PSEG Power, a New Jersey-based energy company, announced Wednesday that they've acquired a huge energy plant that's planned for an old gravel mine in Prince George's County.
The "J-Raz Father's Day Cookout," a free event that celebrates fathers in the Washington D.C. and Baltimore City areas, takes place Sunday at Roseryville State Park in Upper Marlboro.
Prince George’s County Public Schools will begin its four-day workweek schedule on Monday, June 22 and end the week of Aug. 7.
The annual Lake Arbor Jazz Festival, which has quickly become one of the area's premier community-based jazz showcases, returns next month to Prince George's County for its sixth year.
Summer is still a week or so away, but Prince George's County have already begun staging community centers and other facilities around the county as cooling stations to help residents beat the heat as temperatures spike.
The Redevelopment Authority of Prince George's County, which recently completed renovation of the county's first Net Zero Energy house following nine months of highly-detailed efforts, will showcase the house Saturday during the 2015 Housing Fair.
Edem Kudzi, a senior at Suitland Senior High School, joins the roster of students honored as Scholar of the Week.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker vetoed Tuesday a measure passed by the county council that would raise property taxes by 1.5 percent to fund parks and recreation.
Sixteen African-American girls in the Greater Washington Area have received a real boost in making their entrepreneurial ambitions come true thanks to an all-encompassing mentorship program called "Girlpreneur."
Takisha Webb, a fourth-grade science teacher at Deerfield Run Elementary School in Laurel, has been named a recipient of the 2015 Christa McAuliffe Outstanding Teacher Award.
The Prince George's County Department of Housing and Community Development will host the 2015 Housing Fair on Saturday at the Sports and Learning Complex in Landover.
Prince George's County residents won't have to suffer a major property tax hike and they will not have to dig too deep into their pockets for telephone usage.
Under water, overtaxed and overextended were just some of the adjectives used by residents who continue to voice concern over Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker's proposed 15 percent property tax increase.
Prince George's Community College recently reached a major milestone, having announced its first-ever "Middle College" graduation involving the Academy of Health Sciences.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced recently that he won't restore $68 million in education funds in accordance with his fiscal 2016 budget.