Prince George's County News
Board approves plan to move Maryland's housing agency to new site in Prince George's County
Amid mass shootings, US gun debate overlooks those coping with daily violence
On Saturday, June 1, a new Maryland law takes effect allowing County Executive Rushern Baker of Prince George's County to appoint a new superintendent of schools for the troubled school system.
The mother of Amber Stanley, who was shot and killed in her own bed last fall, accepted her high school diploma during the Charles H. Flowers High School graduation Tuesday.
One person is dead after being hit by an Amtrak train just outside of the New Carrollton station Sunday morning.
Onlookers in vehicles ranging from strollers to wheelchairs lined Belair Drive to honor service members present and departed during the town's annual Memorial Day Parade on Saturday.
3 high school students shot after leaving birthday party at Capitol Heights nightclub
When a West Lanham Hills volunteer firefighter saw a disabled car in town on Saturday, he pulled over to see whether there was anything he could do to help. As it turned out, there was a lot.
Man charged with first-degree murder in beating death of 2-year-old boy in Suitland
Two teenagers have been arrested in the shooting death of a Seat Pleasant man earlier this month.
Police say Richard Walter Haynes was last seen about noon Thursday in Landover, Md.
A Metro maintenance worker was charged on Thursday for stealing 13 defibrillators from WMATA facilities and selling them on eBay for a fraction of their worth, according to a news release.
Prince George's interim superintendent to stay on through summer
Md. judge hears arguments in case about University of Maryland's withdrawal from ACC
Baker asks Prince George's interim superintendent to stay on through summer
Paul Darwin Oliver was located unharmed.
Fire breaks out inside Home Depot store in Capital Heights, Md.; no injuries reported
Officials in Prince George's County have unveiled a new foreclosure action plan aimed at speeding up the demolition process.
After a heated approval process, the $250 million project that would give Prince George's County its first Whole Foods store appears to be moving forward.
Cal Ripken Jr. now has an honorary degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.