Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Santa Remains Star at Annual Suitland Elem. Christmas Party

It has become an annual event that attracts old and young residents to Suitland Elementary School, and this year was no different than the...

Hogan Addresses Mounting Problems in Schools

Prince George’s County parents and residents are outraged over the grading controversy in the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS). They, along with the...

Revised Plan Underway for New FBI Site

After planning that began in the George W. Bush administration, officials from Maryland at the national and state level are cautiously optimistic the latest...

Harrison Bids for Seat in House of Delegates

Andrea Harrison has represented the residents of District 5 in Prince George's County on its county council for nearly a decade. Now, she wants...

Homeless Refuge from Cold: Who is Caring

On a cold Sunday night the fellowship hall of the University Park Church of Christ, located in Hyattsville, Md., was filled with men, women...

Six Months After Collins Killing, Univ. of Md. Announces Hate-Bias Protocol

The University of Maryland on Nov. 27 announced revisions to its procedures for reporting of hate-bias incidents on campus. “A clear and transparent protocol for...

Del. Barron Seeks Reelection in 24th District

Erek Barron wants residents of Maryland's 24th district to re-elect him so he can finish the work he started. "I have unfinished business that I...

NAACP to Meet with Hogan Over Grade Scandal

NAACP officials in Prince George’s County are slated to meet with Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) after a probe into the county’s Public School...

Young Woman Breaks Barriers in Cannabis Industry

Prince George’s County native Hope Wiseman, a 25-year-old businesswoman and dancer, is breaking boundaries as the youngest Black woman to own a cannabis dispensary...

Former Professor Alleges Hostile Working Environment

A former Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) professor is suing the institution for what he calls a culture of favoritism and hostility. Frank Phillips...

Dancing College Park, Md. Water Bottle Salesman Keeps Motorists Entertained

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland--He says he’s faced some terrible times but Prince George’s County resident Jackie Wimbush says you need to keep on smiling...and dancing....

Riverdale Baptist ‘Living Christmas Tree’ Production

The Pastor and members of Riverdale Baptist Church, 1177 Largo Road, are scheduled to present the “Living Christmas Tree,” a production where 80 singers...