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.
A federal agency has recommended funding $100 million toward the proposed Purple Line railway project in Maryland.
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.
A consortium of community and civil rights groups are pressuring Maryland legislators to commit to a six month moratorium on foreclosures in the state amid concerns of irregularities in the proceedings.
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.
Prince George's County could see another four years of Executive Rushern L. Baker III.
Winter Closings Could Extend Year
An extended school year could be in store for in Prince George's County students after weather cancellations have caused the schools system to exhaust its allotment of snow days.
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 Smith led one of the oldest black churches in Prince George's County.
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.
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."