Great Mills Trading Post wraps up the rebuilding of Great Mills Lane, Lexington Park, MD.
Calvert-St. Mary’s Metropolitan Planning Organization to meet Aug. 3.
New projects, big contracts for businesses along Great Mills Road grow the economy of Lexington Park, MD.
View alternative plans to improve MD Rt. 4 from Solomons to Rt. 235, including the Thomas Johnson Bridge, the 235 intersection and the need for sidewalks.
St. Mary’s County Alcoholic Beverages Board unanimous denied a request for a new liquor store to replace Long John Silver/A&W on Great Mills Road.
The executive order signed in reaction to tragedies associated with recent police shootings builds on the Community Oriented Policing Services programs, which include the successful COPS program in Lexington Park, MD.
Since the 1990s plans were for office space at the Flattops. That’s changed, according to a refreshingly honest assessment of what the future of Lexington Park really will look like.
The Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad unofficially opened FDR Boulevard Saturday to officially open their new station. LPVRS joins two other top-drawer community service organizations on the new road, Bay District Fire Dept. and Lexington Park Library.
It took more than five decades to get the final 1,000 feet of FDR Boulevard extended across Great Mills Road. It took Great Mills Trading Post five months to build the road.
Apartment buildings, maybe luxury apartments, could lead Lexington Park out of its slump and into a Renaissance. But the county needs to increase the allowable density for it to happen.