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Bike-share program comes to Prince George’s County

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bikeshare 03LARGO – Most government press conferences conclude with applause, conversation and, on occasion, light refreshments. However, after the ribbon cutting for the introduction of Capital Bikeshare to Prince George’s County, government officials hopped on bicycles and joined local bike groups on the trip from the Curry Administration Building to the Largo Metro Station.

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Primary election coverage: Clerk of the Circuit Court

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SEABROOK – During the upcoming June primary election, voters will have the opportunity to choose the next clerk of the circuit court for Prince George’s County. The clerk of the circuit court is a state official whose responsibilities include record-keeping, maintaining relevant books and papers, providing copies of legal documents and issuing writs.

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Local officials and residents honor veterans

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Cross1BLADENSBURG – On Memorial Day, the American Legion Post #131 (Colmar Manor) joined local politicians and county residents in Bladensburg to honor local veterans. The ceremony was scheduled to take place at the Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial, known locally as the Peace Cross, but moved to the Bladensburg town hall due to inclement weather.

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State Senate candidates talk legislation at forum

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LANDOVER – Eight of the candidates for Maryland State Senate for Legislative Districts 23, 24 and 25 discussed current and potential state legislation and their impact on the county during a forum on May 24 at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden. Congregant and sports broadcaster Lou Holder moderated the discussion. The church’s Civic Engagement Ministry developed the questions posed to the candidates. Each candidate answered two questions.

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County council approves historic $4 billion budget

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UPPER MARLBORO – For the first time, the Prince George’s County Council passed a budget that surpasses $4 billion. The total approved budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 is $4.09 billion, an increase of $215 million, or 5.5 percent, more than the FY 2018 budget.

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