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Crime rate down in PG County

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PGPDPALMER PARK – Prince George’s County experienced a reduction in violent crime last year and had an overall downward trend in the volume of crime over the last seven years, government and public safety officials announced on Jan. 8.

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County leaders disucss legislative priorities

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COLLEGE PARK — During the county council retreat, local leaders discussed priorities for the county for the upcoming General Assembly legislative session this month. Prince George’s county executive and members of Prince George’s county council and General Assembly delegation met on Jan. 4 at The Hotel at the University of Maryland to discuss the legislative priorities for th upcoming legislative session.

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The Arc of Prince George's County receives grant

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arc prince george mobile logoLARGO — The Arc of Prince George’s County will soon feature a sensory room, only the second such space in the county, for their clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have an opportunity to interact with their environment in new ways. This project is being made possible by a $15,000 grant from the Comcast Foundation, which was announced on Jan. 2.

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Howard B. Owens Science Center, Maxwell celebrate 40 years

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ScienceCenter40 01LANHAM – Science has changed a lot over the past 40 years, but the mission of Howard B. Owens Science Center has largely remained the same: to provide children with hands-on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning experiences that they will take with them forever.

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