UPPER MARLBORO – After months of intense budget discussion, the County Council and Deputy Chief Administrative Officer of Finance and Budget Tom Himler sat down to discuss the county’s financial future and how to eliminate structural deficit.
UPPER MARLBORO – Prince George’s County Public Schools announced the hire of 11 principals on July 13 including a new hire at Largo High School where the previous principal resigned amid allegations of discrimination.
HYATTSVILLE – President Barack Obama announced the commutation of 46 prisoners across the nation, including a Hyattsville man, last week during an address to the nation on July 13.
UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Police Department has broken another barrier in its search for funding to begin a pilot program for the installation of body cameras, but some County Council members have concerns about the cost and implementation.
LANDOVER – In a move to further ensure the safety of its customers, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) has agreed to establish a new full-time fire liaison position with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government Fire Chief’s Committee.
LARGO – More than 60 Prince George’s County-run businesses joined the Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and County Executive Rushern Baker III to discuss sponsorships an upcoming trip to China to promote trade expansion.