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Leonardtown, Maryland is located in St Marys County. Zip codes in Leonardtown, MD include 20650. The median home price in Leonardtown is $362,900 which is roughly $151/per square foot. More Leonardtown information.

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Tuesday | The Enterprise

St. Marya s carjacker sentenced to 37 years in prison

A Mechanicsville man was sentenced last Thursday to serve 37 years in prison from his guilty pleas to armed carjacking and first-degree assault from a July 2013 confrontation with a former girlfriend who was repeatedly stabbed outside a school.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

The Enterprise

St. Marya s school workers ask for a decenta pay

The public hearing on the St. Mary's County commissioners' next budget was lightly attended Tuesday evening.

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The Enterprise

Trouble eyed on the outside of St. Marya s bars

There's plenty of incentive to behave in a tavern, such as the risks of offending one's companions, being cut off by the bartender or receiving an escort out the door by the bouncer.

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The Enterprise

Assault charge from barrack scuffle in Leonardtown dismissed

Misdemeanor assault and property destruction charges against a Waldorf man from a Christmas Eve 2012 scuffle at a police barrack in Leonardtown were dismissed Friday, after his lawyer filed a motion that the case was not tried within the time allowed.

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The Enterprise

Renovation could close Leonardtown library

The Leonardtown branch of the St. Mary's County Library is due for a renovation.

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Sat Apr 05, 2014

The Enterprise

Suspect found in St. Marya s home jailed on burglary charge

Gregory Allan Field, 27, of Mechanicsville remained in jail in lieu of $7,500 bond after a court hearing this week on charging papers alleging he broke into a Leonardtown area residence earlier this month and stole property valued at $500.

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The Enterprise

Walk a mile in high heels to make a point about violence against women

The fourth annual St. Mary's College of Maryland and Walden “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event to be held this Sunday, April 6, on the college's track seeks to increase awareness, empathy and expose misconceptions about violence toward women.

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The Enterprise

Wanted man shot himself, police say

St. Mary's sheriff's detectives who found a wanted man in the basement of a Leonardtown area home last Friday pleaded with him to drop a .22-caliber rifle, authorities report, before he shot himself in the head.

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The Enterprise

St. Marya s man charged in heroin conspiracy

A Leonardtown man has been released from custody on $100,000 bond after his arrest last week on charges of conspiring to possess heroin with the intent to distribute the drug, through a regional investigation led by Maryland State Police.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

The Enterprise

Leonardtown budget review planned April 14

The recommended budget for Leonardtown is online and a public hearing before final approval is scheduled April 14 at 4:15 p.m. to discuss how the town plans to spend money in the 2015 fiscal year, beginning July 1. View the budget at leonardtown.somd.com or call 301-475-9791.

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The Enterprise

Leonardtown woman charged with murder in drug overdose

St. Mary's grand jurors charged a Leonardtown woman on Wednesday with second-degree murder following a police investigation earlier this year of a man's drug overdose death, discovered when his body was delivered to a hospital.

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The Enterprise

Leonardtown pair jailed on burglary charges

A judge ordered Wednesday that Thomas Christopher Holt, 39, of Leonardtown be held in jail in lieu of 10 percent of $10,000 bond on charges from an alleged burglary the day before at a California home, where prescription medication was reported stolen.

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The Enterprise

Leonardtown first Friday activities move outdoors

Like an ode to long-awaited spring, Leonardtown will host this year's first outdoor First Friday tonight, April 4, with poetry readings at the North End Gallery.

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