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  • Broadneck Boys Rally To Tie Severna Park On Late Goal

    A tie is a tie, but on Thursday, a tie felt like a victory for the Broadneck boys soccer team.
    Tyler Madairy’s left-footed strike found the back of the net with just under four minutes to play on Thursday, helping the Bruins force overtime and ultimately earn a 1-1 tie with rival Severna...
  • SPHS’s Alyssa Panzer Starts Cosmetics Firm

    Severna Park High School senior Alyssa Panzer stumbled on her latent entrepreneurial talent at a time when she was just trying to save some money by making her own gift baskets of bath bombs.
    “I saw people giving them away as gifts, but they were really pricey,” recalled Panzer, whose...
  • Community Members Seek More Information About Wroxeter Development

    UPDATE: Uchllyn Investors has agreed to hold a community meeting on Wednesday, November 15, at 6:00pm at Severna Park Library. The meeting is open to the public.

    If a developer wants to build on environmentally sensitive land or subdivide a property that adjoins a residentially zoned and...

  • Community Keeps Watchful Eye On Continued Construction At SPHS

    Parking Lots And Athletic Fields Are Slated To Be Finished By March 2018
    While most high school seniors cross their fingers for as many snow days as possible, Severna Park High School’s class of 2018 athletes are likely hoping for a milder winter. The construction management firm Oak...
  • Citizens Make Some Noise Over BWI Flight Patterns

    Roundtable Of Leaders Persuades Hogan To Challenge FAA
    Usually when a plane flies over Linda Curry’s house in Severna Forest, an occurrence that happens dozens of times per day, a deep-seated frustration brims to the surface.
    “It makes you angry that somebody decided for you to...
  • Genealogy Search Connects Two Families In Severna Park

    The last time Robert Gibson saw his father, Harold Gibson, was when Robert was a 10-year-old boy peering through a schoolyard fence around 1936 in Hatboro, Pennsylvania. Robert died in 2013, but his son, former Green Hornets football commissioner Mark Gibson, continued the search until he made a...
  • PTO Involvement Is A Way Of Life For Lauri Miller

    With her background as a teacher and then an educator in the private sector before staying home to raise her children, Lauri Miller understood the importance of parents who take an active role in helping out at school, so when her son Jimmy entered kindergarten at Oak Hill Elementary in 2009,...
  • Editor’s Voice

    I have always been an outspoken opponent of what I call the autumn creep — you know, the tendency people have to start acting as if it’s fall earlier and earlier every year, with some folks putting pumpkins and scarecrows out as early as August — but as I sit down to write this,...
  • Work Local Job Fair Set For October 24

    The Severna Park Voice is announcing its first-ever Work Local Job Fair, set for Tuesday, October 24, from 12:15pm to 2:45pm at the Severna Park Library. With an emphasis on local businesses hiring local people, the job fair will give community members an opportunity to find out what employment...
  • Determined Footsteps Fighting For Fleeting Memories

    County Residents To Participate In Walk To End Alzheimer’s October 22
    The memory of a first kiss, the name of your daughter, the fact that your wife drinks coffee black at 3:00pm, how to wash your own hair and eventually the ability to recognize those you love — all gone, not in the...
  • Survey Says: Arnold Family Competes On “Family Feud”

    For members of the Beans family in Arnold, their last name was a source of ridicule growing up, but it recently became the focal point of their bid to appear on the beloved TV game show “Family Feud.”
    “As children growing up with the name Beans, we were always teased, so actually...
  • Local Groups Step Up To Aid Hurricane Victims

    First came Harvey in August, as the largest hurricane witnessed by Texas in 50 years submerged homes in water, stealing precious belongings from some and lives from others. Irma took a different path in September, flooding Florida homes and shoving trees into roofs.
    Seeing the outcry for help were...
  • Local Singer Auditions For “American Idol”

