As the sound of pile driver at the Edward St. John’s Learning and Teaching Center construction site boomed across Campus Drive, officials broke ground Friday morning on another project: a bioengineering building aimed at forwarding research in a relatively new field.
Legacy and keeping an eye toward the future were the themes of the afternoon at the NAACP Calvert County chapter’s annual fall luncheon, held Nov. 1 at the Rod’N’Reel Restaurant in Chesapeake Beach.
It is my greatest honor to represent Maryland’s Fifth District in Congress, and I thank voters for choosing to re-elect me to serve on their behalf.
The final weekend before the November 4th General Election featured a flurry of activities from candidates and parties
I was proud to join Marylanders throughout the Fifth District this weekend to emphasize the importance of Tuesday’s election and to energize everyone to exercise their right to vote.
Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md., 5th) said Thursday the Department of Defense has formally objected to the wind turbine project across the Chesapeake Bay in Somerset County.
United States Congressman Steny H. Hoyer came to North Point High School Thursday, Oct. 30 and was impressed by what he saw in John Hollyfield’s Technology and Education class.
Congressman Steny H. Hoyer delivered remarks at an "Early Vote" event with Hillary Rodham Clinton to support the Brown-Ulman campaign at Ritchie Coliseum on the University of Maryland's campus.
I am honored to receive the support of these organizations that represent the best federal workforce in the world. I am proud to represent over 62,000 federal employees in the Fifth District, which is home to a number of federal facilities.
These hard working men and women have made our country the most prosperous nation in the world, and I’m very pleased to receive their endorsement.