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Fair Oaks Residents Bond Over Pool Events And Family Activities

Many of the games, sporting events, and parties are held around the pool and pavilion. more

Margueritte Mills Volunteer of the Month: Lynne Rockenbauch

SRA President Navigates The River Group’s Path To Public Awareness more

Community To Carry On Listorti’s Joy

The 25-year-old was described by many people as “the biggest personality in the room.” more

How Soup-erb: Tenth Crab Soup Cook-Off Expected To Be The Rotary’s Best Yet

This year’s event is set for Sunday, March 24, from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at Kurtz’s Beach. more

Hospital Treasures Salvaged By Orphan Grain Train

"It’s an absolute joy knowing we can give this equipment new life.” more

Department Of Recreation And Parks Recognizes Volunteers

A variety of volunteers were honored during a Department of Recreation and Parks awards ceremony. more

Kiwanis Club Collects Baby Supplies For County’s Needy

Several local businesses are now collecting supplies. more

Hospice Celebrates 40 Years Serving The Community

Known then as Arundel Hospice, the organization brought hospice care to Severna Park and the surrounding communities. more

WATCH: Operation Build A Reef

Roughly 11 million oysters were planted in the Severn River. more

SPAN – So Much More Than A Food Pantry!

SPAN does more than simply give food. more

Muckelbauer Receives Paul Harris Award From Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Lake Shore-Severna Park surprised Mark Muckelbauer with the Paul Harris Fellow recognition. more

Seventh Annual Zumbathon Is Coming To The Community Center

Get ready to dance — the seventh annual St. Jude’s Zumbathon is March 16. more

Anne Arundel County Implements New CivicReady Mass Notification System

The Anne Arundel County Office of Emergency Management has partnered with CivicReady to implement its new mass notification system, Alert Anne Arundel. more

PHOTO GALLERY: ClearShark H20 Brunch 2019

The annual ClearShark H20 Brunch was held at Two Rivers on February 24. more

County Council Strikes Down Immigration Resolutions

Both resolutions failed 4-3, with votes cast along party lines, but not before county officials spoke and 55 people testified during the public hearing. more

January Weather Serves As A Reminder Of AACPS’ Challenges In Closing Schools

The process begins around 3:00am, when AACPS personnel go out to assess the conditions of the roads. more

Chamber Of Commerce Installs New Board Members For 2019

The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce swore in its board of officers and directors for 2019. more

Editor’s Voice

Hear from Voice editor Dylan Roche. more

Intentional Development And Quiet Cul-De-Sacs Map Brittingham’s Charm

There are four “sections” in total, each consisting of extra wide streets and cul-de-sacs, sidewalks, and lot sizes of about an acre. more

Margueritte Mills Volunteer of the Month: Laura Nelson Volunteers With Winter Relief For 19th Year

Nelson helped bring the program to Woods 19 years ago, and she has stuck with it ever since. more
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