Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Prince George’s County Deltas to Host Holiday Dinner Dance Gala

The nonprofit Prince George’s County Delta Alumnae Foundation will host its annual Holiday Splendor Dinner Dance Gala on Dec. 5 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30...

MGM Internship Programs Guarantee Employment at National Harbor

MGM National Harbor, currently under construction in Oxon Hill, Md., will soon employ some graduates of MGM’s internship programs. According to Adam Miller, college relations...

Baseball Field Renamed After First Black Athlete in Lanham Boys Club

In 1959, seven-year-old Bryan Broadie insisted that his mother take him to the local baseball field where only White children played. His insistence paid...

Md. Students Barred Over Missing Vaccinations

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) — More than 400 students in Prince George's County were barred from returning to school Nov. 5 because they hadn't...

Maryland Residents Got An Early Start For Midterm Elections

Voters in Prince George’s County hit the ground running by casting their ballots early on Election Day. At the Hyattsville Public Library in Hyattsville, there...

Hogan Defeats Brown

COLLEGE PARK, Md.—For weeks, possibly months, the talk had been how Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown would soon become the nation’s third black governor. ...

Entrepreneurial Twins Pursuing Their Dream at Bowie State

Twin sisters Kristy and Krista Williams are building on their passion to start a business and help their community, while also pursuing the Master...

Prince George’s NAACP Hosts Hester V. King Freedom Fund Gala

The Prince George’s County NAACP held its 26th Annual Hester V. King Freedom Fund Gala Oct. 19. The Gala supports the major programs of...

Prince George’s County Incorporates a New Brand

Officials and residents of Prince George’s County, Md. gathered, Oct. 27, at The Capital Wheel at National Harbor for the unveiling of a campaign...

Alsobrooks’ 5K Challenge Seeks to End Domestic Violence

Residents, community leaders and vendors from Prince George’s County and the District of Columbia gathered at the Paint Branch Park Trail in College Park,...

African American Museum Celebrates Maryland Emancipation Day

A family friendly production of Uncle Nace’s Day, written and directed by Jessica Smith with music by Clifton Brockington will occur on Nov. 1...

Montgomery County Students Construction Trades Foundation to Unveil the 39th Design House

For the past few years, students involved in the Montgomery County Students Construction Trades Foundation’s (CTF) programs have worked through the construction process to...