June 20, 2018

Lex Park Biz & Community Meet June 10

Topics for discussion include a brief St. Mary’s County economic overview & status of development at the County’s regional airport.

Krispy Kreme Coming to Lexington Park

Newcomers and make-overs are refining and re-defining Lexington Park, MD, business corridors.

Vote for Your Favorite of 17 Innovators, May 13

blue crab on a net

It’s the Crab Pot Pitch and the People’s Choice will move onward to judges awarding cash prizes and opportunities for innovation in So. MD.

Business Growing in Lexington Park

Taylor Gas Breaks Ground

New projects, big contracts for businesses along Great Mills Road grow the economy of Lexington Park, MD.

MD Rt 4 Bridge Alternatives Presented April 22

flagging

View alternative plans to improve MD Rt. 4 from Solomons to Rt. 235, including the Thomas Johnson Bridge, the 235 intersection and the need for sidewalks.

Growth Slow in Lexington Park & South

Nearly half the commercial properties in Lexington Park and southward fell in value during the past three years, but total cash value modestly increased.

DQ’s Coming, Rita’s is Leaving

Dairy Queen is slated to open in the former Arby’s restaurant on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park, MD, but Rita’s Italian Ice a few doors down will not open for a new season.

What’s Going Where Outside Pax Gate 1-Gate 2?

A Dairy Queen outside Gate 2 and Blue Wind’s Rob Plant’s new Elements Restaurant and Mixology around the corner from Gate 1.

St. Mary’s Renews Support for SMIT

A county agreement secures staffing for the SoMd Innovation and Technology Initiative (SMIT) out of the Md.Technology Development Corp (TEDCO)

New Liquor Store Denied on Great Mills Road

St. Mary’s County Alcoholic Beverages Board unanimous denied a request for a new liquor store to replace Long John Silver/A&W on Great Mills Road.