July 14, 2024

3 Decades of Sheriff’s Office Leadership


A rare assembly of St. Mary’s County’s living sheriffs represents three decades of sheriff’s office leadership.

Cameron Next History on Tap Speaker

Final Salute Cameron

St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron is the next History on Tap speaker. The event will be from 6 to 8 pm Thursday, October 28, 2021.

County’s 1st School-Based Health Centers Open

Health Centers

The St. Mary’s County Equity Task Force announced the opening of the first school-based health center facilities in St. Mary’s County — at Spring Ridge Middle School and at Margaret Brent Middle School.

More District 4 Congratulations

District 4

Congratulations stream in on the opening of the St. Mary’s County sheriff’s District 4 station opening on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park, MD.

Volunteers Ready to Read to Children of Frontline Heroes


A new Reading for St. Mary’s Heroes initiative honors the service of frontline and essential workers of the COVID-19 pandemic, including health care providers, public health professionals, law enforcement, emergency medical services, firefighters, public works, teachers, grocery store workers, and others.

13 Burglaries & 2 Robberies Bring More Cops to Lex Park

13 burglaries

With 13 burglaries and two robberies, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is adding more uniformed officers and plain-clothed surveillance personnel in Lexington Park. The department is also looking for help from the community to locate what they believe are as many as half a dozen perpetrators.

Great Mills HS Suffers 17th US School Shooting in 2018

Great Mills HS

Great Mills High School in Lexington Park, Maryland, is at the top of the list — for March 20 — of the 17 school shootings in the US since the start of this year.

“Like” Walden, Thank the Governor

The not-for profit behavioral health organization gave Governor Larry Hogan a Facebook shout-out to for creating a Heroin and Opioid Emergency Task Force.

Sheriff Cameron Grand Marshall of ’14 Parade

There’s still time to join the Lexington Park Business and Community Association’s 3rd annual Pride in the Park Parade Saturday, May 3 at 10 am.

Community Policing Arrives in Lexington Park

The Lexington Park Business & Community Association introduces new community policing director Sgt. Clay Safford Wednesday night at Bay District firehouse. “Residents, business and property owners working with the Sheriff’s Office to take back the streets!”