Blast From The Past

The Voice staff is looking back at stories covered in past years. This month, we revisited articles on a record-setting flight, Severna Park musicals and a filmmaking crew.
Student-Athlete Of The Month: Nathan Crosby
Nathan shows a commitment that is rare for his age, watching film of professional athletes.
At Ledo Pizza, Patrons Get More Than A Square Deal
Food critic Marry Cobbler shares her thoughts on the pizza and a vegetable calzone.
Colburn Brothers’ Project Shines Around The World
Trey and Travis Colburn were raised with Orphan Grain Train (OGT) as a part of their lives, providing humanitarian needs for the less …

“SPENT: The Hidden Cost Of Dementia” Airs On MPT November 21

The half-hour film examines the economic and emotional impacts of dementia on families and on society as a whole.

Shop Local This Season To Support Your Community

By shopping local, customers are not only supporting their favorite businesses but also helping themselves.

Anne Arundel County DPW To Residents: Don’t Let FOG Clog Our Holiday Flow

No matter how you plan to celebrate the holiday season, let’s work together to protect our county’s pipes.

Fighting NET Cancer With Katherine

NETRF is trying to fund a research project in honor of Katherine Mueller.
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Green Hornets Excel At Monster Mash Tournament

The 9U team won their division and the 11U team was a semifinalist.

The Kryptonite Keep Opponents Off Balance During Championship Run

The team won three playoff games, two games that went into penalty kicks, in order to secure the league championship.

Killer Bees Make A Buzz In First Season

The Killer Bees, a new team comprised of fifth- and sixth-graders, finished 3-3 in the Middie Blue Jays League during a unique field hockey season in 2020.

Teams Battle On Halloween Weekend

Football, field hockey and soccer games were all played on a busy Halloween weekend in Anne Arundel County.

FORCE Green And White Teams Enjoy Strong Seasons

The Severna Park FORCE Green and White teams are in second and third place, respectively, in their divisions in the CMSSL league this year.
Gift Ideas From Around The Park Businesses around Severna Park and Arnold have all the bases covered, from jewelry and candles to bikes and home appliances.
Chamber Update Please give a warm welcome to our newest members of the chamber: Angie D Entertainment LLC, Pegasus Bookkeeping, Golden Consulting and AE2 Creative LLC.
Homestead Gardens Invites Guests To Experience Holiday Magic Because the coronavirus is keeping Santa sidelined this year, the Homestead Gardens team thought of the next best thing: transforming their garden center into a winter wonderland with spirited displays, fresh beverages and merriment galore.
School & Youth
Kids Explain Holiday Mysteries With the holidays approaching, we asked children around Severna Park to answer these age-old questions.
SPHS Marching Band Reunites For Mini Season The Severna Park High School marching band is ready for a 2020 season like they’ve never seen before.
Severna Park Stage Company Presents A Virtual Broadway Revue This November, SP Stage Company is hosting a virtual, free musical production showcasing the performing talents of Severna Park High School students.
Arts & Entertainment
Restaurants Offer Catering Options To Make The Season Bright A smaller party means more funds to amp up the food, and local restaurants have what you need to make the days bright.
Jazz At The Mezz Celebrates One-Year Anniversary Listeners will enjoy a concert and a surprise gift to mark the occasion.
Young Artist Designs Bright Mural Outside Of Garry’s Grill Fourteen-year-old artist Madelynn “Maddy” Creswell frequently uses paper or limbs when she needs a space for drawing, but she was offered the opportunity this fall to display her work on her biggest canvas yet: a brick wall outside of Garry’s Grill.