A building plan for a $925 million MGM casino resort at the National Harbor in Prince George's County was approved Monday by the county council.
The Prince George's County Democratic Central Committee has elected District 27's LaRhonda Owens as its new chair.
Plans to build a Chick-fila at the Mall in Prince Georges have stalled because the county's zoning law doesn't allow fast-food businesses to build drive-thru windows on the property along East West Highway in Hyattsville.
It may have been a funeral, but laughter, joyous reflections and chuckles replaced tears and palpable anguish as several thousand people packed into the First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Upper Marlboro to celebrate the life of Wayne Curry.
Environmental groups in Prince George's County are seeing green as they hope to raise awareness about a $1 billion plan that would bring thousands of green jobs to the county.
Condolences and accolades poured in for the man credited with transforming Prince George's County from a slow-paced, majority-white farming region and D.C. bedroom community into the most affluent and educated majority-black county in the country.
Margaret Dureke vividly recalls the challenges she faced when she emigrated to the United States as a young woman.
Thousands turned out for a career showcase at Bowie State University to get a sneak peek of employment opportunities at the planned resort and casino at National Harbor in Oxon Hill.
Voter turnout in Prince George's County continued at a slow pace Tuesday during the Maryland primary election.
Local residents and minorities have been assured of receiving half the jobs slated for the $925 million MGM National Harbor Casino and Resorts expected to open in Prince George's County in 2016.
With fresh produce and homemade crafts now available each week at a new farmers market and bazaar in Brentwood, saving a few hard-earned dollars may have become a little easier.
It's a $925 million project that has everyone seeing dollar signs. It also has many in and around Prince George's County, particularly in the African-American community, seeing red.
The respect once given to elders continues to be replaced with schemes, scams and acts of foul play, robbing many older adults of their homes, life savings and self-respect.
Members of the Prince George’s Regional Association of Student Governments (PGRASG), which represents more than 30 of the county’s public secondary schools, recently elected Jeffrey Taylor as the 2014-15 student member of the Board of Education.
Performing arts and workforce development may seem strange bedfellows; but through Joe’s Movement Emporium’s Theater Tech Program (TTP), that pairing has proved to be a game changer in the lives of at-risk teens in Prince George’s County.