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Partners In Care Hosts Ninth Annual Jewelry Extravaganza

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Renovations Begin On Truxal Library At AACC

By Darrell MakThe first phase of a long-awaited $21.3 million renovation project to the Truxal Library on Anne Arundel Community College’s main campus kicked off last month as services in … more

Have You Seen Us Online?

By Rochelle KarinaHave you visited the Severna Park Voice website recently? The front page still includes some of the favorite features everyone is used to seeing like the slide show, and we’ve … more

Editor's Voice

By Rochelle KarinaAmid all the hectic schedules, the expanding website, launching a new site for our sister publication in Pasadena, getting our digital and social media campaigns running smoothly … more

Pasadena Chik-fil-A Awards First 100 Customers

By Hayley GableDriving along Jumpers Hole Road and Ritchie Highway in Pasadena anytime during March 30 or 31, it would be difficult to miss the commotion. Well over 250 people, along with their … more

Severna Park Home To Successful Models

By John Singleton It happened on a routine family vacation to New York City. A stranger began to follow Severna Park residents John and Anne Dannenberger and their three daughters. When they … more

Jack Lucas Lived Life The Right Way, Every Day

By John Singleton Jack Lucas and Joanne Paxson of Pasadena were engaged on Valentine’s Day. They were married a few months later on July 6, 2002 in the chapel at Spalding High School. … more

Creatures Of The Chesapeake

By John SingletonOver 100 million years ago, the dinosaur Astrodon roamed the swamps of Maryland. Fossil remains have been discovered in Arundel Clay, a sedimentary, rock formation only a few … more

Large Crowd At Rita's Signals Springtime In Severna Park

By Molly McCarthy,SPHS InternIce, custard, happiness! On February 25, for the fifth straight season, Rita’s Italian Ice opened its doors to the Severna Park community to deliver just that. … more

Severna Park Post Office Leaves Behind Long History

By Darrell MakAnother chapter of the Severna Park Post Office quietly came to a close on February 14 when the post office shut its doors for good at its facility on Baltimore & Annapolis … more

AACC Expansion Plans Shift Into High Gear

By Darrell MakYet another round of construction will be kicking off at Anne Arundel Community College to alleviate space constraints at the Arnold campus, as the school’s enrollment numbers … more

Editor's Voice

By Rochelle KarinaThere is no denying that this month Severna Park is caught up in Rock ‘n’ Roll Revival fever. The annual show draws huge crowds of loyal followers and regularly sells out … more

ASPIRE Holds Annual Leadership Awards Dinner

By Rochelle KarinaPreserving our past, celebrating our present and planning our future: It’s the mission of ASPIRE – the Association for Severna Park Improvement Renewal and … more

Olde Severna Park Hosts Annual Oyster Roast

The oysters didn’t stand a chance at the 10th annual Charlie Bangert Memorial Oyster Roast held at the Olde Severna Park community beach in late February. A beach fire helped take … more

After Three Decades, Susan Nolte Continues Giving Back

  By Hayley GableWith the number of volunteer programs and array of organizations Severna Park resident Susan Nolte has dedicated herself to over the past 34 years, it comes as no surprise … more

Eric Willner Advances To State Boys Tour Choir

By Holly Brook CottonBenfield Elementary School fifth grader Eric Willner was recently accepted into the Maryland State Boy Choir for his harmonious vocal talents.“This is what I was born … more

Still Time To Vote For "Best Of Severna Park"

We need your vote!The ballot appeared in last month’s issue of The Severna Park Voice and if you haven’t cast your vote yet take a moment to fill one out and let us know which businesses … more

Winter Storm Takes Its Toll On The Park

A downed tree, which undoubtedly fell from the weight of the heavy, wet snow that fell during recent storms, leans on power lines along Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard in Arnold. The storm caused … more

The Cold And Snow Couldn't Stop The Plunge!

Local Residents Dove Into The Bay To Support Special Olympics By Jennifer BeegleTaking the Plunge can leave you with thrills and chills. This was especially true for the 12,000 people who … more

Maryland Senior Idol Competition To Kick Off

Anne Arundel County seniors age 60 and older, who have not sung for a living, are invited to enter the fifth annual Maryland Senior Idol Vocal Competition and Benefit. This event will recognize top … more
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