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Editor’s Voice

Hear from Voice editor Dylan Roche. more

Chick-fil-A Crew Cleans Up Leelyn Drive

This effort was a part of Chick-fil-A’s efforts to give back to the community. more

Fishpaws Market Place And Homestead Gardens Team Up To Host Fundraiser Benefitting UM BWMC

Proceeds from the event will provide capital assistance to help fund services, programs and expansions to meet the changing health care needs of the community. more

Generation After Generation, Riverdale Residents Enjoy The Magic Of The Magothy

It’s possible to live your entire life in Severna Park or Pasadena and never know about Riverdale on the Magothy. more

Shop Local Festival Benefits Local Charities

The donations were part of the festival’s mission of celebrating everything local businesses do for the communities where they operate. more

Small Area Meetings For Severna Park And Broadneck Slated For June

The meeting for Broadneck will be held at Broadneck High School on June 6, and the meeting for the Severna Park area will be held at Severna Park High School on June 10. more

Jing Ying Plans Workshop In Las Vegas

June 30 through July 5 is the next training camp in Las Vegas with options for beginners to advanced students. more

SRA, ORP Launch Second Build A Reef Campaign

This year, the project is relying entirely on grassroots efforts. more

Fight For Phoebe Is Accepting Scholarship Applications

The nonprofit was formed in memory of Phoebe Jeong-hui Ward, who loved penguins and wanted to be a veterinarian. more

Orioles Advocates Challenger Baseball Program Lifts Up Local Youth

Lake Waterford Park in Pasadena hosted youth athletes with special needs from all across the county on Saturday, May 11, for opening day of Anne Arundel County Challenger Baseball. This opportunity … more

Raffle Fundraiser Benefits Ronald McDonald House

The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce (GSPACC) is selling raffle tickets for a playhouse that will be in the Fourth of July parade. The raffle winner gets the playhouse and the … more

The 27th Annual Annapolis Leukemia Cup Is Coming!

For more than 25 years, participants in the Leukemia Cup have been sailing, power-boating, paddling and partying in communities nationwide in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). … more

Local Pastor Donates Kidney

More than 20 years ago while at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Rev. Jeffrey Dauses, a pastor at St. Andrew by the Bay Catholic Church, was asked if he wanted to be an organ donor, to which he … more

Life Isn’t Fair

See what SPAN has coming up this summer. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Our Minds Matter Rally

Our Minds Matter, a student-led organization dedicated to destigmatizing mental health, held a rally on Saturday, May 18 to call for increased funding in public schools focused on mental health, more … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Burgers And Bands Rocks Severna Park Taphouse

Kelly Bell Band, Mac + Blue, ACDB and George Evans were just some of the bands and acoustic acts to take the stage during Burgers and Bands for Suicide Prevention at Severna Park Taphouse on May 19. more

Hospice Holds 11th Fashion For A Cause

Spend an evening surrounded by runway fashion and luxury cars while giving back to a good cause. You don’t even have to travel to New York or Los Angeles. more

Woods Church To Present “Requiem Reborn” Concert

The community is invited to a free concert, “Requiem Reborn,” at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church on Friday, May 17, at 7:00pm. The concert will feature the Woods adult choir, a full … more

Severn River Association Holds Annual Meeting

The special guest speaker will be Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman. more

Congratulate The Grad In Your Life With One Of Our Well-Wisher Ads

For a limited time, we are taking orders for the class of 2019 well-wisher ads in our June 1 edition. We will feature a special page with these advertisements (see the above example). This offer is … more
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