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Neighbors Score Big With S(o)uper Bowl Food Drive

Good Neighbors Group collected more than 4,500 items for Serving People Across Neighborhoods (SPAN) and My Brother's Pantry. more

Valentine's Pictures With The Pooches Fundraiser

The Valentine's Pictures with the Pooches fundraiser was organized by The Donnelly Group, and hosted by Severna Park Taphouse on February 8. more

Purse Bingo To Benefit Green Hornets Baseball Team, Feb. 21

The Green Hornets 14U baseball team will hold a purse bingo fundraiser at the Severna Park Elks Lodge on February 21. more

Lauren’s Law: When Life Gives You A Grand

We all know the obnoxious retort after a poorly told story: “And then you found $1,000.” What about when you start a story with that retort … and it’s true? more

Connolly And Wright To Wed

Tim and Molly Connolly of Severna Park are happy to announce the engagement of their son, Patrick, to Duan T. Wright. more

Helen’s Hearts

Helen Carr gives her heart to area children through the annual donation of handmade heart-themed quilts and blankets. more

Unity Gardens To Host Spring Speaker And Fundraising Event

Unity Gardens funded six of the 25 grants awarded last year to Severna Park community projects, totaling 20% of its 2019 budget. more

Marsh Landing Approval Overturned

The approval of the final site plan for the Marsh Landing subdivision has been overturned. more

SPAN Welcomes New President, Kathy Berge

Kathy Berge is a member of St. Martin's-in-the-Field Episcopal Church, and a SPAN board representative. more

Local Crafter Sews For Australian Animals

When Severna Park resident and seasoned crafter Carrie Gruver learned of the fires’ impact on the wildlife, she put her skills to good use. more

Walk The Walk Celebrates 15 Years Of Service

The couple is not passing the baton just yet. They are waiting for the next leader of Walk the Walk to find the way to them. more

Arnold Woman Works The Pro Bowl

Elaine Rom, who films “Monday Night Football” for ESPN, was invited to work the Pro Bowl. She was responsible for capturing all of the game-time action that took place on the right side of the field past the 35-yard line. more

Home Remodeling Tips from The Anne Arundel Home Services Company

The Anne Arundel Home Services Company has a list of tips to help you get prepared for a home remodeling project. more

Military Spotlight: Paul Baumgardner Proudly Reflects On WWII Service

Paul Baumgardner was drafted into the Navy as an 18-year-old during World War II. His first assignment was on the USS Bunker Hill CV-17, an aircraft carrier, which assisted in the battles of both Iwo Jima and Okinawa. more

County Council Requests Treatment And Services To Combat Suicide Crisis

The council voted unanimously for a resolution declaring suicide a public health crisis in Anne Arundel County. more

It’s Time To Vote For The Best Of Severna Park!

The Voice wants to know which businesses, restaurants, services and venues in Greater Severna Park have become your favorites. more

Gem Show Will Support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Not only will folks learn about the wonders of rock, minerals and fossils, but they will also help in the fight against childhood cancers. more

Look For Changes In Retirement Plans

Recently passed legislation could affect the IRAs and 401(k)s of millions of Americans beginning in 2020. more

PHOTOS: Polar Bear Plunge 2020

People from all over Maryland came to Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis and withstood the frigid waters of the Chesapeake Bay during the Polar Bear Plunge on January 25. more

Students Brave The Chilly Bay For Special Olympics

This January, Anne Arundel County students will join an estimated 4,500 of their peers from across the state to take a plunge into the chilly Chesapeake Bay. more
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