Prince George’s County News

  • Saving Our Sons Forum Held In Prince George’s County

      Dignitaries, officers, and activists spoke to residents from D.C. and Prince George’s County, Md. Feb. 21 to discuss issues around how to save adolescent and adult men. Inclement weather cut the discussion short due. The next meeting is scheduled for March 21. The First Baptist ...

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  • DMV Resident Highest Ranking Black Female Federal Officer

    Imani-Frances Smith was dedicated to serve and excel in the United States government, even though it was through a racist and sexist system. It didn’t matter that she was frequently overlooked as the smallest federal officer in the room. Nor did it bother her that she was often one of the ...

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  • Carmen Johnson on Trial in Prince George’s County

    Prince George’s County, Md. leaders are concerned about the fraud trial of an NAACP housing committee leader — in terms of its perception as a scandal-ridden jurisdiction. Carmen Johnson, head of the Prince George’s County NAACP branch’s housing committee and founder of ...

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  • Saving Our Sons Town Hall

    The First Baptist Church of District Heights, located at 7234 Lansdale St., will is host a “Saving Our Sons” Town Hall on Feb. 21 at noon to provide a platform for young men ages 13-35 to voice their concerns on matters of police interactions and overcoming issues, such as poverty, race, and ...

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  • Love in Prince George’s County

    Love is in the air, which can only mean one thing: Valentine’s Day is here, and Washington, D.C., and Maryland residents plan to celebrate in various ways. Devin G. Paige Jr., 25, of Upper Marlboro plans on spending this special holiday with his girlfriend.  “I’ll will be spending time with my ...

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  • Purple Line Coming To Prince George’s County in 2015

    Prince George’s County and Montgomery County in Maryland are working together to build a 16-mile Purple Line that would run from Bethesda to College Park. The $2.4 billion public/private project is estimated to create 27,000 permanent jobs and increase property values along the route by ...

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  • Diamonds & Denim 2015 Party

    The Prince George’s County Delta Alumnae Foundation will host “Diamonds & Denim,” an old school hand dance, line Dance, and Card Party on Feb. 20 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. at the Prince George’s Ballroom in Landover, Md. It’s that time again to Hand Dance to the music ...

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  • Black History Breakfast

    The Ralph J. Bunche Community Center, located on 374 Mill Swamp Road,  in Edgewater, Md. will hold its fourth annual Black History Breakfast on Feb. 28 at 10 a.m.  The Rev. Jeffrey Smith, pastor at Calvert Christian Fellowship in Huntingtown, Md. will be the guest speaker. Tickets cost $15 per ...

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  • Kappa Bowling Night

    The College Park-Sandy Spring Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi in conjunction with the Kappa Leaguers cordially invites you and your family and friends out for a fun-filled night of bowling on March 1 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at AMF College Park Lane, 9021 Baltimore Ave. Tickets are $25. To ...

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