Prince George's County News

    Jack and Jill National Harbor Chapter Host the Sparkle Walk for Heart Health

    The Jack and Jill of America Foundation helps children prepare for the world through mentorship and training. The organization, founded in 1938 to support Black families, has chapters across the United States. The National...

    AKAs’ Upsilon Tau Omega Chapter to Host Third Annual Teen Dating Violence Awareness Walk

    The Upsilon Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, will host its third annual “Teen Dating Violence Awareness Walk,” on March 28 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Prince George’s County,...

    Bowling for Our Communities

    AMF and Negro League Legends Hall of Fame will host a “Bowling For Our Communities” event at the Laurel AMF Bowling Lanes, 15013 Baltimore Avenue North from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on March...

    Maryland Residents, Business Owners Fear County Leadership Crisis

    The Maryland Business-Clergy Partnership and The Prince George’s Contractors and Business Association held an Emergency Town Hall meeting and panel discussion. Participants leveled an extensive inventory of grievances, including systematic discrimination against African-American contractors...

    Bowie State’s HCBU Presidents’ Forum

    In honor of their 150th anniversary as a HBCU, Bowie State University hosted a presidents' forum with present and past HBCU presidents to discuss various topics. There were four speakers: Bennett College President Dr....

    Black College Expo Comes To Maryland

    The Black College Expo is back on the road, stopping in five different states. On March 14, the BCE and the National College Resources Foundation, made its way to Bowie, Md. to host their...

    Edwards’ Seat is Up for Grabs

    The recent decision by Rep. Donna Edwards to run for the U.S. Senate in 2016 has produced a crop of politicians who have declared for her House seat or are considering a run for it. Edwards is running in...

    National College Resources Foundation to Host Black College Expo

    The National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) will host the 12th Annual Black College Expo (BCE) on March 14 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Bowie State University (Gym), 14000 Jericho Park Road....

    First Baptist Seminar on Domestic Violence

    The First Baptist Church of College Park will hold its first seminar for the church’s newly established ministry, The Family Institute on March 28. The seminar will address Domestic Violence with the theme, Broken...

    Memorial Service Scheduled for Prince George’s Officer Killed in Crash

    A memorial service was scheduled for March 12 for a Prince George's County Police officer who died after crashing his cruiser in Lanham. The viewing for 26-year-old Officer Brennan Rabain was held at 3 p.m....

    Prince George’s Seeks to Improve Health Outcomes

    Caroline Adderly of Landover walks with a cane and has a chronic health issue that has yet to be cured. “I’ve been suffering with a long time ailment. I’ve been from D.C. to Virginia...

    Prince George’s Residents Ponder Mikulski’s Replacement

    There is widespread talk among political activists and politicians in Prince George's County, Md. about who will succeed U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D). Some think her successor should be a county resident and possibly an African American. Mikulski announced...

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