CASA, community react to the Supreme Court's immigration decision

Deportations 01WASHINGTON, D.C. – Although the Supreme Court’s 4-4 deadlock on President Barack Obama’s executive action to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation will not set a precedent in the high court, it was a hard blow to immigrant families and their advocates.


County residents adapt to SafeTrack shutdown

NewCarrolltonParkingLotWiderNEW CARROLLTON – Weeks of warnings from county and Metro officials have been heeded by Prince George’s commuters, who have adapted their transportation plans in the face of a two-week-long shutdown of rail segments on the Orange, Silver and Blue lines into the District of Columbia.


County library system offers abundance of new technology

PG Library SystemLARGO – The Prince George’s County Memorial Library System (PGCMLS) is leaping into the future with a series of new tech updates, tech offerings and a virtual partnership with Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS).


Romano Vineyard & Winery celebrates five-year anniversary

RomanofrontBRANDYWINE – Warm weather and clear skies set the scene for a perfect time for wine enthusiasts to explore the scenic location of Romano Vineyard & Winery, located at 15715 Bald Eagle School Road in Brandywine, not long after the first day of summer.


County representatives part of sit-in for gun control

Edwards sitinWASHINGTON, D.C. – Local members of Congress are participating in a sit-in in the Well of the House of Representatives that is entering its second day in an effort to force House leadership to vote on gun control measures.


Board of education passes $1.93B budget, adds more literacy coaches

BOEUPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Board of Education passed a $1.93 billion budget last week, and although the budget was approximately 4.9 percent larger than fiscal year 2016, it wasn’t enough to fund everything the school system wanted.

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