Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

GSA Donates Computers to Prince George’s Schools

The federal agency, General Services Administration (GSA), got in the county’s good graces recently as it donated computers to Suitland High School. “Today, we are...

Bowie State University’s Arts Center Opens to Public

Bowie State University has inked a partnership with Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission that aims to let Maryland residents take advantage of arts...

Minority Medical Marijuana License Deal Goes Up In Smoke

A last minute compromise that would have provided up to five medical marijuana licenses to minority companies fell apart at the last minute as...

Fiscal Year 2015 Public Budget Hearing Held in Oxon Hill

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III traveled to Oxon Hill High School Jan. 28 for the first of three public hearings to...

The Search for Downtown Prince George’s

Some locals may consider Largo to be downtown Prince George’s County with its town center and hot restaurants such as Carolina Kitchen. Others say...

Prince George’s Community College Hosts Career and Job Fair

On Oct. 23, Prince George’s Community College will sponsor a Prince George’s County Career and Job Fair. The job fair will be held at...

University of Maryland Computer Breach Exposes Personal Information of More Than 300,000

A computer breach at the University of Maryland exposed the personal information of more than 300,000 faculty, staff, students and affiliated personnel from the...

Prince George’s County, MD: Officer Dead in Shooting Near Police Station; Answers Sought

CHEVERLY, Md. (AP) — Police and the public were seeking answers Monday after a gunman opened fire outside a police station in a Maryland...

Former School Principal Dwight Jefferson Found Not Guilty of Charges

After hours of deliberation for a verdict, the jury in the State v. Dwight Jefferson case found the former principal not guilty of child...

Center for Minority Business Development to Hold Conference Next Month

Prince George’s Community College’s Center for Minority Business Development (CMBD) will hold a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Procurement and Business Development Conference April 26...

Police Investigating 2 Homicides

Prince George's County Police are investigating two unrelated homicides. The department said in a news release that the first slaying occurred late Dec. 30, 2016...

FAME Anniversary, Benefit Concert

The Foundation of Advancement of Music and Education will hold its 11th Anniversary and Awards Celebration on July 23 at the Newton White Mansion,...