October 24, 2017

Share Home Remedies With Slackwater


The SlackWater Center at St. Mary’s College of Maryland would like to learn more about use of home remedies, in the past and in the present.

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Robotics Can’t Start Too Soon


Robotics can develop STEM skills from pre-K classrooms through high school, according to the RES Rockets, and they should know.

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Generous Gift Boosts Robotics Team

Robotics Team Margaret Brent MS

Thanks to The Patuxent Partnership members, AVIAN LLC and RPI Group, Margaret Brent Middle School’s robotics team has new robotics equipment … and just in time for this year’s VEX IQ challenge.

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Cybersecurity Programs Start in January at SMHEC

SMHEC Offers Four New HR Classes

Southern Maryland Higher Education Center recruits a new MA degree and graduate certificate program in cybersecurity.

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Lexington Park Joins Public Mural Revival

Lexington Park first public mural

St. Mary’s Community Development Corp. to launch a competition for an artist to paint the first public mural in the “Lexington Park Comes Alive!” series.

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Friendly’s Replaced With New Shops in Great Mills

new shops in Great Mills

Open for business. New shops in Great Mill’s new two-story at Route 5 and Indian Bridge Road across from Great Mills Trading Post.

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’70s in St. Mary’s: Formative, Transformative

Slackwater Charlie Hewitt '70s in St. Mary's

The 1970s in St. Mary’s County: These years were fundamentally formative and even transformative, and the landscape we negotiate today is the landscape born of that era.

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The Flattops Evolve: Into a Tree Museum

tree museum

While Joni Mitchell sang about a tree museum, Lexington Park, Maryland, grew one. Now St. Mary’s Community Development Corp. wants to save it.

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Amber Drive Transforming into FDR Boulevard

FDR Blvd

The Lexington Park Master Plan calls for more road connections beyond FDR Boulevard — 16 connectors needed downtown.

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Young Engineers & Scientists Win Accolades

Young Scientists

SMCM math professor David Kung tells award winning young engineers & scientists to embrace failure as the route to discovery.

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