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State Highway Administration Continues Ramp Management Project Along US 50/US 301

Temporary ramp closure begins May 17. more

Ellie’s Bus To Fundraise With The Baysox

Ellie’s Bus spreads awareness of mental health issues and suicide prevention to teenagers. more

Park Music Scene Expands With Parris Underground

Parris Underground, a new music venue catering to all ages and genres, opened in Severna Park this spring. more

Severna Park’s Michael Costa Dishes Mediterranean Fare As Concept Chef At Renowned D.C. Restaurant

Severna Park resident Michael Costa is concept chef for esteemed Washington, D.C. restaurant, Zaytinya. more

Broadneck Parents Make Prom Breakfast Possible

Liliane Corwin and Marisa Sherman are the co-chairs of this year’s Broadneck prom breakfast. more

Severna Park Farmers Market Returns With Farm-Fresh Provisions, Locally Crafted Wares

The Severna Park Farmers Market’s 2024 season kicked off on April 27, and it will run every Saturday from 8:00am-noon through October 27. more

Inaugural Pickleball Tournament To Benefit Critically Ill Kids

The PutAway Severna Park is hosting the Casey Cares Paddle Up for a Purpose Pickleball Tournament on May 11 from 5:00pm-9:30pm. more

Zumbathon For St. Jude

This year’s St. Jude Zumbathon is set for June 9 from 10:00am-12:30pm at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company. more

Walk The Walk Foundation Participates In World’s Largest Diaper Drive

Walk the Walk Foundation provides free diapers to low-income families in Anne Arundel County while raising awareness of the essential health need for diapers. more

Community Invited To Earleigh Heights Open House

Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company will host an open house on May 11 from noon-3:00pm. more

Come Take A Walk In Kinder Farm Park

Volksmarching, or noncompetitive fitness walking, is a wonderful way to discover historical and quaint places in Maryland at a slower pace. more

Broadneck Elks Support Providence Center

The Broadneck Elks 2608 presented a check for $1,000 to the Arnold Providence Center in support of its pottery production business. more
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