A pandemic and looming global recession is stressful, and can take a toll on one’s mental health.

Plans to commemorate the two-year mark of the Great Mills High School shooting, which shocked the community on March 20, 2018, after one student was killed and another injured by gunfire from a student who then took his own life, are now suspended with schools closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

As events in the county and across the globe are canceled in response to the novel coronavirus disease, the local health department has opened a call center for St. Mary’s County residents seeking information about the pandemic.

Exactly no one woke up this morning and thought, “I wonder what Meg has to say about COVID-19?”

Upcoming events to mark the season opening of Historic St. Mary’s City have been canceled due to fears surrounding COVID-19, but the museum will still be open for tours as planned later this month.

A clean community can lead to a healthy and happy community. That’s part of the impetus behind a community cleanup scheduled for this Saturday, March 14, in Lexington Park.

Three years ago Monday, I woke up feeling great. The best I’d felt in . . . almost nine months.

A local author who is a professor emeritus at the College of Southern Maryland released a new novel last month that focuses on two enslaved people and their master during the War of 1812.

Getting excited about a new website may seem quaint nowadays, but for the folks at a regional tourism and preservation organization, it’s worth some buzz.

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