December 5, 2023

Get the COPS a Bike for the Holidays

Keeping the COPS bike patrol “off the street” is a cause the Lexington Park civic association is taking up. The bikes cost $1,000 apiece. Their crime prevention techniques are proving priceless.

Lexington Park Identified as a U.S. Technology Hub

Off-the-Radar hubs of technology employment continue to thrive during a tough economy — including Lexington Park.

Sheriff Station Slated for Lexington Park

“Not a sub-station,” says Lexington Park advocate Robin Finnacom, a police station with three holding cells and capable of gathering and safekeeping evidence.

Here Comes the Parade

Pride in the Park Parade 2013 crop

The 2nd annual Lexington Park parade will close some streets on May 4, 2013 from 10 to 11 a.m.

Lexington Park Gets Funding for Health Care Partnership

Lt. Gov. Brown names Lexington Park as one of Maryland’s first Health Enterprise Zones.

Holiday Display Contest is Still Open!

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There’s still time to participate in the Lexington Park Business and Community Association’s annual holiday display contest.

Third Black Belt Academy Opens at St. Mary’s Square

Black Belt Academy, founded by Tae Kwon Do Grand Master Kyu J. Shim, comes to Lexington Park.

A Mobile Dentist for St. Mary’s County?

dentist light

A $500,000 state grant could set many new community health initiatives in motion.

Still Time to Join Lex Park Holiday Display Contest

Sharon McLeod Hare of Comfort Inn & Suites across from NAS: Pax River is looking for holiday decorations in Lexington Park.

Getting a Pro to Make the Holiday Centerpiece

Always the right gift, Julie Pitt, owner of Kenny’s Flowers in Lexington Park says don’t assume it’s too late to call for flowers.