Prince George’s County News

  • Md. Students Barred Over Missing Vaccinations

    UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) — More than 400 students in Prince George’s County were barred from returning to school Nov. 5 because they hadn’t gotten their vaccinations. A spokesman for Prince George’s County Public Schools siad 414 students still had not been vaccinated as of ...

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  • Hogan Defeats Brown

    COLLEGE PARK, Md.—For weeks, possibly months, the talk had been how Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown would soon become the nation’s third black governor.  Those dreams were dashed Nov. 4 as Brown, a Democrat, was narrowly defeated by Republican candidate Larry Hogan to win the Maryland ...

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  • Prince George’s County Incorporates a New Brand

    Officials and residents of Prince George’s County, Md. gathered, Oct. 27, at The Capital Wheel at National Harbor for the unveiling of a campaign aimed at shaping the county’s future.  Almost four years ago, County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III proclaimed the county as the economic ...

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  • Alsobrooks’ 5K Challenge Seeks to End Domestic Violence

    Residents, community leaders and vendors from Prince George’s County and the District of Columbia gathered at the Paint Branch Park Trail in College Park, Md. Oct. 18 for the Family Strong 5K Challenge. The event was organized by the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela D. Alsobrooks ...

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  • Entrepreneurial Twins Pursuing Their Dream at Bowie State

    Twin sisters Kristy and Krista Williams are building on their passion to start a business and help their community, while also pursuing the Master of Public Administration degree at Bowie State University. Even as graduate students, they are making strides toward their entrepreneurial goals. ...

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