March 2, 2024

Event Shines Light on Recovery


The annual St. Mary’s Goes Purple Walk for Recovery will be held from 9am to noon Saturday, September 9, 2023, in the Leonardtown Square. Early registration is recommended.

Lawmakers Support FBI Move to Maryland

Behavioral Health Unit

Congressman Steny H. Hoyer joined members of Maryland’s federal, state, and local governments and the NAACP urging the Biden administration to select Prince George’s County for the future FBI headquarters.

Overflow Festival Is Back — 4 Bands, 4 Locations


The Overflow Festival on June 12 will feature four bands at four locations … or tune in virtually.

NAACP Financial Planning Workshops Continue

St. Mary’s NAACP offers retirement planning workshop for women, May 18, 2013 at Country Inn & Suites in California

NAACP: Financial Planning Workshops for Women

Financial strategies is this week’s topic, preparing for retirement will be presented next week, May 18.

NAACP Eliminating Achievement Gaps Looks to Spring Ridge

St. Mary's County NAACP

Education and eliminating the achievement gap remain a NAACP priority; the recent Spring Ridge Middle School fire opens an opportunity to advance that goal.

Want to Stay in School? NAACP Says ‘BINGO!’

bingo balls

Join the NAACP at their Big Information Night to learn about Graduation Opportunities (BINGO) April 25 at Great Mills High School.

Harriet Tubman, Live at the Library

Harriet Tubman

Actress Joyce Harris portrays the prominent African American writer at the Lexington Park Library Feb. 23.

First Missionary Baptist Dances and Praises

MLK is remembered at the annual meeting of the United Committee for Afro-American Contributions in dance by members of First Missionary Baptist.

Col. Gregg to Headline 2012 NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet

Col.l (Ret.) Gregg Riley will speak on “The Power of One Vote” at this year’s Freedom Fund Banquet.