Watch the 1920s roar again on Sept. 30 when The Newtowne Players begin a run of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” at Three Notch Theatre at 21744 South Coral Drive in Lexington Park.
Firehouse Subs has donated an automated external defibrillator to the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office.
The American Red Cross is holding blood donation opportunities in September in Southern Maryland.
St. Mary’s County, Md., residents can pick up free mulch at the St. Andrew’s Landfill during regular operating hours. Bring your own shovel. Call for availability at 301-863-8400.
With the help of the St. Mary’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation, the Lions Club is now making it easier than ever to donate used eyeglasses and hearing aids to people in need.
Whether you’re a Level 8 or you’ve just downloaded the game, there will be a chance to catch ‘em all at the first-ever Pokemon in the Park from 7 to 10 pm Saturday, Sept. 17, at Chancellor’s Run Regional Park.
The Great Mills swimming pool will close from Sept. 6 to 16 for routine seasonal maintenance.
Compass Systems Inc. enters the aerospace industry with acquisition of AS9100c status.
St. Mary’s County Chamber of Commerce hires Paul Junge as its new president and CEO.
John G. Lancaster Park is about to get a whole lot better. Long-awaited improvements at the park, located in Lexington Park, are underway. Crews are constructing two multi-purpose athletic fields, a parking lot that will fit 120 cars, a new entrance road to the park and even road improvements along Willows Road.