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  • And The Winners For The 2016 “Best Of Severna Park” Are…

    It took our staff several days to tally all the votes and come up with the list of winners for this year’s “Best of Severna Park” survey.
    To be eligible, each business must have a commercial address within the circulation area of the Voice, and a nominee had to receive at least five votes to qualify. We had only a few categories that didn’t receive enough votes, and we are listing both the winner and the runner-up in each qualifying category.
    So without further ado...the envelope, please!
     
    The Voice is pleased to announce The Best Of Severna Park 2015!
     
     
    Food/Dining
    1.  Best Restaurant Overall: 1. Café Mezzanotte 2. Garry’s...

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  • Morgan Hired As New Girls Soccer Coach At Severna Park High School

    In an April 25 release, Severna Park High School Athletic Director Dave Lanham announced Brian Morgan as the new girls soccer head coach at Severna Park High School.
    The release reads:
    Severna Park High School proudly announces Mr. Brian Morgan as the new head coach for girls soccer at Severna Park High School. Mr. Morgan is extremely knowledgeable in the sport and has been very successful in serving as an assistant coach in Severna Park boys soccer program since 2010. He’s also a director in Coerver Coaching and has his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and USSF E License. Mr. Morgan earned his Bachelor’s Degree at University of Maryland - College Park. SPHS is pleased to have...
  • Jessie Smith trotted the bases after her three-run home run during Severna Park's 14-2 defeat of Southern at Bachman Sports Complex on Friday night.

    Severna Park Softball Dominates in Rout of Southern

    Video by Katie DeFeo Severna Park Softball Dominates in Rout of Southern             After a disappointing finish in last year’s playoffs, the Severna Park softball team is having quite the season this spring. With an impressive 9-2...
  • Haley Simonds (Newberry College) and Nikki Burke (Millersville University) committed on Thursday to play softball at the college level.

    Severna Park Softball Players Make College Commitments

    Two Severna Park High School softball players are the latest Falcon athletes to make the jump to the next level. On Thursday, the Falcons' Haley Simonds and Nikki Burke took part in a signing celebration at SPHS. Simonds, a pitcher, committed to Newberry College in South Carolina, and...
  • SP Football Players Commit To Colleges

    Several Severna Park student-athletes recently committed to college football programs. From left to right are Andrew Haggart (McDaniel College), Jackson Neal (McDaniel College), Trevor Bates (Randolph Macon College) and Stephen Darley (Wesley College). They were joined by Falcon coach Will Bell for...

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  • Chamber Update

    Spring is here! The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce has some exciting events to share.
    On May 21, the chamber is teaming up with ASPIRE to bring the popular Capitol Steps to Severna Park High School. The event is at 8:00pm, and if you haven’t heard the Capitol Steps, you’re definitely in for a great experience. It’s musical political satire, presented by a group known for an entertaining evening. Recently, the Capitol Steps came to St. John’s College and it was a sellout. Tickets are $45 in advance and $50 at the door. Visit www.severnaparkaspire.com for online registration. You can also get tickets at the GSPACC office (410-647-3900) or at the...

School & YouthSchool

  • Three Severna Park High School seniors — Annie Myers, Taylor Berger and Charlotte Sundel — recently designed Gain Interest, a program to get people excited about taking control of their own financial futures.

    Gain Interest: A Clever Pun For A Clever Project

    To educate teens about the importance of being financially literate, Severna Park High School seniors Charlotte Sundel, Annie Myers and Taylor Berger created a project called Gain Interest. Sundel’s intrigue in financial literacy began after seeing both of her sisters and their friends enter...
  • As Severn School’s 2016 Astle speaker on Thursday, April 19, Kelsey Timmerman will discuss issues like globalization, the international food industry and modern-day slavery.

    Kelsey Timmerman To Speak At Severn School

    From Nicaragua to Ivory Coast, Kelsey Timmerman’s desire to address global issues through storytelling has taken him around the world, and one of his latest adventures will bring him to Severna Park. On Tuesday, April 19, Timmerman will be the guest speaker at Severn School as part of its...
  • Bekah Soreff Jones (left) created a dance-a-thon fundraiser to support childhood cancer research in memory of her friend Emma, who died from a glioblastoma multiforme brain tumor.

    SPMS Teen Honors Friend By Creating Bekah’s Dance For Emma

    Bekah Soreff Jones, a seventh-grader at Severna Park Middle School, is preparing for a rite of passage: her bat mitzvah on April 16. In addition to learning the prayers and other religious observances, Bekah needed a good-deed project. “It’s a project that helps people,” Bekah...

Arts & EntertainmentArts & Entertainment

  • Severna Park native Alison Leiby relocated to New York shortly after college and has since enjoyed a successful career as a writer and standup comedian.

    Leiby Looks At Life With A Sense Of Humor

    While most people are cracking jokes to lighten a serious mood, for Severna Park native Alison Leiby, being funny is all a part of a day’s work. Now living in New York, Leiby has made a career by using her sharp wit and eloquent use of words to keep audiences laughing. By day, she serves as a...

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • Don’t Go Crazy — Go Local

    Perhaps because I was once a candidate for the office of president of the United States (I was the Constitution Party’s nominee in 2004), I am frequently asked during presidential campaign years for my opinion not only of the candidates who are contending but also on the nature of the race itself.
    And when the presidential campaign season gets into full swing, it’s almost impossible not to get blown over by all the hype, bravado and bluster that is part and parcel of this particular part of the political cycle.
    And I think you might agree that this seems to be especially true this time around in that the current campaign has included (without mentioning names) threats of...
  • News From The State House

    Many of us only remember a political world where the leading presidential candidates, having won most of the primaries and known to all as the presumptive nominees, rode into their respective party national convention and were crowned their party’s presidential nominee. This, however, is only...
  • An Update On The General Assembly

    The 90-day Maryland General Assembly session is swiftly heading for Sine Die on Monday, April 11. When we arrived here in Annapolis back in January, it became apparent to us that we were facing a historic numbers of bills that were filed for our consideration. Six of these bills returned from the...
  • Diversity In Anne Arundel County

    The subject of diversity in governmental appointments has been heavily discussed in recent weeks. I would like to take this opportunity to offer some perspective on this issue. Our county administration in general and I in particular are deeply committed to diversity in the broadest sense of the...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Autism: What Are Some Common Signs?Exclusive

    Even beginning as early as infancy, children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may seem different when compared with other children their own age. Some signs may include a hyper-focus on certain objects, difficulty making eye contact, and lack of engaging in typical babbling with their parents. Other children appear to be developing normally until they are 2 or 3 years of age and then begin to withdraw socially or verbally.
    The severity of ASD in a child can vary tremendously depending on how severe the child’s social communication skills have become, how insistent the child is with the sameness of their activities and surroundings (difficulties with change), and how repetitive...
  • GSPACC’s Family Wellness Expo Highlights Community’s Health Experts

    At the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce’s Family Wellness Expo, community members learned how to maintain a healthy mind, body and home from the area’s many wellness-related businesses and organizations. Held at the Westfield Annapolis Mall on Saturday, April 2, the...
  • 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...
  • The Anxious Traveler

    My family recently took an overseas vacation and it got me thinking about the effects of travel on anxiety. Travel is stressful. Many things are beyond our control, and this can trigger anxiety. Humans And Life Are Messy The reality is that we can’t control many aspects of our lives, except...

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