SEABROOK – Several months ago, more than 12,400 county residents were signed up to receive emergency weather notifications from the Notify Me Prince George’s system. Now, less than 3,000 are signed up, according to the county, after it switched to a new system in late September.
LAUREL — Although the 2014 fiscal year ended in June, the Maryland Transportation Authority has still not released tolling data for the MD-200 InterCounty Connector’s, despite requests from the public for the data.
UPPER MARLBORO – In an effort to improve teacher retention rates and performance, Prince George’s County Public Schools is partnering with the Prince George’s County Educators’ Association to assign workers to mentor and evaluate novice teachers beginning in November.
UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Council’s public safety and fiscal management committee passed legislation last week prohibiting employers from including a criminal history section on job applications and looking into an applicant’s criminal history during a background check.
UPPER MARLBORO—U.S. President Barack Obama and thousands of supporters from across Maryland attended a rally at Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High School Saturday to support Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s bid to become the state’s next governor and to encourage people to participate in early voting.
TEMPLE HILLS – More than 100 people attended the first of three special education listening sessions hosted by Prince George’s County Public Schools at Crossland High School Thursday night citing concerns inadequate care for children with mental or physical disabilities.