Prince George's County


Prince George's Voters Asked for Nearly $500M for Infrastructure, Public Safety

Prince George's County will have five questions on the general election ballot asking voters to borrow nearly $500 million to renovate, repair and construct new buildings.

Housing Group Adds Prince George's to Amended Suit

Nearly a dozen housing advocacy groups recently filed a complaint against Bank of America for unkempt foreclosed properties in predominately black and Latino neighborhoods and regions, one of which is Prince George's County.

Prince George's Hospital Plan One Step Closer to Approval

The approval for Prince George's County to construct a state-of-the-art medical center in Largo could become a reality later this month.

MGM National Harbor Sets Official Opening Date

MGM officials announced Monday the much-anticipated $1.4 billion casino resort in Maryland's National Harbor will open Dec. 8.

Neonatal ICU at Prince George's Hospital to Reopen After Bacteria Scare

Prince George's Hospital Center will reopen its neonatal intensive care unit Tuesday, nearly two months after discovering potentially dangerous bacteria in the water system.

Patricia Dowtin Installed as Realtor Association President

Patricia Dowtin, a realtor with Long and Foster Real Estate in Mitchellville, Maryland, has been installed as 2017 president of the Prince George's County Association of Realtors.

Small Group Rails Against Metro's Proposed Late-Night Cutback

A group of transit advocates took a little trip on Metrorail with a couple of Maryland state delegates Friday night. The goal? To corral support from Prince George's County residents in a push for Metro to extend late-night train service.

Instead of Head Start, Prince George's Schools Will Have Early Start

Prince George's County Schools announced Friday it will institute a program that resembles Head Start, which was stripped of more than $6 million of federal funding after allegations of abuse.

Baker: Black Community Must Confront, Combat Mental Health Issues

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III recalled Wednesday when he and his wife went to the doctor in February 2010 and discovered she had early-onset dementia.

Prince George's County Education Briefs: Parkdale High Principal Mourned

The PGCPS community is mourning the sudden death this month of Parkdale High School principal Tanya Washington.

Prince George's School Bus Aide Charged with Child Abuse

A 38-year-old man was arrested and charged Tuesday with molestation for abusing special-needs children on a county school bus, according to court documents from the Prince George's County State's Attorney Office.

EDC's 'Thirsty for Business Thursday' Event Draws Record Crowds

The Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation recently took its signature networking event, “Thirsty (for Business) Thursday," to another level, as more than 300 people gathered at the Marlton Golf Club in Upper Marlboro to network and celebrate 'Economic Development ...

Residents Call for Baker Resignation, New School Leadership at Rally

Prince George's County residents frustrated with recent child abuse scandals in county schools sent a message Monday to local and school leadership: It's time to go.

Iverson Mall to Receive Facelift

Prince George's County officials announced Friday that the county will invest $4 million in the renovation of the The Shops at Iverson.

Prince George's Vies for Redskins' Affection

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III is a die-hard Washington Redskins fan — and he has at least 6 million reasons to keep his beloved burgundy and gold in the county.