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“SPENT: The Hidden Cost Of Dementia” Airs On MPT November 21

The half-hour film examines the economic and emotional impacts of dementia on families and on society as a whole. more

Shop Local This Season To Support Your Community

By shopping local, customers are not only supporting their favorite businesses but also helping themselves. more

Anne Arundel County DPW To Residents: Don’t Let FOG Clog Our Holiday Flow

No matter how you plan to celebrate the holiday season, let’s work together to protect our county’s pipes. more

Fighting NET Cancer With Katherine

NETRF is trying to fund a research project in honor of Katherine Mueller. more

Pittman Announces COVID-19 Restrictions

Executive Order 37 limits social gatherings, youth athletics and indoor dining capacity. more

Lights On The Bay Brings Bright Displays To Annapolis

The event features a two-mile scenic drive along the Chesapeake Bay with approximately 70 animated and stationary displays illuminating the roadway. more

Earleigh Heights Volunteers Host Electric Vehicle Fire Training Workshop

Industry expert Robert Swaim presented the unique challenges associated with fighting fires in electric vehicles. more

Holiday Worship Services

Churches around Severna Park and the Broadneck peninsula are offering a variety of family, candlelight, pageant and even virtual services this year. more

SP Native Is First Female SUPT Graduate At Vance Selected To Fly The F-35 Lightning II

The F-35 requires the best that the Air Force has to offer, which is where Vander Kolk steps in. more

Midnight Madness In Annapolis

Families congregate to celebrate the holidays, eat and shop. more

A Reading Tour: History Of The Severna Park Railroad Station

The first half of the Boone Railroad Station was built in 1919 after Oscar Hatton, developer of Boone and Rolland Teel, raised funds for the structure. more

Couple Rids Streets Of Litter

For about 12 to 14 years, the Hilliards have walked from East West Boulevard to West Pasadena Road, picking up trash three times a week. more

Local Parks Offer Safe Haven During Pandemic

Parks have seen an increase in county residents who have never been to the parks and families from all over the state looking for something new. more

Community Activist Honored For Leadership In Fight For Equality

Emma Buchman was recognized on October 6 for her dedication to fighting for human and civil rights in the community. more

In The Spirit Of Giving

It’s that time of year when the shorter days and cooler temperatures remind us that the holidays are right around the corner. It’s also the time of year when local charities are ramping up holiday giving operations to provide for families in need. more

Military Spotlight: Earl Daff Surprised With Patriotic Birthday Party

Daff has volunteered with Operation Welcome Home since 2016. more

Gift Ideas From Around The Park

Businesses around Severna Park and Arnold have all the bases covered, from jewelry and candles to bikes and home appliances. more

Fall Celebrations

While many groups and organizations have canceled or postponed events, many have attempted to maintain normalcy and get creative. more

Holiday Entertainment Brings The Season To Life

Locals know that Annapolis Shakespeare Company can always be counted on to present top-notch entertainment any time of year — even during an especially stressful holiday season. more

Cape Resident Wins Ms. Veteran America Runner-Up

A 22-year veteran, Forrest entered the contest after reflecting on her military career. more
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