Severn River Receives Boatload Of Oysters Through Operation Build-A-Reef

The fundraiser allowed the public to purchase bushels of spat-on-shell to enhance water-filtering oyster reefs within their local river.
William Lowry Named Interim Police Chief
Lowry has 47 years of public safety experience. He first served in the Anne Arundel County Police Department as assistant chief to …
Pittman Sets New Restrictions To Address COVID Surge
County Executive Steuart Pittman announced new actions to address the rising rate of COVID-19 spread.
SPHS Coach Brings Youth Lacrosse Program To Area
Travis Loving, the assistant coach for the Severna Park High boys varsity lacrosse team and co-founder of Mesa Lacrosse, is leading …
Community

Matt Wyble, Garry’s Grill Provide Meals For Spring Arbor Staff

Wyble partnered with Garry’s Grill owner Eddie Conway to provide meals to 50 employees at Spring Arbor Senior Living.

AACPS Shares Updated Plans For Fall

Superintendent George Arlotto emphasized more real-time learning and access to technology for students.

Orphan Grain Train Provides Materials To Churches, Senior Homes

The nonprofit has created and distributed 5,000 facemasks, scrub caps and headbands for nurses. It has also donated items to senior homes and businesses.

Marsh Landing Overturned

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

Rising Elite: How Football Newcomer Trey Smack Became One Of America’s Top Prospects

The ball was teed up on the 40-yard line, and Trey Smack took a determined 10-yard run up to it before booting it down the field. It screamed off the turf of the rural Tennessee high school, arcing …

Spartans Continue Hot Streak

The 11U SP Baseball Academy Spartans have fared well in several tournaments this summer.

Top Awards For Severna Park Student-Athletes

Several Severna Park student-athletes were recognized this spring for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to athletics at Severna Park.

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.
Business
People On The Move: Susan Shingledecker As executive director, Susan Shingledecker will also serve as ESIP chief executive officer and perform a critical leadership position.
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.
School & Youth
Youth Enjoy Annual Round Bay Boat Race The youth worked in teams, but only one person could race the boat while equipped with a kayak paddle.
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.
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 Offers Comfortable, Casual Dining Our food critics tried the grilled chicken kabobs, lemon haddock, wings and Mississippi mud pie.