The College of Southern Maryland since 2007 has offered micro-food pantries, named Hawk Feeders, at each of the community college’s four campuses to help address the short-term basic food needs any student may be experiencing.
The St. Mary’s Riding Club recently made its annual donation to the St. Mary’s County Library, adding new books and DVDs on horsemanship to the collection.
Leonardtown Baptist Church has new leadership, as Jason Pamblanco became senior pastor/staff elder for the St. Mary’s County congregation with approximately 300 members.
The College of Southern Maryland invites potential students to a Night of Engineering on Thursday, Oct. 17, at the college’s Leonardtown campus to learn about the college’s mechanical and electrical engineering partnership with the University of Maryland College Park and the Naval Air Warfar…
Fifteen years ago, an accident sent Brian Boyle into a fight for his life. Now his newborn son, Liam, faces a similar battle, and the family is reaching out to the community that Boyle says have always been ardent supporters of theirs.
There will be some rocking and rolling going on this weekend, but if you’re looking for more relaxing musical entertainment, pianist Brian Ganz will perform 3 p.m., Sunday at the College of Southern Maryland’s Prince Frederick campus, 115 J.W. Williams Road in Prince Frederick.
In July of 2014, Jason Rezaian and his wife were detained in their Iranian home and he went on to spend 544 days in Tehran’s Evin prison, released on the same day that the historic nuclear deal between Iran and world powers was implemented. On Wednesday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m., former U.S. corre…
The College of Southern Maryland invites high school and college students interested in a career in education to a teacher education open house on Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Leonardtown campus.
The Maryland Writers’ Association created the Writers’ Round Table Program to encourage writers, poets, playwrights and authors through monthly articles and activities.
Take a greedy, frisky wife, a bumbling husband, a couple of quirky in-laws, a cup of cocoa and a deep root cellar and mix them all together and you end up with “The Murder Room,” a comical mystery by New Direction Community Theater.
The annual St. Mary’s County Fair Horse Show is organized by the St. Mary’s Riding Club. The show featured classes for riders of all ages and abilities. Thirty-eight classes, from lead line to working hunter, filled the day which drew 64 riders.
As Halloween approaches, we prepare to take delight in a slew of horror movies. Filled with blood and gore, supernatural terrors and creatures popping up from under beds, these entertainments are as fun and silly as they are scary.
St. Clement’s Island Museum, a historic site overseen by the St. Mary’s County Museum Division, recently worked with staff, clergy and parishioners at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church to return the historic communion rail back to its original home.
Edna Lockwood, the last historic sailing bugeye in the world, will be visiting Historic St. Mary’s City on Saturday, Sept. 28, during the RiverFest celebration as part of a National Park Service-funded heritage tour around the Chesapeake Bay.
The College of Southern Maryland was recently awarded a National Science Foundation grant for $258,912 to strengthen its cybersecurity program and to increase program enrollment.
Celebrating a legacy of Maryland leadership and decades of strong support for higher education, the College of Southern Maryland Foundation is launching an initiative to establish the Thomas V. “Mike” Miller Jr. Center for Leadership at CSM, according to a press release.
Laura Masur on Thursday, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m. will give the free public lecture, “Why Maryland? A Curious Tale of Jesuit Priests and an Unlikely Mission,” at Historic St. Mary’s City.