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Learn To Drive Education Program Turns 25

The Severna Park educational program Learn to Drive is celebrating its 25th year of service this summer. The program was started by Joe Campbell, a retired police sergeant. Among his many roles, … more

Dr. Brian Valle Marks 30 Years Of Creating Custom Smiles For Patients

Thirty years ago, when he was only a year out of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, Dr. Brian Valle opened his practice in Millersville with a vision that still holds today. more

Chamber Update

We had three ribbon cutting celebrations in July, a wonderful parade, and we celebrated Star-Spangled Restaurant Week. more

Is It OK To Have A Mortgage When You Retire?

When planning for retirement, the factors you need to consider are your interest rate, the investment’s rate of return, and your income sources. more

Chamber Update

Hear from GSPACC CEO Liz League. more

Quality Product And Keen Customer Service Make Design Tops A Top Pick

Just like a piece of granite, every homeowner is unique – unique needs, unique tastes, a unique budget. more

La Posta Pizzeria Teams Up With New Nonprofit HobbleJog For Fundraiser

The fundraiser helped raise money for the HobbleJog Foundation, which supports individuals recovering from traumatic brain injuries (TBI). more

Ribbon Cutting: Magothy Payments Opens In New Location

Photo by Dylan Roche A multi-chamber event, the grand reopening of Magothy Payments drew supporters from the Pasadena Business Association – as well as the Greater Severna Park and Arnold … more

SERVPRO Of Annapolis/Severna Park Welcomes Marketing Intern

Claire McCabe grew up around the company, with her father being a franchise business consultant for 12 years. more

Will You Need PLAYchecks In Retirement?

One of the biggest mistakes I see people make when preparing to retire is not accounting for how they will pay for their dreams. more

Frame & Frame Is There For Area Residents In Need

The law firm is celebrating its 65th anniversary. more

Chamber Update

Catch up with the Greater Severna Park & Arnold Chamber of Commerce. more

Community Contributors: Many People Bank On The Support Of Arundel Federal

At Arundel Federal Savings Bank, employees do much more than handle money. more

When It Comes To Retirement Planning, Think Like An Engineer

“If it’s meant to be, it’s up to me!” It may seem simplistic, but its truth in relation to retirement planning is undeniable. more

Ribbon Cutting: Benfield Gallery Celebrates 35th Anniversary

Cynthia McBride recently welcomed supporters from the community to a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate 35 years of framing, displaying and selling artwork and other treasures at Benfield Gallery, … more

Ribbon Cutting: Eco Interior Maintenance Shines For 33 Years

After 33 years of residential and commercial cleaning and restoration, owner Doug Bradford was proud to celebrate the milestone year at a formal ribbon cutting. Eco Interior Maintenance is … more

Ribbon Cutting: Tara Frame Marks 65 Years Of Practice In Pasadena

Carrying on the tradition started by her father, Tara Frame commemorated the 65th anniversary of Frame & Frame Attorneys at Law with a ribbon cutting recently held at Café Mezzanotte. … more

Ribbon Cutting: Massage Envy Moves To New Home In Magothy Gateway

Massage Envy has officially made the move to a beautiful new location in Magothy Gateway shopping center. To celebrate 10 years of business and the grand reopening, owner Joann Hess welcomed … more

Clean Sweep Of Anne Arundel County Awarded Best Of Houzz 2019

A full-service Pasadena chimney company, Clean Sweep Of Anne Arundel County has won Best Of Customer Service on Houzz, a leading platform for home renovation and design. Maryland’s five-star … more

La Posta To Host Taste Of Italy Fundraiser

The Taste of Italy fundraiser will be held on Sunday, June 9, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. The event features silent auction items to bid on. more
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