March 26, 2019

PRMI Proud to Sponsor Saturday Race

race

The Frozen Heart Trail Race will be held Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019, at St. Mary’s River State Park. Save the stress on race day morning and pick up your packet the day before. Pre-race day packet pickup available Friday, Feb. 15, at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Lexington Park. Race day packet pickup at the race site starting at 6:15 am Feb. 16.

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Reception Honors Science Fair Winners

Science Fair Winners

Two local organizations are coming together to host an event honoring the winners of the 2018 St. Mary’s County Science and Engineering Fair.

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HEAL Action Team to Meet

HEAL Action Team

MedStar St. Mary’s supports the HEAL Action Team which will meet from 1 to 2 pm Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019, at Health Connections at MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital in Leonardtown.

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F-35 Brings Billions to Md.’s Economy

F-35

The F-35 is expected to add $2 billion to Maryland’s economy over the next decade, and almost 6,000 civilian and military jobs to the region.

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College Plans Spring Transfer Fairs

Transfer Fairs

The College of Southern Maryland will offer transfer fairs in February so students can meet representatives from a variety of colleges and universities, explore college majors and degree programs, and meet with CSM faculty all in one place.

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Report Shows Slow Gain in Hourly Wages

Wages Jobs Report

Congressman Steny H. Hoyer said the January 2019 jobs report reflects the worrying trend that wages are not rising, even in a tight labor market, and January saw the slowest gain in hourly wages in more than a year.

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DoD Still at Risk of Cyber Intrusions

Fifty cybersecurity assessments of combatant commands and the military services by the Department of Defense reveal its missions and systems continue to be at risk of cyber intrusions, despite improvements in network defenses.

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Local Skipper Helms Crew in Yacht Race

Local Skipper

While most people spend the holidays with family and friends, Local Skipper Scott “Gus” Ward checked off a bucket-list item by racing in one of the world’s most prestigious yacht races.

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Lighthouse Exhibit Opens in Piney Point

Lighthouses

The “Offshore Lighthouses of the Potomac River” exhibit has opened at the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Historic Park in Piney Point, MD.

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From the Cap’n: Frozen Creeks; Foiled Hunters

frozen creeks

It’s cold outdoors with frozen creeks, but the Cap’n offers a tale of hot tempered hunters foiled by an errant discharge to warm up the day with a little bit of lore …

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