Friday, December 28, 2012
Patch has rounded up a few places you can ring in the New Year around town.
Are you looking to stay local this New Year's Eve? Don’t want to deal with the crowds and parking of going to the city to ring in 2013? Here’s a round up of local places that are offering New Year's celebrations. If you know if a good spot to celebrate New Year's Eve not on the list, leave it in the comments below. Adam’s Ribs Bill Bateman’s Mother's Peninsula Grille Shooters Taphouse
Thursday, December 27, 2012
During 2012 Severna Park Patch reported on Superstorm Sandy, KFC updates and more.
Here's a recap of some of the biggest stories to happen in Severna Park during the past year. To read more on any story click on the link. PHOTOS: Sandy Hits Severna Park It will be hard to forget Superstorm Sandy, which hit Severna Park on Oct. 29. Check out photos of Sandy's damage locally. Patch also took before and after photos of Sandy in Round Bay. Risking it All for Split Ends Split Ends Salon in Severna Park was voted the best hair salon by Patch readers in June. Owners Jennifer Hardison Wendy Moore took a pretty big risk to follow their dream of opening a salon together. KFC Gone, But More Chicken Expected For months area residents wondered what would fill the abandoned KFC on Ritchie Highway. In March, Patch reported that a Chick…
Monday, December 3, 2012
Here’s a look back at some of the top local headlines from the last month.
November was a busy month for Severna Park news. Patch reported on a Severna Park Middle School custodian donating a kidney to save his brother, a number of accomplishments for local businesses, as well as some odd news stories as well. Here’s a recap of some of the top November headlines. New Taphouse Emphasizes Family, Good Food SPMS Custodian: I’m My Brother’s Keeper Police Searching For Missing Millersville Teen PHOTOS: Before, After Sandy in Round Bay Severna Forest Resident Aids Sandy Victims ‘Suspicious’ Severna Park Man Visits Sikh Shooting Site SPHS Students Shine in ‘Les Mis’ Remember you can keep up with all Severna Park news with Patch's free daily newsletter. Sign-up here. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign …
Sunday, November 18, 2012
This week Patch reported on a man who donated a kidney to his brother and restaurant that has undergone renovations.
Here's 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. SPMS Custodian: I’m My Brother’s Keeper When Severna Park Middle School custodian Dovell Johnson’s brother learned he needed a kidney transplant, Johnson immediately stepped up to help—and the school quickly rallied around him. 2. Letter to the Editor: Renick, Middleton Sudano Say Thanks Jeanette Middleton Sudano and Kristen Renick thanked the community for their help and support in collecting supplies for victims of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey. 3. New Taphouse Emphasizes Family, Good Food Former frequenters of the Rodz n Rydz would be very surprised if they walked into the new Taphouse. The restaurant now …
Thursday, November 15, 2012
The restaurant formally known as Rodz n Rydz has undergone renovations and presents a brand new atmosphere.
For those of you familiar with the former Rodz n Rydz, if you were to walk into the newly renamed Taphouse you would be quite surprised. Gone are the pool tables, foosball tables and the lingering smell of a night of drinking gone astray. Instead there are tables, chairs, a fireplace and an outside seating area perfect for kids. If you were to ask Taphouse’s three managers, Geoff Freitag, William Howard and Chris Rigney, why they made such a drastic change they would be perfectly honest and candid in their response. “To get people in the door,” Howard said. “Before people thought it was a biker bar and that kept the local clientele away.” Taphouse now offers a family-friendly atmosphere—complete with a fenced-in backyard seating for kids …