Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Chamber of Commerce Has Big Plans for County, CEO David Harrington

“Prince George’s county’s history was that of a rural enclave,” said David Harrington, president and CEO of the Prince Georges County Chamber of Commerce,...

Police Name Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Girl, 3

Prince George's County Police are searching for a 25-year-old Landover man who has been charged with shooting and killing a 3-year-old girl. Police say they...

National Night Out Returns in Prince George’s County

The national night dedicated to promoting crime prevention, building partnerships between the community and public safety departments, and having different fun at the same...

Prince George’s County Executive Baker Takes on New Role

Rushern L. Baker III has had great success as Prince George's County's county executive, but now he is taking on an additional, bigger role....

Negro League Baseball

The 5th Annual Negro League Legends Hall of Fame East/WestVintage Baseball Game is scheduled for 1 p.m. Aug. 2 at Prince George's Stadium in...

My Girlfriend’s House Celebrates Three Years of Service

My Girlfriend’s House, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help at-risk women and  girls develop self-worth while advancing their career and academic skills,...

Forum in Capitol Heights Raises Awareness about Hepatitis C

A town hall forum was held to discuss the importance of Hepatitis C and to urge people to get tested immediately at The Sanctuary...

Pastors Preach HIV Awareness on NAACP Day of Unity

To educate people about HIV and AIDS, faith leaders throughout the nation spoke awareness, safe sex, and abstinence from the pulpit on July 20,...

Prince George’s County Council Approves MGM Project

The Prince George's County's Council approved plans July 21 to complete a $925 million MGM Resorts International, National Harbor project that includes a casino,...

Allstate’s Gospel Superfest Battle of the Bands Makes Stop in D.C. Area

In August, Allstate will kick off its Gospel Superfest Battle of the Bands competition. The event will stop in the D.C. area on Aug.16...

Kingdom Voices Magazine Founder to Host Book Signing

Latoya A. Benson, founder and editor-in-chief of Kingdom Voices Magazine is releasing a new book, The New You Revolution: A 40 Day Journey to Discovering and...

Ekklesia Worship Center Shines Light on Mental Health among Minorities

In 2008, the U.S. House of Representatives designated July as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Awareness month. This was an effort to raise...