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    Top School Staff Removed Amid Report of Grading Violations

    A Maryland school district has removed top staff from a high school where investigators found violations of grading and graduation certification procedures. The Washington Post reports the principal, assistant principal and three other employees of DuVal...

    Maryland to Possibly Get $959 Million in Foreclosure Suit

    Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler said victims of the foreclosure crisis in Maryland will be getting some relief as the state has recovered up to $959 million in funds as a result of an...

    Rev. ‘Jazz’ Preaches First Resurrection Sunday at 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...

    Jack Johnson Returns Home

    Jack is coming back. Former Prince George’s County Executive Jack B. Johnson is scheduled to be released from custody, after serving more than five years in Federal prison for one of the most highly publicized...

    Prince George’s Residents Unsure about O’Malley’s Presidential Bid

    Prince George's County has come through for a former governor of Maryland Martin O'Malley in his gubernatorial election and re-election bids. However, residents are ambivalent about his campaign for the White House. On May 30, O'Malley...

    Maryland Del. Aisha Braveboy Set to Launch AG Campaign

    Maryland Del. Aisha N. Braveboy (D-25) said she is ready to throw her hat in the ring by mid-September as a candidate for the next attorney general of Maryland. If she wins, the Prince...

    Former Prince George’s Exec Jack Johnson Sentenced to 7 years

    An apologetic former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson was sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to corruption charges. “I want to apologize to you for being here and giving up...

    Developer sentenced to 2 years in bribery scheme

    GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A real estate developer has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in a bribery scheme involving former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson. Sixty-four-year-old Daniel Colton was...

    Mentoring To Manhood Annual Gala

    Mentoring To Manhood  is celebrating 10 years of service in Prince George’s County with its annual gala on Nov. 20 from 6:30 p. m. – 9:30 p. m. at 13905 Central Avenue. The event...

    School System Strengthens School Safety

    Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) officials announced sweeping changes to administrative procedures and staff training designed to protect students from incidences of abuse and neglect in the wake of a former school aide...

    Two Men Arrested in Bowie Murder

    Prince George’s County Police made quick arrests in a Bowie murder, charging two Prince George’s men with the crime. According to a Washington Post report, John Fitzgerald Haston, 46, and Craig Stevens Brooks, 49, entered...

    Landover, Md. Church Casts Wide Net with Name Change to ‘eChurch’

    Victory International Worship Center, of Landover, Md., reflecting its open-door philosophy and its vision of engaging the entire community, is changing its name to “eChurch”—Everybody’s Church. “We changed the name of our church to cast...
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