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Back To The Drawing Board: CSEG Proposes Chesapeake Park Concept For Crownsville Hospital Site

With direction from Bayhawks owner and general manager Brendan Kelly, Burdett and his team noted the community’s feedback and revised the concept, which is now called Chesapeake Park. more

Stunning Beach Views, Tranquil Streets Accentuate Cape Arthur Appeal

The community is anything but cookie-cutter and boasts one of the most spectacular beaches in all of Severna Park. more

Students And Parents Push For Culture Shift To End Severna Park’s Suicide Problem

So, does this pressure come from the parents, the school system, or the students themselves? Regardless of where it starts, all parties agree they need to work to absolve it. more

FY2020 Budget Sets “A New Normal”

County Council Approves Plan Raising Taxes While Adding Teachers And Public Safety Personnel more

Dogwood Residents Remain In Uncertainty About The Future Of Their Homes

Over the course of the past year, the residents of Dogwood have been waiting on official word that they need to move. more

Severna Park Community Lends A Helping Hand To Moose

For years, Severna Park residents have passed by the friendly and unassuming man who frequents park benches and stores in the community’s central corridor. They often have questions. Who is the man? Does he need shelter? more

Shop Local This Holiday Season At The Providence Center

The Gifts That Give Shop Helps Support The Providence Center And Its Mission   Are you looking for local and handmade gifts this holiday season? The Providence … more

Saddle Up For Maryland Therapeutic Riding’s Derby Day Benefit

Maryland Therapeutic Riding (MTR), a nonprofit organization geared toward improving the lives of children, wounded warriors and adults with special needs through equine-based therapies and … more

Editor’s Voice

February is a significant month here at the Severna Park Voice. It marks the start of our annual Best of Severna Park contest, which runs for the next few months and always brings out the enthusiasm … more

Annual Meeting Recognizes Trail Volunteers And Highlights Upcoming Projects

“You’d be surprised how many trails are in the state of Maryland; we’re fast approaching a network of trails,” Steve Carr, former trails coordinator for the Maryland … more

It's Not That Easy, Because I Like You A Lot

With Valentine’s Day upon us, love is in the air. We asked readers to share their stories of how they met their significant other – whether it was love at first sight, sweet and romantic, … more

Schuh Reflects On First Months As County Executive

One week after County Executive Steve Schuh took the oath of office and set up shop on the fourth floor of the Arundel Center, he called an all-hands-on-deck meeting of his cabinet to lay out his … more

Yoga And Happy Hour Fundraiser To Fight MS Planned For May 9

Severna Park community members are invited to unwind and help one of their own, Nancy Rashidi, in her battle against multiple sclerosis at a combined yoga session and happy hour planned for Friday, … more

Say Cheers To The Holidays With These Festive Drink Recommendations

“Eat, drink and be merry” is the mantra for the holidays. Local stores like Goska’s Liquors, Fishpaws Marketplace, Port Tack Wine & Spirits and Harbour Wine & Spirits have … more

Kiwanis Club Collects Baby Supplies For County’s Needy

Several local businesses are now collecting supplies. more

Talk Saves Lives – What’s That?

The Maryland chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is coming to Anne Arundel County with two installments of the presentation Talk Saves Lives. The first, set for Wednesday, April … more

GSPACC Installs Board For 2017

The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce held its annual installation ceremony and dinner on the evening of January 25 at Chartwell Golf and Country Club, where the chamber … more

A Look At The Precolonial Culture Of The Chesapeake

The story goes that the first Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Puritan pilgrims at Plymouth after a long but successful agricultural season, in which these settlers in the New World had been … more

Kinder Kick-Off Disc Golf Tournament Aides Course Improvements

The recently redesigned Kinder Farm Park disc golf course was the site of the Kinder Kick-Off earlier this summer, when disc golfers from across the region showed off their skills and shared laughter … more

Harry Rodgers Passes

Harry B. Rodgers Jr. passed away on April 1 at the age of 58. He was born on January 19, 1958, in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and grew up in Severna Park. After graduating from Severna Park High … more
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