June 21, 2024

Hewitt’s Hopeful Project Will Light Up Lex Park

A public art project installed on the grounds of the Church of the Ascension in Lexington Park will be unveiled at 7pm Friday, April 19. The public is invited to gather to celebrate the lighting of the Hopeful Project sign.

Volunteers Sought for Lex Park Cleanup


St. Mary’s County Community Development Corp. will host a Great Mills Road cleanup from 9 am to noon June 11, 2022. Sign up to help!

Gilday: Larger Fleet Means Larger Share of the Budget

With more ships needed in more places around the world, the US Navy needs a larger fleet and a larger share of the defense budget, says Chief of Naval Operations ADM Mike Gilday. That would mean changing the historical split of funding among the services.

Calvert-St. Mary’s Group to Conduct Meeting

Calvert-St. Mary's

The Calvert-St. Mary’s Metropolitan Planning Organization is planning to conduct a public council meeting on June 12, 2019.

Pedestrian Safety Initiative Hits Great Mills Road

Lexington Park COPs Unit conducts pedestrian safety initiative along Great Mills Road. Maryland State Highway Administration will analyze the data gathered during the initiative to determine whether additional crosswalks in the area might prove beneficial.

3rd Annual Parade Planning Underway

The date has been set for the 3rd Annual Pride in the Park Parade; sponsors needed and lots of planning still underway.

And Now It’s a Road: FDR Spans Another Block

It’s been half a century on the books, another decade in court, but Great Mills Trading Post is turning FDR Boulevard into a connector road in the heart of Lexington Park, practically overnight.

FDR Construction to Follow Sewer & Water Upgrade

Great Mills Trading Post was contracted by St. Mary’s County to build the Lexington Park segment of FDR. It will be the first county-built road since construction of Pegg Road in 1989.

Don’t Revitalize, Re-Purpose Lexington Park

Retail won’t save Great Mills Road. It doesn’t have to, the road already offers a growing array of services. Tom Watts suggests the next Lexington Park development plan capitalize on that.

Three of Four Lexington Park Highways Upgrading

The four major roads of Lexington Park are all state highways. Three of them are undergoing repaving and upgrading.