Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Prince George’s County Adds Healthier Options with Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market, an organic food specialty store, recently opened in Riverdale Park, Md. The market is part of a city-wide plan to develop...

Hyattsville Council Candidates Address Issues in Election Forum

The city of Hyattsville may be facing a new era as it gears up to elect City Council members. On April 19, a forum...

Temple Hills Man Sentenced to 4 Years in Firefighter’s Fatal Shooting

A Maryland man who fatally shot a firefighter he mistook for an intruder will spend four years in prison. Darrell Lumpkin, a Black man, who...

Caregivers of Disabled Say They Lack Adequate Pay

New Horizons Support Services is located about 10 minutes from the Upper Marlboro, Md. home where Lorenzo Green, a Black man, lives and takes...

Despite Bumps, State Legislators Pleased with Recent Session

The 2017 session of the Maryland General Assembly ended and some members from Prince George's County said the proceedings went well. "The session went...

Prince George’s County Association of Realtors Fun/Run/Walk 5k and Scholarship Presentation

The Prince George’s County Association of REALTORS®, the county’s leading advocate for real estate and private property rights, is presenting four Prince George’s County...

Love AME Church Celebrates Rev. Krishnan Natesan’s 1st Anniversary

The Love AME Church, located at Tall Oaks High School, 2112 Church Road, is scheduled to celebrate the first Pastoral Anniversary of Pastor Krishnan...

Community Brunch

The Prince George’s County chapter of the 100 Black Men held its sixth annual Community Brunch April 15 at the MGM National Harbor. Several...

Bowie State Professor Wins Literary Award for Debut Book

Bowie State University professor Rion A. Scott is the 2017 winner of a prestigious literary award, the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction. Scott,...

Entrepreneur Gives Back with Prom Makeovers

The 2017 prom season has officially arrived. For the 2017 season, 10 out of 20 students from Crossland High School in Temple Hills, Md. won...

Minority Medical Marijuana License Deal Goes Up In Smoke

A last minute compromise that would have provided up to five medical marijuana licenses to minority companies fell apart at the last minute as...

Area Pastors Look to Connect with Communities More

The Collective Empowerment Group, established in 1993 as the Collective Banking Group, has grown from 47 churches to more than 200 religious leaders. In...