Prince George's County


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 ...

Prince George's EDC Launches Summer-Jobs Project

The Workforce Services Division of the Prince George's County's Economic Development Corporation launched Tuesday its "Knowledge Equals Youth Success" summer program, which provides youth ages 14-24 with professional growth and work experience.

Prince George's Council Irked by Reduction of Trash, Recycling Collection

The Prince George's County Council received an update Tuesday on the recent implementation of once-a-week trash/recycling collection, but didn't like what they heard.

Reps. Hoyer, Scott Push for Workplace Fairness at Forum

Democratic Reps. Steny Hoyer of Maryland and Bobby Scott of Virginia held a forum Monday at Bowie City Hall on prohibiting workplace discrimination.

Prince George's Youth Prepare For Summer-Jobs Program

Prince George's County held the orientation for its "Youth@Work" summer-jobs program Thursday at Prince George's Community College's student center in Largo.

Prince George's Expands Neighborhood-Improvement Program

Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker and dozens of county officials and residents celebrated not only the success of the Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative program, but also its expansion into three more communities.

Hogan: Yes to Prince George's County Road Projects, No to Trump

While Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan visited Prince George's County to talk about millions of dollars in road projects, the Republican leader also made another statement involving the presidential race.

Officials Celebrate Opening of MGM Employment Center

MGM and local officials celebrated the grand opening of the company's National Harbor employment center Monday, with the casino scheduled to open later this year at the Prince George's County resort.

11-Year-Old Pastry Chef Among Business Owners at EDC Summit

Eleven-year-old pastry chef Gabrielle Williams was among the small-business owners at the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation-sponsored Small Business and Job Seekers Summit last weekend at the community outreach center of Union Bethel AME Church in Brandywine.