Friday Aug 15
Drones being developed to deliver medical aid, not bombs
Unmanned aerial vehicles could one day be used to help deliver medical aid and other necessities to needy individuals in hard-to-reach areas.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Maryland woman arrested for breaking father-in-law's windows because it 'was fun'
An officer from the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office was summoned to a home in Leonardtown after getting a report about property destruction.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
University of Maryland Medical Center opens domestic violence center
The Bridge Project at UMMC was launched with a $50,000 grant from the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention and a $20,000 grant from Verizon .
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Quest goes on in St. Marya s to get best gadget for detecting bogus ID cards
Equipping St. Mary's bouncers, bartenders and package-goods cashiers with the most convenient and conclusive way to check the validity of a customer's identification card can start with product research, and spill over into global economic policy.
Program to represent defendants at bond hearings underway
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 Aug 04, 2014
Parking spaces designated for Purple Heart veterans
St. Mary's County government will be adding designated parking for wounded veterans at all of its facilities, the commissioners agreed Tuesday.
Assault on police alleged at St. Marya s hospital
A Great Mills man is accused in court papers of assaulting three St. Mary's law officers on Thursday at MedStar St. Mary's Hospital in Leonardtown, where they eventually took him into custody after he shrugged off repeated jolts from a stun gun.
Lexington Park woman charged with assaulting deputies
Carla Evette Blanton, 44, of Lexington Park was released from custody on personal recognizance after her arrest on charging papers alleging she assaulted three St. Mary's sheriff's deputies on Saturday after she also attacked her companion.
Coast Guard trying to track hoax calls from Leonardtown
The U.S. Coast Guard in Baltimore sought the public's help this week in finding someone who the agency alleges made 11 false distress calls over a marine-band radio signal from the Leonardtown area on June 11, and several more calls this month.