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Growing Seasons Greetings, "The Magic Of The Nutcracker"

By Dylan RocheFor two days in November, the rooms of Our Shepherd Lutheran Church were filled with holiday charm, beauty, and whimsy for “The Magic of the Nutcracker: A Standard Flower … more

Christmas, The Time To Prepare For Winter's Wrath

By Darrell MakWhile some hope this year’s warmer-than-normal temperatures will treat us to a mild winter, others will remember the recent record snowfalls and expect the … more

Orhan Omer Drives Chartwell Community Association Forward

Margueritte Mills Volunteer of the Month By Hayley GableSeverna Park resident Orhan Omer has always believed in rolling up his sleeves to lend a hand. So when he and his family moved to the … more

Find Online Coupons At SevernaParkVoice.com

By John SingletonIf you’re looking to save money at local retailers this Christmas season, be sure to visit the Severna Park Voice’s website at www.severnaparkvoice.com and click on the … more

GSPC To Unveil Survey

The Greater Severna Park Council (GSPC) will release a resident survey on the second Tuesday of January 2011. The survey, the first since 1992, was written by a committee of council members using the … more

GSPCC Holiday Trade Fair Kicks Off The Season

By Rochelle KarinaThe Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce Holiday Trade Fair is not your average venue. At an average event, attendees can expect to find bored looking people in business … more

Spalding Soars To Second Consecutive B Conference Title

By Kevin MurnaneArchbishop Spalding’s running back K.K. Smith took a “leap of faith” from the four-yard line and landed on the pylon in the corner of the end zone. Smith’s … more

Vitale Headed For General Assembly

By John SingletonAfter almost 11 years of service on the Anne Arundel County Council, Cathy Vitale is headed for a new challenge. On December 6, Dick Ladd will replace her as Chairman of the … more

Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa Comes To Severna Park

Oh the weather outside was… Delightful! Though it was a bit chilly, the night of the Severna Park Holiday Tree lighting was otherwise pleasant with no wind and no rain to … more

Non-Profit Knows How to Give Back

By John SingletonThe talent and generosity of Severna Park residents is documented on a regular basis in the Severna Park Voice. During the Christmas season those qualities are magnified by the … more

"Raising People Up" Is Jansen's Mission At The Emmaus Center

By Sharon Mager The Emmaus Center on Central Avenue in Glen Burnie is a haven for the world-weary needy. Some walk the streets, homeless and downtrodden; others have homes and families but just … more

Local Area Abounds With Christmas Services

By Hayley GableWith an array of religious services offered throughout nearly every neighborhood, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate the spiritual side of the holidays this season. Those … more

Trick Or Treat: Big Foot In Severna Park

  By John Singleton Civilization is fragile. The modest advancements enjoyed by suburban families often appear to hang in the balance. Bigfoot, real or imagined, is a reminder of the … more

Living Shoreline Brings Berrywood South To Life

 By Kevin Murnane The residents of Berrywood South had a decision to make with its decaying retaining wall in 2007. They could have rebuilt it and kept all the grasses they … more
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