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Fighting For The Long Haul

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

Volunteer Strives To Improve Mental Health Around The Park

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

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. more

Friends In Need

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

Vote In Our Best Of Severna Park Contest Next Month

The official Best of Severna Park ballot will be printed in our February edition, and we will begin accepting votes immediately. more

A Reading Tour: Dawson’s Corner

Many merchants at the corner of B&A Boulevard and McKinsey Road have built businesses, but none as long-lasting as Clif Dawson’s store. more

Ardath M. Cade Scholarship Fund Serves Those Who Service The Community

Ardath Cade has spent nearly her entire career in public service. more

Local Businesses Band Together For Severna Park Plunge

Each hour, a business will take over the dunk tank in a friendly competition to raise money for Special Olympics Maryland. more

Lauren’s Law: New Home, New Baby

My husband and I had an offer accepted on a new house hours before our second daughter, Riley, was born. more

Severna Park People And Other Locals: Ye Are The Salt Of The Earth

Those who work at SPAN get inundated with gratitude from client families, but community donors deserve all the thanks. more

Puppy And Kitty, It’s Cold Outside!

If the temperatures feel too cold for you, it is probably too cold for your pet unless they are an arctic breed. more

COVID-19 And The Maryland Courts, Part 6

Courts have gone back to Phase II through at least March 14. Jury trials are suspended through April 23. more

County Executive Pittman Extends COVID Restrictions

Executive Order 41 permits outdoor “garden dome” seating for restaurants, allows limited sports practices, and more. more

Pittman Announces Budget Town Halls

The District 5 town hall is set for January 25 at 6:00pm. more

Severn River Lions Fruit Benefit Sale Set For January 16

Orders are due by Friday, January 8. more

Six Ways To Protect Your Mail And Packages

A few simple steps can help make sure the packages you send and receive this holiday season end up in the right hands. more

“Know Before You Throw” This Holiday Season

Anne Arundel County DPW offers digital tool, video to help residents learn proper waste and recycling disposal. more

Looking Back At 2020

The coronavirus made 2020 a tough year for many families, but there were some good moments. more

Temporary Stay Becomes Lifechanging Experience In Round Bay

Before the Griffin family moved to Round Bay last June, they had one condition. more

Chartridge Lights Up The Holidays

The Winter Wonderland is the main display, but the group also brings Santa Claus through the neighborhood in a sleigh on December 23. more
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