Saluting a legacy of Maryland leadership and decades of strong support of higher education, the College of Southern Maryland Foundation raised nearly $300,000 to establish the Thomas V. “Mike” Miller Jr. Center for Leadership at CSM during a festive and celebratory evening of music, great fo…

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Lexi Maynor, 15, has been moving to her own beat since she was two years old, and now she’s tap danced her way into two national dance championships.

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…

Anytime a safe, nurturing opportunity is provided, allowing writers to share their literary works in public as well as grow in confidence and knowledge — history is made. That’s exactly what took place, Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Waldorf West Branch Library.

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

During the summer, middle school students unplugged for a week and got in touch with the great outdoors during Nature Inventor’s Workshop, a day camp that combines STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics — practices with activities like fishing, canoeing and making s’mores.

Historic St. Mary’s City on Saturday hosted Indigenous Heritage Day, a family event intended to celebrate Native American culture, specifically the Piscataway nation, a tribe that inhabited the Chesapeake and Tidewater regions of Maryland.

Whether you prefer watching your favorite teams in-person or on TV, tailgate season means it’s time to break out your party’s favorite foods from appetizers and snacks to all-out meals.

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The Devil is afoot in Salem, as neighbor turns against neighbor and one man’s sins come back to threaten his community in the Port Tobacco Players’ production of “The Crucible,” produced by Amy Wathen Cooksey and directed by Brian Dohonue. It runs Friday through Sunday from now until Oct. 6.…

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Michelle Ruble, College of Southern Maryland’s executive director of student life and athletics, has been named the president of the National Alliance of Two-Year College Athletic Administrators, according to a college news release. Ruble has played a pivotal role in putting CSM’s athletes a…

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This year marks the achievement of a milestone for one of the staples of Charles County. The Greater Waldorf Jaycees community center is celebrating 50 years of building, serving and improving the community.

The College of Southern Maryland recently announced its 2019-20 fine arts schedule — a collection of presentations best described by the German Composer Felix Mendelssohn’s quote, “The essence of the beautiful is unity in variety.” And variety is just what CSM has in store.

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

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Composition notebooks, binders, pencils, pens, crayons, glue sticks and 330 backpacks were among the hot items given away Saturday at Sky Zone of Waldorf, where several community partners came together to make a big difference for hundreds of families in need and help children start the scho…