Prince George’s County News

  • Black History Breakfast

    The Ralph J. Bunche Community Center, located on 374 Mill Swamp Road,  in Edgewater, Md. will hold its fourth annual Black History Breakfast on Feb. 28 at 10 a.m.  The Rev. Jeffrey Smith, pastor at Calvert Christian Fellowship in Huntingtown, Md. will be the guest speaker. Tickets cost $15 per ...

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  • Kappa Bowling Night

    The College Park-Sandy Spring Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi in conjunction with the Kappa Leaguers cordially invites you and your family and friends out for a fun-filled night of bowling on March 1 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at AMF College Park Lane, 9021 Baltimore Ave. Tickets are $25. To ...

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  • Youth Art Contest

    The National Crimes Victims’ Rights Coalition of Prince George’s County is encouraging youth to submit their original artwork that showcases the plight of persons affected by violence and crime. Artists should depict how they define a survivor in their pieces. The contest is open to all Prince ...

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  • Md. Teen Charged with Shooting Friends after Argument

    Prince George’s County Police have charged a 16-year old boy with attempted murder after they say he shot two fellow classmates following an argument. Police say the teen was playing video games at his Clinton home with two friends, ages 16 and 17, on Sunday when they got into a fight. That’s ...

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  • Md. Graduation Rate Hits Record High

    The Maryland State Department of Education says newly released data shows that more Maryland high school students are graduating than ever before. The state says the dropout rate in the state has declined, while the graduation rate climbed to over 86 percent in 2014, four percentage points up ...

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  • Water Restored After Sinkhole Swallows Car in Bladensburg

    Water has been restored to a suburban Washington neighborhood where a water main break caused a sinkhole that swallowed a car. The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission said Jan. 27 that water was restored at about 1 p.m. to 77 customers in Bladensburg in Prince George’s County, where a ...

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  • Workshop Held To Decrease African-American Incarceration

    The Maryland Alliance for Justice Reform (MAJR) hosted a training to discuss ending the mass incarceration of Black people, in Largo on Jan. 10. MAJR is a bi-partisan, statewide alliance seeking legislative changes to bring Maryland into the 21st century with corrections policies that are ...

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