Prince George's County News

    Rules Breaking Dentist Blazes Own Path

    Dr. Maurice Miles is a singularity in his chosen field of dentistry but that hasn’t stopped him from seeking to make change. “When friends and colleagues say I’m breaking all the rules, I say only...

    The Fit Father’s Day Event

    Rain or Shine this event is free and open to the public.The  2nd annunal Fit Father's Day event is about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. This great community event is celebrating Father's...

    Local Community Pairs with Police in Crime Walk

    Forty participants and members of the Prince George’s County police department participated on June 6 in the 8th Annual Crime Walk in the Surratts-Garden Community in Clinton. The community houses 303 homes and continues...

    Artworks Express Current Black Dilemmas Motivated by Unlikely Source

      Local artists created multimedia works to express the modern mental plight of Black Americans, as a result of slavery and years of discrimination, yet what inspires the pieces may seem unrelated. These artists bring an...

    ‘Girls Who Will’ Summer Camp Offers Computer Science Education for Girls

    Girls Who Will, a computer science education program for middle- and high-school girls in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia areas, will hold its 2015 session from June 29 to July 10. The camp meets...

    American Film Institute Film Festival

    The American Film Institute will hold its AFI DOCS 2015 Film Festival, a five day international documentary film festival, from June 17 to June 21. The festival takes place at landmark venues in the...

    Evangel Assembly of God Hosts Collective Empowerment Group Conference

    The Collective Empowerment Group (CEG) made its way to Temple Hills, Md. to host a multi-tiered conference on finance, credit, and corporation between law enforcement and the youth. The conference was hosted at the...

    New Laurel Library to Offer High-Tech Learning Tools

    Prince George’s County Memorial Library System held a ground-breaking ceremony recently for its new 31,000-square-foot Laurel Library building, almost twice the size of the original structure. The new building will replace the current building...

    Prince George’s Residents Unsure about O’Malley’s Presidential Bid

    Prince George's County has come through for a former governor of Maryland Martin O'Malley in his gubernatorial election and re-election bids. However, residents are ambivalent about his campaign for the White House. On May 30, O'Malley...

    Meet Jason Reynolds: Maryland Native Turned simonandschuster.com New York Author

    From a small town in Oxon Hill, Md., Jason Reynolds knew he wanted to become a poet at age 8. At 31, Reynolds lives his dream and continues to invent future work as a...

    Stage Play: ‘Conversations In Faith’

    Union Bethel AME Church will host the stage play “Conversations In Faith” on June 13 at Asbury United Methodist Church, 4004 Accokeek Road, from 2 p.m. 4 p.m. Doors will open at 1 p.m....

    African American History and Culture Public Hearing

    The Maryland Commission of African American History and Culture (MCAAHC) will hold a public meeting on June 1 at 11 a.m. at Prince George’s County Community College, 301 Largo Road in Accokeek Hall, Room...

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