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District council waits to decide on concrete plant

18-04-2018 Hits:786 Local Rachel Cain - avatar Rachel Cain

UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Council sitting as the District Council chose to “take the case under advisement” regarding a proposed concrete batching plant in Bladensburg on April...

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Trespasser hit by train near Cheverly

17-04-2018 Hits:108 Local Jim Davis - avatar Jim Davis

CHEVERLY – A man is dead after he was struck by an Amtrak train on April 16 near Cheverly.

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Two solar farms proposed for southern region of county

11-04-2018 Hits:1305 Local Candace Rojo Keyes - avatar Candace Rojo Keyes

UPPER MARLBORO — Renewable energy is making its way to the region of the county better known for power plants and gas as plans for two solar farms are set...

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State News

State lawmakers discuss plan to keep health care individual mandate

17-01-2018 Hits:1640 State Rachel Cain - avatar Rachel Cain

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland state lawmakers and health care advocates announced a plan on Jan. 9 to continue the health care individual mandate in the state.

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Appeals Court: Purple Line can move forward

03-01-2018 Hits:15947 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

UPPER MARLBORO –  A decision by a U.S. Appeals Court will allow construction on the Purple Line to continue.

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Proposed FBI headquarters may bring the project to the county

20-12-2017 Hits:10971 State Rachel Cain - avatar Rachel Cain

UPPER MARLBORO - The FBI has has needed a new headquarters for over a decade. The J. Edgar Hoover Building on Pennsylvania Avenue is too small to house the entire...

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Crime

Son stabs father to death

19-04-2018 Hits:89 Crime Jim Davis - avatar Jim Davis

LANGLEY PARK – A 25-year-old man has been arrested for the murder of his father inside their Langley Park condominium.

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Three men arrested for fatal stabbing

19-04-2018 Hits:65 Crime Jim Davis - avatar Jim Davis

LANGLEY PARK – Three men from Langley Park have been arrested for the fatal stabbing of a 29-year-old man that occurred on March 31st in the 1400 block of University...

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Mysterious listening device found in local school

18-04-2018 Hits:70 Crime Jim Davis - avatar Jim Davis

PALMER PARK – On April 16, in the morning, a hidden camera was allegedly found in an administration office within a school in Prince George's County.

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Sports

Photos of the week

18-04-2018 Hits:203 Sports Sentinel Staff - avatar Sentinel Staff

Our Prince George's Sentinel photographers captured some great action this week. You should really check it out! Don't forget to come back every week and look at some of our other...

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This week in sports

18-04-2018 Hits:218 Sports Jeff Seidel, Photo by Daniel Kucin Jr. - avatar Jeff Seidel, Photo by Daniel Kucin Jr.

COLLEGE PARK – Megan Whittle set a new Maryland record for career goals during the 20-5 victory over Ohio State on April 15. Whittle scored three times and passed Jen...

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Ninth inning heroics earn Baysox sweep of Erie

18-04-2018 Hits:113 Sports José Umaña - avatar José Umaña

BOWIE – Erick Salcedo does not mind admitting it: he enjoys being the hero. The Venezuelan shortstop for the Bowie Baysox said he relishes having the extra pressure from his...

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Entertainment

August Wilson’s ‘Two Trains Running’

18-04-2018 Hits:92 Entertainment Edith Billups - avatar Edith Billups

WASHINGTON, D.C. – August Wilson’s “Two Trains Running” is onstage at D.C.’s Arena Stage through earlyMay and has a superb cast to match Wilson’s masterful storytelling.

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Greenbelt – The Art Deco Utopia

18-04-2018 Hits:441 Entertainment Mark Dreisonstok - avatar Mark Dreisonstok

GREENBELT – “Beyond these houses, the elm-beset meadows ended in a fringe of tall willows, while on the right hand went the tow-path and a clear space before a row...

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‘Underground Railroad Game’ explores race relations

11-04-2018 Hits:184 Entertainment Edith Billups - avatar Edith Billups

WASHINGTON, D.C. – “Underground Railroad Game” is onstage at D.C.’s Wooly Mammoth Theatre through April 29 and is not a production for the faint at heart.

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