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Check-Washing Cases Affect Severna Park Residents

In addition to fly traps, stolen keys are being used by some criminals to access post office boxes. more

River Associations Cite Slope Safety Issue In Newest Grievance Against Round Bay Development

A house fire on that hill could expose firefighters and Round Bay residents to danger, a letter said. more

McKinsey Park Gets New Flag

Thirty-two McKinsey Park residents witnessed a celebration of raising the flag on January 8. more

Petco Love Gives Grant To Operation Paws For Homes

To continue its support of Operation Paws for Homes, Petco Love has donated more than $6,000 to the nonprofit. more

Wild Family Golf Tournament Raises $20,000 For Students

The memorial scholarships honor Lance Corporals Eric Herzberg and Taylor Wild, both Severna Park High School graduates. more

Former County Sheriff Produces Capital Gazette Shooting Documentary

“Heroes of 888” chronicles the events of that day, and the circumstances leading up to it. more

The Rev. Terry Schoener Leaves Lasting Impact

The former pastor at Woods Church passed away from a lung disease on October 9. more

Israel-Hamas War Hits Home

From Arnold to Israel, communities have united to show solidarity. more

Giant Pumpkin Carving And A New Night Market This Friday In Annapolis

Starting around 10:00am, artists will arrive to start carving, and the public is invited to watch. more

Shoptoberfest Returns With A Twist

The Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce event returns October 21 from 11:00am-3:00pm. more

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

Grant, Community Collaboration Make Native Plant Garden Possible

The Bayside Bloomers Garden Club has beautified Our Shepherd Lutheran Church. more
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