Prince George’s County News

  • Virginia’s Own Modern Day Black Cowboy

    Ronnie Marshall’s passion for horses began when he played with one plastic horse at his grandmother’s house more than four decades ago. “As a young teenager, I bought a horse at age 16 and kept it at a stable near my house. I thought I was keeping it a secret. As long as I was […]

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  • Clayton Anthony Aarons Sworn In as Judge

    Colleagues of recently appointed District Court Judge, Clayton Anthony Aarons describe him as compassionate, helpful, level headed, and overall right for the job. Aarons is the newest associate judge of the District Court for the 5th District of Maryland. He succeeded Patrick R. Duley, who ...

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  • Local Police Join Hope AME Church on Unity Walk

    More than a hundred residents from the District of Columbia and Prince George’s County gathered at the Eastover Shopping Center in Oxon Hill, Md. Sept. 6 for the Unity Walk. The event was organized by the Community of Hope AME Church in conjunction with the Prince George’s County ...

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  • Excellence in Christian Music Academy Unites Community

    Born out of Prince Georges County, the Excellence in Christian Music Academy (ECMA) is a gospel music organization that continues to connect diverse groups to opportunities previously not afforded them. According to Henry Harris, CEO and founder of ECMA, the organization is based online and ...

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  • Local Chef Competes in Hell’s Kitchen

    James Robinson’s love for the culinary arts allowed him to enhance his passion through several low moments – including a span of homelessness – to being one of 18 aspiring chefs competing in season 13 of Fox series Hell’s Kitchen with Chef Gordon Ramsey. “I auditioned for Hell’s Kitchen because ...

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  • ‘Shred-It’ Event Comes to Prince George’s County

    Prince George’s County Community College was flooded with cars on a sunny September morning, but they were not vehicles of students going to class. On Sept. 6 NBC4, in partnership with Prince George’s County Government, Shred-It, and Prince George’s Community College hosted the NBC4 Allstate ...

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  • Clayton Aarons Plans to Uplift Local Youth as Judge

    “Our youth need a lot of social interaction in terms of outside figures coming in, such as a One Hundred Black Men mentorship so they will have role models,” said Clayton Anthony Aarons, recently appointed Judge to the District Court of Prince George’s County, Md. “As many judges have done, I ...

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