Prince George’s County police released photos of a suspected peeping Tom, who was seen targeting the same College Park house many times.
Nearly a week after the previous chair announced he was stepping down, a new chair was elected Wednesday who promptly apologized to the family of student-athlete Jordan McNair. The board’s reaction to his death has led to a slew of departures from the university’s administration and the football team.
The departure of members of the athletic department is imminent, and university president Wallace Loh is also said to be on shaky ground. The problems and dysfunction documented in the report involve personnel he hired and was in charge of supervising.
The 200-page report comes after football player Jordan McNair’s death sparked questions and outrage over what some say was a toxic culture inside University of Maryland’s football program.
A special committee has been working to determine whether what happens behind closed doors inside the University of Maryland’s football program is something toxic or if it’s just typical college football. The committee’s report will go to the University System Board of Regents Friday.
One parent wants to know how the university is making sure that the mold will not return amid its efforts to eradicate mold in one of its residence halls.
Hateful language and a swastika discovered on whiteboards at the University of Maryland, College Park, have prompted police to launch an investigation into “hate bias” at two halls on campus.
The University of Maryland Police department is asking for the public’s help in locating a four-door Volkswagen sedan used in an overnight robbery spree in College Park.
A year after major work kicked off on the Purple Line in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, road closures are beginning to become more common with construction picking up steam.
The football player’s father sided with the university president amid criticism over having axed a proposal to reform athletic health care.
Strong storms downed trees and damaged homes in College Park on Monday evening. Three homes are currently considered uninhabitable, prompting city officials to help the residents of those homes find “alternate shelter.” See photos.
A former Uber driver is facing 20 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of second-degree rape for the October assault on one of his passengers, who prosecutors said passed out after a night of drinking.
Maryland Congressman Steny Hoyer remembered Richard Collins III one year since he was killed just days before his graduation from Bowie State University.
Denizens Brewing Co., based out of Silver Spring, Maryland, is opening a second location in Prince George’s County at the Riverdale Park Station development in Hyattsville.
A historian is being hit with jail time and a hefty fine for stealing hundreds of dog tags and other records from the National Archives at College Park, Maryland.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.