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AACC To Host Spring Film Festival Of Student, Alumni Work

The main goal of the film festival is to highlight and showcase work from current and former students, mainly in the program, but any AACC student can submit a film to be reviewed by an outside juror.
Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Introduces A Special Fishing Derby
On June 8 from 7:30am to 11:30am at Downs Park, the Pasadena Sportfishing Group is collaborating with the Lake Shore-Severna Park …
PHOTO GALLERY: Berrywood Celebrates Earth Day On Cattail Creek
On Earth Day, community members of all ages gathered at Cattail Creek in the Berrywood community. The goal was to plant native and …
For 40 Years, Gardiner & Appel Group Has Invested In Small Businesses
Scott Gardiner found a niche by offering help to small businesses while other accountants were chasing bigger clients. He moved to an …

PHOTO GALLERY: Belvedere Student Wins Bowie Baysox Jersey Design Contest

"We have a culture of literacy throughout the building to encourage the love of reading. This is a great way to get kids to read, and it was our reading incentive for March."

Community

Talk Saves Lives – What’s That?

The Maryland chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is coming to Anne Arundel County with two installments of the presentation Talk Saves Lives. The first, set for Wednesday, April …

The SAV Is Back! How’s It Doing?

Join the Severn River Association Tuesday, April 16, at Union Jack’s of Annapolis to find out during the next John Wright Educational Series presentation sponsored by the SRA.

Severna Park Native Serves as Member of U.S. Navy's 'Silent Service' in Pearl Harbor

Petty Officer 2nd Class Austin Prince, a native of Severna Park, Maryland, has served for three years and works as a Navy machinist's mate serving aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines in Hawaii.

Cape St. Claire Garden Club Beautifies The Broadneck Peninsula

Today, members support the planting of native varieties to aid in the health and vitality of area wildlife.

Benfield Elementary Kids Heart Challenge Raises Record Amount

Benfield Elementary students raised a personal record-breaking $17,825 for the American Heart Association through the Kids Heart Challenge. The top 10 students who fundraised the most money got to …

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Sports

Severna Park's Campbell Kline Is Maryland's All-Time Hits Leader

No one hits more than Severna Park’s Campbell Kline. Ever. Kline, Severna Park’s star, champion and all-around softball dynamo, achieved an historic distinction on April 17 in the …

Sports Update Apr. 16: Ryan, Knight Sign NLI's, SP Tennis Stays Unbeaten

Two Severna Park students made the next phase of their athletic careers official on Monday by signing National Letter of Intent in a ceremony at Severna Park High School. Emily Knight formally …

Park Girls Turn It On In Second Half, Defeat Broadneck 14-7

The Severna Park girls lacrosse team kept its exceptional season rolling against its rival on April 12, turning a tight game at halftime into a thorough win by defeating Broadneck 14-6. The …

PHOTO GALLERY: Green Hornets Middie Girls Lacrosse vs. Bucs, 4.3.19

The Green Hornets squared off with the Bucs at Northeast High School on April 3. Purchase high-resolution prints and downloads of photos in this gallery. Photos by Colin Murphy

PHOTO GALLERY: Severn vs. St. John Middle School Girls Lacrosse, 4.10.19

Severn defeated nighborhood rival St. John, 15-9, on April 10. Purchase high-resolution prints and downloads of photos in this gallery. Photos by Colin Murphy
Business
Chamber Update Learn about the newest chamber members and several upcoming events like the Shop Local Fun Fiesta and the Fourth of July Parade.
The Buzz Around Town: Mosquito Squad Turns 10 For the last 10 years, Mosquito Squad has been protecting Severna Park from pesky pests. Through a variety of services, Mosquito Squad helps safeguard homes against mosquitoes, ticks and fleas.
Five Years In, Coterie Still Tailors Its Approach To The Customer After celebrating Coterie’s fifth anniversary with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 8, Clark reflected on her journey. She opened her first shop on Mountain Road in March 2014 and moved to the Magothy Gateway shopping center in June 2017, welcoming more foot traffic.
School & Youth
Nelson Horine Named Principal Of The Year By The Washington Post Horine has spent his entire 50-year educational career at AACPS. He started as a science teacher at Severna Park Junior High School.
Annapolis Symphony Academy Announces Audition Dates, Expanded Program Calling all young musicians! After a successful inaugural year, the Annapolis Symphony Academy is expanding its program to include talented elementary school musicians as its approaches auditions …
Earth Day Festival To Focus On Ecology And Personal Wellness Highlights of this year’s festival include an expanded eco-marketplace that will feature fair trade items from local vendors and craftspeople. A bike-powered blender will mix smoothies, and there will be other farm-to-table treats like salads and fruit bowls.
Arts & Entertainment
Made In Maryland Festival Offers Fun Day On The Chesapeake The family event draws more than 2,500 people each year to enjoy a day of relaxation, games, food, live music, jousting, and arts and crafts, all while basking in the beauty of the Chesapeake Bay.
“A New Brain” By Colonial Players Is Fun And Heartwarming The musical follows the journey of Gordon, a musician who, during a time of professional struggles, suffers a brain condition called arteriovenous malformation that requires brain surgery.
Severna Park Library To Commemorate Shakespeare’s 455th Birthday To celebrate the works of the writer, often referred to as the “Bard of Avon,” the Severna Park Library will host Shakespeare in the (Severna) Park on Saturday, April 13, at 2:00pm.