Chartridge Resident Achieves Ultrarunning Milestone

Justin Peake joined 140 fellow runners in belting out the national anthem at midnight in the mountains of Virginia on December 10, 2022.
Brad Dulin Has A Ball With Soccer Success
It was quite the haul of awards for Severna Park High School senior Brad Dulin, who played his first and only year of high school soccer in 2022 after playing club soccer his entire childhood.
Allstate Agent Alex Schwab Opens Severna Park Office
All roads lead to Allstate for Alex Schwab, but first he had to take the road less traveled.
Blind Severna Park Pianist Assists Library Of Congress
Tyler Shallue, a legally blind student with autism at Anne Arundel Community College, wants the world to know that nothing is impossible.

AACPS Addresses Bullying, Students Respond

The event followed recent videos that were made public.

Open For Business: What To Expect During 2023

Each year, the greater Severna Park area experiences changes in the form of new businesses. The demand for retail space in both Severna Park and Arnold continues to outpace the supply.

S(o)uper Bowl Coordinator Strives To Stock Food Pantries

Planning is well underway for the sixth annual Good Neighbors Group S(o)uper Bowl food drive.

Program Provides Relief For Homeless In Winter Months

Arundel House of Hope — in conjunction with dozens of churches throughout the county — provides shelter to homeless individuals through the Winter Relief program.

Student-Athlete Of The Month

Severna Park High School senior Abby Kavanagh is amazingly focused and driven.

Severna Park Girls Win Close Contest Over Broadneck

The visiting Falcons held off the Bruins to move to 11-3 on the season.

Bruins Dominate In Win Over Falcons

The Bruins created several turnovers and forced shots, holding Severna Park to three fourth-quarter points.

A N-ICE Record

Severna Park’s ice hockey team got off to an 8-1 start this season.

Former Falcon Breaks Field Hockey Records At Washington College

The accolades continue to roll in for former Severna Park High School field hockey player Kat Esposito.

Merrill Enjoys Hometown Return During Jersey Ceremony

Severna Park High School retired the jersey of its former record-setting shortstop and current San Diego Padres prospect Jackson Merrill.
The Severna Park restaurant offers authentic Mexican cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Doctors Karen Norman and Jaclyn Coyner, who worked in the optometry profession together for many years in the past, both joined Levin Eye Care this past November.
Other than hoping that good luck will be sent our way, there are a few things we can do to help guide ourselves toward a prosperous life.
School & Youth
After more than 40 years on air, Baltimore area schools can no longer participate on the TV game show “It’s Academic” after the region lost its TV sponsor.
One could say that Andrew Villwock, a history teacher and alumnus from Broadneck High School, was born into the teaching profession.
Severna Park residents Clare Donovan and Madeline Lancione want to raise $50,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Student Visionaries of the Year campaign.
Arts & Entertainment
If your schedule is overloaded and you know you've been dining out or eating too much fast food, here's an alternative: April's Table.
Step Afrika! will showcase the art of stepping with a high-energy, interactive performance at Maryland Hall on Saturday, January 28, at 7:00pm.
Mob Mental is an experimental hip-hop/alternative band composed of Severna Park High School senior Bennett Terhune and junior Lucas Cropper.

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