GLENN DALE – With Congress on a two-week recess, many representatives are returning to their districts to engage with constituents. Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.-5) was one of them, hosting a town hall meeting on April 11.
LANDOVER HILLS – On the one year anniversary of a Prince George's County Fire Department paramedic who was shot and killed in the line of duty, fellow firefighters, family and friends gathered Saturday night at the Landover Hills Fire Station for a moment of silence to remember John "Skillet" Ulmschneider.
COLLEGE PARK – As the College Park Metro Station closes down for two weeks for repairs, University of Maryland students are scrambling to adjust their commutes.
UPPER MARLBORO – For the second time in three years, Prince George's Fire Department's Technical Rescue Team had to use their skills to rescue 24 people on a roller coaster last Thursday.
DISTRICT HEIGHTS – Although no mold spores were found in District Heights Elementary School, board members and several school-related unions are demanding removal of personnel and students from the school while air quality is improved in the building.
GREENBELT – The decision on the FBI headquarters may be stalled, but the developer of the Greenbelt Metro Station is moving forward with plans to prepare the site if it is ultimately selected.
CHEVERLY – Plans to bring “the fastest train in the world” to the Washington, D.C. corridor are slowly moving forward.