Cutline for photo: The Board of Education at its Jan. 14 meeting honored five Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) staff members for their commitment to student success and support of the school system. Honored by the Board, from left, were Shanelle Savoy, technology facilitator at Eva Turner Elementary School; Barbara Brandau, special education teacher at Dr. Thomas L. Higdon Elementary School; Kimberley Sheckells, third-grade teacher at Berry Elementary School; Keri Mona, instructional assistant at Piccowaxen Middle School; and Leslie Schroeck, resource teacher at La Plata High School. Image courtesy of the Charles County Public schools

Charles County Educators honored for commitment to students by Board of Ed

News Release, Charles County Public Schools La Plata, MD- The Board of Education at its Jan. 14 meeting honored five

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Proposed rollbacks to a national environmental law known as NEPA would restrict the public's ability to speak out against large infrastructure projects such as oil pipelines. (Adobe Stock)

Environmental Law Overhaul Could be Dire for Places that Need It Most

By: Diane Bernard, Public News Service ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Critics are pushing back on a new Trump administration plan to

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Cutline for photo: The Board of Education at its Jan. 14 meeting honored five Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) students for accomplishments in the areas of academic achievement, career readiness and personal responsibility. Honored, from left, were Hannah Piazza, La Plata High School senior; Aiden Gibney, Piccowaxen Middle School eighth grader; Israel Rodriguez, Berry Elementary School fifth grader; Anthony Clark, Dr. Thomas L. Higdon Elementary School fifth grader; and Shayna Jaigobin, Eva Turner Elementary School fifth grader. IMage courtesy of the Charles County Public Schools

Five Charles County Students honored by Board for accomplishments

News Release, Charles County Public Schools La Plata, MD- The Board of Education of Charles County honored five Charles County

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The Nonprofit Institute at the College of Southern Maryland hosts an annual conference to benefit those involved with nonprofit work in the region. This year’s conference, entitled 'Vision 2020: Roadmap to Clarity,' will be held Feb. 20. Image courtesy of the College of Southern Maryland

‘Vision 2020: Roadmap to Clarity’ Guides Nonprofit Institute at CSM’s 10th Annual Conference Feb. 20

News Release, College of Southern Maryland La Plata, MD- Regional nonprofit organizations will learn to map a road to clarity

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