LANHAM – After completing a process of obtaining permits and completing paperwork, the new Capital Caring Center, which is Prince George’s County’s first inpatient hospice center, began accepting hospice patients on April 12.
Referral sources were alerted by Capital Caring’s coordinator team that the doors to the facility had officially opened on the third floor of 9885 Greenbelt Road in Lanham.
UPPER MARLBORO – The department of public works and transportation (DPW&T) is one of the more visible government agencies, responsible for street repair, snow removal and TheBus service. As the county council reviews their budget request for this year, they want to make sure residents see the results of those investments.
HYATTSVILLE – No decisions will be made by the Hyattsville May 2 ballot referendum, but the city council is hoping to gain some insight on how residents feel about the size and composition of the council.
COLLEGE PARK – College Park residents and Metro officials gathered in a bus to discuss potential changes to the city’s Metro station.
FORT WASHINGTON – The county presented its second multi-year spending plan for video lottery terminal (VLT) revenues out of MGM National Harbor, and the local development council (LDC) is raising familiar concerns about it.
HYATTSVILLE – Twenty-five years ago, Michael Albertson, a Vietnam veteran and former Hyattsville councilman, polled city residents about dedicating a veteran memorial and was told by many that the city should not “memorialize war.”
UPPER MARLBORO – The county council’s annual budget hearing on the community development block grant (CDBG) annual action plan took on added significance this year, adding faces and stories to proposed federal cuts.
HYATTSVILLE – Twelve people are vying for votes from Hyattsville residents across all five wards, and while they all have very different visions for the city, they share a commonality.
COLLEGE PARK – A massive five-alarm fire erupted Monday morning at a six-story apartment building under construction in College Park near the University of Maryland.
The fire closed down Baltimore Avenue for more than eight hours, resulting in major traffic problems as well as closing down the university and cancelling classes for the day.