January 23, 2018
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  • Come In, We’re OpenExclusive

    Your Favorite Waterfront Establishments Are Open Year-Round
    Your boat is winterized, the water is frozen over and your winter coat is now an everyday essential.
    But you don’t have to wait until the summer months to enjoy waterfront dining. These Anne Arundel County restaurants are open for...
  • Holiday Spirits Brighten At Severna Park’s Tree Lighting Celebrations

    When is the appropriate time to get in the holiday spirit? The day after Thanksgiving, maybe?
    In Severna Park, it’s always the first Friday in December.
    This year, December 1 brought an undeniable start to the holiday season with back-to-back celebrations at the office of the Greater...
  • Severna Park Unified Tennis Ends Season With State Championship

    The Severna Park unified tennis program capped its fall season with a winning performance at the Maryland State Unified Tennis Championships at Towson University on November 1.
    The team of Lauren Brannen, Caitlyn Chew, Katie Currie, Callie Davis, Colin Dennis, Ian Dennis, Briana De Rosa, Elisabeth...
  • Severna Park-Area Players Honored With Buzz Platt Award

    Every year the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association presents the Buzz Platt Player Award to a select group of 13U players. One 13U player from each organization receives the award, which is named after the founder of the AAYFA, in recognition of his excellence in play, character and...
  • Elvaton Girls Rally For County Championship

    For the third time in four years, the Elvaton girls soccer players are county champions.
    Elvaton’s U15 girls soccer team overcame a 2-2 start to go unbeaten in its next six games, avenging both losses and finishing the year atop the league with a 7-2-1 record.
    Elvaton’s defense was...
  • Green Hornets Cheerleaders Cap Successful Fall Season

    It was a successful fall season for the Green Hornets cheerleading program.
    Three Green Hornets cheerleading squads — the 12U/10U, 8U and 6U teams — competed at various competitions throughout the season, each turning in multiple strong performances.
    The 12U/10U team of Shea Cassidy,...
  • Boom Goes The Dynamite: SP U9 Girls Decimate Field In Bethesda Cup

    The Severna Park Dynamite U9 select A girls soccer team represented its home town in championship fashion over the weekend of November 11 and 12, going 4-0 in a resounding run to the championship of the Bethesda Premier Cup tournament.
    The team of Reagon Cotgreave, Lily Mosher, Izzy Burleson,...
  • Severna Park U11 Boys Win Fallston Cup

    A grueling season in the highly competitive National Capital Soccer League prepared the Severna Park U11 Green Shockers boys select soccer team for its end-of-season entry into the Fallston Cup tournament over the weekend of November 18 and 19, at which Severna Park played extremely well, going 3-0...
  • Green Hornets U8 Girls Go 10-0 In First League Season

    The Severna Park Green Hornets Premier Green 2010 girls soccer team concluded its first season of select soccer with a flawless league record. Competing in the Anne Arundel Youth Soccer League U8 Division 1, Premier Green went 10-0, scoring 72 goals and only allowing three.
    The Premier Green...
  • Green Hornets Boys Are 7th/8th-Grade Club Champs

    The Green Hornets seventh- and eighth-grade boys soccer club championship was won this season by coach Don Allen’s team, which lost only one regular season game and won the championship game by a score of 6-0 at Severna Park Middle School.
    The team of Brayden Allen, Scott Allen, Billy...
  • What Water Independence Means For Our County

    Recently, we celebrated a historic milestone for Anne Arundel County: water independence. Now, as a result of these infrastructure upgrades, county government can directly supply every resident on public water with top-grade county-treated water.
    This landmark breakthrough is yet another example...
  • News From The State House

    The governor proposed something wonderful a couple of months ago. The idea is to build more roads, and not just any roads, but to expand dramatically the capacity of the D.C. beltway, I-270 and the B.W. Parkway by adding two express lanes in each direction, expanding the three roadways by more than...
  • ‘Tis The Season To Protect Yourself And Your Property

