Carriages On West Street Returns Aug. 8

Corvette Annapolis is once again presenting the exclusive Corvette show, featuring top cars from 1953 to 2021.
Library Club Spotlight: Anime & Manga Club
Currently, about eight to 10 regular members meet twice a month on Zoom.
Constituent Services Keeps Pace
While constituent cases can range from potholes to challenges contacting a department, there are some regular areas of concern.
Meet Your New Spicy Neighbor, Senor’s Chile Cantina
There's a lot to celebrate: a relaxed vibe, authentic décor, and some of the best Mexican food in the area.

Maryland’s Housing Market Continues Robust Sales Pace

Home sales in June reached 10,790, an increase of 24.2% over the previous year’s sales of 8,686.

Solley Cove Boat Ramp Provides Water Access For All County Residents

Offering access to Curtis Creek, the site includes a trailered boat ramp on one side and a kayak beach launch on the other side.

It’s Back! Independence Day Parade Brings The Community Together

The parade brought together neighbors, friends, nonprofit groups, businesses, pets and more for a patriotic display.

PHOTOS: Independence Day Parade

The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce's Independence Day parade gave the community a reason to rejoice.

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Field Hockey Players Prepare For The Upcoming Season

Severna Park Blue has proved their ability to not only play with organization and strategy but also with a true sense of comradery and on-field communication.

Former Falcons Make Special Memories As Terps Teammates

Josh Coffman and Chase Cope grew up together, from Benfield Elementary to Severna Park Middle to Severna Park High School.

Five Straight: Severna Park Boys Are Again Crowned Champions

The Falcons peaked at the right time for a 11-3 win over Catonsville.

Bruin Girls Capture Lacrosse State Championship

Broadneck’s brand of balanced play was on full display in the championship game.

Severna Park Boys Tie For Second In Track And Field State Championships

The competition was held June 18-19 at Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex in Landover.
Bulldog Schwinn & Sports Gets Families Back To Having Fun The store sells, services and rents bicycles, kayaks, and standup paddleboards and accessories. It also carries field hockey and lacrosse equipment.
Spring Arbor Offers Individualized Care Spring Arbor Senior Living has offered round-the-clock care and nurtured independence for all residents for six years.
Should You Be Worried About Inflation? How much inflation can the country afford before we’re in trouble?
School & Youth
Troop 918 Boy Scouts Beautify Lake Waterford Park The boys cleaned, raked leaves and mulched a section of Lake Waterford Park.
Bike Decorating Contest Gives The Whole Family A Chance To Participate This year, a group of children ages 2 through 11 put their decorating skills to the test.
SPHS Valedictorian Has Big Dreams Ryan Khan is attending the University of Maryland, College Park in the fall to double major in economics and math with a minor in Spanish.
Arts & Entertainment
New Fall Festival Announced: Art In The Park Presented By Jazz Beyond Borders The event will feature top-shelf jazz groups and fine art in the courtyard and interior of Cafe Mezzanotte.
Artist Brings Cicada Sculpture To Kinder Farm Park Severna Park’s Carolyn Fite knew she wanted to bring the art to Kinder Farm Park.
“In The Heights” Is A Top-Shelf Musical The film is moving, uplifting and an infectious summer hit.