Pax River’s new program, Operation Homeport, helps create a home away from home for junior sailors assigned to the area.
By conducting the Point in Time Survey, Three Oaks Center can ensure vital funding to help the homeless and improve our community.
County approved an agreement with TEDCO to provide start-up technology business mentoring and development.
The new blight ordinance will apply countywide and include Right to Farm provisions and protections for both the community’s and the owner’s property rights.
An Achilles’ heel for the Navy, a linchpin for Lexington Park, will the 800 AICUZ properties turn the tide in the Revitalization War?
Members of the faith community and Three Oaks Center continue to band together to reach out to the homeless community during the cold winter months.
Thanks to the dedication and caring efforts of church and community members, many churches are open this winter to those with nowhere else to go.
As the second session begins, Rep. Hoyer compares the scant 56 bills signed into law by the 2013 Congress to 193 the year before, with 8 days left in the first session..
The second cohort from the College of Southern Maryland’s Juvenile Offenders Building Skills (JOBS) program crossed the stage to celebrate their successful completion.
Anti-blight laws are pivotal to revitalization. Lexington Park’s civic association is calling on citizens to support the anti-blight law currently before St. Mary’s County commissioners.