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PHOTOS: Gold Star Memorial Groundbreaking

The community gathered on Veterans Day for a groundbreaking ceremony that included veterans, the heroes' families, local legislators and more. more

Severna Park Resident Embodies Veterans Day Values As A Member Of U.S. Navy Reserve

As Americans reflect on the service of military men and women this Veterans Day, some may not realize that they are fellow residents with those who serve in the U.S. Navy Reserve. Captain Margaret … more

St. Martin’s To Host Fall Open House

St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School will hold an open house on Monday, November 11. more

Broadneck Community Members Go Zero-Waste

Members of the Cape St. Claire community are looking to change the world, starting in their own backyards. more

Arnold Teen Honored For Community Work

Mackenzie Boughey, a senior at Severn School, is the first-ever youth recipient of a Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN) Award for her work in establishing the March for Our Lives Annapolis chapter. more

Kilmarnock Is Hidden Between Millersville And Severna Park

Anyone who has ever walked the entire loop at Kinder Farm Park knows there is a dead-end street that butts up to the park’s path through the wooded area, but where does that street lead? more

St. John Outreach Team Spreads Generosity In Jamaica

The St. John the Evangelist Jamaica Outreach Team made its annual fall trip in late October. more

Indoor Pools Provide Important Aquatic Rehabilitation

Are your joints feeling achy with the change in seasons? Are you recovering from an injury, or interested in working out in a more comfortable, unique environment? more

Friends Start Severna Park Chapter Of 100 Teens Who Care

When Alexandra Jones, Rachel Reed and Caroline Smith started a Severna Park chapter of 100 Teens Who Care, they didn’t just create a group; they empowered their peers to advocate for causes that demonstrate their passions. more

Council Continues Debate On Complex Forest Conservation Law

The seven members of the Anne Arundel County Council are attempting to see the forest for the trees as they contemplate a conservation law that would impose tougher restrictions on developers. more

All Are Welcome To Attend These Yuletide Events

It wouldn’t quite feel like the holidays in Severna Park without the celebration of three events that have become traditions for area residents. more

Matt Griswold Joins Elite Company Among Virginia Tech Athletes

What does Severna Park native Matt Griswold have in common with former NFL quarterback Michael Vick, former MLB manager and catcher Johnny Oates, and the NFL’s all-time sacks leader, former Buffalo Bills defensive end Bruce Smith? more

Changes To The Critical Area Map Will Affect Homeowners

In September, the Critical Area Commission for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays sent a letter to some homeowners informing them that changes had been made to the critical area boundary. more

When Cancer Is Your Unwelcome Visitor

“Olivia” came to Serving People Across Neighborhoods (SPAN) to get food. While our interviewer was packing her groceries, Olivia shared her story. more

Anne Arundel County Receives SAFER Grant To Support 70 New Firefighter Positions

Anne Arundel County has accepted a federal Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant that supports up to 70 new firefighter positions. more

Annapolis Native Serves With Versatile U.S. Navy Helicopter Squadron In Guam

A 2009 Broadneck High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy with Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 25 on the island of Guam. more

Lauren’s Law: Going To Court

The irony of this article’s title is not lost on my visit to the Annapolis District Court. No, I’m not a lawyer, and I’m not here to offer legal advice. more

AACC Student Publishes Coloring Book For Adults

Anne Arundel Community College student Katie O’Neil successfully navigated the sometimes-treacherous world of self-publishing to create an 86-page adult coloring book titled “Tropical Bubbles.” more

Lights On The Bay Will Light The Night Starting Nov. 24

Driving through “Lights on the Bay” at Sandy Point State Park has become a tradition for many families for the past decade. more

Severna Park Family Starts Tucker’s Teddies To Help Families Grieve

After the loss of her son, Tucker, Sierra Mullen and her mother, Michele Mullen, made it their mission to help families experiencing loss. more
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