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Severna Park Republican Women Host Annual Fashion Show

The fashion show and luncheon will be held Tuesday, May 21, at Chartwell Golf & Country Club. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Kinder Farm Park Hosts Meet The Kids 2019

On Saturday, May 11, the Friends of Kinder Farm Park hosted its annual Meet The Kids event where the community is invited to the park to meet all of the new baby animals. Baby animals included pigs, … more

Library Foundation Raises More Than $88,000

Total Represents 36% Increase Over Last Year more

Kinder Farm Park To Hold Annual Meet The Kids Event

Ahead of Meet the Kids, The Voice spoke with Gazelle, a goat who lives at Kinder Farm Park. more

Mother's Day Specials Around Town

Mother's Day is on Sunday -- yes, this Sunday. Here are a few places around Severna Park offering special menus for the occasion: more

AAC Parent Coalition And Our Minds Matter Outline Requests At Board Of Ed Meeting

At the Anne Arundel County Public Schools Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, May 1, the Anne Arundel County Parent Coalition (AACPC) and the student-formed initiative Our Minds Matter outlined … more

Pines On The Severn To Hold Plant Sale

The Pines on the Severn eighth annual spring plant sale will be held on Saturday, May 4, from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the playground (intersections of Severn Way and Ridgeway in Arnold). A rain date is … more

What Students Want You To Know About The Our Minds Matter Movement

On Wednesday, May 1, a crowd of students gathered at St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal Church at 6:00am and marched down Benfield Road to Severna Park High School to advocate awareness of and … more

Rise Up: Kyle Lowman Starts Nonprofit To Help Athletes Afford Prosthetic Limbs

A prosthetic leg can cost $5,000 to $50,000. Kyle is raising money by selling T-shirts and bumper stickers and by accepting donations. more

Maryland Lawmakers Push Long-Term Policies During 2019 Session

Republicans and Democrats alike worked to finalize a slew of bills before capping the 2019 session. Here are the biggest takeaways. more

Margueritte Mills Volunteer of the Month: Edie McGee

During the shows, McGee is backstage in the dressing room doing last-minute repairs and making sure that everyone gets onstage in time. more

Editor's Voice

Hear from Voice editor Dylan Roche. more

Millersville Pediatrician Provides Relief In Mozambique After Disastrous Cyclone Hits

More than 1.7 million people total were affected by the storm and more than 1,000 people have been confirmed dead. more

Letter To The Editor: In Response To Suicide Coverage

Thank you for your articles on Severna Park’s suicide problem. I would like to see more discussion of the role of sleep deprivation in teen mental health. It is well-known that teens who get … more

Pittman Previews Fiscal Year 2020 Budget

Days before sharing the full details of his budget, Pittman explained the county’s needs and his budget priorities in vague detail. more

Letter To The Editor: In Response To “Students And Parents Push For Culture Shift To End Severna Park’s Suicide Problem”

Teachers and administrators are held to a high level in Severna Park. They will not get away with ignoring what’s in front of their faces. more

Letter To The Editor: In Response To “The Pressure Is Real”

In times like these, it's critical for communities to come together to investigate what solutions might be available. more

Stunning Beach Views, Tranquil Streets Accentuate Cape Arthur Appeal

The community is anything but cookie-cutter and boasts one of the most spectacular beaches in all of Severna Park. more

Military Caregiver Nancy Kules Searches For “Hidden Heroes”

Nancy was chosen for the position by the Elizabeth Dole Foundation, which empowers, supports and honors U.S. military caregivers. more

Cyber Bullying And Harassment: Can The Law Catch Up With Technology?

High-profile cases of cyberbullying have been a news staple since the turn of the millennium. more
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