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AACC Professor Tapped For Environmental Award

A trip to the Peruvian Amazon changed Susan Lamont's thoughts on how to make a positive impact. more

Madhouse Of Horrors

This year’s attraction runs for 13 nights, mostly on weekends, starting October 6. more

Unity Bands Continues Support Of Health Care Workers

John Schirrippa launched the nonprofit three days before COVID vaccines were offered to frontline workers. more

Families Bring Awareness To Suicide

Warning: This story contains sensitive subject matter. more

Event Of The Month: Round Bay Carnival

For 104 years, Round Bay has held an annual carnival exclusive to residents. more

Anne Arundel County’s Emergency Operations Center Works In The Shadows

September is National Preparedness Month. more

A Pioneer In The Ice Cream Industry

Lionel Manuel Hendler not only changed the ice cream industry, but he also contributed to a popular destination in Severna Park. more

Commissioner Keeps Green Hornets On Track

Elizabeth Nabors credits her predecessors for creating the foundation for a successful program. more

Gerst Honored With Grand Marshal Billing For July 4 Parade

Faith, hard work, family, friends, cars and philanthropy are Wayne Gerst’s priorities. more

Bicycling Advocate Brings Trishaw To The Trail

Patrons of the B&A Trail might share the popular path with an unfamiliar set of wheels this year. more

Nonprofit Founded By Severna Park Grad Provides Baby Essentials

Lindsay Gill is a 2002 graduate of Severna Park High School and the founder of a nonprofit that’s designed to assist families with free and easy access to basic baby essentials. more

Mission Trip To Provide Medical Supplies To Ukraine War Victims

While most people are planning their vacations, Arnold resident James Screven is planning his mission trip to Ukraine. more
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