This week at Annmarie Garden you can create water-themed watercolors, fire up your own copper-enamel charms, or craft a stained glass suncatcher.
Programs and events that mark the War of 1812 are filling the state, the Southern Maryland Heritage Area Consortium announced some of them it has funded in our region.
It might not feel like it outdoors, but it is time to spring those clocks forward into Daylight Savings time this weekend.
Play, “But I Said No” helps audiences understand circumstances around rape; runs this month at all three CSM campuses.
Rep. Hoyer celebrates “the women of character, courage, and commitment who have helped build our country” during Women’s History Month.
Students from Great Mills and Mattawoman earned the right to compete in the US Open Robotics Championship, to be held in Nebraska.
Military personnel spending may drop to 2008 levels as DOD cuts back from steep wartime expenditures under the 2015 budget request released Tuesday.
This spring, the COPs Unit hopes to connect more with Lexington Park residents and continue to clean up the neighborhoods.
The Patuxent Partnership hosts a panel on developments and the future of Naval Aviation’s Anti-Submarine Warfare Capabilities on 3/12.
Military and security developments involving the People’s Republic of China are in keeping with a nation committed to gaining regional and global cyber- and military power.