August 18, 2019

CTSi Expanding in Downtown Lexington Park

Coherent Technical

Coherent Technical Services Inc. (CTSi), a locally owned company offering engineering and technology services, has chosen St. Mary’s Square in Lexington Park for its expansion into a 40,000-square-foot facility.

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Landmark MB&T Bank For Lease or Sale

MB&T Bank

In the heart of the “Instant City” that became Lexington Park, the historic Maryland Bank & Trust Building is in tiptop condition and available for rent or sale. The MB&T Bank Building is at the corner of Great Mills Road and S. Shangri-La Drive in Lexington Park, MD.

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Rogers Drive Extension Nears Construction

Rogers Dr

St. Mary ‘s CDC readies to issue a request for bids for construction of the extension of Rogers Drive from Missouri Avenue in Lexington Park to Willows Road.

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TPP Briefing: DoD Wants Small Businesses

small business

The National Defense Strategy emphasizes small businesses to accomplish greater performance and affordability, the third priority of the strategic effort along with “lethality” and strengthening alliances. Emily Harman, director of the Navy Office of Small Business Programs, gives details at TPP’s briefing “Small Business: The First Option.”

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Lex Park ArtsPark Stalls, Festival Canceled

ArtsPark

The St. Mary’s County Community Development Corporation has canceled its 2019 Cherry Blossom Festival and put its plans for a Lexington Park ArtsPark on hold after conditions changed regarding long-anticipated funding.

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The Great Flood of 1933 Part 2

Flood

In his memoir, St. George Island resident David Sayre recalls the Great Flood that destroyed the small, isolated waterman’s community in southern St. Mary’s County. The storm struck on Aug. 23, 1933.

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The Great Flood of 1933 Part 1

Great Flood of 1933

In his memoir, St. George Island resident David Sayre recalls the Great Flood that destroyed the small, isolated waterman’s community in southern St. Mary’s County. The storm struck on Aug. 23, 1933.

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13 Burglaries & 2 Robberies Bring More Cops to Lex Park

13 burglaries

With 13 burglaries and two robberies, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is adding more uniformed officers and plain-clothed surveillance personnel in Lexington Park. The department is also looking for help from the community to locate what they believe are as many as half a dozen perpetrators.

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SlackWater: Changes at Cedar Point

SlackWater

The changes at Cedar Point at the onset of World War II transformed St. Mary’s County from an isolated farming community to a newly shaped culture. In 1940, the population of St. Mary’s rested at 14,626, a figure that had remained relatively constant since the first census in 1790. But by 1950, that figure jumped to 29,111.

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Fox 5 Zips Into Lexington Park June 15 – You’re Invited!

Lexington Park

FOX 5 Zip Trip will be at Lancaster Park in Lexington Park, MD, June 15, 2018. Everyone is welcome to attend, get on TV, meet some of the heroes and neighbors of Lexington Park — including County Commissioner Todd Morgan and NAS Patuxent River CO Jason Hammond.

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