Prince George's County


Attorney: More Children Abused by Child Porn Suspect

An attorney representing families of children allegedly abused by a former Prince George's County teacher's aide said Friday that 18 more students may have been directly abused.

Family Files Complaint Against Principal, Prince George's Schools in Sex-Abuse Scandal

A relative of one of the children allegedly abused by a former employee at a Glenarden elementary school has filed a complaint against the principal and the Prince George's County school system.

Prince George's Principal on Leave After Aide's Arrest for Child Porn

The principal of a Prince George's County elementary school where a Glenarden man is accused of making child pornography has been placed on administrative leave, a schools spokeswoman said Wednesday.

Glenarden Man Faces Child Porn, Sex Abuse Charges

A Glenarden man was charged with child pornography and sex charges for allegedly abusing at least 10 children, Prince George's County Police announced Monday.

Md. Gov. Hogan Earmarks Funds for Prince George's Hospital

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday that he will introduce a supplemental fiscal 2017 budget that would provide $15 million in operating funds toward the Prince George's Hospital System.

Prince George's Business Owners, Lawmakers Hobnob at EDC Event

More than 200 business owners from all over Prince George's County converged in Annapolis this week to connect with some of the state and county governments' most powerful figures.

Baker, Md. Officials Push Hogan for Future Investments

Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker joined other Maryland Democrats Wednesday to urge Republican Gov. Larry Hogan to invest in education, transportation and other infrastructure.

Prince George's County Education Briefs: School Board Member Elected to Education Council

Prince George's County school board member Verjeana Jacobs has been elected as vice chair of the Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE).

Students Display Prowess in Contest Honoring MLK

Seven students in Prince George's County won $50 for participating in an annual poster and essay contests to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Prince George's Officials: Snow Removal Nearly Complete

Before Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III updated the media Tuesday on the county's snow removal efforts in the wake of a massive blizzard, he shoveled some himself.

Fort Washington Man Dies Shoveling Snow in Massive Storm

A Fort Washington man died Saturday morning from a heart attack after shoveling snow at his home as a massive storm continues to pound the D.C. region.

Baker Implores Prince George's Residents to Stay Home During Snowstorm

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III held a news conference Friday to ensure officials are prepared to clean, plow and handle any emergencies during this weekend's anticipated snowstorm.

Prince George's County Education Briefs: Summer Youth Employment

The Prince George's County School System has partnered with several county agencies to promote summer youth employment for residents between the ages of 15-19.

Prince George's Co. Proposes New Zoning Districts

To make it easier for residents, developers and entrepreneurs who wish to conduct business in Prince George’s County, officials propose new zoning districts that would better outline residential, industrial and commercial areas.

MGM Celebrates Final Stages of Casino Construction at National Harbor

MGM officials hoisted a tree and popped a bottle of champagne Wednesday at Maryland's National Harbor to celebrate the final construction stages of its casino resort opening later this year.