We’re learning more about a Severna Park marine–killed in a training exercise in Nevada.
Anne Arundel County police are searching for a suspect in a Capital One Bank robbery.
Teams from Roland Park, Severna Park and Mount de Sales compete.
An M&T Bank in Anne Arundel County won’t be open for business anytime soon.
Teams from Franklin, Oakland Mills and Severna Park compete.
Marmie Ziglar has given up washing her dog on her own, especially since it calls for an apron and an hour of her time. Getting covered in water and fur isn’t all that appealing to the Severna Park resident. Instead, Ziglar makes monthly trips with her dog, Becker, to a Severna Park shop that offers dog washes and coffee, making her part of the multibillion dollar pet product industry.
An Anne Arundel County firefighter is burned battling a raging house fire.
Teams from Mount Hebron, Severna Park and Boonsboro compete.
Rachel McNealey pops up out of the water like she’s been shot from a canon. The 16-year-old then carefully balances herself on a single ski as the boat towing her zooms along at 32 mph.
Maryland’s attorney general says a 73-year-old Severna Park man is the first to be charged criminally under the state’s Critical Area law.
Fred Stamm isn’t sure how long he was homeless and begging for spare change on the streets of Severna Park. But he’s thinking it was at least a decade. The years blend together for the 47-year-old, who found himself with nowhere to go after a fight with his father and stepmother years ago.
Rescued from an animal rescue. Dozens of sick cats are safe as Anne Arundel County Police investigate the hoarding at a Severna Park organization.