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Big Vanilla Pays Tribute To Troops

Local Athletic Club Collects For Care Packages In Memory Of 9-11 By Dylan Roche To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 9-11 disaster, Big Vanilla Athletic Club has organized a community … more

Remembering 9/11 At Marley Station

The Chesapeake High School Vocal ensemble performed the National Anthem and several other patriotic songs during the ceremony marking the official opening of the 9/11 Memorial. Photos by … more

OBI Is Golden!

By Rochelle Karina Opportunity Builders, Inc. is not a new name in the area. In fact, they’re getting ready to kick off their 50th anniversary, starting with their November Bull and … more

The Voice Asks: What Was Your First Job?

By Rochelle Karina With all the focus on jobs lately, The Voice decided it was time to take a look back at how some our community members earned their first paychecks. Whether it was working in … more

Editor's Voice

By Rochelle Karina The end of summer came to Anne Arundel County with a big bang. We were rocked by an earthquake (no big deal to this native of Southern California), then drenched by a series of … more

Towles Steps Up To Organize And Promote Sixth Annual DenaFest

By Hayley Gable To those who came out for this year’s 6th Annual DenaFest, it was blatantly obvious the amount of work that went into planning and producing the event. Hundreds of folks … more

Community Weathers Aftermath Of Hurricane Irene

By Hayley Gable The chaos began on Friday, August 26, when the grocery store aisles at Giant and Safeway in Lake Shore began to resemble a scene of havoc. Shelves once fully stocked with … more

Introducing The Voice Choice!

We’re so excited, we can barely contain ourselves! On Thursday, September 22, our Facebook page viewers saw the first of a series of questions. There will be 10 questions total, and … more

Police Community Relations Have First Meeting Of 2011/2012 Season

By Sharon Mager The Eastern District Police Community Relations Council scheduled their first meeting of the season for 7:30pm Wednesday, September 21, at the Eastern District Police station at … more

Horsing Around At Horse Appreciation Day

By Yvonne Lawson Early autumn brings about cool, crisp weather and those much loved fall festivities. On Saturday, September 17 Dublin Farms hosted the Pasadena Horse Appreciation Day from … more

Community Rallies To Maintain Route 100 Flag

By Sharon Mager The flag along Route 100 East toward Gibson Island waves proudly in the wind, a symbol of pride and heritage; and in Pasadena, it’s also a symbol of community. Samuel … more

Congratulations Hayley And James

The Pasadena Voice would like to offer heartfelt congratulations to Assistant Editor Hayley Gable on her September 10 marriage to James Bowerman!    Hayley Michelle Gable, … more

Watch Empty Seat, A Powerful PSA, Especially Now, During National Suicide Prevention Week

Creative Film Conveys Strong Message By Ellen Kinsella Don't let there be another empty seat.  That is the powerful and moving message of Empty Seat, a Public Service … more

Local Family Lost Everything, Including Pets, In Fire - Chargers Are Collecting Donations

Calling all community members: there is a family in great need and your donations are wanted! A Pasadena Chargers board member lost her home, pets, and all belongings in a devastating fire … more

Irene Is Coming - How To Cope

Guess what, there's a big hurricane coming! (As if anyone on the east coast hadn't heard.)  We've all been reading tips and words of advice, such as to stock up on water and nonperishable … more

Car And Bike Show Benefits 9/11 First Responder Survivors

By Sharon Mager In honor of those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, Chesapeake Christian Center in Pasadena will host a car and bike show this Sunday, September 11. Sherlie Hale, … more

Arundel House Of Hope Doughy Dog Transforms Lives

By Sharon Mager What’s better than an all-American hot dog with ketchup, mustard and onions on a hot summer day? How about knowing the funds raised are used to transform lives? … more

A Crosswalk For Kara?

Recent Tragedy Prompts Community Action By Ellen Kinsella Kara Micciche, a Broadneck High School student, had just turned 17 when her life was cut short in a heartbreaking accident. Her … more

Annual Horse Appreciation Day Set For September 17

The public is welcomed to attend the Pasadena Horse and Pony Association’s annual Horse Appreciation Day on September 17 at Dublin Farms, across from Chesapeake High School. Gates will open at … more

Three Hours And 9,000 Pounds, Shred Fest A Success

Lakeshore Plaza recently hosted “Shred Fest,” a free event that drew a large crowd who brought documents containing personal information to be shredded in an effort to reduce identity … more
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