Prince George's County


Deficit Looms Over P.G. County Budget

Officials in Prince George's County are warning residents and elected leaders that the county is facing another $100 million budget deficit as the county executive prepares to deliver his budget proposal to the county council later this month.

Feds Could Shell Out $100M for Purple Line

A federal agency has recommended funding $100 million toward the proposed Purple Line railway project in Maryland.

P.G. County To Hold Meeting on New Regional Medical Center

Officials in Prince George's County will hold a meeting Saturday, March 1 in Largo to discuss health care and the new regional medical center.

P.G. County School Board OKs $1.8B Budget

The Prince George’s County Board of Education approved the proposed $1.75 billion fiscal 2015 budget in a unanimous vote in Upper Marlboro last week.

P.G. County Exec Baker Officially Begins Bid for Second Term

Prince George's County could see another four years of Executive Rushern L. Baker III.

Local Management Firm Tabbed for Key Role in National Harbor Casino

MGM National Harbor announced Thursday that it has named nationally-regarded architectural, engineering and construction management firm McKissack & McKissack as project manager for the development of the company’s planned destination resort in Prince George's County, Md.

Church Chronicles History, Pastor's Struggles

When Rev. Perry Smith walked through the doors of First Baptist Church of North Brentwood in 1958 as pastor, he only planned to lead the church for two years. Instead, he opted to stay and for more than 50 years ...

P.G. County Architecture Firm To Consult for National Harbor Casino Project

A Temple Hills-based architect firm has been selected to provide management consulting services to MGM National Harbor for the construction of its casino resort, MGM announced Tuesday.

Casino Training Facility Trumps P.G. County Community Center

Residents in Fort Washington, Md., who had hoped an old school building could be converted into a community center now say they are irked by a decision to turn the building into a training facility for an impending casino.

P.G. County AG Gansler 'Out of Touch,' Lawmakers Say

A group of elected leaders in Prince George's County are calling comments made by Attorney General Doug F. Gansler regarding economic development in the county "out of touch" and "irresponsible."

Program Educates Youth on Dating Violence

Patrice George realized she became the victim of domestic abuse after police charged her boyfriend with the murder of her infant son.

P.G. County Residents to Weigh In on National Harbor Casino

Prince George's County residents hoping to give their input on plans to bring a casino to National Harbor near Oxon Hill will have a chance to weigh in during Tuesday's county council meeting.

P.G. County Among Md.'s Top Recyclers

Prince George's County now ranks among the top recycling jurisdictions in Maryland, surging past eight other counties to land in third place in recycling efforts in waste diversion.

P.G. County's Graduation Rate Creeps Upward

The graduation rate for Prince George's County Public Schools has inched upward, according to new data released by the Maryland State Department of Education.

Purple Line Nears Crucial Junction

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.