Prince George’s Community College and PGCPS react to President’s plan

pgccLARGO – In his sixth State of the Union address on Jan. 20 President Barack Obama said 40 percent of college students choose community college, citing the statistic as one of the reasons he proposed a plan to make community college tuition free for students young and old nationwide. 


Parents, residents ask Board of Ed. for support at public hearing

PGCPS-logoUPPER MARLBORO—Parents, citizens and school administrators gathered at the Sasscer Administration Building for a public hearing to let the Board of Education know what they think needs to be included in the fiscal 2016 budget for Prince George’s County Public Schools, but only six people signed up to speak. 


County escapes winter weather storm

Sinkhole2BLADENSBURG – As county residents slept, the remnants of a snow storm hitting the north eastern part of the country invaded the state of Maryland and Prince George’s County. Luckily for residents, the Department of Public Works and Transportation prepared for the worst before the storm hit, according to Paulette Jones, a special assistant for the director of DPW&T.


State Loses After Cops’ Testimony Ruled Inconsistent

gavelUPPER MARLBORO—A Prince George’s County District Court judge acquitted three residents Friday involved in an altercation with police officers in Aug. 2014 after ruling the officers’ testimony was not consistent with the evidence and video presented in court. 

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