AACPS Addresses Bullying, Students Respond

The event followed recent videos that were made public.
Chartridge Resident Achieves Ultrarunning Milestone
Justin Peake joined 140 fellow runners in belting out the national anthem at midnight in the mountains of Virginia on December 10, 2022.
Open For Business: What To Expect During 2023
Each year, the greater Severna Park area experiences changes in the form of new businesses. The demand for retail space in both Severna Park and Arnold continues to outpace the supply.
S(o)uper Bowl Coordinator Strives To Stock Food Pantries
Planning is well underway for the sixth annual Good Neighbors Group S(o)uper Bowl food drive.
Blind Severna Park Pianist Assists Library Of Congress
Tyler Shallue, a legally blind student with autism at Anne Arundel Community College, wants the world to know that nothing is impossible.
Program Provides Relief For Homeless In Winter Months
Arundel House of Hope — in conjunction with dozens of churches throughout the county — provides shelter to homeless individuals through the Winter Relief program.
Back In Session
As Maryland’s 2023 legislative session got underway on January 11, many new faces filled the Maryland State House in Annapolis.

Helping During The Holidays And Year-Round

Looking back over the last couple of months with cold, dark days — it truly is a wonderful time of year.

Tripling The Offer From A Heartless, Evil And Greedy Insurance Company — Part 2

Annika Strandhed — a nod to the PBS series “Annika” — suffered a painful injury in a rear-end vehicle collision that occurred in Odenton, Maryland, in 2017.

Lauren’s Law: Looking Back At 2022 And Forward To 2023

I'm reminiscing about some of my favorite columns from 2022 and sharing a few bonus stories.

Severna Park Woman Wins Martin Luther King Award

The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast was held January 16, and among the year’s honorees was Severna Park resident Abbie Ellicott.