    It’s that time of year. You know, the time you open your wallet more than you care to, to pull out your debit card and buy gift after gift. It’s vital to take a few easy steps to protect the gifts you have to buy, your other personal belongings and, most importantly, yourself and your...
  • A Case For Shopping Local This Holiday Season

    It might be hard to believe, but the 2017 holiday season is upon us. Whether you do most of your shopping early or you’re a procrastinator, time is running short to cross everything off your wish lists.
    In my opinion, there’s no better place to do that than at your local independent...
  • Letter To The Editor: Recess

    As a mother of an elementary school student in the Severna Park area, I am a member of a recess committee. This research committee group was created last year by mothers of elementary school children from multiple schools in Severna Park. The goal of the research committee is to eventually convince...
  • Sonia Rassofsky Takes Lead Role in Holiday Tradition

    Local Student Took On More Responsibilities In This Year’s Thrive Behavioral Health Thanksgiving Food Drive
    Though all students participating in the National Junior Honor Society are required to participate in a service project, Sonia Rassofsky is particularly close to hers.
    For the third...
  • Riverdale Reindeer Ride Again

    The Riverdale Reindeer are hanging up their antlers after another successful ride. The “reindeer” are teens who live around Riverdale Road and go out each year to gather toys and nonperishable food to help families provide Christmas cheer for their children. The herd size fluctuates as...
  • Food For Thought: Severna Park Boy Sends Care Packages To Florida

    With Christmas approaching, most kids are pondering the gifts that will surround their trees come December 25, but one seventh-grader at Severna Park Middle School spent his November envisioning the gift he could give to others.
    After hearing from his uncle that officers in Key West, Florida were...
  • Eagle Scout Project Benefits Cape St. Claire Beach

    Patrick Oliver, a member of Boy Scout Pack 2214 in the process of earning the rank of Eagle, led a group of volunteers in fortifying and beautifying a portion of the Cape St. Claire beach area in November. Oliver oversaw the task of removing invasive plants and replacing them with native grasses...
  • Local Hero Visits Folger Students

    In celebration of Veterans Day, students from Folger McKinsey Elementary School welcomed Ryan Kules, a proud U.S. Army veteran and a Folger dad. Kules served in Camp Taji in Iraq until an improvised explosive device attack on November 29, 2005. As a result of the incident, two men in Kules’...
  • Archbishop Spalding High School’s Theatre Presents “White Christmas”

    A holiday classic is coming to Archbishop Spalding this December. “White Christmas” centers on two World War II vets turned big-time song and dance men: Bob Wallace and Phil Davis, played by juniors Michael Parlett and Michael Howerton, respectively. The duo pair up with an aspiring...
  • Question Of The Month: Jones Elementary School

    Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, fifth-grade students at Jones Elementary answered the question:
    What is your favorite holiday tradition you enjoy with your family?
     
    I always like to light the four Advent candles.
    James A.
    My...
  • Hooting Helpers Club Shines In Its Inaugural Year At FMES

    Fifth-graders at Folger McKinsey Elementary School are learning leadership and altruism, skills they will carry with them next year when they head to middle school. The Hooting Helpers club is composed of fifth-grade Folger students who meet monthly with school counselor Natalie Rieke and parent...
  • Water Street Players Captivate Audiences With “One Man, Two Guvnors”

    A slapstick comedy that induced plenty of laughs, “One Man, Two Guvnors” was Severn School’s fall play performed from November 16 to November 18. Set in Brighton, England, during 1963, the plot focused on Francis Henshall, who becomes employed by small-time gangster Roscoe Crabbe...
  • Nicholas Stohler Wows The Crowd With Michael Jackson Impression At Light The Night

    You might have heard about Nicholas Stohler, who, at 8 years old, does the best Michael Jackson impersonation in Severna Park (and probably far beyond). Nicholas was recently invited to perform a 30-minute act for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night event in Baltimore in early...

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