Thursday Jul 17
Man charged in MD sex sting is living in US illegally
Man charged in MD sex sting is living in US illegally A man living illegally in the US has been arrested in Frederick, Maryland for soliciting sex for money.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
St. Marya s theft suspect found in woods, taken to hospital
A Leonardtown woman has been charged through a summons with theft in court papers alleging she stole two cell phones on Friday, before she was found during a search of a wooded area in northern St. Mary's and taken to a hospital.
CSM raises tuition 1.8 percent
The College of Southern Maryland is hiking tuition 1.8 percent beginning with the fall semester, an increase college President Brad Gottfried called modest and allows the college to do what it needs to without affecting students too much.
St. Marya s roads to be repaved in the fall
The St. Mary's County government awarded a contract Monday to resurface 8.5 miles of local roads, and to repair potholes left by a harsh winter.
In St. Marya s history, July 4 celebrations sometimes fizzled
Franklin Square Band will perform 7-10 p.m. Food and beverages are available for purchase.
Lawyers phased into first round of suspectsa bond hearings
Two years after Maryland's highest court ruled that arrested suspects are entitled to a lawyer at their first bond hearing, and after two sessions where state lawmakers wrangled with that ruling, new procedures to comply with the order are now in play.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Exploring Home Grown Farm Market in Lexington Park
Six-year-old Jacob Wathen of Valley Lee and 4-year-old Macy VanAbbema of Leonardtown learn to milk with an artificial udder Wednesday during their visit to the Home Grown Farm Market in Lexington Park while participating in the summer More to Explore passport program.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
All About Jazz
EVENT: Stephanie Jordan Performs with Chesapeake Orchestra for July 4 River Concert Series
Jazz vocalist Stephanie Jordan is scheduled to perform with the Chesapeake Orchestra at St. Mary's College of Maryland, Leonardtown, Maryland on Friday, July 4, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
West Virginia Metro
State Board of Education announces permanent State Superintendent
A day after naming Chuck Heinlein state school superintendent on a temporary basis, the West Virginia Board of Education has announced a permanent replacement.