November 27, 2015
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  • Live Entertainment Will Put You In The Holiday Spirit

    Love singing along with your favorite holiday tunes on the radio? Or quoting the best lines from your preferred Christmas special when it airs on television? There’s something exciting about holiday entertainment and the way it awakens the spirit of the season in all of us. But there’s...


  • The Broadneck girls finished the season 16-0-3 after Friday night's 1-0 victory over Leonardtown in the Class 4A state final at Loyola University in Baltimore.

    Broadneck Girls Win State Championship

    BALTIMORE—Broadneck girls soccer coach John Camm has known for months. “This is by far the most talented group we’ve had,” said Camm a full three months ago, standing under the late summer sun as the Bruins worked through a preseason practice. “The great thing is...


  • Start Your Own Investment “Traditions”

    Thanksgiving is just around the corner. And like all holidays, this one has plenty of traditions, such as Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (started in 1924) and football (the first broadcast Thanksgiving Day game was played between the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears in 1934). Traditions are important, and you may want to establish some in one of the key activities of your own life: investing.
    So, what sort of investment traditions could you start? Here are a few ideas:
    Invest regularly. By definition, engaging in a tradition means performing the same acts over and over. This type of behavior can impose discipline and consistency to your investing. For example, consider...
  • Inspiration And Creation: How Paul Cain’s Inventions Are Changing Lacrosse

    Paul Cain grew up in upstate New York surrounded by lacrosse. His high school was a lacrosse powerhouse, but Cain was never — and still is not — a lacrosse player. But despite his lack of experience on the playing field, Cain is making a huge impression on the sport through his...
  • Chamber Update

    The holidays are upon us! The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce is working on a bevy of holiday events, including our famous Taste & Sip, which will be held on Wednesday, November 18, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, at the beautifully appointed Homestead Gardens in Severna Park....
  • Since 2008, Michael and Carol Moore have enjoyed sharing their love of nature and birding with customers who visit the Severna Park shop.

    Customers Spread Their Wings At Wild Bird Center

    When Michael and Carol Moore took over ownership of the Wild Bird Center of Severna Park in 2008, they knew they had the retail experience to be successful in their new endeavor. Michael worked at the shop to gauge the clientele and the needs of the community. “We both have a strong interest...

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  • News From The Statehouse

    The left's constant demand for greater benefits for the "downtrodden" is dishonest. They increasingly seek to include lawbreakers in their definition of the society's needy, and they ignore the impact of such misplaced largess on others.
    The pride that the left takes in embracing and excusing criminality as a badge of their empathy and compassion comes at a very dear cost to our community and directly impacts those who are truly needy, those they so righteously claim to represent. The Baltimore mayor ordering the police to give space to the rioters, the sanctuary policies of our major cities toward illegal aliens and the recent release of thousands of federal prisoners...
  • A Roundup Of The Top Democratic Presidential Candidates

    With the first Democratic debate set for an October 13 broadcast on CNN, it’s time to take a look at the candidates vying for the party’s nomination. There has been some conversation about who is running (Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley), who is not running (...
  • A Look At The GOP Presidential Front-Runners

    One of the few constants in life is change. With this truism in mind, making predictions can seem like an exercise in futility. This is especially true for the 2016 presidential campaign and the Republican candidates with a general election a little more than a year away. It wasn’t long ago...
  • Common Sense About Charity

    Back in 1776, a young man named Thomas Paine published a pamphlet called “Common Sense,” which caused quite a stir by challenging the authority of the British monarchy. In clear and plain language, Paine touched a chord with common folk in the first publication that openly advocated...

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  • At a boot camp fundraiser recently held by Fit4 and Dauntless Fitness, participants collected 55 pounds of food and $360 to donate to SPAN.

    Fitness Entrepreneurs Team Up To Help SPAN

    This past summer, Millersville resident and fitness enthusiast Rebecca Fishburne launched her personal and group training company Fit4: Whole Life Fitness. “I’ve always been physically active,” she said. “As I got older, I got more interested in strength training and...
  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

    Modern dentistry is dynamic. Changes to improve patient comfort and quality of care are always being developed. The use of improved dental materials, modern delivery systems, lasers, computer-generated imaging and computer management software systems are just some of the changes. In upcoming...
  • Seasonal Foods Taste Better And Are Better For Us

    Social movements don’t sleep. They don’t compromise and they certainly don’t take seasonal breaks. Yet, for many supporters, the local food movement is put on hold during the winter. The fact is, however, that farmers don’t stop farming when it’s cold; they simply farm...

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