Week in Review: 40 Animals Seized, Casino Revenue
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40 Animals Seized from Pasadena Home
Animal Control officers also found one deceased rabbit and numerous dead quail inside the home in the 8000 block of Lockwood Road.
PHOTO: Is It a Coyote or a Fox?
A Pasadena Patch reader spotted this critter along the 8200 block of Ventnor Road.
Stolen Ravens Tickets Lead to Anne Arundel Twosome
Police charged a Pasadena man and a Glen Burnie woman in the daytime door kick-in burglaries in Howard County.
Police Charge 2 with LSD Possession in Pasadena
Anne Arundel County police arrested two men Tuesday in Pasadena on charges of marijuana and LSD possession with intent to distribute.
Virtual Tour: Homes for Sale in Pasadena
Check out real estate videos to see homes on the market without leaving your computer.
Search for Burglar Disrupts Pasadena School Dismissal
The suspect was seen behind the school during dismissal on Thursday.
Casino Revenues Decline Between August and September
All casinos in the state pulled in less money than they did in August, including Anne Arundel County's Maryland Live!, which added hundreds of new machines.
Police, Fire Incidents: Pasadena
Information was supplied by the Anne Arundel County police and fire departments.
Pasadena History: Riviera Beach Offers Longest Ambulance Service
In 1923, the Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company began the longest continuous ambulance service in Anne Arundel County.
Got Questions for Obama, Romney During Next Debate?
If you have a question for the candidates, submit it in the comments section below and it could be asked during the televised Oct. 16 Town Hall Presidential Debate.
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