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  • Weekend Events April 20-22

    Another work week has come to an end. This weekend is Earth Day, and there are tons of different ways to mark the occasion! If you don’t already have something planned, check out one of the various activities around town celebrating our planet. If you’re looking for live music, there is...
  • Weekend Events April 13-15

    Happy Friday, Severna Park! The forecast looks warm and sunny this weekend, so get outside and enjoy the weather! Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities to get outside this weekend, whether you’re running a triathlon or attending one of the youth league opening parades. Whatever it is...
  • Weekend Events April 6-8

    Happy Friday, Severna Park! Here's our weekly roundup of events happening in and around Severna Park this weekend: Friday, April 6   Ballast Point Brewing Tasting at Magothy Wine and Spirits. 4:00-7:00pm. More info here.   Essential Oil And Aromatherapy 101 at Sass Well. 5:...
  • Childlife specialists Kylie McMenaman (left) and Megan Siegel (right), along with and Project Linus chapter coordinator Linda Gorman, display blanket number 20,000.

    Twenty Thousand And Going Strong!Exclusive

    The local chapter of Project Linus has just donated its 20,000th blanket in Anne Arundel County. The milestone blanket was donated to the Anne Arundel Medical Center Pediatrics Unit where childlife specialists will give the blanket to a child receiving care at the hospital. Since its local...

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  • Broadneck's Grace Lear defended the attack of Severn's Emily Ingrao during the Bruins' win over the Admirals on March 29.

    Into The Fire: Top Girls Lax Teams Clash At South River

    There are no days off for the area’s contending girls lacrosse teams. Severna Park, Broadneck and Severn were among 16 teams from around the state that gathered at South River over the final days of March to get in a pair of early-season games against quality opposition. They were joined by...
  • Mustangs Go 10-0 For County Boys Hoops Crown

    The Mago Vista Mustangs boys 9U basketball team completed a 10-0 season to win the county championship in the Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks 9U C-3 division. The team of Koa Hamilton, Conor Mastromarco, Noah Awa, Jack Gildea, Landon Noble, Luke Smith, Aiden Geissler, Paul White Jr. and...
  • The Falcons were all smiles after their season-opening 3-0 win over Arundel.

    Falcon Softball Opens With Win Over Arundel

    With nine returning players, the Severna Park softball team has the experience to maintain its mettle in tight games this season. The Falcons kept their composure in opening the season with a win over visiting Arundel on March 26, pitching well, making plays defensively to escape a late-inning jam...

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  • Chamber Update

    We are excited to announce our newest members of the chamber: Inspiring HR, Chris Carr, Monument Sotheby’s International Realty, Sierra Pacific Mortgage Company, Budding Voices LLC, EscapeTime, Hope Springs Community Church, Total View Home Inspections, Bulldog Bikes and Floats, Tracey Bellottee, Keller Williams Flagship, Change Your Pace, MWE Partnership, CertaPro Painters of Severna Park, Virtual Safety Man, and Safety First Swimming.
    What a busy month filled with meetings and ribbon cuttings. We welcomed the new and gorgeous Monument Sotheby’s location in Severna Park with a ribbon cutting attended by more than 100 people. Next, we celebrated the wonderful renovation that...

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  • AAGOP Central Committee Announces Vacancies In District 31

    The Republican State Central Committee of Anne Arundel County today announced two committee member vacancies in District 31 (Glen Burnie, Pasadena, Brooklyn Park, Severna Park, Millersville). These vacancies were created by former committee members Michael Peroutka and Nathan Volke, both of whom resigned from the committee in March in order to focus on their respective county council races.
    To be considered for a central committee position, a candidate must be a registered Republican and a current resident of District 31. Any Republican interested in serving on the central committee from District 31 should contact the committee chairman, Wayne Smith, at wsmith@aagop.org for an application....
  • Will You Be Part Of The Plan?

    In May of last year, the county council passed a resolution (18-17) urging the county executive and the Office of Planning and Zoning to begin the comprehensive review of the county’s 2019 General Development Plan (GDP) during 2017. This amounted to a “jumpstart” of the planning...
  • Changes For Our Chambers Of Commerce

    Anne Arundel County has been blessed with a number of vibrant, active chambers of commerce that represent the interests of small business owners at the state and local level. The success of these chambers is a direct result of the effective leadership of their executive directors. The last two...
  • Fighting The Opioid Epidemic

    According to the Centers for Disease Control, opioid overdoses kill five Americans every hour. In 2016, and again in 2017, more Americans died from opioid-related overdoses than died than in car crashes, by gun violence, during the peak year of the AIDS epidemic, or during the entire Vietnam War....

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  • Prevent Dental Disease

    Today’s dental mission should not be just reacting to and treating problems; instead, the priority should be in prevention.
    The key tools in preventing tooth problems are daily teeth cleanings, a healthy diet, and fluoride and dental sealants. Regular dental cleanings bring everything together.
     
    Q: What can I do to prevent tooth and gum disease?
    A: Everyone has bacteria in their mouth; these bacteria form a plaque (sticky bacterial deposits) on teeth. To prevent tooth and gum destruction, you must remove this acidic bacterial biofilm.
    This is done by daily brushing and flossing. Brush at least twice a day. Floss once a day. The use of an anti-cavity fluoride toothpaste and...
  • Are You At Risk For Peripheral Artery Disease?

    Peripheral artery disease — also known as PAD — is a common, yet serious, condition. It occurs when extra cholesterol and other fats circulating in the blood collect on the walls of the arteries that supply blood to your limbs. This buildup narrows the arteries, often reducing or...
  • Healthy Kids Running Series Races Into The Annapolis Area

    Nonprofit Race Series Gives Children A Fun Introduction To Running Healthy Kids Running Series (HKRS), the national nonprofit race series designed to combat increasing rates of childhood obesity through the introduction of running, is launching in the Annapolis area on Sunday, April 8, with its...
  • UM BWMC April Calendar

    Wednesday, April 4 10:30am-noon: The Tate Cancer Center Survivorship Program offers therapeutic yoga for cancer patients. Both patients and caregivers are welcome and no prior yoga experience is necessary. Chair yoga and deep breathing will also be offered. The program is free. Bring water....

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