In the coming weeks, a series of "Special Education Listening Sessions" will be held by the county's Board of Education.
Shani Watson, who lost her ability to walk after being involved in a car crash 10 years ago, not only wears the crown as Ms. Wheelchair Maryland 2014, but works to encourage others with disabilities.
Students from Prince George's and Anne Arundel counties seeking information about colleges and trade schools are invited to attend Rep. Donna Edwards’ sixth annual College and Career Fair at Annapolis High School on Saturday, Oct. 18.
In order to curb domestic assaults against women, children and men, activists have called for a unified effort that promotes healing and improved methods of communication.
Women, men and children seeking help in domestic violence cases in Prince George's County are encouraged to dial 211 to access information ranging from counseling programs to police reporting procedures, authorities said.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker praised the county council for approving legislation that will increase the county's minimum wage to $11.50 an hour.
It's been two years since Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III announced that his wife Christa, 54, suffers from early-onset Alzheimer's disease.
A 2012 Potomac High School graduate and Temple Hills, Md., native is serving aboard USS John S. McCain (DDG 56), living and working at a Navy base in Japan.
Officials for the Resident Teacher Program are accepting applications for elementary certification for the 2015-16 school year from candidates with a strong background in math and science.
The top budget officer for Prince George's County public schools has been placed on administrative leave amid claims of insurance fraud by the Maryland Insurance Administration.
Prince George's County's business elite and congressional leaders came together Sept. 19 for an evening of entertainment and accolades at the County Chamber of Commerce's 14th annual Excellence in Business awards gala.
When Simmie Knox received a telephone call recently in which the caller asked him to paint a portrait of Frederick Douglass, he wasn’t at all surprised.
Throughout the school year, the Board of Education and schools within the county system will conduct activities that could publicize events via local or national news media.
Officials for Prince George's County Public Schools will seek a 45-day extension of the deadline for students to fulfill new state immunization requirements.
School officials are encouraging families to apply for free and reduced-price meals for the 2014-15 school year, which are available to students based on household size and income.