center in Pasadena, never expected he’d fulfill a career in the church.  “I was an entrepreneurial kid - … more

"The Way Homes" Ministry Provides Recovery Program For Local Men

By John Singleton Greg Anderson prefers to say there’s no high like the Most High. That’s where he came up with the idea for “The Way Homes” 12-step recovery program, … more

American Cancer Society Holds Relay For Life

Cancer Never Sleeps So Why Should We? By Elizabeth Harwood In response to the impact cancer has had on their lives, the community pulled an all-nighter to celebrate survivors, remember … more

Local Resident Spends Own Retirement Funds To Support Troops

By Darrell Mak It’s not a decision that anyone could easily make, but last year Crownsville resident Scott Mallary decided to risk his retirement savings to show his appreciation to … more

Marley Boat Club Celebrates 48th Annual Opening Day

By Kevin Murnane While there are over 50 boat clubs in Maryland, the Pasadena-based Marley Boat Club may be the runaway leader when it comes to socialization and friendship. According to … more

Volunteer of the Month: Parent Volunteers Organize NHS's First Ever After-Prom Party

By Hayley Gable While Northeast High has traditionally hosted a prom each spring for its graduating seniors, an “after-prom party” is an event the school … more
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