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When Charles Dickens first published “A Christmas Carol” in 1843, he likely never imagined an author as wild and as whimsical as Dr. Seuss. Nevertheless, “A Christmas Carol” is a timeless story that is as flexible as it is poignant, and it can fit into anytime anywhere greed threatens to tak…

The College of Southern Maryland and Baldus Real Estate agents Sandy Fehl and Bob Johnston, a CSM Class of 1981 alumnus, have enjoyed a longtime connection and commitment to each other’s success. This fall, Fehl and Johnston made a decision to take their association with the college to the n…

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Twenty-seven years have passed since Rose Emory, a civilian contractor, lost her life at Naval Air Station Patuxent River in a tragic accident involving the crash of an F/A-18 Hornet. But a loving sister is making sure her memory lives on.

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Visit the Hearth and Home event at Historic St. Mary’s City on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29 and 30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., where families can explore the skills that allowed people over three hundred years ago to weather the cold and survive. Appropriately, the theme of this year is “Gettin…

Legionnaires from St. Mary’s County American Legion posts conducted the Flags for First Graders Program at Dynard Elementary, Mother Catherine Academy, Father Andrew White, Capt. Walter Francis Duke Elementary, Benjamin Banneker Elementary, Green Holly Elementary and St. John’s Schools on No…

St. Mary’s College of Maryland was awarded its first National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Program grant using lead investigator Assistant Professor of Biochemistry Shanen Sherrer’s expertise on circular dichroism spectroscopy.

The College of Southern Maryland presents an exhibition featuring the work of photographer Lisa Elmaleh, who documented her life in photographs in the rural outskirts of Paw Paw, West Virginia, as she learned to live more deliberately. "the Lightness and the Dark" is on display in the Tony H…

The Maryland Writers’ Association created the Writers’ Round Table Program to encourage writers, poets, playwrights and authors through monthly articles and activities.

The College of Southern Maryland continues to make it easier, and more affordable, for CSM graduates to continue their academic journey to a four-year institution. CSM graduates who meet certain criteria are now given priority enrollment or guaranteed admission into 46 colleges and universit…

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La Plata resident Garth Bowling said he hopes his new book, more than 40 years in the making, will help people see the history that lies within their communities and their families.