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Night Of Double Tree Lightings Means It’s Officially Christmas Season

There’s some debate about when the Christmas season actually starts. Is it the Friday after Thanksgiving? The first Sunday of Advent? Maybe it has to be December 1? more

PIC Celebrates 25 Years While Planning For Future

Twenty-five years ago, friends Barbara Huston, Maureen Cavaiola and Sandy O’Connor wondered what support their parents would need as they aged. Together, gathered around a kitchen table, they founded Partners In Care (PIC). more

Power To The People: New County Executive Steuart Pittman Pledges To Make Government More Collaborative

Pittman, a Davidsonville farmer and father of three, won the county executive’s race with 52.3 percent of the vote. more

Given A Second Chance, Amanda Fiedler Found A Bigger Purpose

Amanda Fiedler almost didn’t live to see the day when she would become the next county council representative for District 5. more

Barbara Buchleitner Brings Holiday Cheer To Kinder Farm Park

Do you hear those sleigh bells jingling? The sound might be coming from Kinder Farm Park’s Jingle Bell Hayride. more

Editor’s Voice

What is it that makes you feel as if it’s officially the holiday season? more

Former Workforce Housing Site Might Become The Sheridan At Severna Park

Several senior living options exist in Severna Park, but the team of Kaufman Jacobs and Senior Lifestyle believes there is room for one more. more

Blast From The Past

The Voice staff is looking back at stories covered in past years to bring you an update. This month, we revisited articles on a community holiday drive and a young Michael Jackson impersonator. more

Fourth Annual Taylor Wild Memorial Golf Tournament Was A Huge Success

In November, the fourth annual Taylor Wild Memorial Golf Tournament was held at Compass Pointe Golf Course in Pasadena. more

Community Events Keep Stewart’s Landing Residents Active Year-Round

How has a community of 261 houses, 20 of them on Old Man Creek of the Magothy, been able to fly under the radar since 1984? more

Collaborative Law And Divorce

Collaborative law is gaining in popularity, particularly as a means to resolve family law disputes. more

Severna Park Boys Win Medals At Thanksgiving Throwdown

Residents of Severna Park and Gambrills were medal winners at the The Good Fight Thanksgiving Throwdown submission-only jiu-jitsu tournament in Millersville on November 10. more

Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Club Happenings

An update from the Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Club. more

Nonprofit Group Orphan Grain Train Celebrates “Lights For The Holidays”

Orphan Grain Train recently sent two box trucks of supplies to people in the Carolinas who were impacted by Hurricane Florence. more

A Look Back At 2018

Let’s take a look back at the past four seasons and what everyone was talking about at the time. more

Elves For Elders: Cheery Volunteers Stuff Stockings For Seniors

Typically when we think of the magic of Christmas, we picture the joyous faces of children, but what about those on the opposite end of the spectrum? For some seniors, the holidays can be lonely. more

The Batmen Defeat The Stingers In Senior Softball Final

The championship of the Anne Arundel County Senior Softball Association’s Tuesday night league was decided on the last week of the season when the Batmen, sponsored by Pappas Restaurant & … more

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Local Hockey Team Tours U.S. Aircraft Carrier

In November, though, the Navy Youth Hockey Association's Midget (under 16) team was in the Norfolk area for a two-game series against the Hampton Roads Whalers, and while in town, they received a private tour of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72). more

For Some Families, The Holidays Bring Added Anxiety

Thanks to SPAN’s Holiday Caring program and its many generous donors, SPAN was able to provide Thanksgiving dinners – and will be able to provide Christmas dinners and gifts – to several hundred local families in need. more

Woods Church Goes “Native”

Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church is going “native.” The Woods Gardeners applied for and received a grant from Unity Gardens for $1,000 to plant native plants on their property. more
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