Prince George's County


Prince George's County Schools Post Bus Routes Online

Prince George's County parents who may have not received a physical copy of their child's bus schedule can view them online.

Prince George's Officials Applaud County's Economic Growth

Prince George's County officials showcased huge charts at a Monday morning press conference in Largo to tout the economic growth that county Executive Rusher L. Baker III has hoped for since taking office five years ago.

Prince George's to Give Another $20M Toward Purple Line Project

Prince George's County officials announced Friday an additional $20 million in county funds would go toward the Purple Line project, taking another step closer to the construction of the 16-mile light-rail system.

MGM to Allow Metro Buses at National Harbor Casino Resort

MGM will add a bus stop in front of the upcoming National Harbor casino resort after originally planning to prohibit public buses from the facility, officials said.

Prince George's Man Wins McDonald's Video Competition

McDonald's USA and the American Black Film Festival joined forces for the first McDonald's "Lovin'" video competition. The winner of this year's competition was Richard T. Fields of Prince George's County for his submission, "Puppy Love."

Prince George's Exec Baker, Entrepreneurs Ready for China Trip

Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III is set for a business trip to China next month that will include a return to the cities of Beijing, Xiamen and Shanghai, which he visited last year.

Prince George's County Education Briefs: Back to School

Mark your calendars. The first day back to school for all students is Tuesday, Aug. 25.

Prince George's School Board Member Indicted in Free-Lunch Fraud Case

An outgoing Prince George's County school board member has been indicted in an alleged scheme to get reduced school lunch prices for her child.

Rushern Baker Visits The Informer

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III visited The Washington Informer on July 29, to discuss all things Prince George's.

Brandywine Home for $9M Fire Station

Prince George's County officials, firefighters and dozens of other supporters attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 29 at a brand-new $9 million fire station in Brandywine.

New Police Station in Fort Washington to Open This Year

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III has reversed course on postponing the opening a police station in Fort Washington, deciding instead to open it on time, but with a few restrictions.

Ambulatory Center to Replace Struggling Laurel Regional Hospital

Laurel Regional Hospital will be transformed into a $24 million ambulatory care center in three years, following several years of declining admissions and millions of dollars in losses.

FAME Gives Young Musicians a Platform

At the 11th annual Foundation for the Advancement of Music and Education Anniversary and Awards Celebration on July 23 at the Newton White Mansion in Mitchellville, Maryland, students testified how a local music organization in Prince George's County has helped ...

Nine Seek Maryland Congressional Seat

Nine Democratic candidates are vying for one seat in the April 2016 primary to represent Maryland's 4th Congressional district.

Alvin Thornton Officially Makes Bid for Congress

Alvin Thornton, who's credited with creating a formula that increased public education funding throughout Maryland, formally announced his bid for Congress Tuesday night at the Glenarden Municipal Center in Glenarden.