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After 95 Years, Community Spirit Endures At Historic Odenton Church

For many years, nobody in Odenton remembered the historical significance of the small, white, gable-roofed building. But Epiphany Chapel and Church House, built for World War I soldiers stationed at … more

Gambrills Man Leads Official Presidential Escort In Inaugural Parade

Minutes after Ronald Reagan took the official oath of office on a chilly, late-January day in 1981, the United States exhaled as the 52 Americans held hostage during the 444-day Iranian Hostage … more

West County’s Greatest Love Story Winner

“Things Really Do Happen For A Reason” We get it. High school sweethearts turned husband and wife dynamic duo isn’t the most unique love story, but in today’s day and age of “Ice … more

VFW, Improvement Association Honor Odenton’s Finest

Each year, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5172 and the Greater Odenton Improvement Association (GOIA) recognize the area’s outstanding youth and residents during their annual Community … more

How Anne Arundel’s Budget Compares To Neighboring Counties’

When county employees wage their annual campaign of budget battles this spring, department leaders will inevitably implore government officials to offer compensation increases, support their capital … more

Who Will Be The Next County Executive?

Around noon on Friday, February 1, County Council Chairman Jerry Walker called up to the fourth floor of the Arundel Center and told acting County Executive John Hammond he had to get a letter to … more

It’s Time To Vote For The “Best Of West County” 2013!

Attention Crofton, Odenton And Gambrills! Your Vote Is Needed! The Voice wants to know which businesses, restaurants, services and venues in the West County area have become your favorites … more

Education Is Key For Crofton Volunteer Kevin McCoy

When Kevin McCoy relocated from Germany to Maryland in 2002, the Erie, Pennsylvania, native scoured the region for the best community to raise a family while he commuted to his job at the National … more

Editor’s Voice

February is one of those months that quite frankly makes me want to pack my bags and move to the Caribbean. The cold? The ice? The all-around dreariness? No thank you. Fortunately, however, February … more

The Great Backyard Bird Count

The Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) is an annual four-day event that engages birdwatchers of all ages in counting birds to create a real-time snapshot of where the birds are. The 2013 GBBC takes … more

Residents Balk Against New Recycling Carts

Anne Arundel County may have inadvertently shot itself in the foot as it opted to purchase and deliver to residents upgraded recycling carts containing embedded radio-frequency identification (RFID) … more

West County Churches Provide Winter Relief For The Homeless

Every night, October through April, over 90 homeless men and women find warmth, shelter, hot food and friendly faces in Anne Arundel County churches thanks to Arundel House of Hope’s Winter Relief … more

County Now Accepting Nominations For Mentoring Awards

The eighth-annual Mentoring Awards, sponsored by the Volunteer Center For Anne Arundel County, will be presented on Thursday, March 14. Help celebrate mentoring in our community by submitting your … more

Major Changes Ahead For Marley Neck Boulevard

  Due to the ongoing construction of new housing developments along Marley Neck Boulevard, county officials recently announced plans for major functional and cosmetic changes to the busy … more

County Dedicates Lake Shore Trail

Last month, County Executive John R. Leopold joined members of the Pasadena Business Association to dedicate a trail that leads from the Lake Shore Athletic Complex to the flagpole that faces … more

Riviera Beach VFC Holds Installation And Awards Banquet

By Darrell Mak The Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company held its annual Installation of Officers Banquet on January 12 to recognize incoming administrative and fire line officers as they take … more

Local Couple Start Nonprofit Relief Organization

  When Richard and Jennifer Cedeño delivered boxes full of donations to remote villages in Panama in 2010, they were shocked to discover that it wasn’t the children’s toys … more

Karen Broseker Dedicates Decades To Pasadena, State Schools

One game into the 2012 season, the Severn football team has shown its dramatic improvement a season ago is not slowing down any time soon. In an impressive all-around display before home fans, … more

Northeast HS Hosts Ed Reed Autograph Signing

  On January 7, Northeast High School and Man Cave Sports Memorabilia hosted Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed. The 420 people who had purchased tickets to the signing were pleasantly … more

Pasadena Tree Lighting Ceremony Draws Hundreds

  Forty-five minutes prior to the event’s start time, they started arriving in droves.  Gleeful children holding their parents’ hands, mothers pushing their curious toddlers … more
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