Graduation Parade Makes Way Through Shipley's Choice

High school and college graduates paraded around the Shipley’s Choice community on May  31.
Survivor Raises Awareness For Cancer Foundation
After two years of treatment, Lindsey Rivero is celebrating her new lease on life while in remission from a rare cancer. The …
Restaurants Allowed To Open For Outdoor Seating; Retail Business Opening Moved Up To May 29
Pittman will sign two executive orders to put these new policies in place.
Good Neighbors Group Hosts Blood Drive
Good Neighbors Group brought the Anne Arundel Medical Blood Donor Center to Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church on May 27.

Severna Park Nurses Reflect On COVID-19 Experience

Round Bay resident Carol Stob, RN, thought she’d seen just about everything in her 45-year nursing career. For the last 30 years, Stob has been a nurse at the Edwards Pavilion, an outpatient …

Whitehurst Finds Normalcy With The Front Porch Project

Jennifer Lee Kraus, a Whitehurst resident and photography teacher, was browsing Facebook when she came across The Front Porch Project.

Command Sergeant Major, 175th Infantry Deliver Aid During COVID Crisis

Maryland Army National Guard's 1st Battalion, 175th Infantry Regiment has stayed busy, delivering meals and guiding patients at Maryland coronavirus drive-thru testing centers.

AAMC Briefs

In addition to following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance for social distancing and staying home as much as possible, here are three things you can do right now to help
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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 …

Senior Student-Athletes Cope With Loss Of Sports And School Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

Everyone shares the same hopes: some day in the not-too-distant future, the world will emerge from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and return to some semblance of normalcy. Of course, there …

Severna Park’s Ty Broadway Wins State Championship, Caps Undefeated Season

Ty Broadway didn’t play organized sports growing up. He started with football as a freshman at Severna Park in the fall of 2017 and joined the wrestling team that winter. Just over two years …

Green Hornets Wrestling Finishes Outstanding Season

A couple years removed from a program-wide hiatus, Green Hornets wrestling is back in full force. Severna Park’s young wrestlers proved it with a team championship this winter. Green …
Zbest Donates Capri Pizza & Subs Meals To UM BWMC Respiratory Services Staff Zbest Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation Services and Capri Pizza & Subs partnered to provide lunch to University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s respiratory services staff on May 19.
Area Businesses Support Hospitals The Anne Arundel County Licensed Beverage Association joined an effort started by the Maryland State Licensed Beverage Association to donate meals to hospital staff.
Chamber Of Commerce Update On behalf of our board of directors, our Operations Manager Petra Roche, our wonderful committee chairs and many others, I bring you well wishes.
School & Youth
The Show Must Go On Philip Kittiver is teaching online acting workshops to keep his students entertained and social during their time away from Theater in the Park.
Local Women Support The Class Of 2020 Mother and daughter duo Georgette and Lauren Vetock started a group on Facebook to celebrate local seniors.
Question Of The Month: St. Martin’s-In-The-Field Episcopal School This month, students at St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School answered the question: If you could travel to the future for one day, what would you do and why?
Arts & Entertainment
SPHS Coach Pens Fantasy Tale “The Last Wizard” John Bachkosky decided to dip into the waters of fiction with “The Last Wizard,” published April 28.
Virtual Concert Series Raises Over $20,000 For Local Musicians The Annapolis Town Center created a platform in which Annapolitan musicians could not only share their talent but also make a profit.
Maryland Historical Society Announces New, Free Virtual Programs To Celebrate And Discuss Exhibitions The Maryland Historical Society’s mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the history, art and culture of Maryland.