November 28, 2020

Art & Lifestyle:

Holidays Events at Museums & in Town -

Friday, November 27, 2020

New Exhibits Greet Visitors to Lighthouse -

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

SMECO Employees Raise Funds for Hospitals -

Monday, November 16, 2020

Health Equity Webinar Series Set -

Sunday, November 15, 2020

  • Holiday Events

    Holidays Events at Museums & in Town

    Piney Point and St. Clement’s museums and Leonardtown are planning holiday events, some in-person, some virtual.

  • Holiday

    St. Mary’s Govt. Holiday Closings

    All St. Mary’s County government administrative offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 26 and 27, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

  • Morning Coffee Is Off the Burner

    Morning Coffee is off the burner for the Thanksgiving holiday. Please keep in your thoughts all those working to keep the world safe, especially during this time. We will be percolating again Monday, November 30, 2020.

  • Deadline Nears for Summer STEM Internships

    Deadline Nears for Summer STEM Internships

    The Patuxent Partnership is helping publicize apprenticeships, internships, and scholarship opportunities that will be available in summer 2021. Deadlines to apply are approaching.

  • 700MPH Bourbon

    700MPH Bourbon Makes Headlines

    Making “700 MPH Bourbon” may indeed be “crazy” — but the meet-up of Tobacco Barn Distillery and Art Nalls’ Sea Harrier is all for a good cause, says Scott Sanders.

Leader Exclusives


Pax Partnership Elects New Board of Directors

Nov 23, 2020

The Patuxent Partnership recently elected its 2020-2021 Board of Directors. 

Tech Bridge

Bridging Government-Educational Partnerships

Nov 19, 2020

Educational Partnership Agreements allow educational institutions at all levels and academic researchers the opportunity to access equipment and resources which may be unavailable at the institution. Tech Bridge @ TechPort explains educational partnerships and how to go about seeking one.

Steamboats Key to Local SoMD Oyster Industry

Nov 17, 2020

The Chesapeake Bay region became the nation’s center for harvesting, processing, packing, and shipping oysters during the 19th century. This was especially true in waterfront towns on the Eastern Shore of Maryland that had railroad access. In St. Mary’s County, oyster packers got a later start.