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Johnson Lumber Holds Golf Fundraiser For Cool Kids Campaign

The tournament raised $8,000 to support pediatric oncology patients and their families. more

Local Pantry Strives To Help Neighbors Out Of Poverty

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international organization founded in the 1800s to provide assistance to those in need. more

A Community Classic Returns

SPCC is hoping to provide a way for people to connect in “pleasant companionship with friends or associates” once again. more

Taylor Wild Golf Tourney Set For Nov. 7

The sixth annual “Forever Smiling” Taylor Wild Golf Tournament is set for Saturday, November 7. more

Blessing Of The Animals

From the comfort of their vehicles, pets were blessed by the Woods Church pastors on October 4. more

Community Groups Partner To Donate Produce And 1,000 Meals

Garry’s Grill & Catering, Hungry Harvest, the BWMC Foundation and Kiwanis Club of Severna Park distributed food and produce in Brooklyn on September 26. more

Man Creates Drive-Thru Food Distribution System

Richard Brooks and his wife set up a food distribution box in their flowerbed for people in need. more

SP Native Plans To Build Health Clinic In South Africa

Liv Romano is moving to South Africa to establish a public health clinic and to fight HIV/AIDS. more

Community Celebrates Former Arnold Elementary Educator’s 80th Birthday

About 50 cars drove by, filled with former students, members of her church, people from her sorority and other organizations, and even a live band. more

Garry’s Grill, Celebrity Chef Vic Vegas Partner For Charity Event

In addition to a themed menu, there will be a live auction, a DJ and the debut of the Garry’s Grill food truck. more

Teen Completes 110-Flight Challenge In Honor Of 9/11 Heroes

The challenge simulates the distance men and women climbed in the World Trade Center during their heroic effort to save lives. more

Opening A Business During A Pandemic

Clayton and Jennifer Chavis had spent more than 20 years as kitchen and bath designers, working up to January 2020 when they felt ready to leave their jobs to start Severna Park Kitchen & Bath in … more

Military Spotlight: Erik Schuh Returns From NATO Mission

A captain in the U.S. Air Force, Erik Schuh was assigned to the NATO Kosovo Force (KFOR) headquarters at Camp Film City in the capital of Pristina, Kosovo. more

Severna Park Residents Support Special Cause In 2020 CRAB Regatta

CRAB provides accessible sailing opportunities to people with disabilities, injured veterans and at-risk youth. more

Severna Park Natives Reel In White Marlin Open Victory

The team members knew that their best chance of winning was in the Small Boat Dolphin or Small Boat White Marlin categories. more

Pop-Up Pantry Meets Needs During COVID Crisis

The pop-up pantry has served more than 20,000 individuals (including 5,000 families) during the last few months, and the effort continues to grow. more

COVID-19 And The Maryland Courts: Part 4

From mid-March through June, all state courts were restricted to emergency operations and largely closed to the public and lawyers. more

Difficult Conversations With Your Aging Parents

I’s easy to dance around topics like moving to a senior care facility, giving up driving the car, eating better and staying safe. more

Food Pantry Reopens

The organization serves food and provides limited financial help with utilities and eviction. more

Common Causes Of Leaky Chimneys

When it comes to a leaky chimney, a handful of causes are usually to blame. more
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