Top 5: O'Malley Visits, High's Dairy Proposal
This week Patch reported on a business that moved to a new location and how you can stay fit in 2013.
Here is a look at some of the top stories from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more of any story, just click on the link.
1. O’Malley Celebrates No. 1 at Jones Elementary
Gov. Martin O’Malley and other state and local officials celebrated Maryland public school’s top ranking at Jones Elementary School on Thursday afternoon.
2. High's Proposes Plans for Millersville Site
High's Dairy Store will present plans for a new convenience store and gas station in Millersville. Initial plans indicate they are hoping to build at 8699 Veterans Highway at the Benfield intersection in Millersville.
3. Staying Fit in Severna Park for 2013
As 2013 gets underway, it appears many Severna Park residents have made it their New Year's resolution to hit the gym and get fit. Area gyms and clubs have reported an increase in gym memberships since the beginning of the year.
4. Paper Trousseau Moves to New Location
Paper Trousseau in Severna Park has moved to a new location across town, citing the need for a smaller space. The store well-known for its stationery products has moved from its location on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard to a new home on Evergreen Road—the former location of Maine Cottage.
5. Poll Results: Will Leelyn Drive Expansion Help Chick-fil-A Traffic?
In an effort to help with the impending traffic, the Chick-fil-A slated to fill the former KFC on Ritchie Highway will need to make improvements to Leelyn Drive before it can open. In a recent Patch poll, 52 percent said they do not think expanding the road will help with traffic in the area. Many readers sounded off on their frustrations in the comments.
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