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  • VIDEO: Severna Park Boys Lacrosse Takes Down Spalding And Severn

    Severna Park boys lacrosse avenged both of its two losses from the 2016 season by defeating Spalding and Severn, two private school powerhouses, this week.
     
  • Hollywood Meets Annapolis: Film Fest Draws Big Names And Retains Charm

    If the litmus test of a successful film festival is the five-year mark, the Annapolis Film Festival (AFF) earned it. Director Rob Reiner hit the red carpet in front of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts during opening night for his film “LBJ,” starring Woody Harrelson. The seats were...
  • Laugh For A Cause

    Comedy Night At CTA Generates Funds And Awareness For Youth Arts
    Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) hosted its third annual Comedy Night on April 1. The full house was composed of parents, alumni and friends of CTA, who were all in stitches. Comedy Night is the nonprofit’s biggest...
  • Help For Caregivers Pressed Into Care

    Off-Time Events Can Derail A Young Life
    Many of us realize that at some point in the future, we will become a caregiver for an elderly parent or spouse. What we don't expect is caregiving to start when we are in our 40s, 30s or even our 20s! These are the years that we expect to take care of...
  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

    Stop Childhood Cavities With Dental Sealants And Fluoride Varnishing
    To reduce the risk of tooth decay and protect the biting surfaces of new teeth erupting in the mouth, patients can get dental sealants and have their dentist apply fluoride varnishes two to four times per year.
    Q: My children...
  • Officers Will Square Off In Friendly Lawfit Challenge

    Contest Coincides With Healthy Anne Arundel Month
    If you ask Stew Smith, fitness isn’t just a key to better health; it’s a survival skill. For police and firefighters, who can be faced with survival situations, it’s a necessity. That’s why Healthy Anne Arundel Month...
  • County Officials Kick Off Healthy Anne Arundel Month

    In celebration of Healthy Anne Arundel Month, the public was invited to a kickoff event at the Anne Arundel County Farmers Market in Annapolis on April 1. Among those in attendance were Anne Arundel County Health Officer Jinlene Chan, Councilman Michael Peroutka, Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides,...
  • Severna Park Senior William Snyder Ties For First Place At Regional Science And Engineering Fair

    Senior William Snyder represented Severna Park High School in March during the 50th annual Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Snyder’s project, named “Evaluating Autism Connectivity Models,” created a new method for evaluating autism neuroimaging studies....
  • SPHS Student Lip Dub Video: The Highlight Of Annual STAR Week

    Severna Park High School students participated in an explosion of music, dance, and school spirit during their annual STAR (Students Taking Action Responsibly) Week of spirit and student empowerment. In the first-ever “Project: Lip Dub” video, directed and produced by junior Nolan Marks...
  • Creativity Abounds At Jones Elementary STEM Fair

    All-in-one toothbrushes, bubble gum and cupcakes were just a few of the topics covered in this year’s STEM fair at Jones Elementary. Participation in the fair was required for fifth grade and optional for third and fourth grade. Younger grades also contributed projects to the fair, whether...
  • Severna Park High Students Take Third Place At Physics Olympics

    Twelve Severna Park High School students recently attended the 25th annual Central Maryland Physics Olympics, held at Liberty High School in Eldersburg, Maryland. Though the competition was in its 25th year, this was the first appearance for Severna Park High School, which brought two teams of...
  • Benfield Students Celebrate Sweet Success Of Jump Rope For Health

    More than 400 Benfield Elementary School students packed into their new gym on Friday, March 17, to watch some lucky friends toss cream pies into the faces of the Principal Debi Short and two teachers. The fun event was the culmination of the school’s Jump Rope for Heart activities held...
  • Jessie Praley Honored Among Finalists For Kiwanis’ Teenager Of The Year Award

    After scouting local schools for enthusiastic students with academic and civic accolades, the Severna Park Kiwanis whittled down its list to five prospective Teenager of the Year possibilities.
    Among the finalists, who were each recognized and presented with scholarships during a March ceremony at...
  • Severna Park Senior Named 2017 Military Child Of The Year

    Chosen from more than 400 national nominees, Severna Park High School senior Alexander McGrath was recently named Military Child of the Year, representing the United States Navy.
    Military Child of the Year award recipients are recognized military children, U.S. youngsters who face the challenges...
  • Question Of The Month: Shipley's Choice Elementary

    Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Ms. Dalton’s class at Shipley’s Choice Elementary School answered the question:
    If you could switch places with your parents for one day, what chore would you make them do?...
  • Severn River Middle School National Junior Art Honor Society Creates Ukrainian Easter Eggs

    Art teacher Erika Oldershaw’s National Junior Art Society learned the Ukrainian art of making Pysanky Easter eggs on Thursday, March 30. The activity was led by Severn River Middle School parent Coreen Weilminster, who enjoys making the eggs as a hobby.
    The students began by outlining...
  • Women’s History Month

    Women have long held an important role as leaders in the Democratic Party, influencing and shaping policy. We honor the contributions women have made in the past, and we look to a new generation of women to lead us forward.
    We are inspired by past power brokers, such as Eleanor Roosevelt, whose...
  • The Women Of The GOP Central Committee

    It’s April. While our attention focuses on things we love about this month — warmer weather, Easter, my birthday — we’re not so far into it that we can’t reflect on last month, when we commemorated the vital contributions of women in American history.
    A noble and...
  • Breaking Bad Habits In Local Government

    In the first sentence of his famous work titled “Common Sense” – first published on January 10, 1776 – Thomas Paine, political philosopher and theorist and author of a series of essays and pamphlets capturing and expressing the growing desire for American independence, wrote...
  • News From The Statehouse

    Our community is in danger. Opioid addiction, open borders, elimination of bail, lifer parole and criminal sentencing have placed our state on a downward spiral that threatens our community. The cause is poor decision-making by state and local leaders.
    The decision by the mayor of Baltimore to...
  • Taking Care Of Business

    With only a few days remaining before the tax filing deadline, I’m proud to report that our tax processing operations are going smoothly. As of late March, we’ve processed more than 1.6 million tax returns and have paid out 1.2 million refunds worth more than $1 billion. And thanks to...
  • Making Anne Arundel County The Best

    When our administration came into office two years ago, we pledged to make our county the best place to live, work and start a business in Maryland. We are working to achieve that goal by implementing a five-point plan to reduce taxes and fees, accelerate school construction, invest in public...
  • Chamber Update

    The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce is holding a Family Wellness EXPO 2017 on Saturday, April 8, at Westfield Annapolis Mall. The show will open at 10:00am and conclude at 5:00pm. Exhibitors and vendors will offer products and services for mind, body and home. The expo will be...
  • Turning Point Recognizes Autism Awareness Month

    April is National Autism Awareness Month, the time of the year dedicated to promoting autism awareness and acceptance, and to recognize the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States, where tens of thousands of people are diagnosed with autism each year.
    Severna Park’s...
  • For 40 Years, Moran Insurance Has Made Community Involvement A Part Of Business

    When George Moran began his insurance agency — what would eventually be known throughout Greater Severna Park as Moran Insurance — the year was 1977 and he operated in a small room above his garage at home in Ulmstead of Arnold. It was a humble beginning, but he never aimed to be the...

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