Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Police From All Over Pay Homage to Adrian Morris

Police officers from throughout the mid-Atlantic region traveled to Woodstream Church in Mitchellville, Md. on Aug. 28 to pay their respects to Prince George’s...

New School Year Signals Season of Change in Prince George’s

The starts of the 2012-13 school year marks a season of change for Prince George’s County public schools. However, that doesn’t diminish the hope...

Officer Who “Loved” his Job Dies in the Line of Duty

To be a Prince George’s police officer was what Adrian Morris wanted to do from the time he was a teenager. Police officials say...

Top High School Students Awarded PGCC Board of Trustees’ Legacy Scholarships

Nine top performing Prince George’s County high school students have been awarded the Board of Trustees’ Legacy Scholarship at Prince George’s Community College. Each...

In the Quest to Draw More Souls, Turner Memorial AME Redefines Itself

Turner Memorial AME Church sits at a fork in the road of an unassuming community in Hyattsville, a transitioning church in a county full...

Killings Drop in Prince George’s

Prince George’s County law enforcement officials are reporting a record drop in homicides this year, a decrease they are attributing to new law enforcement...

NAACP Investigating Alleged Police Beating in Laurel

The Prince George’s County Chapter of the NAACP is investigating an incident in which a man claims he was beaten by a Laurel police...

Md. General Assembly Approves Gambling Expansion Bill; Allows Casino in PG County, Table Games

The Maryland General Assembly early Wednesday passed a measure to allow a new casino in Prince George’s County as well as table games such...

Prince George’s Fire Department Defends Response Times

The Prince George’s County Fire Department is clashing with CountyStat over data that showed that the county had six stations with high failure to...

Prince George’s Exec Rushern Baker and Family Coping With Dementia

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III reaches over and takes his wife’s hand. She looks at him and smiles. “I love you, Booby,”...

New Report Shows County Has Long Road to Reach Healthcare Goals

The road to a new hospital and improved health care in Prince George’s County paved with obstacles, according to a University of Maryland School...

Successful QUEST Program Ends at Roosevelt

On May 29, the last members of Eleanor Roosevelt High School’s Quality Education in Science and Technology (QUEST) program received diplomas marking the end...