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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

Round Bay Celebrates Centennial

Round Bay residents gathered at the main beach on September 21 to hold a centennial celebration for their community. more

Severn River Isn’t Dead Yet, Let’s Keep It That Way

In mid-September, the Severn River Association shared some unsettling news. A large dead zone had overtaken a huge stretch of the Severn River between April and August. more

Board Of Education Approves $209.1 Million Capital Budget Request

On September 25, the Anne Arundel County Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved Superintendent George Arlotto’s recommended $209.1 million Fiscal Year 2021 capital budget request. more

A Pinked Perspective Provides Positive Purpose For Survivor

In 2011, Kara Hamilton, alongside her husband and two young children, started a battle. Diagnosed with breast cancer, the 33-year old fought for nearly a year, going through treatment and surgery. more

Continuous Innovation And Collaboration Are Hallmarks Of Chick-fil-A

Even with a plethora of dining options up and down Ritchie Highway, cars are always lining up and moving around the red-and-white brick building and its large American flag. more

Through Thick And Thin

For more than two decades - and nearly 200 books - a group of Severna Park residents have bonded, forming a unique connection and genuine friendships. more

Golf Tournament Raises Thousands For Cancer Charity

Bob Bell Automotive and There Goes My Hero held a charity golf tournament at Chartwell Golf & Country Club in September to raise money for children and adults with blood cancer. more

The Bay Bridge

A lot has changed since 1987, not the least of which is our aging infrastructure. more

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

Growing up in a family with many veterans and active duty service members, combined with growing up near the United States Naval Academy (USNA), Severna Park native Madeline Zell Calves was naturally drawn to military service. more

Van Hollen Announces Increase In Bay Funding In Key Senate Bill

U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen has secured $76 million in funding for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Chesapeake Bay Program within the Senate Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Fiscal Year 2020 funding bill. more

Maryland Judiciary Asks Students To Create Artwork To Foster Peaceful Resolution Of Conflicts

The Maryland Judiciary is asking students to use their artistic talents to help promote peacemaking during the 14th annual Conflict Resolution Day Bookmark Art Contest more

Anne Arundel County’s Department Of Public Works Recognized For Environmental Excellence

Two Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works (DPW) agencies earned national awards that recognized their efforts to dramatically improve the quality of local waterways. more

Department Of Health Offers Tips For A Healthy And Safe Halloween

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health provides the following tips to help families have a fun, healthy and safe Halloween. more

Severna Park Artist Honored During Tribute To Women And Industry Awards

At a time when art programs are getting scaled back in some schools, Severna Park resident Roberta Pardo is using art to drive important discussions. more

Join The Walk To End Alzheimer’s Oct. 20

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Annapolis is set for Sunday, October 20, at noon at Susan Campbell Park in Annapolis. more

Hospice Of The Chesapeake Celebrates A Special Anniversary

The Hospice of the Chesapeake staff welcomed community members to a special ceremony at its John and Cathy Belcher campus on September 19 to mark 40 years of service to area residents. more

What To Do After A Car Crash

As an attorney who represents those injured in car collisions, I am often asked questions about what to do in the aftermath of a crash. more

Family Fun At The Fall Harvest Festival

The Friends of Kinder Farm Park group is gearing up for its annual Fall Harvest Festival. The festival is a community favorite, attracting families across the county to join in on the festivities. more

Chamber Update

All of the latest updated and information on from the GSPACC. more
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