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  • The ABC's Of CleaningExclusive

    Summer isn't a distant memory yet, but it is time to consider how busy you're going to be with a new schedule while still juggling your everyday schedule. Whew! I am already exhausted just thinking about it! So, you may already have a cleaning company. This is not just a luxury for homeowners anymore; it is an absolute necessity, and it ranks right up there with having an electric bill. I want to share with you some timesaving tips for your "in-between” visits. These guidelines have helped my family and have created a nice flow of consistency and expectations.
    We de-clutter daily. It is so easy to let school papers and bills pile up. What do I keep and what do I toss?...

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  • After winning the region in 2015 and falling in last year's region final to Leonardtown, the Severna Park baseball team is once again back in the state tournament. The Falcons defeated North Point 10-0 in a game that was mostly completed on Friday before it was interrupted by thunderstorms and finished on Saturday. Severna Park will face Howard on Tuesday night in the state semifinals in Bethesda.

    Severna Park Baseball Is Back In The State Tournament

    A shutout pitching performance by starter Matt Glady and reliever Patrick Sullivan and hits from up and down the lineup powered the Severna Park baseball team to a 10-0 defeat of North Point in the Class 4A East region title and vaulted the Falcons into the state tournament for the second time...
  • The Celtics defeated the Lakers for the Green Hornets boys 8/9 club basketball championship on February 25.

    Celtics, Magic Take 8/9 Boys Basketball Crowns


    The 2016/2017 Green Hornets 8/9 boys basketball season concluded on Saturday, February 25, at Folger McKinsey Elementary School. For playoffs, the league was divided into two playoff brackets, an A and a B bracket, based on regular season records. In a tough, defensive battle in the A bracket...
  • Chesapeake’s Kara Blanchard has maintained a positive outlook despite her recent diagnosis with multiple sclerosis. “Whatever God throws at me, I’m good. I’m just going to stay playing sports and chasing my dreams. I’m not going to let it stop me,” she said. The team is hosting an MS awareness game against Glen Burnie on January 17, and attendees are encouraged to wear orange in support.

    Diagnosed With MS, Chesapeake’s Blanchard Stays Positive, Determined

    If you need a reminder on how to maintain perspective in life, or if you want to know how to face adversity with a mentality of unchecked strength, or if you simply want to soak up the positive vibes of a person for whom optimism and enthusiasm are the only paths to take, talk to Chesapeake senior...
  • Chesapeake's Christine Parkent and Severna Park's Ellie Schepens, among others, were named Coaches All County first-teamers.

    2016 Coaches All County Field Hockey

    First Team: Offense Jenna Partilla, Arundel, senior Megan Munley, Broadneck, sophomore Rachel Fleig, Chesapeake, sophomore Sarah King, South River, senior Defense Sophia Hartman, Broadneck, sophomore McKenna Lee, Severna Park, senior Madison Downey, Old Mill, senior McKenzie Jamison,...

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  • Term Versus Permanent Insurance: Which Is Right for You?

    What’s your most valuable asset? While you are still working, this asset may actually be your future income, so you need to protect it. And you can do so by maintaining adequate life insurance, which can help provide your family with the financial resources necessary to meet critical expenses — such as mortgage payments, college tuition and so on — should you pass away prematurely. But what type of insurance should you purchase? There’s no one “right” answer for everyone, but by knowing some of the basics of different polices and how they relate to your specific needs, you can make an informed decision.
    As its name suggests, term insurance is designed to...

School & YouthSchool

  • Kids 12 and under gathered at the start line at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday morning to participate in the Shark Sprint.

    Kids Make A Splash During ClearShark SprintExclusive

    It may have been a rainy Saturday, but that didn’t stop more than 400 kids from running in the second annual ClearShark “Shark Sprint,” the kids’ race associated with the Across the Bay 10K. Kids 12 and under gathered at the start line at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium...
  • ICS To Hold Party At Gatsby’s

    Indian Creek School cordially invites the community to a party at Gatsby’s — yes, as in “The Great Gatsby” — on Friday, November 13, beginning at 5:00pm at the Jack and Nancy Becker Center for the Performing Arts on the ICS Upper School campus. Guests are encouraged to...
  • Library Offers New Educational Tablets for Checkout

    Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) now offers special Android tablets for children, featuring high-quality, preloaded learning apps. As part of a special pilot program, the library is allowing customers to check out the touch-screen devices, called Playaway Launchpads, which complement the...

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  • Letter To The Editor: The Superintendent’s Proposal For Later Start Times, And What Should Be Done InsteadExclusive

    While Start School Later Anne Arundel County (SSLAACo) is pleased that Anne Arundel County Public School's proposed bell schedule provides safe, healthy and academically appropriate school start times for high school students, we are concerned about significant schedule changes proposed for many elementary and middle school students and the manner in which they are being proposed.
    Superintendent George Arlotto’s proposal, released on January 12 for implementation in 2017-18, reflects the need for middle and high schools to begin class no earlier than 8:30am per recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Maryland...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Are You And Your Pet Ready For The Unexpected?

    It is a well-known fact that pets keep humans healthier. Pets are part of the family in most households, which means they sleep in our beds, sit on our couches, and get lots of love and attention. Pet ownership has many medical, emotional and psychological benefits. Many of us can relate to our pets staying by our side when we or a loved one were recuperating from an illness or injury. But what if your pet became seriously ill or had a life-threatening injury? Would you be able to take care of your pet like they take care of you when you are ill?
    Advanced medical care and improved technology are available for pets, allowing your veterinarian to provide better treatment; however, that can,...
  • Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

    I have witnessed the high-technology changes in dentistry since I started going to the dentist as a child in the 1950s, and I am still a dental patient. Last month, I fractured a large tooth-colored filling in a back tooth. There was no pain, but now the dentist needed a dentist. I called my...
  • The Biggest Transition Since Adolescence

    Menopause is often considered the biggest transition since adolescence. The definition of natural menopause is 12 months with no menses (period). Surgical menopause occurs when a women has her ovaries surgically removed before going 12 months with no menses. The average age of natural menopause is...
  • Anne Arundel County Combats Zika Virus

    Anne Arundel County has recently joined the fight against the Zika virus. Throughout the United States, 544 cases of Zika have been reported, with 19 of these incidents originating in Maryland. So far, no Zika cases in Maryland have resulted from transmission, but cases have resulted from residents...

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