“Not a sub-station,” says Lexington Park advocate Robin Finnacom, a police station with three holding cells and capable of gathering and safekeeping evidence.
The 2nd annual Lexington Park parade will close some streets on May 4, 2013 from 10 to 11 a.m. For more information phone 301-863-7700.
Comfort Inn & Suites has announced that it will sponsor the first float of the Lexington Park Business and Community Association‘s second annual Pride in the Park Parade.
The construction of FDR Boulevard between Great Mills Road and South Shangri-La Drive is finally underway.
Cherry Cove development will begin a revitalization effort potentially impacting nearly 90 acres at the intersection of Great Mills Road and Chancellors Run Road. The first piece, the East Run Health Care Center Building, is slated for the corner where Cherry Cove is now located.
Grapevine Antiques is the first place winner of the Lexington Park Business and Community Association’s fourth annual Holiday Display Contest.
The St. Mary’s County Community Development Corporation has entered an agreement with the Lexington Park Rescue Squad to work toward converting the current rescue squad building into a station for the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office when the squad moves to its new building next year.