Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Council Considers Public Financing Option for Elections

Attempting to strip away one of the major advantages of incumbency, the Prince George’s County Council is considering a measure to provide public financing...

District Heights Md. 2017 National Night Out

On Aug. 1 (Rain Date: Aug. 8) from 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the District Heights Municipal Center - Ball Field, 2000 Marbury...

Mt. Ennon Baptist Church Real Talk

On July 29 the Mt. Ennon Baptist Church, located at 9832 Piscataway Road, is scheduled to host a College Ministry Fireside Real Talk Chat...

Greenbelt Cheerleading Team Accuses Chipotle of Racism

The Greenbelt Boys and Girls Club Cheerleading Team says the staff at a Chipotle treated its members with “hostility and hatred” at a fundraising event Sunday. In a Facebook post, the team’s coach,...

Long-time Resident Stands Determined To Win

From her fifth floor perch, overlooking the Capital Beltway, Carolyn Cuff thanks God for a smart decision that bloomed into successful real estate, computer...

Questions Arise After Feds Pull FBI Headquarters Relocation

Shaking his head in disgust, Greenbelt, Md. Mayor Emmett Jordan said he can’t understand why the White House and the Republicans would pull the...

Urbanski Indicted for Murder of 2nd Lt. Richard Collins

A man arrested in a fatal stabbing at the University of Maryland that has been under investigation as a possible hate crime was indicted...

Maryland Sued Over Drug Price Gouging Law

As Marylanders face an uphill battle against opioid drug addictions and a sharp increase in chronic health conditions, a formidable trade group for generic...

Play Re-enacts Past to Understand Freedom

Just days after the United States celebrated its independence on July 4, Forestville, Md.-based Bishop McNamara High School’s Sankofa production of “Harriet and the...

Government Scraps Search for New FBI Headquarters

The nation’s top law enforcement agency will continue operating out of its deteriorating downtown Washington headquarters for the foreseeable future after the federal government...

12 Homicides Leave Leaders Concerned

In one of the worst violent crime sprees in recent memory, community leaders have started to look at ways to stop the violence in...

Drug Court Professionals Conference

U.S. Army Captain and former Miss USA Deshauna Barber speaks about her support for veterans treatment courts at the 2017 NADCP Training Conference Closing...