Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Grants Expected to Improve Select County’s Fire Departments

Maryland Sens. Chris Van Hollen (D) and Ben Cardin (D) announced that several counties, including Baltimore County and Prince George’s County, would be awarded...

Wiseman’s Appointment Reduces Number of Blacks on Board of Education

Donna L. Wiseman, the former Dean of the School of Education at the University of Maryland, was sworn in on Aug. 9 to fill...

Trash a Hot Topic on Campaign Trail

In Prince George’s County, trash has become a leading issue in the upcoming elections. First it was Maryland State Sen. C. Anthony Muse, running for...

Police Arrest 1 Suspect of Metro Shooting, Looking for 3 More

Authorities say one of four people wanted in connection with a shooting aboard a Metro red line train in Takoma Park, which is located...

Black Republican Believes Primary A Slam Dunk

Minister Roussan “Rou” Etienne Jr. is a spiritual man who likes to invoke scripture and Bible stories in his personal and professional life. Now,...

Focused on Your Future Christian Life Ministries Hosts ‘I Am Who God Says...

The 2017 “I Am Who God Says I Am” Women’s Conference is scheduled to be hosted by Focused on Your Future Christian Life Ministries...

Alsobrooks Steps Up to Help County Fulfill Its Promise

Surrounded by family, friends, and supporters in front of the house where she grew up in Camp Springs, Md., Prince George's County State's Attorney...

Area Evangelists Crusade to N.C. to Spread Gospel

For decades Ed and Jackie Maxwell, who live in Clinton, Md. have traveled around the country to attend crusades even though most of those...

Father Pleads Guilty in Infant Son’s Death

A Maryland man has pleaded guilty in the death of his infant son. The Prince George's County State's Attorney's office announced on Aug. 2 that...

Living Pure Ministries Singles Paint Party

On Aug. 5, Living Pure Ministries is hosting a singles paint party from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. at the Capitol Heights Community Room,...

Council Considers Public Financing Option for Elections

Attempting to strip away one of the major advantages of incumbency, the Prince George’s County Council is considering a measure to provide public financing...

Are Cab Drivers Safe in Greenbelt?

A Black D.C. cab driver was robbed at gunpoint in Greenbelt, Md. around midnight on July 19, according to a Greenbelt police officer. Police...