Prince George's County News

Prince George's County News

Arts Festival Fetes Black Women’s Artistic Expression

The multidimensional facets of Black womanhood and the artistic mediums that represent it are the crux of an upcoming festival hosted by the Prince...

Prayer Brings Strength After Tragedies

Massive hurricanes have ravaged much of the Caribbean Islands, floods have gutted  homes from Florida to  Texas and a Las Vegas shooter has  killed...

Parents React to Former Student Aide Sentencing to 100+ Years

When former Prince Georges County, Md. teacher’s aide, Deonte Carraway, was sentenced to 100 years in prison last week – he pleaded guilty to...

Prince George’s County Md.: Probe to Look at Discrimination Claims by Minority Officers

PALMER PARK, Md. (AP) — Federal officials are investigating allegations of discrimination against Black and Hispanic officers in the Prince George's County Police...

First Baptist Church of Glenarden Hosts He Loves Me Women’s Conference

The First Baptist Church of Glenarden, located at 600 Watkins Park Dr., is scheduled to host the 2017 He Loves Me Women’s Conference on...

Shachah World Ministries 2017 Serious Only Sisters Conference

The Serious Only Sisters Conference 2017 will be hosted by Shachah World Ministries, located at 5701 Livingston Rd. The conference is slated to run...

10th Annual Spirit of Praise

Praise 104.1 and WYCB 1340 are scheduled to celebrate the 10th Annual Spirit of Praise. This year's event is free and will be held...

Domestic Violence Event to Focus on Men

Most domestic violence events focus on the needs of women but in early October a series of seminars will be held in Prince George's...

Teens Rejoice in Faith

At a time when there is great uncertainty in the world, 17-year-old Chris Catrow said he is putting his faith in God. According to a...

County Bill Pushes for Turf Football Fields

For decades playing football games on mud soaked fields at Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, Md. was part of a proud legacy -- old...

Homeless Man Accuses Police of Assault

A homeless man says he was beaten by police for no reason during an incident Sept. 17 outside a Suitland Liquor store where was...

School Officials Start Grade Fraud Hotline

Officials with Prince George’s County Public Schools announced recently that a hotline had been established in connection with the ongoing investigation into grade fraud...