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Environmental Literacy Educator Is Involved Beyond The Classroom

Allison Davis, an English teacher at Broadneck High School, is making a huge impact on her community both in and outside of her school. more

Through Philanthropic Foundation, Katherine’s Light Shines On

Larry and Robin Sells founded Katherine’s Light Foundation, a nonprofit that exists to not only honor Katherine Mueller's memory but also generate funds for NET cancer research and benefit organizations that deal with education, awareness, treatments and support that will lead to potential cures and assistance for those facing cancer diagnoses. more

A League Of His Own

Not only was Jackson a first-round pick — selected No. 27 overall by the San Diego Padres in the 2021 MLB draft — but the 20-year-old made history this March as only the third player since 1965 to start in center field on opening day before the age of 21. more

New Adaptive Fitness Classes Offered At SPCC

The success of SEALS swimming led Shelly Beigel, director of programs and partnerships at SPCC, to think beyond the pool. more

Volunteer Of The Month

Mike West began volunteering in the ‘80s when he coached youth football and baseball in the Cape St. Claire leagues. more

HOPE For All Celebrates 20 Years Serving Anne Arundel County

The nonprofit has provided clothing and housewares to nearly 20,000 individuals in need. more

Take The Pledge For A Better Community For All

Bello Machre highlights Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. more

Arnold Pop Group JAGMAC Celebrates 10 Years With New Album “Ends Of The Earth”

The 16-song project, titled “Ends of the Earth,” is the pop band’s first full-length album. more

Tech Crew Parent Volunteer Helps Students Set The Stage For SPHS Productions

Trista Rassofsky has volunteered at SPHS since 2021, assisting the unseen, but vital, work of the tech crew in SPHS stage productions. more

Area Houses Of Worship Provide Winter Respite

Since 1992, churches and synagogues around the county have partnered with the Arundel House of Hope. more

A Name Game: The History Of Severna Park Streets

Have you ever wondered how Severna Park roads got their names? Many of them have a historical significance. more

Orphan Grain Train Offers Gifts Of Hope At Home And Abroad

The Maryland-based branch of the volunteer network Orphan Grain Train meets needs across the globe. more
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