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Graduation Parade Makes Way Through Shipley's Choice

High school and college graduates paraded around the Shipley’s Choice community on May  31. more

Restaurants Allowed To Open For Outdoor Seating; Retail Business Opening Moved Up To May 29

Pittman will sign two executive orders to put these new policies in place. more

Statement From The GSPACC Regarding Parade Cancellation

The parade is expected to be held on Labor Day if the emergency declaration is lifted. more

COVID-19 And The Maryland Courts

Since March 16, all state courts have been restricted to emergency operations, through at least June 5. more

Safe Living For Seniors During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Here are some tips for increasing safety for your senior loved ones during this time. more

Steuart Pittman Announces Additional Phase One Actions for Retail Businesses

Barber shops, beauty salons and other “non-essential” retail businesses will open on June 1. more

Blue Angels Hold Surprise Flyover At U.S. Naval Academy

The U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration team, the Blue Angels, did a surprise flyover at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis on May 20 to honor the class of 2020. more

Celebrating Behind-The-Scenes Essential Workers During National Public Works Week

May 17-23 marks National Public Works Week, a time to appreciate public workers and shine a spotlight on the work they do that often goes unnoticed. more

County Executive Pittman Announces COVID-19 Recovery Work Group

Steuart Pittman has formed an advisory group to help inform county policy decisions on the long road to recovery from the COVID-19 public health crisis. more

Pittman Makes Decision On Anne Arundel's Path Forward On COVID-19

County Executive Steuart Pittman has announced steps Anne Arundel County will take following Governor Larry Hogan’s stage one Road to Recovery press conference. more

Community Responds To Hospice Of The Chesapeake’s Call For PPE 

Inspired by a cousin who was sewing facemasks for her community in Virginia, Severna Park High School junior Delia Fishburne got to work. more

Maryland Government Encourages #GivingTuesdayNow During Pandemic

In response to the unprecedented needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Larry Hogan launched the Maryland Unites campaign to promote charitable giving and volunteerism in Maryland during this challenging time. more

Long-Term Planning: Day By Day And The Future Of COVID Testing

We are all trying to imagine when and how this time of essential-only businesses, social distancing and mask-wearing will end. more

COVID Pandemic Forces Pittman To Forgo Luxury With FY2021 Budget

The $1.7 billion FY2021 budget comes at a time for fiscal restraint. Health and human services was one area that will get a funding boost. more

How My 18-Year Role As A Military Wife Prepared Me For A Pandemic

If you are lucky enough to have lived in a military community at one point in time, you will fully understand what it means to be a community. more

Governor Hogan Introduces Roadmap To Recovery

Hogan called his plan a "safe, effective and gradual approach to reopening the state as it continues to combat the COVID-19 pandemic." more

Caring For An Elderly Loved One Or Someone With A Complex Illness During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Here are a few recommendations that might help you and your loved one feel a better sense of control during this pandemic. more

Longtime Severna Park Resident Bud Johnson Passes Away

Maurice “Bud” Philborn Johnson was born in New York in 1922. He died on April 8, 2020. more

Lauren’s Law: This Life Is Bananas

The days are long, but we’ve managed to get into a routine. Here is a small window into our lives these days. more

Businesses, Nonprofits Go The Extra Mile To Help

In a time of need, Severna Park looked to its local businesses and nonprofits for support, and they didn’t disappoint. more
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