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St. Martin’s Volunteers Assist Afghan Refugees

Dawn Major heard about the influx of refugees at a presentation by Jeanette Sudano of Giving Back, Linda's Legacy. She and others felt moved to help. more

St. Vincent De Paul Society Expands To Meet Needs

Formerly housed in the basement of an old rectory building at St. John the Evangelist, the pantry served a record number of people, 94, in three hours. more

Council Examines Cluster Development Definition

Cluster development is used to group housing together, thereby preserving the remaining land. more

SPHS Class Of 1967 Plans Reunion

The celebration will start with a 55th reunion happy hour at Mother’s Peninsula Grille on October 14. more

Stef Ripple News

The nonprofit has an upcoming 5K and is offering a scholarship. more

Community Center Offers Free Swim Programs For Anyone With A Disability

The program is available for free through June 2023. more

Heroes Of Severna Park Group Plans To Add Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The memorial would go next to the Gold Star gazebo by the B&A Trail. more

Anglers Lure Big Fish, Bigger Prizes

Hundreds of fishermen participated in the 35th annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament more

National Night Out Strengthens Community Bonds

Attendees enjoyed enjoy games, learned about public safety equipment and vehicles, and more. more

Petco Love Invests In Operation Paws For Homes

A celebration was held at the Severna Park Petco on July 12. more

Taphouse Concert Raises Over $20,000 For BWMC Foundation

Headliner and Nashville musician Chad Bearden took the stage, as did Jesse Tucker and many local musicians. more

Community Engagement Made This Year’s Parade Special

Communities, nonprofits, businesses and other organizations created about 110 floats for this year's parade. more
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