Lawsuit filed in child pornography case

ChildpornconferenceUPPER MARLBORO – A lawsuit has been filed on behalf the guardian of a nine-year-old child who was one of 11 confirmed victims of Deonte Carraway, a Judge Sylvania Woods Elementary school volunteer who was arrested Saturday by the Prince George’s County Police Department and charged with making child pornography, according to county police.


Gov. Hogan touts bipartisanship in State of the State address

2016StateoftheStateroomANNAPOLIS – Maryland has seen quite a year. From protests and riots in Baltimore City to the governor’s cancer diagnosis, from the announcement of the Purple Line funding to a historic snowfall in the first month of this year, Gov. Larry Hogan said the state has been tested, but made it through all their trials by coming together.


Gov. Hogan, County Exec. Baker at odds over hospital funding

hoganUPPER MARLBORO – County Executive Rushern Baker III continues to push Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to immediately release $15 million in operational funding for the Prince George’s County Medical Center even after Hogan announced a plan to provide funding for the facility through fiscal year 2021 (FY21).


Baker administration unveils 2016 state legislative priorities

BakerANNAPOLIS – The Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and the office of County Executive Rushern Baker III partnered to present the 2016 Capital Access Reception, where the administration unveiled its legislative priorities for the 2016 General Assembly session.


Donations needed for displaced Presidential Park fire victims

condoADELPHI - On Jan. 13, a fire broke out in a six-story building in Presidential Park Condominiums, located at 9205 New Hampshire Ave. in Adelphi. The fire began on a top floor unit, spread and left a large portion of the building completely destroyed.


Museum and cultural center offers black history programs, diverse exhibits

AfricanAmericanMuseumgroupNORTH BRENTWOOD – For those interested in embracing African-American history in a unique way, the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC), located at 4519 Rhode Island Ave. in North Brentwood, fills a local gap.

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