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Two lives forever intertwined by liver transplant

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Two lives forever intertwined by liver transplant

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Jan. 30, MedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute transplant team members successfully completed a domino liver transplant that saved the lives of two people, including that of a young boy from Prince George’s County.

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Maryland Day draws more than 75,000

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Maryland Day draws more than 75,000

COLLEGE – The University of Maryland celebrated and hosted its 17th annual Maryland Day on Saturday, welcoming more than 75,000 visitors and 400 exhibits and attractions on the campus. 

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College Park looks to implement bike share by end of fall

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College Park looks to implement bike share by end of fall

COLLEGE PARK – After the city halted its plans to implement a bikeshare program in 2013, College Park and the University of Maryland are planning to bring a bicycle system to the area by the end of the fall.

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Baltimore Burns

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Baltimore Burns

BALTIMORE – Fires burned and stores got looted as anger and violence escalated in the city on the day Freddie Gray was laid to rest.

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General Assembly approves Public Information Act reform

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General Assembly approves Public Information Act reform

ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland General Assembly passed a bill before the end of its legislative session Monday night that provides reform of the Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) which advocates of the bill say will provide greater transparency and access to public information.

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Baker endorses Van Hollen while majority of Council endorses Edwards

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Baker endorses Van Hollen while majority of Council endorses Edwards

COLMAR MANOR – County Executive Rushern Baker III and the County Council may find themselves at odds once again. 

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Police search for “menace” who stole boy’s wheelchair

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Police search for “menace” who stole boy’s wheelchair

Days after a man allegedly stole 4-year-old Langley Park resident Joshua Romero’s wheelchair, another Prince George’s County resident stepped forward to give the boy a replacement. 

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Suspect arrested, one dead after shooting at Census Bureau

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Suspect arrested, one dead after shooting at Census Bureau

WASHINGTON – The Metropolitan Police Department continues to investigate a kidnapping, police chase and shooting that occurred between Prince George’s County lines and Washington, D.C. on April 9. 

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Grand jury indicts county police officer

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Grand jury indicts county police officer

UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Police Department has suspended one of its officers without pay after a grand jury indicted him on assault charges for allegedly putting a gun to a Bowie man’s head.

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Sports

Rain doesn't stop Riverdale Baptist in 7-1 win

Rain doesn't stop Riverdale Baptist in 7-1 win

UPPER MARLBORO – On a day when a pre-game shower dampened the field, the Riverdale Baptist baseball team emerged from the clouds with a 7-1 victory over the visiting Potomac School on Wednesday afternoon.

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Features

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Local musician finds her calling and “It’s Alright”

Local musician finds her calling and “It’s Alright”

When Akeira Cramer attended high school, she had never had any formal music training and just participated in school musicals and plays. 

Owning consignment shop a “dream come true” for local business owners

Owning consignment shop a “dream come true” for local business owners

BOWIE — For Dina Bennett and Karen Whitney, owning and operating their own local consignment and boutique is a dream come true.

Prince George’s only winery provides country feel

Prince George’s only winery provides country feel

BRANDYWINE – For the owners of the Romano Vineyard and Winery the business is not only about selling wine—it’s also about making customers feel like they are a part of the family. 

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