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How They Stand
Originally published April 23, 2014

ANNAPOLIS- Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial candidates all agree that alternative energy resources are important for growing a sustainable economy.more More Arrow
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- Even as the recovering housing market nationally appears to be brightening, foreclosure filings in Maryland are once again increasing, according to the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance (BINA).more More Arrow

Jericho City of Praise
- The 10,000-seat sanctuary on Resurrection Sunday wasn't filled anywhere close to capacity. The main floor was full, and there was a smattering of congregants seated in the lower balcony. But the upper tiers were empty and cordoned off behind heavy blue drapes. Both inside and outside the church, uniformed security was conspicuously present among the attendees.more More Arrow

The Harlem Remembrance Foundation of Prince George’s County.
- The Harlem Remembrance Foundation of Prince George’s County will host its annual Harlem Renaissance Festival on May 3.more More Arrow

Dafonso Davage, David Egbufoama and Chukwuma Odigwe with Oxon Hill High School faculty members.
- Three Prince George's County Public Schools (PGCPS) students from Oxon Hill High School received a full four-year scholarship as part of the University of Maryland Incentive Awards Program. These students were recently honored for their academic excellence and achievement.more More Arrow

Prince George’s County, Md. Ninth Annual Heritage Film Festival.
- The ninth annual Heritage Film Festival is set for April 17 to 19 at the South Bowie Library in Bowie, Md.more More Arrow

Minimum wage increase from $7.25 to $10.10.
- This is the first in a series of seven articles that examines Maryland gubernatorial candidates' positions on major issues.more More Arrow

- A Silver Spring man was sentenced on April 11 to 25 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 22-year-old woman in 2010. In December 2010, a jury found Glenn A. Smith, 37, guilty of two counts of first-degree sexual assault. more More Arrow

Dimensions Healthcare System’s annual  drive at Prince George’s Hospital to “Take Back the Night” from sexual predators.
- A rally and candlelight vigil recognizing survivors of sexual assault and abuse was held April 10 as part of Dimensions Healthcare System’s annual drive at Prince George’s Hospital to “Take Back the Night” from sexual predators.more More Arrow

Prince Georges County, Md
- Prince George’s County residents were treated to some upbeat news April 9 at a groundbreaking ceremony for construction of a massive project that local officials believe will mean millions of dollars in revenue and taxes and hundreds of new construction and retail jobs.more More Arrow

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