Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Charles County’s ‘Dr. Shine’ Pleads Guilty to Bankruptcy Obstruction

Charles County religious leader Robert J. Freeman, pastor of Save the Seed Ministries, pleaded guilty in a scheme to obstruct bankruptcy proceedings. “The evidence...

Black Clergy Reaffirming Church’s Tradition to Social Justice

Black clergy, policymakers, civil rights leaders and others will gather Dec. 3 through Dec. 5 in Prince George’s County, Md., to design a plan...

Prince George’s Police Work to Quell Motorcycle Deaths

The wreck happened in the waning hours of May 2, a Thursday, at a well-traveled intersection in Brandywine. According to police, a blue Chrysler van...

P.G. Council Budget not as Bad as Feared, Still Falls Short

The Prince George's County Council recently approved the county's $2.6 billion budget. The budget will eliminate some of the furloughs county officials expected, but...

Metro, State Officials to Give Prince George’s First Major Transit Center

Officials from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) and the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) are about to give Prince George’s County the...

Local Transportation Company Basking in Success

In 2006, Darnell Lee was sitting in church and heard a message that would forever change his life. That message led the man to...

Prince George’s County, Md. Council Member Karen Toles Honored by Medical Community

The Greater Baden Medical Services recently honored Prince George’s County Council Member Karen R. Toles (D) at their 41st Anniversary Celebration Gala. Toles was recognized...

Prince George’s County MD Police: Officer Shot, 2 Suspects in Custody

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Authorities in Maryland say a police officer was critically wounded in a shooting near a police station, and two suspects...

Bowie Boy Makes Generous Hair Donation

Sept. 10, was a heroic day for 10-year-old Thomas Moore when he decided to chop off two-year’s worth of hair growth so that it...

Law Signed to Curb Violence at County Nightclubs

On May 21, Gov. Martin O’Malley signed into law a bill that would require all nightclubs in Prince George’s County to provide security plans...

Confrontation Results in Police Shooting Knife Carrying Bladensburg, Md. Man

Prince George’s County, Md. police are investigating a police-involved shooting that occurred June 22. The suspect in the incident was identified as 22-year-old Ivanilov Tembi...

Redskins Park Considered in Bowie MARC Development

The group planning to develop the land around the Bowie State University MARC train station is still in its exploratory stages as it tries...