Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Currie Wants Charges Dismissed

Maryland Sen. Ulysses Currie, D-Prince George’s, is working to get the remaining charges in his corruption case thrown out of federal court because of...

National Night Out Has Added Importance in 2011

Prince George’s County celebrated National Night Out like the rest out the country on Aug. 2, but this year it had added significance given...

Special Election to be Held to Find Johnson’s Replacement

Due to the resignation of former Prince George’s Councilwoman Leslie Johnson, a special election will be held to find her replacement in District 6. The...

State, County Officials Announce Plan to Replace Pr. George’s Hospital

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker are smiling brightly after an announcement last week that a new plan is...

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...

Pr. George’s, Maryland Move Forward with Redistricting

The Prince George’s County Redistricting Commission has been moving forward with its work as the day nears for it to submit a proposal to...

Upper Marlboro Bridal Shop Gives Back to Military Wives

Couture Miss Bridal & Formal, located on Main Street in Upper Marlboro, has joined the movement to honor America’s troops. The bridal shop is...

K. Neal Trucks named to Black Enterprise’s 2011 Top BE 100s List

K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc. (K. NEAL) of Hyattsville, Md., was recently named to Black Enterprise magazine's annual Top 100 Largest Black Businesses list for...

An Evening with a Prince George’s Police Officer

Cpl. Nate Lewis arrives at the District IV headquarters located inside the Eastover Shopping Center at around 3 p.m. on this day. He’s working...

Two Men Arrested in Bowie Murder

Prince George’s County Police made quick arrests in a Bowie murder, charging two Prince George’s men with the crime. According to a Washington Post report,...

Indicted Senator Seeks Return of Passport

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Attorneys for indicted state Sen. Ulysses Currie are trying to get his passport back temporarily so he can attend a...

Marylander Launches Bid to Lead National Association of Black Journalists

After working a shift at his day job at Maryland Public Television, Charles Robinson III hopped on the discounted bus service Bolt Bus and...