    To follow in the footsteps of Carrie Underwood or Kelly Clarkson, singers need to be prepared for the long journey to the “American Idol” stage. For one local singer, that journey started in Annapolis during September, when the reality television juggernaut rolled into town looking for...
  • The Voice Picks Its Favorite Local Scary Stories

    We’ve all enjoyed a good urban legend or ghost tale around a campfire before, but there’s something especially eerie about hearing the dark stories behind familiar locations or landmarks. Maybe it’s because that makes them seem all the more believable — even though they...
  • “Wind River” Is A Flawed Masterpiece

    On the surface, “Wind River” appears to be a classic whodunit murder mystery film, but it quickly becomes evident that director Taylor Sheridan has so much more of a story to tell us.
    Set on the Wind River Native American reservation, the story centers on Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner),...
  • Fall Festivals And Frightening Affairs

    Upcoming Events That Will Make Your Skin Crawl
    Whether your idea of fun is smearing paint over a plaid shirt before hobbling after strangers or bobbing for apples, plenty of fall festivals and haunted attractions will soon take over the slate of seasonal events, offering something for everyone....
  • Shop Local, Give Local: The Best 5K In Town And Holiday Caring

    We often hear about the importance of buying local. It supports local economies, benefits the environment, and allows the community to meet artisans and small-business owners who are the life’s blood of the community.
    When you give local, you support the nonprofits that work tirelessly to...
  • Local Garb Seamstresses Adorn Maryland Renaissance Festival

    Few words strike fear in a parent’s heart like the following scenario: It’s 8:30pm on a Friday and a child proudly announces, “Monday is International Day! I need to dress up as…”
    Renaissance garb creator Christy Stouffer said her costume-making came out of that...
  • Kiwanis Club To Hold Apple Sale

    The Kiwanis Club of Severna Park is hosting a fundraiser for its service projects by selling apples during the last two weeks of October. Now in its 18th year, the club’s annual apple sale features several varieties of apples, recently picked and fresh from Baugher’s Orchard in...
  • ZGK Foundation Fundraises And Celebrates At Third Annual Zackfest

    Bay Hills Golf Club was buzzing with positive energy on Saturday, September 16, as 200 people gathered for the third annual Zackfest fundraiser, exemplifying the core mission of the Zachary Gerald Knight Foundation, a nonprofit organization that recognizes positive role models who demonstrate...
  • Neighborhood Of The Month: Berrywood

    Active families seeking plenty of green spaces, multiple water access points, and a robust calendar of events need look no further than the quiet 235-home neighborhood of Berrywood.
    Tucked between Old Man Creek to the north and Cattail Creek to the south, Berrywood covers approximately 1,160 acres...
  • Olive And Sesame Specializes In Authentic Asian Cuisine

    You may not be able to get sushi straight from Japan or chow mein from Beijing, but Olive and Sesame is probably the closest you can come without hopping on an airplane. The Asian restaurant, tucked away in the back of the Lakeshore Plaza near Ledo Pizza and ZIPS Dry Cleaners, offers a wide variety...
  • Mark Teixeira Returns Home For CEA Conference

    Fans may have booed him in Baltimore when he played for the New York Yankees, but Severna Park native Mark Teixeira received a standing ovation at the Christians for Ecumenical Action (CEA) conference on September 23.
    “I’ve always been an Orioles fan,” said Steve Keefer of Arnold...
  • What TV Shows To Watch This Fall

    New Programs Introduce Viewers To Eccentric Characters And Convoluted Plots
    With 19 new shows on network TV and a slew of programs hitting streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, there’s just not enough time to watch every zing, action sequence and cliffhanger. Check out our take on fall...
  • SP Filmmakers To Screen Show In BaltimoreExclusive

    On Sunday, October 15, four local filmmakers — Devin McCord, Adam Narimatsu, Nathan Colby and Harry Slattery — will premiere episode two of their debut series “Clown Under the Bed” at the Baltimore Theatre Project. The series highlights the two main characters (aptly named...

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