April 27, 2017

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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3 Local Robotics Teams Advance to World Championship

“Robotics is one of the most popular STEM programs in the nation,” says Pax Partnership Director Bonnie Green, “a viable robotics program in every school should be our goal if we are serious about growing our future STEM workforce.”

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Students Compete at MATHCOUNTS


Two St. Mary’s County schools, Esperanza Middle School and Chesapeake Charter School, took the top spots at the 22nd annual regional MATHCOUNTS competition on Feb. 6, 2016.

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Flat Iron Farm Equipment Auction March 11,12

Flat Iron Farm in Great Mills is preparing for its semi-annual, two-day, truck, plants, and heavy equipment auction March 11-12.

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Showtime Deli Reopens in Lexington Park

Showtime Deli

Showtime Deli – Legendary Lexington Park eatery – reopens – serving breakfast and lunch from Great Mills Road — still owned & operated by descendants of legendary Lexington Park Founding Father Jack Gelrud.

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Schaffner Art Exhibit Extended


An art show featuring the work of artists John A. Schaffner and J. Luray Schaffner, titled When Thoughts Become Art, has been extended through March 6, 2016, at Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Art Center.

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Got a Stake in Lexington Park?

Lexington Park

In the next two years everything you have ever known about Lexington Park, MD, could change. Prepare yourself. Check out the new plan.

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Citizen Involvement Opportunities Abound


Citizens interested in community involvement can apply to a variety of St. Mary’s County boards and commissions.

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SKYWARN Volunteers Needed


St. Mary’s County residents can take a SKYWARN class Oct. 22, 2015, and learn to be storm spotters.

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