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53-year-old man shot to death at Lexington Park in St. Mary's County

WASHINGTON, DC (7News) — A 53-year-old man died after he was shot multiple times Tuesday in St. Mary's County, police said. The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office said that they arrived to the 21600 block of Great Mills road in Lexington Park around 5:52 p.m. Tuesday and found the man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Lifesaving measures were attempted, and the victim was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead, police added.
LEXINGTON PARK, MD
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St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office On View Arrests And Warrants Served

Drug Arrest- On July 17, 2022, Dep. Budd was in the 46000 block of Yorktown Road in Lexington Park, for a warrant service and made contact with Xavier Lavale Fields, age 30 of Hollywood. Fields was operating a vehicle, and located inside the vehicle was a baggie containing suspected cocaine, a scale and empty packaging bags. Fields was arrested and charged with CDS: Possession-Not Marijuana and served outstanding warrants for Burglary and Violation of Protective Order.
LEXINGTON PARK, MD
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Pair Busted By Police K9 With Crack Cocaine, Pot, Paraphernalia During Lusby Stop: Sheriff

A routine traffic stop in Maryland led to the arrest of a man and woman who were busted with drugs by a police K9 in Calvert County, authorities announced. Lusby residents Kevin Casswell Gregory, 41, and Alexa Kirsten Freemen, were arrested by members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office following a stop in the area of Laurel Way near the intersection of Bay View Drive in Lusby for a vehicle and traffic violation.
LUSBY, MD

Corps of Engineers awards contract to dredge, and rehabilitate jetty at Fishing Creek

CHESAPEAKE BEACH, Md. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Baltimore District, has awarded a $3.17 million contract to White Lake Dock and Dredge, Inc., a Small Business out of North Shores, Michigan, for maintenance dredging and southern jetty rehabilitation for the Fishing Creek Federal navigation channel. The project, in coordination with the Town of Chesapeake Beach, […]
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Paddle On offers convenient, easy recreational water access

Exploring and playing on waterways has never been easier or more affordable since Lauren James and Brad Smith launched their newest business venture, Paddle On. Paddle On is a self-sufficient paddle board and kayak rental service at Windmill Point Marina in White Stone and Horn Harbor Restaurant in Burgess. Smith,...
BURGESS, VA
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Paparella and Chamber exchange well wishes

KILMARNOCK—The Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, August 4, bid a fond farewell to former executive director Anne Paparella, who resigned the position to take a job in Richmond. Speaking on behalf of the Chamber at a farewell reception at Good Luck Cellars, president Justin Burke...
LANCASTER, VA

MQ-8 Fire Scout demonstrates expeditionary capability during Navy exercise

Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Md.– The Navy’s MQ-8C Fire Scout recently supported an Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations (EABO) exercise off the coast of California, demonstrating its capability to transition from ship to shore in a maritime environment. The MQ-8C Fire Scout participated in the Resolute Hunter exercise June 21-July 1, flying a total of […]
CALIFORNIA, MD
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Country meets rock and soul

RTC Band (above) will be featured on the Music by the River stage from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, August 13, at Belle Isle State Park, 1632 Belle Isle Road, Lancaster. The band is recognized throughout the Richmond area for covering a variety of music: country, classic and Southern rock, beach music, funk, soul and Motown. Picnics are welcome. A limited number of picnic tables will be available. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. Sponsored by the Friends of Belle Isle, the show is free. However, there is a $5 parking fee payable at the park entrance.
LANCASTER, VA
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