Family Movie Night Now Has A Tasteful Venue

Garry’s Grill’s owner Eddie Conway has always asked his employees to be creative and come up with ideas to enhance the dining experience at his Severna Park restaurant.
Rockwell Fitness Builds On Strong Foundation
The Rockwell staff has adapted to safety and health protocols to make members feel comfortable.
Civil Emergency Powers: Lessons Learned
Understand the history behind the civil emergency powers law, how often it has been used, and why.
AACPL Celebrates 100 Years Of Reading
From lending books and providing internet, to providing a meeting place, the AACPL has been an important part of the community.
Community

Fighting For The Long Haul

UM BWMC program helps patients facing long-term COVID symptoms.

Volunteer Strives To Improve Mental Health Around The Park

Anastassia Vangraefschepe assists Burgers and Bands with everything from organizing volunteers to basic planning.

An Unprecedented Year Shakes Up The Maryland General Assembly

Public hearings and testimonies have been limited as the legislature switches to live-streamed committees to prevent the spread of the virus.

Friends In Need

Bkind Gives has grown exponentially since its creation in March 2018.
Voice Values

Request an advertising quote. Give us a call at 410-647-9400 or fill out the form below.

Sports

Recruiting Advice From NCSA, AACPS

During a video info session, Next College Student Athlete provided information on how the pandemic has changed college recruiting for athletes.

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Grace Frankl

Grace Frankl excelled with her play as a defender on the field and her leadership off the field.

Vipers Win Columbia Fall Classic

The Green Hornets U19 select boys soccer team won the tournament in Howard County on the weekend of November 13-15.

SPHS Athletes Sign Letters Of Intent

Meet the student-athletes who are taking their athletic skills to the next level.

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Mason Keegan

Keegan played running back on most of his team’s offensive snaps and outside linebacker on most defensive plays.
Business
Chamber Update On December 1, we held a virtual general membership meeting to elect the 2021 board of directors, and I am so excited to announce our 2021 slate.
Why Now Is The Best Time To Consider A Roth IRA It is now time to shift things into our control. What we can control is what we do with our money.
Severna Park Duo Takes Aim And Hits “Bullseye” Severna Park natives, Taylor Adams and Dan Kamenetz, are overcoming the odds and getting started on their dream by creating a new company: Bullseye Sriracha.
School & Youth
SPHS Prepares For Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival XXXII: British Invasion The event will feature songs from the Rolling Stones, Queen, the Beatles, the Kinks and many more of the “greats.”
Teachers Recognized For Excellence In Education Meet the Teacher of the Year semifinalists at Severna Park and Arnold schools.
St. Martin’s-In-The-Field Student Actors Perform In “The Nutcracker” Maddy McKinty and Colin Bixby found community, friendship and fun through Chesapeake Ballet Company’s production of “The Nutcracker.”
Arts & Entertainment
Tradition Of Authentic Italian Food Continues At Bella Napoli Whether you're craving a homemade pizza, pasta, fresh seafood or stuffed subs, you can get your fix at Bella Napoli.
“Sound Of Metal” Is A Moving Experience Darius Marder’s “Sound of Metal” is one of the newest films released as an Amazon original.
Heart Of Ink Hits Online Retailers Millersville native resident Coral Hahn has released a 98-page poetry collection, “A Heart of Ink: A Journey From Darkness to Understanding.”