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Carriages On West Street Returns Aug. 8

Corvette Annapolis is once again presenting the exclusive Corvette show, featuring top cars from 1953 to 2021. more

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. more

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. more

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. more

PHOTOS: Independence Day Parade

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

Communities, Businesses, Nonprofits Get Creative With Parade Float Designs

Whether the groups assemble their floats for months or simply days, a lot of work goes into the incredible floats that line the streets. more

Sponsors And Volunteers Made The Parade Possible

The annual Independence Day parade is a big effort that comes to fruition thanks to many sponsors and volunteers. more

Eddie Conway To Be Honored As Fourth Of July Parade Grand Marshal

The staff at Garry’s Grill have always been active in the community, but this year, Conway said, it became increasingly important. more

Earleigh Heights Carnival Returns

The carnival will run every night from 6:00pm to 11:00pm except July 4. more

Arnold Veteran Dedicated To Serving Community

Edgar Parker wants people to remember him for the good that he did. more

For Third Straight Year, County Budget Is Passed Along Party Lines

While the council's Republicans said the budget contained unsustainable growth, Pittman defended the budget as “thoughtful and deliberate.” more

SPCC Gala Honorees Are Dedicated To Founders’ Mission

Norris and Strange were both members of Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church when they became involved with the SPCC. more

Severn River Lions Club Celebrates 65th Anniversary

The club was launched by 26 men dedicated to serve the areas bounded by the Magothy River, Severn River, Routes 3 and 50, and Earleigh Heights Road. more

AACC Professor To Retire After 48 Years

“Valuing people and supporting people has always been part of my core values,” Don Orso said. more

Three RBSA Boats Compete In Annapolis To Newport 2021

The Annapolis to Newport (A2N) race is a challenging, salty, 475-mile race. more

How To Navigate Being Pulled Over By The Police

School’s out, summer jobs are starting, vacations are planned, and your teenager is on the road! Traveling to a new job or to explore new places is exciting; being pulled over by the police is … more

Does Spinach And Artichoke Dip Really Need Spinach And Artichokes?

Five ingredients. This was an easy choice or so I thought. more

Blue Crab Numbers Down But Population Remains Healthy

The winter dredge survey found that the blue crab population decreased from 405 million in 2020 to 282 million in 2021. more

Children’s Garden Dedication Brings Peace To The Stanleys And Other Families

The garden is dedicated in honor of Michael Stanley, who passed away in 2018. more

Details Revealed For July 5 Parade

The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce is planning this year's Independence Day parade. more
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