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  • Community Contributors: Jing Ying Silent Auction To Benefit Alzheimer’s Association

    Nancy And Billy Greer Continue Charitable Doings In Their 14th Annual Silent Auction
    The Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi is holding its 14th annual silent auction. Though past years’ donations went to SPAN, this year’s funds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s...
  • Chamber Update

    The concept of a chamber of commerce can be traced back to 1599. At that time, the term “chamber of commerce” first appeared in Marseille, France. Chambers provided traders, merchants, craftsmen and industrialists a forum for discussing and acting on issues facing the business community...
  • Wright Orthodontics Strives To Make Patients Smile

    Go to several different orthodontists for a consultation, and you’ll likely leave with several different ways to get from point A to point B on the journey of achieving a charming, healthy, aesthetically pleasing smile. For Dr. Ben Wright of Wright Orthodontics, the best option is all about...
  • 2017 Was Quite The Year

    I love watching baseball. I always have. The World Series is something that I particularly enjoy watching every year. This year, we were lucky enough to have a great World Series with the Dodgers versus the Astros. What is interesting, however, is that this was much more than simply the National...
  • Little Treasury’s Time Out 2017 Event Benefits Oyster Recovery Partnership

    At its second annual Time Out event in late fall, Little Treasury Jewelers donated a portion of its proceeds to the Oyster Recovery Partnership (ORP) of Annapolis. Time Out, a two-day watch fair, saw more than 100 watch aficionados attend to personally experience fine watches from more than 20...
  • Hearing Solutions Audiology Center Opens New Balance Center

    Dr. Robin Robinson of Hearing Solutions Audiology Center did the honors of cutting the ribbon to mark the opening of the new Balance Center at her Severna Park office, located at 479 Jumpers Hole Road.
  • Mix & Marble Combines Arts And Socializing

    Jennifer Kaline and Jill Allison were excited to cut the ribbon to mark the grand opening of Mix & Marble, a new venue for children and adults where patrons can relax, unwind, have a drink and have fun while creating wearable art through water marbling. Mix & Marble is located at 497C...
  • Keller Williams Flagship Of Maryland Opens Beautiful New Office

    During a grand opening ceremony attended by hundreds of area well-wishers, the leadership team at Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland consisting of David Therrien, Robert Wakefield, and Wendy and Robert Hess, marked the occasion by cutting the ceremonial ribbon. The firm’s new office is...
  • Reyes Joins Park Tavern Team

    Sergio Reyes recently took the reins as executive chef at Park Tavern. Reyes was most recently sous chef at The Point Crab House & Grill in Arnold. Before that, he was head chef at the Stoney Creek Inn in Pasadena. He has an extensive background in a variety of restaurants and cuisines. His...
  • Park Home Offers New Decorating Options For SP Residents

    Offering a variety of fashionable home furnishings, Park Home drew a crowd of well-wishers and leaders in the business community when owners Scott and Heather Summers held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark their official opening. Park Home is located at 568E Ritchie Highway in Park Plaza.
  • Stage & Screen Studios Preps To Help Young Performers

    Stage & Screen Studios Performing Arts School, founded and run by Julie and Pete Garvey, opened with a ribbon cutting attended by community leaders and other supporters. The studio is located at 215 Najoles Road in Millersville.
  • Survey Says: Cassilly Family Shines On “Family Feud”

    Scrolling through her Facebook page one day, Marian Cassilly Baxter saw an ad looking for top-rated “Family Feud” game show contestants and thought she had just the exuberant family in mind — her own.
    “I thought it would be a fun experience, so I rallied the troops,”...
  • “Justice League” Is Mediocre At Best

    If I had to describe “Justice League” in one word, it would be “mediocre.” It wasn’t terrible, but it really wasn’t that great, and there was absolutely nothing memorable about it.
    Full disclosure: I don’t have the nerd credentials to properly review...
  • Local Quilter Crafts Tangible Remembrance In Memorial Quilts

    To help people commemorate the lives of loved ones, Arnold resident Julie Banks Antinucci has been making memorial quilts using clothing or other meaningful fabrics from that person’s life. The process is an emotional yet joyful one for Antinucci.
    “Memorial quilts are more difficult to...
  • Spencer Humm Is “Home For Christmas” In Annual Holiday Performance

    Get ready for a rousing holiday spectacular like none other when Spencer Humm’s annual Christmas special comes to the Chesapeake Arts Center from December 9 through 17. Audiences can expect an intimate show in the charming 100-seat black-box theater, with plenty of live music, comedy and...
  • Take A Holiday Excursion To Baltimore Or D.C.

    Anne Arundel County features some beautiful lights displays and engaging activities, but what if you just want to hit the road and try something new? Enjoy these festivities just a short ride away in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., this holiday season.
    It’s Happening in Baltimore, Hon!
    Ice...
  • Plaza Garibaldi Offers Mexican Fare At Reasonable Prices

    With its bright colors, décor and Mexican music, Plaza Garibaldi (located at 7917 Ritchie Highway across from Marley Station Mall) has established itself as a local favorite.
    My dining companion and I visited just as the lunch crowd was heading out. We were seated promptly, and our waiter...
  • Our Top Stories Of 2017

    What makes a year memorable? Is it the arrival of a new community resource, like the 354,162-square-foot Severna Park High School? What about decisions that will have a ripple effect on the future: A resolution against racism, the defeat of a residential development that could cause environmental...
  • Shipley’s Choice Elementary Awarded National Blue Ribbon Award

    Shipley’s Choice Elementary is no stranger to Blue Ribbon accreditation. It was in 1994 that the school received its first Maryland Blue Ribbon, a distinction it has maintained in the years since then.
    But this year, Shipley’s Choice has achieved an even greater merit, joining nearly...
  • Haber Opens Her Homes To Animals In Need

    When Jennifer Haber logged onto www.petfinder.com 10 years ago with the hope of finding a dog to foster, she had no way of anticipating how much her life would change by opening up her household to furry, four-legged tenants waiting to find their forever homes. She connected with Mary Snyder,...
  • Editor’s Voice

    We often hear people talk about being in the holiday spirit. I’m sure it might mean something slightly different to different people, but for the most part, we all agree on the general idea — that we’re cheerful and outgoing even toward those we don’t know, that we feel...
  • Severna Park Couple’s Raptor Rescue Nonprofit Will Soon Take Flight

    Mark And Heather Jeweler Seek To Rehabilitate Birds Of Prey And Educate The Public
    Mark and Heather Jeweler are birds of a feather. Both are passionate about animal welfare, a cause that has given them a new sense of purpose over the last two years. “This represents the vision for the second...
  • Anne Arundel County To Receive 600 Trees

    On November 27, County Executive Steve Schuh (right) joined AACC President Dawn Lindsay (second from right) and other community leaders to kick off a project to plant 600 trees on the college’s Arnold campus, College Parkway, the Broadneck Trail and the B&A Trail. The plantings are funded...
  • Ellie’s Bus Pledges Funds For Students At AAMC

    As part of its mission of suicide prevention and mental health awareness, Ellie’s Bus recently pledged $33,000 to Anne Arundel Medical Center to support educational programs for students temporarily hospitalized from a mental illness. The funds will cover a part-time tutor position within the...
  • Festive And Generous Bikers Cruise Through Severna Park To Donate Toys

    Marines, first responders, Santa and Mrs. Claus, Animal and the Abominable Snow Monster were just a few of the more than 100 riders on 62 motorcycles rumbling down Ritchie Highway from the American Legion Post 175 in Severna Park toward Mission BBQ in Glen Burnie on Saturday, November 18. The third...

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