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Former Chief Of Staff Rejoins Anne Arundel County As Police Chief

Steuart Pittman chose Hyattsville Police Chief Amal Awad to take over the Anne Arundel County Police Department. more

Mark Gibson Left Lasting Imprint On Severna Park

The former Green Hornets football commissioner passed away in Texas on November 8. more

Teen Supports Food Pantries Through Pack-A-Pickup Food Drive

Brice Persico started Pack-A-Pickup, a community food drive with the goal of filling pickup trucks with food for local pantries. more

MSP Polar Bear Plunge Goes Virtual For Its 25th Year

SOMD is encouraging all plungers to send in their virtual plunge videos for a two-month-long competition. more

Anne Arundel County Enacts New COVID-19 Restrictions

These actions will be effective from December 16 through January 13. more

Jurmu Family Welcomes All To Celebrate 70th Anniversary

Greetings may be mailed or sent virtually, and a drive-by party is planned for January 6. more

Santa Is Coming To Town

The socially distanced event will feature photo opportunities and a drop box for letters to Santa. more

A Reading Tour: History Of 4 Riggs Avenue

You may not know it, but this building has quite a history. more

Community Mourns Loss Of Legendary Coach

McMurray was a physical education teacher in Anne Arundel County for 31 years. more

Woods Church Discusses “The Normal Of Now”

Equip yourself with coping strategies, and learn tips and tricks on how to assess yourself and your loved ones for wellness. more

When It’s Hard To Find Things To Be Grateful For

We all pray for life to get back to normal, but some families in our community are having trouble. more

A New Child Support Law Is Effective

These guidelines have lent much-needed uniformity to child support disputes. more

Lauren’s Law: Sports Edition

Along the way to these glory-filled moments, it’s only fitting that there would be numerous goofy or awkward instances for me. more

“Forever Smiling” Taylor Wild Golf Tournament Is True To Its Name

The tournament keeps alive the memory of William “Taylor” Wild IV, who was killed in a military training exercise in 2013. more

Year-End Opportunities

Opportunities were created this year that may have an immediate impact on those in retirement. more

Is A Reverse Mortgage Loan Right For Me?

A reverse mortgage is a loan for people at least 62 years old that converts equity into cash for many uses. more

Does Your Estate Plan Consider Long-Term Care Costs?

Creating an estate plan or a will is not the same as long-term care or Medicaid planning. more

How To Find The Right Senior Living Community

The earlier you begin your search for the perfect senior living community, the better equipped you’ll be when the time comes to make the move. more

Is A Revocable Living Trust Right For You?

Here are some of the most common misconceptions I hear about revocable living trusts. more

17th Century Historical Estate In Severna Park For Sale

The original house was built in 1840 when the estate was much larger and stretched as far north as Benfield Road. more
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