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GSPCC Hosts Legislative Breakfast At Hella's

Photo by Laura Wiegmann After the meeting, Gary Middlebrooks and Kim Mills discuss important points with Delegate Tony McConkey. more

Mutt And Joe Celebrates One Year In The Park

Photo by Brian Lancione Andy Smull, the owner of Mutt and Joe, is joined by a large group of family and friends as she cuts the ceremonial ribbon to mark her business’ one-year … more

Bruster's Ice Cream And Yogurt Opens At Earleigh Heights

Photo by Brian Lancione During a GSPCC sponsored ribbon cutting sponsored by the Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce, Bruster’s Ice Cream and Yogurt celebrates its grand opening as … more

Pat's Hallmark Moves Into Park Plaza

Photo by Brian Lancione With many friends and local business leaders gathered, Pat Sharpe, director, her son Rick, president, and Teri Roper, store manager, commemorate the grand reopening … more

Ballet Theatre Of Maryland Opens Beautiful New Theatre

Photo by Brian Lancione Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen is joined by the Board of Trustees at Ballet Theatre of Maryland as he cuts the ribbon to officially open the dance company’s new … more

Chesapeake Bay Aquatic And Physical Therapy Moves Next Door

Photo by Brian Lancione Physical Therapists Ed Muir and Danielle Goldsmith of Chesapeake Bay Aquatic and Physical Therapy recently commemorated the opening of their new office with a ribbon … more

Entrepreneurs Create Jobs Out Of Water

By John Singleton The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Severna Park. Opportunities can be found even in a slow economy provided they offer potential customers a better way of … more

Chamber Update

By Linda Zahn, CEO Hurricane Irene didn’t pack the wallop originally forecasted, but it still hit the Greater Severna Park area with enough force to be long remembered. Having trees down, … more

Future Planning With Gateway Capitol Financial

By Rochelle Karina In this tough economy, many people are looking for ways to stretch their dollars. Navigating new tax laws, figuring out what to do with changing retirement benefits, how … more

Dr. Miller Wants To See Beautiful Smiles

Located in what used to be a private residence back in the ‘50s, Dr. W. Kendall Miller’s orthodontic practice strives to make patients feel at home. Dr. Miller has lived in the … more

Woodfire Back Room Gets A Makeover Just In Time For Football Season

Open Space And Additional Television Screens Make For Ideal Game-Watching With Friends By Dylan Roche Autumn is upon us, and football fans are eagerly anticipating an exciting season of … more

Quiznos Subs Celebrates Grand Opening

Photo by Brian Lancione Quiznos Subs commemorates the opening of its new Ritchie Highway restaurant as owner Mike Willard, who is joined by staff members and local civic leaders as he cuts … more

Celebree Learning Centers Opens In The Park

Photo by Brian Lancione Richard Huffman, the CEO and President of Celebree Learning Center, is joined by his family and many area business leaders for a ribbon cutting ceremony which marks … more

Schneider Named Executive Vice President At BankAnnapolis

Edward J. Schneider has been promoted to executive vice president at BankAnnapolis, a new position created in recognition of his performance as senior vice president and chief financial officer. … more

Big Vanilla Makes Donation To Bello Machre

For over 10 years, Larry Ray, owner and president of the Big Vanilla Athletic Clubs, has been offering memberships to 70 Bello Machre direct care staff who live and work in local homes. There … more

SidusData Has Reason To Celebrate

Managed hosting and cloud provider SidusData (www.sidusdata.com) recently made its final payment against a seven-year loan through the Arundel Business Loan (ABL) Fund. The funding gave … more

AACC Hires New Director Of Public Relations

Anne Arundel Community College has appointed Dan Baum as executive director of its Public Relations and Marketing department.  Baum brings more than 20 years experience in marketing and … more

Turning Gold Into Cash

By Greg Isaac, Goldfather With today's cloudy economy and rising prices on everything from gasoline to the food we eat, everyone is looking for a way to get a bit more cash. We all want to go on … more

Good Fences Make 20 Years Of Good Business For Fence And Deck Connection

In an industry that can easily be affected by today’s economic times, there is a homegrown success story that has been rooted within our community for 20 years. Fence and Deck Connection, … more

Local Chamber Bites Into Personal Protection

By Elizabeth Harwood The Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce recently hosted its regular business luncheon at Brian Boru Restaurant and Pub. Affectionately known as “Business … more
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