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County Council Strikes Down Immigration Resolutions

Both resolutions failed 4-3, with votes cast along party lines, but not before county officials spoke and 55 people testified during the public hearing. more

January Weather Serves As A Reminder Of AACPS’ Challenges In Closing Schools

The process begins around 3:00am, when AACPS personnel go out to assess the conditions of the roads. more

Chamber Of Commerce Installs New Board Members For 2019

The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce swore in its board of officers and directors for 2019. more

Laura Nelson Volunteers With Winter Relief For 19th Year

Nelson helped bring the program to Woods 19 years ago, and she has stuck with it ever since. more

Editor’s Voice

Hear from Voice editor Dylan Roche. more

Intentional Development And Quiet Cul-De-Sacs Map Brittingham’s Charm

There are four “sections” in total, each consisting of extra wide streets and cul-de-sacs, sidewalks, and lot sizes of about an acre. more

To Airbnb Or Not To Airbnb, That Is The Question

Anne Arundel County May Soon Regulate Short-Term Rentals more

Severna Park Museum Seeks Stories And Sponsorship

Updates from the upcoming Severna Park Museum more

Local Businesses Aided Furloughed Residents

In response to the shutdown, many local businesses offered a variety of assistance to furloughed employees. more

SPRWC Donates Gift Cards To Earleigh Heights

The Severna Park Republican Women's Club has for many years contributed to the community as part of its Caring for America program. more

Small Acts Of Kindness Help More Than You Know

"Real generosity is doing something nice for someone who will never find out.” more

Black History Is Strong In Anne Arundel County

In honor of Black History Month, the Voice spoke with historian Janice Hayes-Williams about prominent African American figures from the area. more

Local Environmental Organizations Are Optimistic About Governor’s Proposal

Governor Larry Hogan released his FY2020 budget in January, and it included a record amount of funding for Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts. more

Nonprofit Spotlight: Asbury Church Assistance Network

ACAN's aim is to enhance the quality of life for individuals in emergency crises. more

Maryland “Red Flag” Law Designed To Curb Gun Violence And Save Lives

Gun violence has reached epidemic proportions in the United States. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Polar Bear Plunge 2019

More than 10,500 brave souls participated in the 23rd annual Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park, raising more than $2 million for Special Olympics Maryland in the … more

Vote For The Best Of Severna Park

We want you to know which businesses and services in Severna Park, Millersville and Arnold you consider the best. Cast your ballot before voting ends on March 22, 2019. more

The 2019 Legislative Session Will Shape The Future Of Maryland

During a 90-day timespan, the 188-member Maryland General Assembly will engage in policy debates, with Democrats and Republicans drafting legislation that will have a long-term impact on Marylanders. more

Back To The Drawing Board: CSEG Proposes Chesapeake Park Concept For Crownsville Hospital Site

With direction from Bayhawks owner and general manager Brendan Kelly, Burdett and his team noted the community’s feedback and revised the concept, which is now called Chesapeake Park. more
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