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Literacy Council To Hold Fundraiser Walk-A-Thon On October 13

The Anne Arundel County Literacy Council (AACLC) will hold the third annual Literacy Lights the Way 5K walk-a-thon on Saturday, October 13, from 8:30am to 11:00am. The walk will take place on the … more

Café Mezzanotte Holds Community Partnership Night October 16

When patrons dine at Café Mezzanotte on October 16 from 4:00pm to close, the Services from the Heart Backpack Buddies program will receive 15 percent of all sales. Services from the Heart aims … more

Belvedere Yacht Club Earns Maryland Clean Marina Partner Award

Belvedere Yacht Club in Arnold recently passed inspection by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to earn the Maryland Clean Marina Partner Award. This brings the total number of … more

Weekend Events August 31 - September 3

Happy Friday, Severna Park! Well, with school starting on Tuesday, summer is officially coming to a close. Don’t get too sad yet! Here are a few fun activities you can enjoy over the long … more

Weekend Events August 24-26

As summer comes to a close, it’s time to soak up as much sun as possible and enjoy the end of the warm weather. To help you get out this weekend, we’re highlighting some activities … more

MD Trek 5 Makes A Stop In Severna Park

In early August, weatherman Justin Berk and his team of athletes made their way through Annapolis on a 329-mile, seven-day journey in which they hiked and biked from Wisp Ski Resort in Western … more

The Perseids Meteor Shower Promises Celestial Fun

Ever wished upon on a falling star? There will be multiple chances this week. The annual Perseid meteor shower is underway and will peak late on the evening of August 12 and in the wee hours of the … more

Earleigh Heights Considers Funding Options For New Station And Apparatus

Leasing Commercial Properties Could Bring In Necessary $8.5 Million Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company has been served well by its station since it was built more than a half-century … more

Severna Park Real Estate Market Is Puzzling

Low housing inventory, high demand and strong employment is typically a trifecta that results in rising home prices. But Severna Park has been confounding the market, exhibiting price depreciation … more

Chesapeake Bay Health Improves As Government Reduces Cleanup Enforcement

The Chesapeake Bay’s 2017 report card, which was released in July, delivered good news: The bay’s overall health improved in 2017. “We’ve seen tremendous … more

A History Of Summers In Severna Park

Known for its waterfront views and proximity to the state capital, Severna Park is a picturesque town. It’s composed of titled, identifiable neighborhoods with private and community beaches. … more

Hey, Kids! We Want To Hear Why Your Summer Was Amazing

Everyone says that kids these days are glued to their smartphones or tablets. But we at the Voice know better — and we’re pretty sure that if we ask, we’ll hear some pretty amazing … more

Green Hornets 16U Softball Coaches Get More Players On Deck

When Kelly Burke and Meredith McAlister were approached about leading Green Hornets teams, the proposition lobbed to them was anything but a softball. Long hours? The responsibility of … more

Editor’s Voice

And...we’re back! Did you miss us? Or did you not even notice we’ve been gone a couple of extra weeks beyond our usual four between issues? The extra time in the summer always gives us a … more

Operation Build A Reef Successfully Plants Oysters In Severn

The Severn River is now home to an additional 50 million juvenile oysters. On July 23, an overcast and rainy Monday, 76 people boarded Watermark Cruise’s Lady Sarah to watch the oyster … more

Rescheduled Shop Local Fun Festival Returns August 18

Rain may have delayed the date for this year’s Shop Local Fun Festival, but the festivities will still go on. On August 18 from noon to 4:00pm, members of the community can congregate at Park … more

Trinity Bible Church Celebrates 50th Anniversary

In 1968, the United States sent a manned spacecraft to orbit the moon, Senator Robert F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were assassinated, the Civil Rights Movement and Vietnam War were in … more

One Year Later, Stef Ripple Continues To Make Waves In The Community

At 36 years old, Stefanie Ashdown wasn’t supposed to get cancer. The Arnold mother of three had just run the Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon two months prior. When the diagnosis came in … more

Crab Crisis: An Update On The Crab Market

If it seems like you’ve been paying more for crabs lately, you’re not wrong. Over the last few years, the market price of both crabs and crab meat has increased incrementally. … more

Maryland Consumers Can Purchase Enhanced Underinsurance Coverage

We all maintain automobile insurance to protect our loved ones against the possibility of catastrophic injury caused by a careless driver. In Maryland, the minimal amount of liability insurance that … more
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