March 19, 2018
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  • Where To Catch The Game Day Action In Severna Park

    Hosting a Super Bowl party is a lot of work. It’s no secret the Ravens didn’t make it, so if you don’t have a big stake in the game, it might not be worth the effort. If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the game, be social and not have a mess to clean up, we’ve...
  • Then & Now – Maggie LeahyExclusive

    From Anne Arundel County Public Schools: Maggie Leahy’s passion for helping others sparked long before high school, but it was at Severna Park that she learned how fundraising could help make that goal a reality. From organizing SPHS’ first Walk for Uganda to fundraising for a...
  • Weekend Events January 26-28

    Happy Friday! Here are some events happening around town this weekend.    Friday, January 26 Monument City Brewing Tasting at Magothy Wine and Spirits. 4:00-7:00pm. More info here.    Prom Fashion Show at Severna Park High School. 7:00pm. More info here.   Dana B....
  • Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary

    Part 1: The Department’s First 50 Years On April 18, 1918, the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company opened on Truck House Road in Severna Park. This year is the department’s 100th anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, 76-year-old Joe Angyelof has spent the last year compiling...
  • With Elections Looming, General Assembly Promises Fireworks

    District 33 Legislators Weigh In On The 2018 Session Reconvening nine days before President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Republicans and Democrats alike expected partisan bickering during the 2017 session of the General Assembly. There were some squabbles — especially with discussions...
  • Community Awaits Formal Decision From Board Of Appeals Regarding Cluster Development

    Those familiar with opera might know the expression “It’s not over until the fat lady sings.” In the case of Sabrina Park Phase 3 — the controversial development proposed by Ameri-Star Homes that would add 28 homes to 7.89 acres of land on Jumpers Hole Road behind the...
  • Linda Zahn Retires From Longtime Leadership With GSPACC Liz League Steps In As New CEO

    It might come as a surprise to anyone who has been involved in the local business scene over the last two and a half decades, but Linda Zahn, CEO of the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce, did not particularly want the position when it first became available. Twenty-seven years...
  • Longtime Volunteers Becker And Larkin Keep Green Hornets Thriving

    Youth sports are so much a part of life in Severna Park that it can be easy to overlook how much goes into running an organization like the Greater Severna Park Athletic Association. The GSPAA, more commonly referred to as the Green Hornets, operates year-round and provides opportunities in 12...
  • We Want To Hear Your Love Stories

    Announcing Our Valentine’s Contest 2018 There are as many kinds of love stories as there are couples in the world — some are funny, some are sad, some are uplifting, some are unorthodox, but each is unique unto itself. Because we know there are so many couples in Severna Park who have...
  • Get Ready To Vote — The Best Of Severna Park Contest Starts Next Month

    Are you ready to select your favorite businesses, practices, clubs and other organizations? Our annual Best of Severna Park contest returns in February, and we want your vote! Every year since 2010, we have surveyed our readers to find out the community’s top picks in categories such as...
  • 100 Acts Of Kindness

    Choosing Kindness As An Everyday Habit If you were given $100 to produce an act of kindness, what would you do? Members of Severna Park United Methodist Church (SPUMC) were tasked with this question when an anonymous donor delivered $10,000 in the form of crisp $100 bills to 100 parishioners....
  • Editor’s Voice

    When I think of January, the cynic in me is always complaining about how it’s cold and dark. I’m really not a fan of having only about nine hours of daylight, and after the first snowfall of the season, I’m counting down the days until it’s beach weather. That said, I still...
  • Gayle Bremer Comes Full Circle With Hospice Of The Chesapeake

    Gayle Bremer had been searching for somewhere to volunteer when she stumbled upon Hospice of the Chesapeake. She loaded the Anne Arundel County Volunteer Center website and saw a page about the Honor Salute program. “I had been looking for a while, and when that page opened with Honor...
  • Chartwell: Where Neighbors Are Family

    Wrapped around a pristine golf and country club, Chartwell is a quiet community of approximately 600 homes. Residents can enjoy the St. Andrew’s pool and tennis courts, with swim and tennis teams, and they are within walking distance of Kinder Farm Park. There is always something to do...
  • UM BWMC To Host Heartbeat For Health On Feb.10

    University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (UM BWMC) is sponsoring Heartbeat for Health on Saturday, February 10, from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Y in Arnold. This free, informative and fun-filled event will celebrate the benefits of dance and exercise in the prevention of heart...
  • Ike Haertel Brings Worldly Experiences To Kogen Dojo

    Wrestler, Navy deep-sea diver, helicopter pilot, firefighter, jiu-jitsu instructor, husband and father — these sound like the credentials of a Hollywood action hero or the most interesting man in the world, but this is just a small slice of Anne Arundel County resident Isaac “Ike...
  • Temple Beth Shalom Hosts Winter Relief Every Christmas

    In Its Sixth Year Participating, Temple Beth Shalom in Arnold Hosted 30 Guests In December Since 1992, the Arundel House of Hope, through its Winter Relief program, has provided shelter for those stuck outside in the cold. The program runs for 26 weeks from October to April. Every week, different...
  • What Is A Raptor?

    Maryland Raptor Rescue The term “raptor” is not a scientific classification or taxonomy, but rather an informal designation. There is some scientific debate over whether all birds of prey should be considered raptors or not, but since it’s not a scientific classification, we...
  • The Most Popular New Year’s Resolution

    According to a recent Marist College poll, “being a better person” is the most popular New Year’s resolution for 2018. This could run the gamut from smiling at strangers, to adopting a homeless pet, to being a philanthropist. The really good news is that studies have shown that...
  • AACC’s Annual Dr. King Memorial Breakfast Honors Six Community Members

    Six People From The Annapolis Area Recognized For Their Community Activism Each year during the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast, local residents are recognized for carrying on the mission of King and other community activists for whom the awards are named. The 2018 ceremony, to be...
  • Marylanders, Get Ready To Freeze Your Fur Off: Polar Bear Plunge Is Set For January 27

    If you think nothing exciting happens between New Year’s Eve and Super Bowl Sunday — well, you’re wrong. One of Maryland’s more popular traditions, the Polar Bear Plunge closes out the month of January every year by drawing more than 10,000 courageous participants to Sandy...
  • Plunge Prep

    What You Need To Do, Bring And Consider Even if you’re only warming up to the prospect of plunging right now, you can show up to Sandy Point State Park looking like a seasoned professional polar bear. Here are our tips:   Choose Your Plunge Attire It might be a cold day, but you...
  • Fundraising Tips And Tricks

    The 2018 Polar Bear Plunge is right around the corner. In order to participate, every individual has to raise a minimum of $75, according to Special Olympics Maryland Digital Media Coordinator Adam Hays. “We always encourage people to raise as much as they can for our organization,”...
  • Super Plungers Have Different Inspirations But Common Goals

    When Arnold resident Donna Taylor did the Super Plunge — charging into the frigid Chesapeake Bay 24 times in 24 hours — for her 11th time in 2017, she was armed with a cane. “I had hip replacement surgery almost immediately after the Plunge,” Taylor said. “It’s...
  • Nervous About The Plunge? Here Are The Top Five Thoughts To Have In The Back Of Your Mind

    The Polar Bear Plunge can be either a lot of fun or a little scary — it all depends on how you look at it. Here are five thoughts to keep in the back of your head to ensure you stay safe and sane when you’re barreling toward the brisk waters of the bay. 5. Be Aware Of Yourself And Of...


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