A California man who was charged with second-degree murder last month for allegedly providing a fatal dose of fentanyl to Christian Scott Ellis in 2018 was ordered to remain in the county detention center after his lawyer requested a bond review.
Thirty candidates have yet to be officially hired at St. Mary’s public schools after a new state-mandated background check went into effect this year, resulting in vacancies in school positions.
A former St. Mary’s County man who was living in Virginia was jailed Tuesday on allegations that he has been stalking his ex-wife, her new husband and their children.
Naja Fenwick, right, a sixth-grader at Esperanza Middle School, takes a bite out of her barbecue rib patty while sitting next to classmate Morgan Mattingly on Thursday during National School Lunch Week, a program St. Mary’s public schools participate in to bring positive attention to the sch…
A regional organization is hashing out short- and long-term plans to address transportation needs, including looking at transit and other ways to alleviate traffic congestion.
The College of Southern Maryland Connections Library Series welcomed Philip Metres, American poet and professor of English at John Carroll University, to a roundtable discussion before his poetry reading at the Leonardtown campus Friday night.
The St. Mary’s County Community Development Corporation, a nonprofit that leverages government funds to build infrastructure, has been working to open up the Colony Square neighborhood by building a connecting road from it across Willows Road to John G. Lancaster Park, but construction has b…
Participants in a town hall on Tuesday said educating elementary schoolers, learning from other students and being nosy are a few ways the community can combat substance abuse among young people.
Bryar Clarke, a sixth-grader at Esperanza Middle School, just finished his barbecue rib sandwich on Thursday during National School Lunch Week, an annual program St. Mary's public schools participates in to bring positive attention to the school lunches.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday over whether “D.C. sniper” Lee Boyd Malvo’s juvenile life sentences without parole in Virginia violated the constitutional prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment and thus should not stand.
Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that he was “furious” about the traffic backups around the Chesapeake Bay bridge in recent weeks that have resulted from a resurfacing project on the westbound span’s far right lane.
A student at the College of Southern Maryland said she feels safe when she is on campus. And more than half of the CSM students believe college officials could handle emergencies well, according to a 2018 report from the Maryland Higher Education Commission.
A 19-year-old Indian Head man was indicted and arrested on a first-degree murder charge alleging that he killed Thomas Edward Douglass, 63, in a fatal car accident in Mechanicsville last spring.
A Mechanicsville man who was charged with 10 assault counts in April for a road rage incident took a guilty plea to his driving under the influence charge and an amended plea to a reckless endangerment charge on Tuesday morning.
School officials continue to hash out the language of an equity policy before it is presented to the school board later this month.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources reported 2,341 crab-related violations across the state from 2013 through 2018. There were 27 types of infractions ranging from undersized crab possession to illegal harvesting methods.
A male driver was airlifted to a Prince George’s hospital after crashing into the front wall of The Green Door Tavern on Friday night, causing minor injuries to a band member who was playing inside.