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Neighbors Band Together During Coronavirus Shutdown

People brought groceries for neighbors, they spread cheer and they used their sewing skills to aid emergency workers. more

Maryland Legislators Rush To Pass Bills As Coronavirus Halts Session

About 660 bills passed in the final days of the 2020 session, which adjourned roughly one month in advance of its scheduled end. more

The Winners For The 2020 “Best Of Severna Park” Are…

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

COVID-19 County Health Update

People who are 65 years and older and those with underlying medical issues are most at risk. more

Families Enjoy The Outdoors During Shutdown

Kinder Farm Park is located in Millersville, and is open daily from 7:00am to dusk. more

Local Woman Is Dedicated To Serving The Community

Atkinson has been an active member of Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church’s mission ministry. She has traveled to Malawi twice and Guatemala five times. more

Sailor Successfully Completes Tour Aboard Fast-Attack Submarine

Under Corey Poorman’s leadership, USS Pasadena transitioned from the West Coast to its new homeport in Norfolk last year, and earned the 2017 and 2019 Battle Efficiency E for Submarine Squadron 11 (CSS-11). more

Severna Park Residents Run For A Cause

The Morrissey family will travel across the pond to run the London Marathon, one of the world’s largest fundraisers. more

SPCC Gala To Celebrate 25 Years, Honor Founders

Dubbed “An Evening of Glamour and Giving,” the SPCC fundraising gala has been rescheduled from April 18 to October 24. more

Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival Canceled, But DVD Will Be Sold

Ticketholders will have free access to an online link of rehearsals filmed by a videographer. more

Partners In Care Launches Veterans Helping Veterans Program

The new program will be only for veteran residents, and volunteers for the program will also be veterans. more

Anne Arundel Senior Softball Association Provides Social Opportunities

As the weather warms up and flowers start to bloom, Americans of every skill level start preparing for the next baseball and softball seasons, including some of Anne Arundel County’s senior … more

A Prayer For A Pandemic

SPAN is working every day to be able to assuage some of the anxiety. more

Lauren’s Law: Home Edition

The following timeline is how Lauren’s Law came into play when we tried to buy a house amidst an unprecedented global pandemic. more

COVID-19 And The Courts

Since March 16, all state courts have been restricted to emergency operations, through at least April 3. more

What You Need To Know Now About Guardianship In Maryland

An experienced Maryland guardianship attorney can provide the assistance you need to protect your loved one. more

Online Resources For Students And Parents During Coronavirus Shutdown

From reading and memorizing the times tables to working on a long-shelved art project, students are staying busy. more

Where Do We Go From Here?

Local boards do not have the authority to scribble outside the lines of the executive orders in place, and we would never put any student, teacher, or staff member at risk. more

School System Adds Nine Locations To Meals Program

Changes in guidance at the state level have provided Anne Arundel County Public Schools with the opportunity to expand the meals program in place during the school shutdown, and AACPS’ Division … more

A Message From The Anne Arundel County Food Bank

The Anne Arundel County Food Bank supports the local community and needs immediate help in terms of volunteer time and in-kind food donations. more
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