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Preschool Founder And Former Director Pat Miller Dies

Pat founded and directed a preschool for 3- and 4-year-olds at Severna Park United Methodist Church. more

Severna Park Loses An Icon, Lil Shelton

The head coach of Severna Park field hockey from 1975 to 2011, Shelton led the Falcons to 20 state championships. more

Volunteer Coordinates Community Service

In 2006, Julie Shay founded Good Neighbors Group (GNG) to demonstrate that one person can make a huge difference in the community. more

Know Your Roads: Green Means Co.

Green signs indicate roads that the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works (DPW) has the authority to maintain. more

Restaurants Fight For Survival Amid Lockdown

The human cost of county restrictions has motivated entrepreneurs to resist in a multitude of ways. more

ACAN Uses CARES Act Funds To Help Even More Families Needing Emergency Food Relief

ACAN provides nutritious food delivered in a respectful and dignified manner. more

Garry’s Grill, Other Businesses Partner To Raise $35,000 During Plunge Fundraiser

“It was great to see that people understood that the plunge is more than a party at Sandy Point." more

Sheriff Starts Safe Surrender Program

The initiative is expected to make warrant service safer and improve transparency through public access to information. more

Unity Bands Supports COVID-19 Response And Research

The idea for Unity Bands came to founder John Schirrippa in March 2020 as stay-at-home orders started going into place. more

Library Marks Black History Month With Series Of Virtual Programs

Registration is required for each program and begins two weeks before the event. All programs will be held on Zoom. more

AAUW Announces Scholarships For Anne Arundel County Women

The American Association of University Women is offering two scholarships as part of its mission to promote education and equality for women. more

Vote For The Best Of Severna Park

Which businesses, restaurants, services and venues in Greater Severna Park have become your favorites? more

Donate In Memory Of Wendi Winters And Support Children Fighting Cancer

The coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented, but the need for blood remains. more

Matchmaking, Lauren’s Law Style

While we all love a good love story, here are some moments where it was a rom com without the romance. more

EHVFC Plans Bull And Oyster Roast

On March 13 from 1:00pm to 8:00pm, the fire department will have a drive-thru bull and oyster roast. more

The Constitutional Right To A Jury Trial, The McDonald’s Coffee Case And “Tort Reform”

I find myself too often on the defensive when discussing our tort system and how we compensate the victims of negligence. more

Four Rivers Garden Club Grant Supports Native Habitat For Baltimore Checkerspot Butterfly

Four Rivers is accepting grant applications until March 15 for the 2021 project year. more

Ben Oaks Community Takes The Plunge

Ben Oaks neighbors rallied at their community beach to support Special Olympics athletes on January 30 at noon. Photos courtesy of James Kegley Photography. more

To Spread Love This Month, Look Local

What better way to celebrate Cupid’s birthday than to shop or eat local? more

County Executive Pittman Loosens Capacity Limit Restrictions as COVID Case Rate Declines

Under the new order, establishments that were previously limited to 25 percent may now open at 50 percent of maximum capacity. more
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