Prince George's County


EDC'S 'Kidpreneur Day' Empowers Rising Stars

More than 100 young entrepreneurs were given the unique opportunity this month to start and enhance their businesses at the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation's first annual "KidPreneur Day."

Prince George's Will Manage Health Care Enrollment

Prince George's County residents still without health care coverage could receive some in the near future, thanks to a $1.6 million grant.

Bacteria Found in Neonatal Unit at P.G. Hospital

Nine babies at Prince George's Hospital Center have been transferred to Children's Hospital in D.C. after officials determined three of them are infected with potentially deadly bacteria.

Md. Interns Get Political, Professional Experience at DNC

Eight high school and college students interning for the Maryland delegation at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia got to witness history.

Prince George's Co. EDC Hosts Jobs Fair for Vets

More than 200 military veterans joined the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation Monday for a jobs and resources fair geared toward vets.

Hundreds Attend Maryland Day Celebration at DNC Convention

The Young Men's Democratic Club of Prince George's County co-sponsored a luncheon Wednesday in Philadelphia with County Executive Rushern L. Baker III to emphasize the importance of political involvement on the third day of the Democratic National Convention.

Alsobrooks Shines in Maryland Delegation Session at DNC

Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks spoke Tuesday to Maryland delegates and their guests during a breakfast meeting on the second day of the Democratic National Convention for less than 15 minutes, but made a huge impression as a ...

Inmates in Prince George's Jail Recognized for Finishing Domestic-Violence Course

Nearly 40 inmates at Prince George's County Corrections Center in Upper Marlboro were recognized Thursday for completing a voluntary class on domestic violence and anger management.

Judge Orders Walter Fauntroy to Pay Outstanding Debt

Former D.C. Congressional delegate Walter E. Fauntroy smiled and calmly walked out of Prince George's County Circuit Court Wednesday morning after a judge ordered him to pay off a debt he had after he left the country more than four ...

Prince George's Council Seeks to Add Two Seats

Prince George's County Council passed a resolution Tuesday to place seven questions on the November ballot, which include adding two seats to the nine-member board.

UM Medical System to Help Upgrade Laurel Hospital

Laurel Regional Hospital will not downsize and inpatient services will continue until December 2017, thanks to a Baltimore-based medical system.

Prince George's Co. Officer Won't Be Charged in Fellow Officer's Death

The Prince George's County police officer who fatally shot fellow officer Jacai Colson during an ambush attack on a Palmer Park police station in March will not be charged, the county state's attorney announced Friday.

Federal Trial of Accused Child Molester Set for March

The former Prince George's County teacher's aide and school volunteer accused of child pornography and other charges will go on trial in federal court next year.

Delegate to Host Forum on Domestic Violence

Maryland state Del. Angela Angel will host a domestic violence forum Saturday in Landover.

State Health Commission: Modify Hospital Project

Prince George’s County officials say the plan to build a $651 million regional medical center in Largo doesn’t need any changes. However, the Maryland Healthcare Commission requests the application from Dimensions Healthcare and the University of Maryland Medical systems, which ...