July 13, 2020

Art & Lifestyle:

Historic St. Mary’s City to Re-Open

St. Mary's City

Historic St. Mary’s City plans to re-open its great outdoors (and indoors) to the public beginning July 8.

COVID-19 Precautions Spreading in Region

Historic St. Mary's City Chapel

The presence of the coronavirus in Maryland is shuttering public events throughout the region, including the annual Maryland Day celebration at Historic St. Mary’s City where Maryland’s first statehouse was built and convened.

Hoyer: May Maryland History Guide Us Forward

Maryland was founded 380 years ago on the principles of tolerance and peace, “May that moment guide us forward,” the congressman told the celebrants at Maryland Day.

Transform Energy into Positive Pugilistic Results

Knowledge Boxing Center can help you learn, grow and get in shape with classes for all ages M/W/F at the Carver Rec Center.

St. Mary’s College: Talks on History and International Affairs

Join the Center for the Study of Democracy for talks on history, and international affairs. SMCM to host various panels through the end of September.

Time to Think About Fall Trips!

comfort inn and suites

Comfort Inn keeps you close to all the great sites in St. Mary’s County.

Remains of 17th Century Ship Discovered in St. Mary’s River

An archaeologist from the University of Southampton (UK) has been exploring ship remains this summer with help from Historic St. Mary’s City.

Anne Arundel Hall Replacement Project Underway at SMCM

The tear-down has begun and the project is on track so far on the historic campus’ new academic building.

SoMD Teens Inspired by LEAD Camp

Southern Maryland teens learn leadership skills at LEAD 2013 summer camp.

Economic Good News Overshadowed by Controversy

John Bohanan delivers good financial news from the 2013 General Assembly followed by social legislative wallops to his Southern Maryland district.