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Matt Wyble, Garry’s Grill Provide Meals For Spring Arbor Staff

Wyble partnered with Garry’s Grill owner Eddie Conway to provide meals to 50 employees at Spring Arbor Senior Living. more

William Lowry Named Interim Police Chief

Lowry has 47 years of public safety experience. He first served in the Anne Arundel County Police Department as assistant chief to Kevin Davis in 2013. more

Severn River Receives Boatload Of Oysters Through Operation Build-A-Reef

The fundraiser allowed the public to purchase bushels of spat-on-shell to enhance water-filtering oyster reefs within their local river. more

Pittman Sets New Restrictions To Address COVID Surge

County Executive Steuart Pittman announced new actions to address the rising rate of COVID-19 spread. more

AACPS Shares Updated Plans For Fall

Superintendent George Arlotto emphasized more real-time learning and access to technology for students. more

Orphan Grain Train Provides Materials To Churches, Senior Homes

The nonprofit has created and distributed 5,000 facemasks, scrub caps and headbands for nurses. It has also donated items to senior homes and businesses. more

Marsh Landing Overturned

Community groups argued that the stormwater controls proposed by the developer would not protect the sensitive Cattail Creek wetlands. more

Nonprofits Keep Families Afloat

During the COVID-19 pandemic, SPAN, ACAN and other nonprofits have stepped up in a big way to help those in need. more

The Legacy Of Janet Pack

Pack routinely gave whatever she could to feed the hungry, clothe the cold, and to give respect and love to anyone who felt hopeless. more

George Floyd Vigil Shows Unity Against Racism

Black leaders have asked for police body cameras, a community civilian review board, and other measures. more

Elfie Eberle Reflects On Longtime Service To OGT

Twenty-seven years after an unsuspecting trip to Russia, Elfie Eberle is stepping down as branch manager of the Maryland branch of Orphan Grain Train. more

Severna Park Voice Donates $3,000 To BWMC

The foundation’s executive director, Kathy Burk, accepted the check from Voice publishers Dianna and Lonnie Lancione, and Voice account executive Larry Sells. more

Military Spotlight: SPHS Graduate Completes Army Police Officer Training

Cynthia “CC” Fowler completed the Army's Military Police One Station Unit Training (OSUT). more

County Council Passes FY2021 Budget

The council passed the budget along party lines on June 12 with Democrats in favor of the legislation and Republicans opposed. more

Severna Park Couple Celebrates Milestone Diamond Anniversary

Sam and Joanne Montgomery married in 1960 in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, but have lived in the Chartwell neighborhood of Severna Park for the past 48 years. more

Severna Park Churches Continue Ministering While Adjusting To COVID-19 Restrictions

After months of closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, church members were excited to be reunited with their church families, even if they must worship six feet apart. more

What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been

These are unprecedented times, and we have all been forced to adapt to a new way of life. more

Lauren’s Law: Birthday Edition

We recently celebrated the second birthday of my daughter, Charlotte. I couldn’t help reflecting upon how different it was from her first birthday. more

Magothy River Association Works With SPHS Students To Create Board Game

The final design includes 50 game cards, an MRA Water Trail guide, a biodegradable bag, and a waterproof board and spinner. more

Welcome To Round Bay Sailing Association!

Learn about the group, which races regularly on the Severn River. more
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