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Council seeks options for school CIP funding

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WilliamWirtMSUPPER MARLBORO – Members of the Prince George’s County Council believe the county government does not have the funds to close the gap between state funding and what Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) needs when it come to capital improvements, and they’re looking for solutions to keep modernizing schools.

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Members of Greenbelt City Council criticize maglev project

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greenbelt councilGREENBELT – During a Greenbelt City Council meeting and a separate work session with Baltimore Washington Rapid Rail (BWRR) representatives last week, city officials and residents criticized the damage a high-speed train could do to communities in Prince George’s County, though one resident spoke favorably about the project.

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“Swift” Jarrett Hurd retains title via knockout despite deep cut

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hurd barklays 1 tomcasinoSHOWTIMEBROOKLYN, NY – On two occasions, the ring side doctors looked at the deep cut to Jarrett Hurd’s left eye caused by two head butts and ruled that he could continue.

The two busloads of Hurd fans, and the 7,643 fans in the Barclays Center stands, were holding their collective breaths as a stoppage due to a head butt meant the winner would be determined by the scorecards – and at that point it was anybody’s guess as to who was winning the fight.

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Wesley, Williams lead Spartans to victory over Surrattsville

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Laurel JaheemWilliamsCLINTON – As the Prince George’s County football regular season draws to an end, teams are gearing up for the playoffs.

Laurel has put itself in playoff mode this October and kept things rolling once again against Surrattsville. A powerful Spartans’ running game, led by Jaheem Williams and his three touchdowns, had what it took to dismantle the Hornets, 42-7, on Oct. 14.

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