There was a time in Southern Maryland when students saw clear harbingers that summer was ending and school was looming. First and foremost, th…

If you compare the hurricane season to a football game, we’re only now coming up on halftime. Mother Nature likely hasn’t shown us the worst p…

The U.S. has spent a lot of money, and a lot of lives have been lost in Afghanistan since the post-9/11 invasion aimed at Osama bin Laden, Al …

Summer is a great time of year to take some time off from work and spend long days outside, lounging poolside or at a beach, nature park, wate…

Whether it’s blackberries that were picked fresh, succulent ears of sweet corn or juicy, home-grown tomatoes from a farm stand along a county …

Southern Maryland summers are hot. And in July, scorching temperatures and a sweltering, humid atmosphere, can sometimes feel like the earth i…

“The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This i…

While this time of year always fills us with a sense of pride, to see the Class of 2021 receiving degrees and diplomas we recognize just how s…

Memorial Day has passed and summer is straight ahead. There are many things to look forward to as area high schools have or currently are cele…

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has lifted statewide mask orders — including indoors in most instances.

For more the 70 years, May has been recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month. But as caregivers in the field will tell you, this past year …

In this edition of Southern Maryland News, we have a special section starting on Page 39 called “Summer Fun.” Around the newsroom, we are coll…

Spring is here and the planting season is underway throughout much of Maryland.

Well, for the second year in a row, we were not able to fully celebrate the birthday of our state thanks to this stubborn, all-encompassing pandemic.

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Fall marks the return of the National Football League, the winding down of Major League Baseball’s regular season, pumpkin spiced everything and the return — following a one-year hiatus — of county fairs.

She didn’t have much time to spare before the deadline, but Arielle Bruce’s submission was eventually picked as the cover for last year’s Charles County Fair guide. But because the county fair was canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Bruce’s artwork ended up on the cover of this…