Bruins Maul Falcons In Football Tilt, 56-0

The 56-0 win marked head coach Rob Harris' 100th at the school.
How Free Play Creates Resilient Children
Young people are facing rising levels of anxiety, depression and loneliness.
Families Bring Awareness To Suicide
Warning: This story contains sensitive subject matter.
Bruins Field Hockey Races Past Southern
Broadneck rolled past Southern 9-1 to extend their winning streak to 25 games.
Retirement Living
The Modern Financial Advisor
LaBarge Financial is combining resources so it can become a one-stop shop for all retirement need.
Can The State Take My House?
The process of qualifying for medical assistance and how to plan in advance of a crisis starts with admission to a nursing home.
Fresh Trends In Luxury Senior Living
The number and variety of upscale retirement options is on the rise.

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Food Bank Launches Mobile Pantry To Expand Outreach

Between July 2022 and June 2023, AACFB’s total network of food pantries recorded 48,000 visits each month.

Walk The Walk Foundation Working To End Diaper Insecurity For Kids

The average cost of diapers has increased 32% since 2019, which negatively impacts household budgets.

Welcome To The Hall Of Fame: Part I

These individuals will be honored during a Severna Park home football game against Annapolis on September 14.

Drivers, Cyclists Adjust To B&A Trail And Robinson Road Intersection Signal System

A recent study shows that trail users are not using a new system often enough and drivers are confused by it.

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Lily Hayes

Hayes has juggled excellence in academics with excellence in three sports.

With Win Over Severna Park, Broadneck Field Hockey Keeps Rolling

The Bruins beat rival Severna Park, 5-2, on September 26.

Broadneck Volleyball Brushes Aside Glen Burnie

The Bruins overcame Glen Burnie with a 25-8, 25-12, 25-6 victory to get back in the win column.

Falcon Girls Stay Perfect With Win Over Broadneck

Freshman midfielder Izzy Burleson smashed her shot in off the goalpost to break the deadlock.

Severna Park Boys Soccer Edges Broadneck 2-1

The game was evenly matched for large stretches and largely contested within the dueling midfields.

Falcon Spikers Come Up Short Of Upsetting Arundel

An experienced Arundel volleyball squad outlasted Severna Park, dropping the Falcons to 2-2.

Bruins Withstand Meade’s Best Shot In Football, Move To 2-1

Faced with a stiff test from then-undefeated Meade, the Bruins prevailed 37-21.

Annapolis Blues Players From Severna Park Reflect On Inaugural Season

The club finished the regular season with the best record in the PSL’s Mid-Atlantic Conference.

Youth Rugby Recap

Fourteen rugby clubs participated and produced 73 teams across all age groups.
Himmel's Landscape and Garden Center has flourished in its first five years under Elizabeth Elliott's ownership.
A screened porch can offer the best of the indoor and outdoor worlds for homeowners.
Choosing a floor comes with multiple considerations, such as performance and aesthetic.
School & Youth
Nick Hoover was selected as a Chick-fil-A kid correspondent.
With kids on summer break in August, we spoke to Theater in the Park campers.
Margaret Abed is passionate about helping students discover joy for learning.
Arts & Entertainment
Guests at Severna Park Lanes can find a new and improved redemption center and arcade.
“A Haunting in Venice” appears to be a horror film, but is actually an adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel, "Halloween Party."
The Bohemian Black Festival celebrated the power of community, creativity, art and connection.

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