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JB’s Poised For May Opening

The sports bar will occupy the former space of Bill Bateman’s Bistro in Park Plaza shopping center. more

Giving SPHS Seniors A Night To Remember

A group of parents have gathered to give the Severna Park High School graduating class of 2021 a prom event to remember. more

Pittman Proposes FY22 Budget

Pittman touted the budget as a plan that strengthens the county’s fiscal health, while investing in public safety, education and other key needs. more

Rock ‘N’ Roll Volunteer Supports High School Theater

Kirsten Mummert started seeing live shows, especially community theater, as a way to bond with her daughter. more

SPCC Gala Honorees Are Dedicated To Founders’ Mission

Lee Marston and Joan Tiernan have become lifelong supporters of the SPCC. more

Businesses Partner To Recognize SPHS Senior Athletes

To recognize senior athletes, Chick-fil-A and Landmark Roofing partnered to pay for yard signs at the home of each senior. more

Katherine Mueller Proves Miracles Happen

The Severna Park native was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) in November 2018. more

Maryland’s 442nd Legislative Session Comes To A Close

The Maryland legislature wrapped up its annual 90-day session on April 12, passing some of the most comprehensive bills to come across the statehouse floor in recent history. more

Lighthouse Baptist Celebrates 20 Years

In 2001, the Arcand family moved to the Baltimore area to start Lighthouse Baptist Church. more

Culinary Mishaps A La Lauren’s Law

It was the third time I messed up instant mashed potatoes when I reflected on my horrific culinary skills. more

Rockin’ And Rollin’ - RBSA First Race Night

With an average windspeed of 22 knots and gusts of 30 to 35, Round Bay Sailing Association (RBSA) hosted its first race of the season on April 21. more

Woods Counseling & Care Center Launches Parenting Blog

The center has launched a parenting blog to be a resource regarding mental health and wellness for children and adolescents. more

Solley Cove Public Boat Ramp Adds Water Access

The new public boat ramp is on Curtis Creek across from the Coast Guard Yard. more

Understanding How Your Chimney Works

Whether we’re talking about water heaters, furnaces, boilers, fireplaces or wood stoves, all of these units operate off of a neutral pressure plane within your home. more

The Three Basic Rules For Surviving Divorce

Following these rules will help anyone contemplating divorce to survive and perhaps even thrive. more

Talk To The Experts At The Virtual Planet Walk

The 2021 B&A Trail Planet Walk is being held virtually on Saturday, May 8. more

Go Forth And Garden!

Spring is the most joyous season for me because it means I can enjoy sunny days while having my hands in the soil of a garden. more

County Files Suit To Protect Taxpayers From Damage Caused By Climate Change

The lawsuit cites the local effects of climate change, including the threats that sea level rise, flooding, and inundation pose to residents and homes. more

Indian Creek School Hosts On-Campus Vaccination Clinic

Soleil Pharmacy delivered 200 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. The clinic will return on May 13 to administer the second dose. more

"Best Of" Winners Accept Their Certificates

Business owners and staff from Severna Park, Arnold and Millersville received their Best Of award certificates in April. more
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