Prince George’s County News

  • Brothers Indicted in Fatal MD Police Station Attack

    A man who prosecutors say conducted an attack on an Upper Marlboro, Maryland police station that led to an officer being killed has been indicted on 55 counts, including second-degree murder. Prince George’s County prosecutors said in a news release that two brothers of 22-year-old Michael Ford ...

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  • Happy Mother’s Day

    June Dillard “My Mother was determined that I go to college and be a teacher. I accomplished that twice in my lifetime. Elementary and Special Ed teacher before Law School and Adjunct Professor at my alma mater, Howard University School of Law for ten years.”     Prince George’s ...

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  • Small Businesses Are Booming

    Small business is booming in Prince George’s County, and there’s plenty of room for more, according to the Moving Mountains Part II Small Business and Job Seeker Summit that was held at the Spirit of Faith Christian Center on April 23. The summit focused on two groups: entrepreneurs and the ...

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  • Maryland Dems Seek Unity Ahead of General Election

    Some of Maryland’s top Democrats met to heal wounds and energize the party’s troops in advance of the upcoming Nov. 8 general election. U.S. Sens. Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin (DMd.), along with U.S. House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.), U.S. Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) and Maryland ...

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  • Landslide Victims Settle Lawsuit Against County

    Residents in a Prince George’s County neighborhood devastated by a landslide two years ago have settled their lawsuit against the county. Attorney Joseph P. Suntum represented a small group of homeowners in Fort Washington, Maryland that sued the county. He tells The {Washington Post} ...

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  • Maryland’s Paper Ballot System Receives Mixed Reviews

    Most objections to the use of paper ballots in Maryland elections prior to the primaries were reversed by positive voting experiences at the polling precincts, according to State and Prince George’s County election officials. “People were shocked that we were required to use paper ballots, but ...

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  • Annual Seat Pleasant Day

    Seat Pleasant is celebrating its 85th anniversary as a municipality of Prince George’s County with their annual Seat Pleasant Day on May 7. Residents are invited to enjoy activities and live entertainment, including moon bounces, a clown, face painting, archery, basketball tournament, games, a ...

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  • Edwards Falls but Brown Wins

    U.S. Rep. Donna Edwards came up short in her desire to become the first African American to represent Maryland in the U.S. Senate but former Lt.Gov. Anthony Brown and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton emerged as winners in the Democratic Party primary on April 26. Edwards did well in ...

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