Prince George’s County News

  • Frederick Douglass High School Wins First State Title

    For the first time in school history, Frederick Douglass High School football team took home the 2A State Championship trophy after defeating the Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School 38-0 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore Dec. 6. Douglas came into the game as the underdogs, with Dunbar having ...

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  • Troy Berry, Charles County’s First Black Sheriff

    Charles County, Md. swore in Troy Berry Dec. 2, the county’s first African American sheriff in the office’s 356-year history. Berry told NBC, “There’s a single reason I entered the political race — to become sheriff of Charles County.  I was not trying to make history, I was trying to ...

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  • AKAs Hold HBCU Fair in Suitland

    Beltway Church of Christ in Suitland, Md. along with the Upsilon Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority from Fort Washington, Md. hosted an HBCU College Fair on Nov. 15 to help students choose a college and to emphasize that HBCUs are still significant in today’s society. “A ...

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  • Small Business Saturday

    Gwen McCall, President and CEO of the Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation, is encouraging all county residents to support local small businesses on Nov. 29. The day is dedicated as Small Business Saturday. The 5th Annual Small Business Saturday is a day to support the ...

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