Prince George’s County News

  • County Residents Want FBI Headquarters and A Lot More

    Prince Georges County residents and officials are very excited about the possibility of the Federal Bureau of Investigations moving to Greenbelt or Landover. The county has long awaited big developments that equal those in Montgomery or Fairfax counties. “For too long Prince George’s County has ...

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  • Proposed Oxon Hill Wal-Mart Defeated in Zoning Hearing

    Walmart is the world’s largest public corporation, profiting $476.294 billion in sales as of 2014, but that doesn’t mean it can open up shop anywhere it wants to without hurdles. A sort of David and Goliath story emerged as the small John Hanson Montessori School celebrates the decision by the ...

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  • 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 were called to Forest Terrace in Landover on Aug. 10 and discovered the child. The girl, identified Monday as Knijah Amore Bibb of ...

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  • 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 time, came back again. The 30th annual National Night Out for Prince George’s County was Aug. 5. “I invite all ...

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  • 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, celebrated its third year of service on July 26 with an evening filled with delicious food accompanied by live music and ...

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  • 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 Bowie, Md. NLLHOF is committed toinspiring our youth, helping them tofurther their education and learn about their communities, a flyer on the event ...

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  • 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, the NAACP’s third annual day of unity. One of the faith leaders on the list is the Rev. Anthony (Tony) Lee, from Community of Hope African ...

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