LANDOVER – As the announcement of the new home for the FBI draws closer, the agency and General Services Administration (GSA) are reaching out to the communities vying for the headquarters and its 11,000 jobs.
HYATTSVILLE – The Hyattsville City Council has a mountain of decisions to make about future capital projects in the city, and the pressure is on to make those decisions before the citywide elections in May.
ANNAPOLIS – In the fallout from the liquor board bribery scandal, several bills are making their way through the General Assembly and their proposers facing questions from members of their own party.
GREENBELT – A decision on the new home for the FBI is expected next month, and the General Services Administration (GSA) is reaching out to the communities around the shortlist sites in advance.
LAUREL – Last Tuesday, it was North County’s turn to host County Executive Rushern Baker, III for a stop on his budget listening tour.
BLADENSBURG – After months of meetings on the matter and a year-long delay, the Prince George’s County Board of Education is set to make countywide boundary changes based off recommendations from the school system’s chief executive officer (CEO), but not everyone is happy with the proposal.
ANNAPOLIS – The state Senate is moving quickly to reform the Prince George’s County liquor board.