This week in the Southern Maryland News police briefs, read about a Waldorf pharmacist who is accused of distributing narcotics to an undercov…


Jeremiah Bookard, 6, left, and his best friend Zamont Basnight, 5, both of Lexington Park, enjoy one of the rides at the Ridge Volunteer Fire …

Bill Cameron of Hollywood stands next to his 1965 Ford Falcon convertible on Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Taste of Leonardtown event, which feat…

Great Mills to host Free Dentistry Day

Mark Tayac beats a drum and sings while James Edwards dances in the background on Saturday afternoon at Indigenous Heritage Day at Historic St…

Pete Himmelheber puts ink on lead pieces so he can print a document on the reproduction colonial printing press at Historic St. Mary's City on…

Debbie Tilton of Ridge smiles last Friday evening as she waits for the wheel to determine if anyone wins the current round at the Ridge carniv…

Axel Earley, 2, eats a treat on Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Taste of Leonardtown. Earley came to the annual event, which featured specials from…

This week's police briefs include a foiled laptop fencing in Waldorf, a bicyclist who was threatened with a shotgun in Lexington Park, a liquo…

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Fall marks the return of the National Football League, the winding down of Major League Baseball’s regular season, pumpkin spiced everything and the return — following a one-year hiatus — of county fairs.

She didn’t have much time to spare before the deadline, but Arielle Bruce’s submission was eventually picked as the cover for last year’s Charles County Fair guide. But because the county fair was canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Bruce’s artwork ended up on the cover of this…

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