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Good Food, Fun And Conversation: The Weekday Trucks Are Back

H2 Markets runs food truck events at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company on Tuesdays and at 8401 Veterans Highway in Millersville on Fridays. more

SPCC Gala Honorees Are Dedicated To Founders’ Mission

Andy Borland and Carl Gutschick, have made their commitment long term, serving on committees and as members of the board of directors since 1998. more

Kiwanis Member Is Dedicated To Helping Children

Rachel Jacobs' experience with the Key Club at Severna Park High School turned into a commitment with the Kiwanis Club. more

The Votes Are Tallied: Here Are The 2021 "Best Of Severna Park" Winners

Each business must have a commercial address within Severna Park, Arnold or Millersville, and a nominee had to receive at least five votes to qualify. more

Good Neighbors Group Hosts 2021 Severna Park Earth Day Festival

The nearly month long, virtual celebration is free to all participants. more

Severna Park Resident Celebrates 100th Birthday

Juanita Williams celebrated her 100th birthday on March 27 at her daughter’s Severna Park home. more

Fencing Etiquette 101: How To Be A Great Neighbor

Installing a fence not only provides security and safety, but its a great way to keep social gatherings intimate. more

Spring Brings Change

Despite the continued hardships posed by COVID, SPAN donations have been extremely plentiful. more

Two Lessons From Mister Rogers And Reverend Schoener

Here are two lessons that stood out to me after talking with someone who was fortunate to meet Fred Rogers. more

Tio Pepe Restaurant To Deliver To Severna Park

The Kiwanis Club is helping Tio Pepe deliver to the Severna Park Elks parking lot May 15. more

Sailors, Get Ready And Sail For A Cause

Skippers and crew are considering and planning for the charity races sailed on the Chesapeake Bay each year. more

Public Comments Sought For Linstead Shoreline Project

The comment deadline is April 27. more

Join SRA’s Water Quality Team

The SRA is looking for volunteers who can help for a three-hour cruise on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday mornings. more

No, No, Bad Dog!

Anne Arundel County has laws in place to protect the public from aggressive animals. more

Libraries Reopen For Walk-In Service Starting April 12

AACPL staff have provided online, curbside and appointment service since the pandemic began last March. more

United Ways In Maryland Launch COVID-19 Survey To Better Assess Community Needs

The survey will ask residents how their employment, housing and basic needs have been impacted. more

Severna Park Osprey Cam 2021 Is Live

This is the sixth year that Mark and Heather Jeweler are collaborating with Comcast Business to provide connectivity for the live broadcast. more

Anne Arundel County Leaves Governor’s COVID Changes in Place, Maintains Social Gathering Restrictions

Today, County Executive Steuart Pittman announced that Anne Arundel County will align with new state policy lifting capacity limits on restaurants, retail establishments, religious institutions and certain other facilities. more

Legislature Threatens To Defund Police In Public Schools

Several bills have been crafted to remove responsibilities from school resource officers. more

Maryland Lawmakers Discuss Virtual Schools As Permanent Option

The bills would provide Maryland families with access to a tuition-free, full-time online public school option for their children. more
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