TMC Invites Audiences To Enjoy “Willy Wonka”

The Talent Machine Company will present “Willy Wonka” to audiences from July 17-26 at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds.
Severna Park Celebrates Fourth Of July
Although the annual Severna Park Fourth of July parade was moved to Labor Day, several communities still got into the holiday spirit.
The Movie Industry Has Changed For Good
Cinemas were already facing stiff competition before the coronavirus struck. In the age of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and many other …
Top Awards For Severna Park Student-Athletes
Several Severna Park student-athletes were recognized this spring for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to athletics …

Marsh Landing Overturned

Community groups argued that the stormwater controls proposed by the developer would not protect the sensitive Cattail Creek wetlands.

Nonprofits Keep Families Afloat

During the COVID-19 pandemic, SPAN, ACAN and other nonprofits have stepped up in a big way to help those in need.

The Legacy Of Janet Pack

Pack routinely gave whatever she could to feed the hungry, clothe the cold, and to give respect and love to anyone who felt hopeless.

George Floyd Vigil Shows Unity Against Racism

Black leaders have asked for police body cameras, a community civilian review board, and other measures.
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Student-Athlete Of The Month: Sydney Nwuli, Severna Park Basketball And Soccer

Nwuli has a 4.7 GPA and played varsity basketball for three years of high school and varsity soccer for the first year.

Freshman Off To A Hot Start With The Towson Tigers

Severna Park native Jason Gibson was third on the team with 45 made 3-pointers as a freshman. He also scored in double figures 10 times.

Reopening Explosion: TNT Softball Girls Back In Action

The TNT Maryland 18U fast-pitch softball team posted successful weekends at its first two tournaments in Hagerstown and Spartansburg, South Carolina.

Student-Athlete Spotlights: Severna Park Tennis Seniors

The Falcons were primed for another successful spring when, like the rest of the world, their plans were put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Working On His Craft: Missing Baseball, Local Student-Athlete Creates Garden Beds For Neighbors

Nick Schepens was excited for his senior season of baseball at Archbishop Spalding. When the COVID-19 epidemic interrupted those plans indefinitely, Schepens, like everyone, had unexpected time on …
Chamber Update Maryland continues to move further along in the second stage of the state’s reopening plan as we see salons, martial arts and fitness studios, bowling allies and casinos carefully opening for business. We are overjoyed to see the local economy picking up, albeit very slowly.
Donut Shack Partners With Oliver Brewing For New Beer Release Frequent guests of Donut Shack may recall the Chop Suey apple fritter, a historical favorite amongst its visitors. The mixture of vanilla and cinnamon tastes from the pastry, along with apple cider, have combined to create a new blonde ale made by Oliver Brewing Company.
The Bank Of Glen Burnie Is Committed To Community Involvement, Customer Service The Bank of Glen Burnie may not be the area’s largest bank, but its reputation for outstanding customer service and community involvement makes the bank a local favorite.
School & Youth
SPHS Valedictorian, Salutatorian Thrived On Academics And Meaningful Extracurriculars When Severna Park High School valedictorian Akshay Shah and salutatorian Allison Chang earned their respective honors, it was the bow on top of two impressive high school careers.
Stick To Your Own Path: Advice From Broadneck's 2020 Valedictorian And Salutatorian Elizabeth Zarrilli and Julia Barrow have some advice for the students of Broadneck High School.
Communities Plan Celebrations For Local Graduates When traditional graduation ceremonies were canceled in May, the community associations at Shipley’s Choice and the neighborhoods surrounding Cypress Creek planned their own events to celebrate the class of 2020.
Arts & Entertainment
A New Normal: How Local Businesses Are Adapting When Maryland began to limit business operations as a result of the pandemic, many small businesses were forced to find creative ways to stay open.
Author Goes On Virtual Tour From Shipley’s Choice Bedroom It was not the book tour that she imagined, but when her plans were canceled as a result of the pandemic, Jessica Pearce Rotondi was forced to get creative.
O’Loughlin’s Restaurant & Pub Offers Comfortable, Casual Dining O’Loughlin’s Restaurant & Pub Offers Comfortable, Casual Dining By Mary Cobbler My dining companion and I arrived at O’Loughlin’s Restaurant & Pub on an early …