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Doing Good Never Looked So Great: Fashion For A Cause Raises $135K

The 11th annual Fashion for a Cause brought in nearly $135,000 for Chesapeake Kids. more

What Is The Magothy River Water Trail?

The MRA’s goal was to educate and engage the public in exploring the Magothy River, especially by kayak or other small boat. more

Jing Ying Donates $3,500 To Orphan Grain Train

Billy and Nancy Greer chose Orphan Grain Train as the beneficiary of the auction, which was held recently at Jing Ying Institute's studio in Arnold. more

Bohlman Inducted Into York College Athletic Hall Of Fame

Bohlman now coaches for Central Maryland Wrestling. He resides in Arnold with his wife, Rachel, and three children. more

Earleigh Heights Introduces New Technology To Station

As part of its efforts to upgrade the station's technology, Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company installed new display screens in its station. more

County Council Passes FY2020 Budget Along Party Lines

Democrats and Republicans on the county council both saw County Executive Steuart Pittman’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget proposal as the spark that would ignite a transformation in Anne Arundel … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Pistons & Paws 2019

Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control held its annual Pistons & Paws combined motorcycle show and adoption event on Saturday, June 15. In total, there were 11 adoptions, two rescue … more

Millersville Native Earns Military Excellence Award At Recruit Training Command

The Navy Club of the United States Military Excellence Award is the top award presented to a recruit of each graduating training group. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Bello Machre Hosts Every Step Counts 2019

Bello Machre hosted its annual fundraiser, Every Step Counts, on Saturday, June 8. This year, the event honored Kenny Elgert, who was part of Bello Machre for a little over a year. To emphasize … more

Remembering D-Day

As Americans remember the sacrifices of the brave soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago this June 6, let us reflect on those who were lost, those who were wounded and those who … more

Every Step Counts To Honor Kenny Elgert

If Team Kenny hits certain fundraising milestones — $5,000 or $10,000 — the department plans to create a memorial donation in honor of Kenny. more

Small Business Administration Honors Outstanding Leaders In Severna Park

This year, four of the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce’s nine nominees were recognized at the state level with SBA Awards. more

Obstacles And Scars: An Entrepreneur Discovers Next Venture

Severna Park resident Edward Giard has an innate desire to solve problems and build things. In college, he increased his cycling speed for triathlon competitions by developing aerodynamic handlebars. … more

Construction Underway At Pasadena Crossroads

After months of anticipation, the community can finally see some progress happening at Pasadena Crossroads. more

Sisters Of St. Joseph Celebrated For Decades Of Service To St. John

In July, the Sisters will leave the St. John the Evangelist campus. more

With Summer Approaching, Broadneck And Severna Park Are Burdened By Beach Traffic

After hearing from distressed residents of Skidmore, Whitehall and other communities in 2016, Pat Lynch confronted the problem. more

Margueritte Mills Volunteer of the Month: Sigrid Kingsbury

As part of both the Moonflower Garden Club and Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails, Kingsbury spends a lot of time outdoors beautifying Severna Park. more

Editor’s Voice

Hear from Voice editor Dylan Roche. more

Chick-fil-A Crew Cleans Up Leelyn Drive

This effort was a part of Chick-fil-A’s efforts to give back to the community. more

Fishpaws Market Place And Homestead Gardens Team Up To Host Fundraiser Benefitting UM BWMC

Proceeds from the event will provide capital assistance to help fund services, programs and expansions to meet the changing health care needs of the community. more
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