U.S. Rep. Steny H. Hoyer announced the names of 12 5th District students appointed to the U.S. service academies.
The students, nominated by Hoyer, have accepted offers to the Air Force Academy, the Merchant Marine Academy, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the Naval Academy, which all require a nomination from an authorized nominating source.
Hoyer hosted a reception in their honor at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., where five of the 12 students attended.
Gil Bauserman, the owner of Maryland Airport in Indian Head, has few memories of his father, who started the airport in the 1940s and died when Bauserman was 6.
These three students have exhibited great personal character and academic achievement to earn an appointment to the U.S. Air Force Academy, and it was truly an honor and privilege to nominate them.
For the 28th year, former Maryland senator and longtime Patuxent River advocate Bernie Fowler and his allies gathered on its shores to symbolically assess its health and affirm their dedication to cleaning it up Sunday at the annual Patuxent River Wade-In.
For one night, the spotlight highlighted local businesses helping to foster economic development at the Leading Edge Awards, hosted by College of Southern Maryland at the Waldorf Jaycees Hall Wednesday, June 10.
Still licking their wounds from an overwhelming election defeat last November, St. Mary’s County Democrats assembled June 4 vowing to rise again.
As an osprey wheeled overhead in the sunny blue sky above Douglas Point State Resource Management Area, officials from federal, state and local governments made their case last week for the funding measure that made preservation of the riverfront tract possible.
As we observe the 45th anniversary of Earth Day today, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-5) announced that J. C. Parks Elementary School in Indian Head, Maryland has been recognized as one of the 2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon award honorees.
Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-5th) of Mechanicsville met April 2 with student leaders from Prince George’s County and elsewhere in the state, to discuss issues important to students attending higher education institutions in Maryland.
State leaders on both sides of the aisle unified their efforts Monday to bring thousands of jobs to Maryland.