With the Maryland General Assembly session opening on Jan. 11, The Sentinel reached out to all the members of the Prince George’s County House Delegation to talk about their priorities for 2017. This is the first part of a series.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The holiday spirit of goodwill was present at the Metro Board of Directors’ meeting Dec. 15, when compromise prevailed somewhat unexpectedly in the board’s unanimous vote to change Metrorail’s operating hours.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – As the region’s leaders gathered to look back on 2016 and gear up for the year ahead, they also chose Prince George’s County leaders to help guide the path forward.
NEW CARROLLTON – Maryland State Sen. Paul G. Pinsky (D) and member of the House of Delegates Anne Healey (D), both from Legislative District 22, visited New Carrollton to meet with Mayor Andrew C. Hanko and members of the city council last Monday to discuss the state’s legislative agenda for the next year and to listen to the concerns of city officials.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – It took nearly two hours of discussion for Metro’s Customer Service, Operations and Security Committee to make a decision on changing Metrorail’s hours of operation.
SEABROOK – Purple Line opponents had an extra reason to be thankful last week after a federal judge reaffirmed his decision halting construction on the light rail project.