Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Local Police Join Hope AME Church on Unity Walk

More than a hundred residents from the District of Columbia and Prince George's County gathered at the Eastover Shopping Center in Oxon Hill, Md....

Former Ernest Just Student Finishes Top of Her Class

Kayla Pasteur, 14, formerly of Ernest Everett Just Middle School in Mitchellville, Md., completed a week-long summer program, July 14-20, at Tuskegee University School...

Mighty Men of Valor Holds National Conference in Prince George’s County

The Mighty Men of Valor held their annual, two-day national conference at First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Upper Marlboro, Md. on Nov. 7-8. The...

Prince George’s County, Md. to Hold Ninth Annual Heritage Film Festival

The ninth annual Heritage Film Festival is set for April 17 to 19 at the South Bowie Library in Bowie, Md. The festival will showcase...

Police Officers Match Up in Remembrance of Slain Det. Jacai Colson

Police forces from around the nation got together to play in a weekend basketball tournament at Oxon Hill High School in Prince George’s County...

Prince George’s County Prepares for Summer Youth Employment

If Prince George’s County government officials and business leaders have their way, the county’s 15-19 year-olds will not only have jobs this summer, but...

Prince George’s Gas Station Murder Results in D.C. Man Getting 50 Yr. Prison Sentence

Washington, D.C. resident Duane Lamar Williams was sentenced to 50 years in prison on Dec. 11 after being found guilty of second-degree murder and...

Prince George’s Delegate Michael Vaughn Steps Down; Politicos Step Up to Take His Place

Michael Vaughn, a District 24 Democrat who served years in the Maryland House of Delegates, recently stepped down and several politically active residents are...

College Park Ponders Way Forward Following Killing of Collins

Richard W. Collins, III was killed in a stabbing while waiting at the bus stop below Annapolis Hall, University of Maryland, College Park, May...

Bowie Boy Makes Generous Hair Donation

Sept. 10, was a heroic day for 10-year-old Thomas Moore when he decided to chop off two-year’s worth of hair growth so that it...

Death Penalty Repeal Opponents Plan to Put Up Fight

ANNAPOLIS – One week after the Maryland Senate passed a bill to repeal the state’s death penalty, the House of Delegates is poised to...

Pr. George’s to Employ over 2,000 Youth this Summer

Given the dearth of employment and social outlets facing Prince George’s youth this summer, the county has announced a program that will employ nearly...