Surgeon Moonlights As A Blacksmith

Dr. Bruce Jarrell sees being a surgeon and a blacksmith as two halves of the same coin. “Surgery is a technical art as is metalworking, involving hand-eye coordination, being able to work on the fly and coming up with new solutions if something doesn’t work,” he said.
Students Get Creative With Young Authors Contest
These Severna Park and Arnold writers penned works about subjects from a variety of countries and time periods.
Spot Differences Between Allergies And COVID-19
With springtime upon us, many patients are starting to experience runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, cough and congestion.
SERVPRO Team Repairs Texas Homes
When Texas was ravaged by a winter storm, SERVPRO of Glen Burnie traveled to help.
Community

Good Food, Fun And Conversation: The Weekday Trucks Are Back

H2 Markets runs food truck events at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company on Tuesdays and at 8401 Veterans Highway in Millersville on Fridays.

SPCC Gala Honorees Are Dedicated To Founders’ Mission

Andy Borland and Carl Gutschick, have made their commitment long term, serving on committees and as members of the board of directors since 1998.

Kiwanis Member Is Dedicated To Helping Children

Rachel Jacobs' experience with the Key Club at Severna Park High School turned into a commitment with the Kiwanis Club.

The Votes Are Tallied: Here Are The 2021 "Best Of Severna Park" Winners

Each business must have a commercial address within Severna Park, Arnold or Millersville, and a nominee had to receive at least five votes to qualify.
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Sports

Severna Park’s Football Season Ends With Satisfying 34-14 Win Over Chesapeake

On April 16, the team overcame a few early miscues to look as sharp as they have all season.

Offense, Defense Fuel Falcons During 2-0 Start

After starting 2-0, the Falcons feel that they are finally building a winning culture.

SPHS Boys Soccer Gets Off To Sizzling Start

The Falcon boys varsity soccer team is taking the 2021 season in stride.

Girls Soccer Team Using 2021 Season As Opportunity To Improve

The Severna Park High School varsity girls soccer team opened the year with two tight contests.

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Siena DeCicco

Four-year starter Siena DeCicco is a hard worker and leads by example.
Business
Chamber Update As always, we urge you to support our small businesses in every way you can.
Cassilly Brothers Partner To Meet Tax And Financial Planning Needs Brothers Freddie and Patrick Cassilly knew growing up that they would eventually want to work for small businesses in their hometown community.
How The Stimulus Will Affect You I want to describe what this new bill means to you both from a positive and critical standpoint.
School & Youth
Severn School Students Raise $68,0000 To Fight Blood Cancers Lilly Hughes and Sage Christensen led a team of 10 Severn School students who raised $68,000 for LLS.
Girl Scout Provides Allergy-Safe Foods For Families In Need Severna Park Teen Food Allergy Support and Advocacy is working to collect donations for food-allergic people in need.
Question Of The Month: St. John The Evangelist Students from St. John the Evangelist School answered the question: If you could be any animal, what would you be?
Arts & Entertainment
Patrick Dougherty Nature Sculpture Comes To Annapolis Maryland Hall will host renowned environmental artist Patrick Dougherty to create a Stickwork sculptural installation this May.
Podcaster Interviews Carole Baskin Ben Gardner, a lifelong Severna Park resident and full-time salesman, is the host of the TOTs podcast, which stands for “thoughts on things.”
Mi Pueblo II Is Magnifico Food critic Mary Cobbler dishes out the details on the "botana mixta," burrito norteno and camarones Yucatecos.