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Flyers from white supremacist group rile the University of Maryland, George Washington campuses

17-03-2017 Hits:407 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Flyers from white supremacist group rile the University of Maryland, George Washington campuses

COLLEGE PARK – White supremacy: coming to a college near you. Earlier this week, white supremacist flyers popped up on walls around the University of Maryland campus, as well as George Washington University in Washington, D.C., telling students it’s their duty to report illegal immigrants and protect “White America.”

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Compromise reached in school board reform bill

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Compromise reached in school board reform bill

ANNAPOLIS – With just a month to go in the Maryland General Assembly session, Prince George’s County school board reform advocates are hailing a compromise that may see some of their goals realized.

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Prince George’s County Board of Ed approves contract for Tulip Grove reno

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Prince George’s County Board of Ed approves contract for Tulip Grove reno

UPPER MARLBORO – After numerous delays, the Tulip Grove Elementary community may finally see movement in the school’s renovation project.

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Van Hollen blasts Trump budget cuts

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Van Hollen blasts Trump budget cuts

CAPITOL HILL – Senator Chris Van Hollen came out strongly against the budget proposal unveiled by President Donald Trump, which features harsh cuts to many federal agencies.

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Metro advances budget proposal with fare hikes but fewer cuts

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Metro advances budget proposal with fare hikes but fewer cuts

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Metro fare hikes are one step closer thanks to a committee vote, but they won’t come with as many reductions in service as originally proposed.

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FBI decision delayed until Congress approves funding

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FBI decision delayed until Congress approves funding

SEABROOK – The county will have to remain in the dark a little longer over whether it will be the new home for the FBI.

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18-year-old arrested for stabbing Crossland student on school grounds

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18-year-old arrested for stabbing Crossland student on school grounds

TEMPLE HILLS – An 18-year-old former Crossland High School student was arrested Monday by Prince George's County Police after he stabbed a Crossland senior outside the school.

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Police arrest man involved in Capitol Heights gas station shooting

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Police arrest man involved in Capitol Heights gas station shooting

CAPITOL HEIGHTS – A 27-year-old Capitol Heights man was arrested Tuesday by homicide detectives from the Prince George's County Police Department in relation to the March 8 shooting in Capitol Heights.

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Man killed in Largo apartment building

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Man killed in Largo apartment building

LARGO – Homicide detectives from the Prince George's County Police Department responded to the Top of the Tree apartment complex in Largo Thursday night to investigate the county's 19th homicide of the year.

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Sports

Lady Terps defeat West Virginia, punch ticket to Sweet 16

Lady Terps defeat West Virginia, punch ticket to Sweet 16

COLLEGE PARK – Point guard Destiny Slocum just threw the ball up. After seeing teammate Shatori Walker-Kimbrough score on a 70-foot darting shot in Maryland’s victory over Indiana on Feb. 5, Slocum and other members of the University of Maryland women’s basketball team practiced similar shots for possible game-time situations.

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Upcoming fashion show, gospel concert to benefit African village

Upcoming fashion show, gospel concert to benefit African village

SPRINGDALE – Justina Thompson, a Springdale resident who has worked as a licensed cosmetologist for 34 years, wants to make the world, as well as her clients, more beautiful.

African drum and dance troupe celebrates 33 years with show

African drum and dance troupe celebrates 33 years with show

MOUNT RAINIER – Explosive drum beats and energetic African dancing infused with African culture served as a fitting celebration of Black History Month for dance troupe Soul in Motion Players (SIMPINC).

PHOTOS: Brandywine Elementary library ribbon cutting

PHOTOS: Brandywine Elementary library ribbon cutting

Check out our gallery from the recent ribbon cutting at Brandywine Elementary School, where they celebrated the grand reopening of their newly-renovated library. The renovation was made possible through The Heart of America Foundation in partnership with Prince George's County Public Schools.  You can find the gallery here: http://smu.gs/2jDqKZ7

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