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To What Extent Does Oyster Harvesting Affect The Chesapeake Bay?

Oyster harvesting season started in October. As one of the county’s oldest traditions, oyster harvesting can be traced back for centuries. With so much attention focused on planting oysters in … more

Park Plaza To Hold Ladies Night On November 7

Park Plaza to hold Ladies Night on November 7. more

USS Sioux City Announces Commissioning Week Events

USS Sioux City to be commissioned in Annapolis on Saturday, November 17. more

How School Resource Officers Keep Students Safe

After having his back broken twice by drunk drivers while working patrol, Corporal Alex Swartz feels at home in Severna Park High School. The school resource officer (SRO) still combats the unknown … more

Severna Park Resident Aides Hurricane Florence Relief Effort

As soon as it was reported that Hurricane Florence was going to hit North Carolina, Severna Park resident Kevin Harris was prepared. “I was doing something else Saturday morning when I … more

FOKFP Anticipates Another Enormous Turnout For Fall Harvest Festival

Kinder Farm Park is gearing up for one of the most highly anticipated fall events in Anne Arundel County. The annual Fall Harvest Festival — held on Saturday, October 13, from 10:00am to 4:00pm … more

County Council Addresses Cannabis, Pre-Born Children, Plasma Centers And More

Editor’s Note: Some of the bills in this article were voted on after the Voice’s October edition went to print. Visit www.severnaparkvoice.com for updates. After its usual … more

All In The Same Boat: Annapolis Dragon Boat Club Connects Breast Cancer Survivors

An estimated 3,000 breast cancer survivors recently descended upon Florence, Italy, for an international competition. Of those survivors, 52 were from the Annapolis Dragon Boat Club. … more

Citizen Advisory Committee Will Advise County On Land Use

Seventeen Residents Will Represent The Citizens During Planning Talks During an Anne Arundel County listening session at Broadneck High School last fall, Mayo resident Michele Danoff stood … more

Nicki Fiocco Guides Others Out Of The Darkness

More than 1,200 people walked the track at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, and Nicki Fiocco finally relaxed. After spending months coordinating volunteers for the 2018 … more

Editor’s Voice

Let’s talk for a second about fear. Halloween is only a few weeks away, and as it gets closer, so many kids and kids-at-heart will be letting themselves get spooked out. Why? Maybe because they … more

Where To Get Your Fall Fix Around Severna Park

Do you feel that chill? Fall is officially underway! For many, the season means pumpkins, Halloween, Oktoberfest celebrations and more. No matter what the fall months mean to you, the Greater Severna … more

SPAN’s Turkey Trot 5K/1M Is Coming November 11 – Voted Best Family Activity Of The Year

OK, so we voted it best family activity ourselves, but don’t let that detract from the fact that it really is! If you love exercise and fresh air, love prizes and food, love Kinder Park, love … more

West Benfield Road To Close Oct. 8 For Shipley’s Dam Removal

Residents who live on or frequently pass by West Benfield Road might have noticed a new sign recently alerting them that the street will be closed between Pixie Drive and Severnside Drive for … more

Happy 104th Birthday, Edith Ramsay!

Edith Ramsay, a resident of Sunrise Senior Living in Severna Park, celebrated her 104th birthday on September 25, surrounded by family, friends and Sunrise staff, who all helped her blow out the 104 … more

Interest Continued To Grow In Kinder Farm Disc Golf Club

Second Annual Kinder Krusher Competition Was Held Sept. 23 Despite unsavory weather conditions, an array of disc golf players completed in the second annual Kinder Krusher disc golf … more

Beware Of The Dog

The young nurse was viciously attacked and bitten by a pair of unneutered, unspayed and unvaccinated pit bull mixes owned by her next-door neighbor in Millersville. The dogs had parented a recent … more

Give It A Twirl: Illusions Club Cultivates Young Skills

Baton twirling might not be a sport that gets the accolades of football or lacrosse, but it has many benefits, according to Theresa Ferree, assistant coach of the Arnold-based Illusions Twirl Club, … more

Wine On The Water Set For Oct. 21-22

What better way to enjoy a gorgeous day by the Chesapeake Bay than with dozens of area wineries, culinary artists and master artisans? Now in its fourth year, Wine On The Water offers a high-end, … more

Small But Connected Cypress Landing Is Perfect For Family Living

If you’re speeding south on Ritchie Highway, just past the intersection of Earleigh Heights and Route 2, you’ll probably miss the stately community of Cypress Landing. With just a single … more
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