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API Anniversary Celebration Takes The Field Sept. 14

Although Athletic Performance Inc. (API) is located in Gambrills, the sports training program has served athletes from Severna Park and all over Anne Arundel County over the last 15 years. more

SPHS Student Turns Camp Triple Threat Into A Success

Rising junior Lucy Feldmann brought the sea to Anne Arundel Community College from August 19-23 as she hosted Camp Triple Threat for 16 children from the Arnold community of Glen Oban. more

Welcome Back To School!

Welcome back AACPS students, parents, guardians, teachers and staff! Let’s talk about some back-to-school resources, as well as my priorities for this school year. more

Broadneck Sophomore Provides A Beacon Of Hope For South Sudan

Broadneck High School sophomore Simmone Wallace held a fundraiser at Ulmstead Barn on August 18. The event created awareness and raised $1,000 for UNICEF-South Sudan to help the malnourished children in the war-torn area. more

PHOTO GALLERY: LEGO Expo & Contest at Franklin's Toys

More than 120 unique creations are on display at Franklin’s Toys locations during the store's LEGO expo and contest. more

Our Minds Matter Honored By Governor’s Office On Service And Volunteerism

The awardees were selected through a competitive review process by a panel of distinguished community leaders and state representatives in charge of volunteer programs across Maryland. more

“Music For The Soul:” How A Small Service Project Grew Into An Impressive Research Study

Aarushi Negi's project originally involved just community service, but in her senior year, it began becoming more research-based. more

Area Youth Participate In Mission Trips

Several youth from Severna Park have spent part of their summers in the service of others. The teens, along with adult advisers from Severna Park churches, participated in mission trips to different … more

Local 9-Year-Old Shoots For The Stars

At the Senate aviation and space subcommittee meeting on July 9, Amelia Gillespie of Arnold met some of her heroes and let them know her plans to be the first woman on Mars. more

Former Jones Elementary Principal Is Just Getting Started

After 39 years in the field of education, including the last six as the principal of Jones Elementary School, Pat Keffer is retiring. But don't be fooled; she's not slowing down anytime soon. more

Former Falcon Fields Opportunity As Orioles Ball Girl

As a catcher for the 2018 Severna Park High School 4A state championship team, Abby Becker always had her eye on the ball. When she saw her chance to work for the Baltimore Orioles as a ball girl … more

Teen To Raise Money For JM Cure After Diagnosis

Today, Maddie is 19-years-old and entering her sophomore year at York College of Pennsylvania. After two years of regular treatments, she tries to remain positive and live life to the fullest, even if her life isn’t what she planned. more

AACPS Taps Multitalented Parents For Citizen Advisory Committee

A former science teacher, a university professor and an assistant superintendent of school operations will represent Severna Park and Broadneck the next two years on the executive panel of the … more

Orphan Grain Train's International Fest 2019 Has Special Focus On SP Family

On September 21, Orphan Grain Train will hold its annual International Fest fundraiser at its warehouse at 621 East-West Boulevard in Millersville. In addition to raising funds for OGT's worldwide … more

Board Of Education Approves $9.7 Million In Construction Contracts For Work At 30 Schools

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County recently approved more than $9.7 million in contracts for work at 30 schools across the county. more

Crossing Cultures: Severna Park Scouts Attend World Jamboree

With bands, drones and lasers, the West Virginia site of the 24th World Scout Jamboree was a welcome attraction to roughly 50,000 visitors from July 22 to August 2, but the main focus for Severna … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Round Bay Campers Assemble Blessing Bags For The Homeless

Photos by Dylan Roche As part of their camp activities on July 17, children at Round Bay Beach got to learn about ways they can help the less fortunate. Students heard from Khristine Smith, a … more

From Falcon To Terrapin: Reese Barrett Heads To UMD

She plans to major in electrical engineering with a minor in sustainability. more

Meghan Figueras Heads To University Of Notre Dame

Looking toward the future, Figueras wants to be a neonatologist and work with babies in the newborn intensive care unit. more

Kate Bray Leads The Way To University Of Michigan

“I would love to work side by side with doctors to improve medical equipment and their processes to make the world a safer place.” more
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