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Expedition Park is home to defense companies that are located in St, Mary's County, Md., to be near Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park.  Staff Photo by Mark Gail

Expedition Park is home to defense companies that are located in St, Mary's County, Md., to be near Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park. Staff Photo by Mark Gail

The two lane Thomas Johnson bridge crosses the Patuxent River from Calvert County side to St. Mary's County.    Staff Photo by Mark Gail

The two lane Thomas Johnson bridge crosses the Patuxent River from Calvert County side to St. Mary's County. Staff Photo by Mark Gail

From left, James Webster, 5, Ethan Thorn, 5, and Chris Thorn  watch the air show at Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md.  Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

From left, James Webster, 5, Ethan Thorn, 5, and Chris Thorn watch the air show at Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md. Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

Air show at Patusent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md., featuring the Blue Angels. Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

Air show at Patusent River Naval Air Station in Lexington Park, Md., featuring the Blue Angels. Photo by James A. Parcell/For The Washington Post

Live crabs during the annual crab festival in Leonardtown, Md.  Staff Photo by Kevin Clark

Live crabs during the annual crab festival in Leonardtown, Md. Staff Photo by Kevin Clark

Mark Tayac sets the beat for an American Indian dance during a festival at historic St. Mary's City. Staff Photo by S. Wilkinson

Mark Tayac sets the beat for an American Indian dance during a festival at historic St. Mary's City. Staff Photo by S. Wilkinson

Avg Home Sold Price
$229,096

Last six months

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Avg Monthly Rent
$1,303

Based on 1Bd, 1 Bath

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Demographics

Population
4,483
Population Change Since 2000
20%
Population Change Since 1990
42%
Population Density
124
Median Annual Household Income
$99,285
Change in Avg Income Since 2000
42%
Change in Avg Income Since 1990
95%
Households with Children
39.0%
Avg Residents per Home
3.1
Median Age
33
Married
66%
Single
25%
Divorced
10%

Real Estate

Owner-Occupied Homes
85%
Renter-Occupied Homes
12%
Vacant Homes
4%
Median Years in Residence
3.6
Annual Residential Turnover
9%
Median Age of Homes (Years)
19

Transportation

Average Commute Time
32.3 min
Distance to Nearest Airport (Mile)
32.0
Drive/Carpool
91%
Public Transit
2%
Walk/Bike/Other
3%
Work at Home
4%

Data Provided by Onboard Informatics. Neighborhood Site Index

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Police: Maryland shootings random; evoked DC sniper memories

Police: Maryland shootings random; evoked DC sniper memories

A man accused of firing at five public places in Maryland, including a building at the National Security Agency, chose his targets at random, police said Wednesday.

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