St. Mary’s Health Department awarded Walden a grant to increase how many people access substance abuse treatment services.
On Nov. 6, SMECO donated 30,000 CFLs to the Southern Maryland Food Bank. The CFLs will help Southern Maryland families facing economic hardship to reduce their energy costs so they can free up limited resources for other necessities.
SCC praises local support of So. Maryland Sailing Foundation, host of the MASSA Varsity 2014 Championship at their home port, Tall Timbers Marina.
To raise awareness of the county’s problems with homelessness and hunger, the commissioners have declared the month of November Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Month in St. Mary’s County.
SMECO warns customer-members not to provide personal financial or electric account information to unauthorized callers.
Effective Nov. 1, 2014, the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) will rename Washington, D.C.-Southern Maryland commuter express bus Routes 903, 905, and 909 with new route patterns.
St. Mary’s residents have one more opportunity this fall to safely dispose of household hazardous waste at the St. Andrew’s Landfill on Nov. 1.
State’s Attorney Candidate Shane Mattingly outlines his plan to combat the drug epidemic in St. Mary’s County.