County planners are taking a vision of Lexington Park Maryland into the community map by map, via Facebook and YouTube.
Take advantage of “Furlough Friday Pricing” at one of the nation’s best-preserved colonial archeological sites. The archeology lab is only open once a year, so don’t miss it!
The Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad breaks ground for a new station on FDR Blvd.
Energetics Technology Center joins with Sotterley to offer FREE Day Passes during Furlough Fridays and HALF PRICE Plantation House tours.
We will be highlighting events, volunteer opportunities, sales, and much more. Check our Lexi Leader column weekly for updates.
Bring the kids out to learn about the aircraft that fly overhead; they can even try their hand at a flight simulator at the Naval Air Museum outside of Gate 1.
That’s what some counties’ economic development plans have fostered. Developer Tom Watts thinks St. Mary’s County has the ingredients to do it too.
If we can land a drone on a carrier, why can’t we make Lexington Park a nice place? Sixty-seven years of trying and we’re still planning.
Looking for a place to fill Furlough Fridays? Charlotte Hall Veterans Home runs a volunteer program that includes escorting vets to the annual Cruisin’ Southern Maryland for Veterans car show.
Great Mills Trading Post was contracted by St. Mary’s County to build the Lexington Park segment of FDR. It will be the first county-built road since construction of Pegg Road in 1989.