May 30, 2016
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  • VIDEO: Severna Park Boys Lacrosse Wins State Championship

    Where were you when the Severna Park boys lacrosse team won the state championship on Wednesday night? If you missed it—or even if you didn't—you can catch the sights and sounds of the Falcons' championship win in this awesome video by Severna Park student Katie DeFeo with Falcons boys lacrosse player Teddy Giard:

    Video by Katie DeFeo with Teddy Giard
  • Students and fans cheered the Severna Park boys lacrosse players as they headed into the locker room at halftime leading 5-1. Severna Park defeated Howard 9-3 on Wednesday at Stevenson University to win the program's sixth state championship and first since 2010.

    Severna Park Boys Are Back On Top Of Maryland As 4A/3A Champs

    OWINGS MILLS—The Severna Park boys lacrosse players and coaches have known for some time that the team was capable of winning the state championship. The Falcons framed their pursuit not as a season-long title quest, but as a daily responsibility to work hard and get better. On Wednesday...
  • Broadneck's Bri Harris had six goals in Monday's 12-11 upset win over No. 1 Severna Park.

    Bruins Stun No. 1 Falcons, 12-11

    A blue-and-gold clad dad arrived to Kinder Park on Monday late in the first half of the Severna Park-Broadneck girls lacrosse playoff game, parked his car in the far lot and, with his cell phone pressed to his ear, hurriedly walked to the turf to get a look at the scoreboard. He was stopped dead...
  • Playoffs Begin Friday For No. 1-Seed Severna Park Lacrosse Teams

    The Severna Park boys and girls lacrosse teams both earned No. 1 seeds in their respective tournament draws on Tuesday. In the girls tournament, Severna Park (13-1) is the No. 1 seed in Section I of the 4A/3A East region and have a bye into the Section I semifinals on Friday, in which they will...


  • Chamber Update

    The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce has some great upcoming events for our members and our community. We’d like for you to save the date for our Shop Local Fun Festival on Saturday, June 4 (rain date June 5), at Park Plaza. The event begins at noon and concludes at 4:00pm. There will be entertainment, pony rides, games, art, exhibitors, a cake walk and lots more. Please look for the tents between Bill Bateman’s Bistro and Ledo Pizza and join us!
    May is a busy month with lots of activities for our members. On Wednesday, May 11, our popular Successful Women in Business annual “speed dating” event will be held at Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu &...

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  • SPES Spring Fair Set For May 20Exclusive

    Bring the whole family for an evening of memories and fun during Severna Park Elementary School’s annual spring fair on Friday, May 20, from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. Guests will enjoy games and prizes, music provided by a DJ, face painting, an obstacle course, snowballs, crafts, a photo booth and...
  • Tatiana Orsburn doesn’t let a leg amputation slow her down when she’s swimming competitively for the SPRFC Stingrays.

    Local Swimmer Tatiana Orsburn Is Taking The SPRFC Stingrays By Storm

    The Severna Park Racquetball & Fitness Club Stringrays have a lot to brag about. In the past year, the roughly 130-member team competed in their first-ever travel swim meet, and they’ll host their first home meet later this year. More importantly, participation and parent volunteerism...
  • Ian Chamberlain greeted Margaret Galdi with flowers and “Prom?” spelled out on the garage door.

    SPHS Students Get Creative With Promposals

    There’s so much to consider when getting ready for prom. Girls need to find the perfect dress and schedule their hair appointments. Boys need to rent their tuxes and order the corsages. Then there’s buying the tickets, arranging the transportation and planning a photo session. But...

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  • News From The Statehouse

    The 2016 session of the Maryland General Assembly ended April 11. The session was generally a good one. My work on the Appropriations Committee was definitely more pleasant with an early bipartisan agreement on the budget. Governor Hogan's budget passed largely unchanged with new state...
  • A Look At The County Budget

    Last year, we set out an agenda to help our county reach its full potential. We began working to change the policies and culture of Anne Arundel County. And we are succeeding. There were some disagreements along the way, but, in the end, we worked together to change fundamentally the direction of...
  • How Does The Republican National Convention Work?

    The Maryland primary elections are in the books, and the winning candidates are now moving forward to their respective national conventions. When the primary sample ballots were distributed last month, I received many questions about the voting process for the delegates to the Republican National...

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  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

    Modern dentistry is dynamic. Changes to improve patient comfort and quality of care are always being developed. The use of improved dental materials, modern delivery systems, lasers, computer-generated imaging and computer management software systems are just some of the changes.
    In upcoming months, I will answer questions on high-technology dentistry. Please direct inquiries to or
    Minimally Invasive Dentistry
    Dental science has not been able to find a cure or prevent tooth decay. Tooth decay (caries) is the most common disease in man, found in millions of people.
    Minimally invasive dentistry is modern technology that gives more...
  • What’s An Occupational Therapist?

    An occupational therapist is a medical professional who works with people of all ages to increase their engagement in meaningful daily activities. Whether dealing with physical, mental or social impairments/limitations, individuals can see occupational therapists to help them adapt, remediate or...
  • Friends and families will unite during the Relay for Life of Arnold/Annapolis at Anne Arundel Community College on May 21 to honor those they have lost and those currently battling cancer.

    Relay For Life Returns To AACC May 21

    The campus of Anne Arundel Community College will once again host the annual Relay For Life on May 21. Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s nationwide signature event. The Arnold/Annapolis event is run entirely by community volunteers who have all been affected by cancer. “...
  • Do You Know What Went Into Your Take-Out Order?

    When you order a meal at your favorite restaurant, or get something to go from the take-out place down the street, do you ever stop to think about what ingredients went into your food? What was the source of the ingredients, and how were they handled in the kitchen? It’s important to...

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