Art In The Park To Be Held September 19

Art in the Park will be held in Severna Park on Sunday, September 19, hosted by Cafe Mezzanote, Severna Park Voice and Jazz Beyond Borders.
Volunteer Keeps Sister’s Memory Alive
Courtney Stevens works as the vice president of Stef Ripple.
Golfing For Gabi
The Pellicani family started Golfing For Gabi in 2019 after 5-year-old Gabi lost her battle to brain cancer.
The October Surprise
The three main problems facing the market are inflation, increase in taxes and interest rate hikes.

Anne Arundel County Food Bank Receives Donated Food On Hunger Action Day

The need for food donations in Anne Arundel County remains high.

Meade Holds 9/11 Flag Of Honor Memorial

The event featured guest speakers, a segment honoring those who lost their lives, and more.

Organizations Reflect On Current State Of Mental Health

The pandemic has affected many people’s mental health, and a few local organizations are working to make a difference.

Round Bay Residents Protest Development Of Historic Mount Misery

The view from the fort on top of Mount Misery enabled Union soldiers to look at Confederate ships attempting to enter Maryland or Washington D.C.

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Severna Park Field Hockey Looks to Add Another State Championship

The Falcons opened the season by stunning highly ranked Garrison Forest 2-1 in double-overtime.

Falcons Fly To 45-0 Win Over Meade In Season Opener

With a full schedule, the Falcons are eager to prove they can compete with the county’s best programs.

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Sawyer Knapp

Although Knapp wasn’t the most experienced player on the team initially, he boosted his reputation as a team player.

SPHS Boys Soccer Not Taking Anything For Granted

The Falcons are now eager to return to the field with that message in mind and a full slate of games in front of them.

SPHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team Primed For Promising Fall Season

The team began the fall preseason with a 0-0 tie in a scrimmage against Archbishop Spalding High School in late August.
Chamber Update Remember to shop local, give local and support local!
Chesapeake Urology Helps Patients Solve Personal Issues At Chesapeake Urology, a team of specialists treat with their extensive experience, cutting-edge treatments, and compassion.
Plan Ahead Before Joining The “Great Resignation” It’s been called the “Great Resignation” — the large number of Americans voluntarily leaving their jobs.
School & Youth
Softball Player Represents At Pitch Hit & Run Jodi Deaton participated in the 2021 Pitch Hit & Run Team Championship competition at Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals, on August 21.
Educators Paddle Length Of Chesapeake Bay To Raise Awareness Over the span of eight days, 34 educators split into teams and traveled six to nine miles each to raise awareness and funds for the Chesapeake Bay.
Boy Scout Demonstrates Love For Bay With Oyster Rehabilitation Project Addison Garrett is the newest member of Boy Scout Troop 450 to complete his Eagle Scout project.
Arts & Entertainment
Warriors In The Park: Concert Will Honor Military Heroes, First Responders The Annapolis festival will be held on 9/11 from 1:00pm to 9:00pm. Headlining the concert is the hard rock band VEER.
Savoring Severna Park Crab Cakes We checked out two restaurants that you, the readers, voted as your favorites during the last Best of Severna Park contest.
Erika Robuck Brings Local WWII Spy To Life In New Thriller Erika Robuck has always loved a good story.