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Tips To Get Your Home Ready For The Holidays

The “most wonderful time of the year” is rapidly approaching, and for most of us, that means the busiest. more

Severna Park Native Enjoys Leadership And “Warrior Ethos” Of The Marine Corps

Severna Park native Madeline Zell Calves was naturally drawn to military service. more

Severna Park Native Leads Eastern District Police Station

Jeff Adams always wanted to be a police officer. Growing up in Severna Park, he was raised to help others, and police work was a natural fit. more

Arnold Resident Is Dedicated To Serving Others

From classrooms to the Ballet Theatre of Maryland, Debbie Mayer never stops finding ways to support others. 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 … more

Severn River Lions Fruit Benefit Sale Set For November 16

Your support helps the Severn River Lions provide the less fortunate with hearing and vision assistance, youth programs and much more. more

Local Vet Competes In Ironman Maryland

Nearly 2,000 athletes from around the world converged on Cambridge, Maryland in September for the sixth annual Ironman Maryland triathlon. more

Lake Waterford Health Advisory Lifted, Future Remains Unclear

More than three months after Anne Arundel County officials identified serious concerns about Lake Waterford’s water quality, little had changed, and it remains unclear if there are any long-term plans or solutions. more

Missions Banquet Planned At Abundant Life Korean Church

Abundant Life Korean Church is hosting a bazaar to fundraise for missions in China, Thailand, Korea, Haiti, Ethiopia, Russia, Nepal and Guatemala. more

Friends Helping Friends, At Home And Around The World

Recently, a group from Long & Foster's Severna Park office congregated at the Orphan Grain Train warehouse on Veterans Highway in Millersville for a Service Day project. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Severn River Animal Hospital Fundraiser

Severn River Animal Hospital held an open house and fundraiser for the SPCA of Anne Arundel County on October 5. more

Five Years Later, Ed Polk Is Still Remembered

When Ed Polk passed away in October 2014 after a long battle with cancer, it was a big blow to the community. more

Dedicated Aviator’s Hard Work Is Rewarded

In May, Major Daniel L. Jewett was named Marine NFO of the Year, also called the Robert Guy Robinson Award, by the Marine Corps Aviation Association. more

Former Inmate, Author And AACC Graduate Chris Wilson Speaks At Arnold Campus

Today, Wilson is free, and he is a Baltimore resident and entrepreneur. He wrote a memoir detailing how he turned his life around, and he is an advocate for criminal justice reform. more

Quaint Chartwood Is One Of Severna Park’s Oldest Communities

Chartwood is a semi-secluded community on the west end of Benfield Boulevard, close to Kinder Farm Park, Chartwell Country Club and St. Andrew’s Pool. The community is close to Route 97 without … more

Severna Park Resident To Compete In 2020 Miss Maryland USA Pageant

Paige Perchinsky grew up watching pageants, but she never thought she’d be a state finalist in the 2020 Miss Maryland USA competition. more

The Great Small-Cell Debate

It looks ordinary – a shoebox-sized piece of equipment affixed to a light pole in the parking lot by Einstein Bros. Bagels off Ritchie Highway. But what exactly is it? more

Earleigh Heights Loses Appeal To Rezone Property For New Station

At Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company, first responders aren’t just battling fires; they’re facing numerous threats to their health. more

Orphan Grain Train’s International Fest Underscores Important Mission

Orphan Grain Train helps people in the U.S. and 69 other countries, but it chose its Millersville warehouse as the site of its fundraiser on September 21. more
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