Theater Company Brings Mystery To Millersville

Do or Die Mysteries has found a new home at Hellas Restaurant and Lounge in Millersville.
Severn School Senior Modifies Surgical Helmets To Protect Against Coronavirus
The modified helmets have now been used routinely in high-risk cases by surgical teams at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Help Us Unravel These Holiday Mysteries
The holidays are approaching, and we need help answering some age-old questions.
Severna Park Native Graduates From Naval Academy
Ronan Williams made his community proud this May when he graduated from the United States Naval Academy.

Plan2040 Draft Released

Steuart Pittman released a preliminary draft of the Plan2040 General Development Plan on Sept. 30 during a press conference at the Brooklyn Park Library.

Volunteer Is Dedicated To Caring For People And Animals

Lindsay and her family attend Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church, where she has volunteered with the Meals on Wheels and Winter Relief programs.

Gold Star Memorial Pays Tribute To Severna Park Soldiers

The memorial honors Eric Kavanagh, William “Taylor” Wild IV, Eric Herzberg and Nathaniel McDavitt.

COVID-19 And The Maryland Courts, Part 5

This is my fifth update regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact upon the administration of justice in Maryland.
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U12 Green Hornets Shut Out The UQA Lions

The U12 Hornets moved to 2-1 this fall by securing a 28-0 victory over the Upper Queen Anne’s County Lions.

AACPS Adopts Two-Semester High School Athletics Plan

Out-of-season practices can begin October 19, but teams will not compete in games until February 2021.

Arnold Resident Brody Kelly Finds Joy In Kart Racing

Brody Kelly recently returned from New Castle, Indiana, and in early October, he prepared to leave for a national cup race in Indianapolis.

Student Athlete Of The Month: Jordan Dill

Jordan Dill has brought hustle and heart to the Severna Park Storm.

9U Green Hornets Win Rogue September Shootout

Through five games, the Green Hornets outscored the competition 82-49.
Chamber Update Welcome the newest members of the chamber and learn about recent events.
Arundel Federal Savings Bank Specializes In Longevity, Community Outreach Arundel Federal is a mutual savings bank with all of the bells and whistles of a larger corporate bank, but it focuses business within the state.
Election 2020: What Can We Expect? The market likes elements of both candidates.
School & Youth
Indian Creek Co-Founder Anne Chambers Will Be “Missed But Remembered With Great Fondness” Anne Chambers passed away on October 12 at her home in Hagerstown at the age of 80.
A Mother’s Diagnosis Inspires Pasadena Girl To Tap Cancer Out Gemma Fiorenza is training for a jiujitsu fundraiser that fights cancer.
Students In ECI And Prekindergarten Through Second Grade To Return To Classrooms On November 16 On Monday, November 30, students in grades 3 through 5 will return in a hybrid format.
Arts & Entertainment
Annapolis Opera Hosting Virtual Gala And Auction Annapolis Opera will host Passing the Baton, a virtual gala and auction, to mark the transition of its directorship and raise funds during this unprecedented year.
Entertainment Venues Adapt To Make Visitors Safe Severna Park Lanes, EscapeTime, The Blended Essentials and Annapolis Home Brew are among the venues making changes.
Local Theaters Prepare For Fall Season Two children’s theaters, Theater in the Park (TITP) and Stage & Screen Studios, are kicking off the fall season with creative productions that keep students and staff safe, and get them back onstage.