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Pasadena Delegation Closes Book On 2011 Legislative Session

By John Singleton The 2011 Maryland legislative session closed at midnight on Monday, April 11, with the passage of the largest budget in the history of the state. “The $34 billion … more

Dave Farley Brings Renewed Energy And Excitement To Havenwood Girls Softball Program

By Hayley Gable While Pasadena has long been known as a powerhouse of talented young softball players, what all too often becomes overlooked are the number of dedicated coaches and parents … more

Former Chesapeake Student, Leon Edge, Is A Boxing Phenom

  By John SingletonOn February 5, Chesapeake High School alum Leon Edge arrived at the gym at 5:00pm for a fight that wouldn’t begin until 9:15. He was nervous. In … more

Some Unusual Creatures Appearing In Local Waterways

By John SingletonOver 100 million years ago, the dinosaur Astrodon roamed the swamps of Maryland. Fossil remains have been discovered in Arundel Clay, a sedimentary, rock formation only a few … more

Some Unusual Creatures Appearing In Local Waterways

By John SingletonOver 100 million years ago, the dinosaur Astrodon roamed the swamps of Maryland. Fossil remains have been discovered in Arundel Clay, a sedimentary, rock formation only a few … more

Editor's Voice

By Rochelle KarinaIt seems spring has sprung… It’s been a busy month at The Voice. We’ve been preparing to launch the brand new Pasadena Voice website that went live with this issue, … more

Volunteer Of The Month: Mary Burrall

Mary Burrall Gives Her Creativity To CHS Theater Department By Hayley GableWhen Mary Burrall’s daughter began participating in Chesapeake High School theater productions three years … more

Father-Son Duo On Pace For Winter Series Glory

By Amy RussellLee Bollhorst and his son Kyle are after one thing this season: a first place finish in the Annapolis Sailing Frostbite Series. And if history suggests anything, a win is within … more

McGowan Still Undefeated In MMA Professional Ranks

Former Eagle And Cougar Making A Name For Himself By Amy RussellPasadena local and mixed martial arts fighter Ryan McGowan continues to impress as an undefeated professional in the Mixed … more

Sport Fishing Show Reels In Thousands Of Eager Anglers

By Kevin Murnane“It’s like being a kid in a candy store,” described Pasadena Sportfishing Group President George Bentz. The “Candy Store,” of course, is the annual Pasadena … more

Cougars Pounce On The Competition

Boys Take Region Crown, Girls Finish First At County Meet By Amy RussellAfter the girls handled the Anne Arundel County competition, the Chesapeake High School boys indoor track and field … more

Jack Lucas Lived Life The Right Way, Every Day

By John SingletonJack Lucas and Joanne Paxson of Pasadena were engaged on Valentine’s Day. They were married a few months later on July 6, 2002 in the chapel at Spalding High School. At the … more

Thur, Tribble Plan Nuptials

Tom and Tina Thur of Severna Park are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Christina Thur, to Benet Tribble, son of Kurt and Debbie Tribble of Millersville.Tribble graduated from the … more

Gable, Bowerman To Wed

Paul and Shonette Gable of Pasadena are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hayley Michelle Gable, to James Vincent Bowerman, son of John and Pamela Bowerman of Pasadena. Mr. Bowerman … more

Health Of Magothy Report Shows Continued Decline

By Darrell MakIt was the lowest grade possible, short of failing. The beleaguered health of the Magothy River fell to an all-time low in 2010 with an index score of 22 percent, equivalent to a D … more

Mountain Road Airport Has Been A Hidden Treasure For 61 Years

By Hayley Gable Bowerman It was during the morning hours of September 11, 2001, when Pasadena native Henry Schmidt received an alarming phone call from the U.S. Federal Aviation … more

County Budget Not As Dismal As Expected

By Darrell MakAlthough much better than originally feared, the county is still trying to resolve about a $30 million budget shortfall for the next fiscal year, but, fortunately, the latest … more
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