June 29, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

Amber Drive Transforming into FDR Boulevard

FDR Blvd

The Lexington Park Master Plan calls for more road connections beyond FDR Boulevard — 16 connectors needed downtown.

Pool in Great Mills Reopens

GM Pool

Now that mechanical repairs have been completed, the Great Mills Swimming Pool has reopened for normal operations.

Election Judges Sought


Election judges are being sought for the April 26 Primary and Nov. 8 General Elections.

Soup Cook-Off at Tech Center Canceled


The Dr. James A. Forrest Career & Technology Center offers St. Mary’s a taste of what today’s and tomorrow’s chefs are cooking at its Soup Cook-Off, open to the public, March 2, 2016, in the school’s state-of-the-art kitchen.

You Know You’re From Lexington Park …

Lexington Park

Base Gate reopening helping Lexington Park businesses, Showtime Deli has an easy base access route in the morning as well.

Property Tax Abatement to Entice New Business

property tax abatement

SoMD Legislators seek authority for St. Mary’s County lift property taxes for 10 years to entice a new business to locate here.

Work Session Focuses on Economic Diversification


St. Mary’s County Economic Development Commission is working on a strategy to diversify the local economy, their next meeting Feb. 17, 2016, 6 pm.

Donate Blood at February Drives

Gift of Life

Winter can be a difficult time for blood donations to the American Red Cross. Bad weather and cold temperatures can keep donors from coming to blood drives, so the Red Cross is appealing to donors to stop by and donate blood at a February drive.

Training Set at Pax River NAS


For the first 12 days of February, Navy Security Forces at Patuxent River Naval Air Station will be participating in the annual Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield force protection training.

Showtime Deli Reopens in Lexington Park

Showtime Deli

Showtime Deli – Legendary Lexington Park eatery – reopens – serving breakfast and lunch from Great Mills Road — still owned & operated by descendants of legendary Lexington Park Founding Father Jack Gelrud.