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Friends Of Mike Hackett Rally To Support ALS Research

Shonna Hackett 410-507-7399 Walk, mailed out 359 thank-yous to businesses and individual donors.  Overwhelmingly amazing!   more

Irene Is Coming And She's Not Behaving Like A Lady - How To Cope

  Guess what, there's a big hurricane coming! (As if anyone on the east coast hadn't heard.)  We've all been reading tips and words of advice, such as to stock up on … more

Nine Questions: Alison Asti

By John Singleton Circuit Court Judge Alison Asti was elected in November as the 12th judge on the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Asti, a former president of the Maryland State Bar … more

The Salvation Army Baltimore Area Boys And Girls Clubs Invite Supporters To Donate 'Pennies From Heaven' At JCPenny

Campaign Seeks Donations To Benefit Baltimore Youth JCPenney has launched a nationwide philanthropic campaign that invites customers to turn small change into “pennies from heaven” by … more

Hospice Hosting Volunteers Open House

Hospice of the Chesapeake will hold a Volunteer Information Night for prospective volunteers on Wednesday, August 17, from 7:00-9:00pm in their Annapolis Office at 445 Defense Highway. Staff and … more

Lost In The Fifties Car Club Cruises Into Marley Station Every Saturday Night

By Sharon Mager “Now that’s some thunder!” one mid-50s man laughed while he strolled through the parking lot at Marley Station Mall on a comfortable Saturday evening as a … more

Community Has Embraced Annual Burn Ride Fundraiser

By Darrell Mak In the end, it was all for the kids. Several years ago while on a trip to Myrtle Beach, SC, local business owner Tom Sylvester and other local businessmen sat around … more

Kiwanis Club Holds Flea Market And Craft Fair

Annual Earleigh Heights Carnival A Sign Of Summer

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Severna Park Chamber Makes The Park More Attractive

Linda Zahn, the CEO of the Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce, watches as a crew from KW Landscaping plants flowers at the corner of B&A Boulevard and McKinsey Road as part of the … more

Taking On The Appalachian Trail

By Rochelle Karina John Goepel is a Severna Park High School graduate who’s in the process of fulfilling a dream. Goepel is hiking the Appalachian Trail and he’s made it past mile … more

Fifty Years Later Chartwell Still Makes Par

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Jack's Place Café Opens At Big Vanilla

By John Singleton Roll out the red yoga mat - Jack’s Place is opening its doors at the Big Vanilla Athletic Club. The café will honor longtime Big Vanilla employee and Pasadena … more

Chairs Around The Park Raises Funds For Community Center

Auctioneers gaze at the decorated chairs up for bid during the second annual “Chairs and More Around the Park” event held in the Robert E. McCleary Student Center at Severn School. … more

Redistricting And Rezoning: A Primer

By Sharon Mager Redistricting and rezoning are terms we hear often and know are supposed to be important, but what exactly are they? Below is a short explanation of the terms and how they could … more

Severna Park Residents Kept Cool On The Fourth

Voice photographers headed out and about on the Fourth of July to see how Severna Park celebrated their evening after the parade! Check out some of our great community photos! Shipley’s … more

Editor's Voice

By Rochelle Karina This summer has produced record-breaking heat and humidity throughout the area, and despite the miserable weather, locals haven’t forgotten how to have fun. We’re … more

SPAN Volunteer Dedicates Time To Helping Those In Need

By Hayley Gable Manhattan Beach resident Barbara Troxel has always been passionate about helping others. Seven years ago, that passion led her to a volunteer position at Serving People … more

The Perseids Meteor Shower Promises Celestial Fun

By Sharon Mager Ever wished upon on a falling star? There will be multiple chances this week. The annual Perseid Meteor Shower is underway and will peak late on the evening of August 12 and … more

A Crosswalk For Kara?

Recent Tragedy Prompts Community Action By Ellen Kinsella Kara Micciche, a Broadneck High School student, had just turned 17 when her life was cut short in a heartbreaking accident. Her … more
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