August 23, 2019

Coherent Technical Services Chooses St. Mary’s

Coherent Technical

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

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Harwood Re-Appointed to Head CSM Board

Harwood

Theodore L. Harwood was re-appointed to chair of the College of Southern Maryland Board of Trustees at its June 20 meeting.

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R&P Summerstock to Present ‘Newsies’

Summerstock

The St. Mary’s County Department of Recreation and Parks will present this year’s Summerstock musical performance “Newsies.”

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Vet Helped by Pax Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity

A veteran of the US Army received help from Patuxent Habitat for Humanity on the 244th birthday of the Army.

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Hoyer on Jobs Report: Wage Growth Falls Short

Jobs Report

The US economy gained 224,00 jobs in June, and the unemployment rate rose slightly from 3.6 to 3.7 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ June 2019 jobs report.

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Learn More About Tick-Borne Diseases

Tick-Borne Diseases

MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital is joining the St. Mary’s County Health Department in educating the public about the potential dangers of Tick-Borne Diseases and illnesses. 

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F-35 Will Miss Readiness Mark

Readiness

Presumptive DefSec Mark Esper says the F-35 won’t hit 80 percent readiness this year, held back by a cockpit part that improves stealth performance.

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Great Mills Is 2nd at National Space Challenge

National Space Challenge

The Patuxent Partnership is helping to publicize the great success of Great Mills High School students at the National Space Challenge.

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Marrick Sponsors 18 Holes for 18th Year

18 Holes

College of Southern Maryland Foundation’s Golf Classic will return to Swan Point Yacht & Country Club in Issue for the 28th annual event Thursday, Aug. 15.

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Longer Military Obligations Considered for Academies

academies

Senators are looking to extend the eight-year service obligation for graduates of US service academies, noting a 20 percent cost hike per graduate since the obligations were last adjusted in 1996.

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