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Tips To Make Your Holiday Decorating Stand Out

For the upcoming holidays, follow the latest home decorating trends by grabbing a pair of nutcracker statues, woodland-themed paintings, square wreaths or golden lights, and prepare to rock around … more

Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival & Holiday Market: It’s A Sweet Destination

Annapolis has been enjoying chocolate for at least 270 years. A recent dive in the Maryland Gazette newspaper archives revealed an advertisement from December 1748 of chocolate being made and sold on … more

Presents Don’t Have To Be Material: Give The Gift Of An Experience

Material gifts and tangible items are often a big part of the holidays. However, the perfect gift might be something nonmaterial this year. more

Let Caterers Help You Host Your Holiday Gatherings

The holiday season is upon us. And that means plenty of family, friends and food. If you are hosting or you are planning meals, you may want to consider having them catered either partially or … more

Say Cheers To The Holidays With These Festive Drink Recommendations

“Eat, drink and be merry” is the mantra for the holidays. Local stores like Goska’s Liquors, Fishpaws Marketplace, Port Tack Wine & Spirits and Harbour Wine & Spirits have … more

Jamaican Mission Team Delivers Supplies, Support To Sister Parish

St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church sent a mission team to Jamaica from October 18–24. more

Golden Achievers: Pat Sajak

As the host of “Wheel of Fortune,” Pat Sajak presides over perhaps the world’s most expensive puzzle. more

The Road Less Traveled

Driving through parts of Anne Arundel County can produce the feeling of a roller-coaster jolt. Potholes make some streets aggravating to traverse and other streets potentially hazardous. more

Improvement Study On Ritchie Highway Raises Questions

Anne Arundel County collaborated with the state of Maryland for a feasibility study of Route 2, as well as Route 3 in Crofton, to find a way to alleviate the chokeholds that have caused backups for miles around them. more

Richard Carey Paves Way For Restoration Efforts In Magothy River

This month's Volunteer of the Month is Richard Carey of the Magothy River Association. more

Severna Park’s David Uy Directs Opening Of Chinese-American Museum In D.C.

Severna Park resident David Uy has taken on a new project of personal significance. Uy, a first-generation Chinese-American, is executive director of the Chinese American Museum, which is set to open … more

County Libraries Provide Wi-Fi Hotspots

AACPL branches are now offering portable WiFi hotspots. more

We Can’t Save The World, But We Can Improve It For Some

“At the end it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished. It’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better – it’s about what … more

Dark False Mussels Are Everywhere On The Severn River First

Updates from the Severn River Association more

The Enchanted Woodbridge Forest

This month's Neighborhood of the Month is Woodbridge Forest. more

Chartwell Golf And Country Club To Begin Renovation Projects

Chartwell Golf and Country Club has approved a multi-phase, 10-year capital plan to reinvest into the club and its many facilities. more

Second Annual Strike Out Colorectal Cancer Concert Takes Over Severna Park Lanes On November 18

The second annual Strike Out Colorectal Cancer event will be held on November 18 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at Severna Park Lanes. more

Holiday Happenings: Mark Your Calendars For Taste & Sip And Tree Lightings

Two of Severna Park’s most beloved holiday events are coming up in the weeks ahead. more

We Want Your Contributions To Our Holiday Gifts & Events Guide

For this year’s Holiday Guide, we’re seeking input from community members. more

Downs Park Group Celebrates 100th Patriotic Quilt Stitched For Veteran Patients Of Hospice

Downs Park Quilters celebrate 100 donations to Hospice of the Chesapeake. more
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