State and local leaders in Maryland are bracing for a springtime decision from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) on the fate of the proposed $2.2 billion Purple Line.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III is prepping a rollout of his proposed fiscal 2015 budget during a public hearing Tuesday night in Upper Marlboro.
A development project that planners hope will revitalize the University Town Center in Hyattsville, Md., is moving forward with a grocery store and retail development.
Officials in Prince George's County government are hoping to diversify their ranks with the formation of a special task force aimed at outreach to immigrant communities.
Less than two weeks after withdrawing legislation that would have expanded the operating hours of speed cameras in Prince George's County, a state lawmaker is now pushing a bill that would prohibit use of the devices during holidays and summer ...
Less than two weeks after a "polar vortex" blasted across the nation, the D.C. region steeled Tuesday for another cold front expected to deliver as much as 10 inches of snow.
Prince George's County is warning business owners to look out for scammers offering to perform fire inspections at a discounted rate.
A Maryland lawmaker is poised this week to introduce legislation that would raise the state’s minimum wage to $10.10 by 2016.
A Prince George's County lawmaker said he plans to scrap legislation that would have allowed nearly 100 speed cameras in the county to operate 24 hours a day.
The County Executives from Prince George's, Montgomery and Baltimore Counties stood together Tuesday in unity to announce that they will work together to develop legislation requesting additional funding for school modernization and construction.
Prince George's County residents could soon see 24-hour speed cameras under a proposal by one lawmaker in Annapolis.
The CEO of Prince George's County Public Schools has been named a finalist for the 2014 National Superintendent of the Year by the American Association of School Administrators.
Officials in Prince George’s County are boasting that residents are safer now than they have been since 1986 after county crime stats for the past year showed a continued decline in violent crime rates.
Prince George's County officials are urging residents to note a new law banning plastic compost bags that took effect Jan. 1.
Lawmakers in Maryland are hoping to form plans to seek a reduction in tolls for the ICC, an 18-mile highway that stretches from Gaithersburg in Montgomery County to Laurel in Prince George's County, according to reports.