Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Mental Health: An Ongoing Black Crisis

Prince George's County Council member Karen Toles served as moderator of the "Changing Minds Mental Health Conference: The State of Mental Health in the...

1 Dead After House Fire in Bowie

Authorities say one person has been found dead inside a house that caught fire in Bowie, Md. Prince George's County Fire Department spokesman Mark Brady...

West Nile Virus Mosquito Pool Found in Capitol Heights

Health and agriculture officials say West Nile virus has been detected in a mosquito pool in Prince George's County, the first such pool found...

Churches Shed Light on Renewable Energy

When the moderator said “Let There Be Light,” a collective cheer went up from the nearly 100 people who gathered July 26 at Southern...

Decoy Lounge in Clinton

Prince George’s County is home to several leisure spots that make it possible for residents to relax and have fun without taking the journey...

The PG Valor Basketball Team Announces First Open Tryout

The American Basketball Association (ABA) expansion team and Prince George’s County’s first professional basketball team will be hosting their first open tryout for their...

Man Accused of Robbing ‘Pokemon Go’ Players on U-Md. Campus

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — A man accused of robbing three "Pokemon Go" players on the University of Maryland's College Park campus has been...

Half Note Serves as Dining, Entertainment Suburban Spot

Derric E. Thomas, Esq., owner of Half Note Restaurant and Lounge in Bowie, Maryland, is comfortable remaining outside of Washington, D.C. “The D.C. market...

Hogan Appoints 3 Judges to District Court

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) recently appointed three judges, two of which are African American to the Prince George's County District Court. Hogan announced the...

Maryland Gives Out $1.3M in Public Safety Grants

Throughout July public safety grants were given to police and service departments across Maryland from the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention. The...

Non-Profit Leaders Detail Plans for Grant Money

On July 13, Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III and Kevin M. Maxwell, Prince George's County Public Schools' CEO, recognized nine non-profits that...

Temple Hills Man Pleads Guilty to Assaulting A Police Officer

Danny Lee Harvell pled guilty on July 19 to two counts of first degree assault and possession to distribute marijuana. He faces 25 years...