Congressman Steny Hoyer says improving the health of our waterways requires conscious effort by all.
With five seats to fill, SMECO will hold an election in August to fill seats on its Board of Directors. Nominations are still being accepted.
Several linemen entered the Gaff’n'Go Lineman’s Rodeo, where two teams placed first in the Equipment Operators Rodeo and third overall.
Regional business and health leaders will host the morning forum to explain details in the Affordable Care Act and how they can impact employee health.
For his outstanding community involvement and business leadership, Austin J. Slater Jr. is Southern Maryland’s first Business Hall of Fame inductee.
Knowledge Bowls and outstanding teachers are ways SMECO furthers math and science education in the co-op’s communty.
Along with other utilities, SMECO has amped up security to protect the power grid.
More than 80 young computer experts tested their skills at the 24th annual Southern Maryland High School Computer Bowl. 1-888-440-3311
As a winter storm approaches, area residents should prepare for the possibility of storm-related power outages.
More than 150 students from 19 Southern Maryland middle schools tested their mathematics skills at the competition.