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College Park principal given Archdiocese recognition

28-09-2016 Hits:22 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

College Park principal given Archdiocese recognition

COLLEGE PARK – This month, a principal in College Park was named the Archdiocese of Washington’s Distinguished Principal of the Year.

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Hyattsville seeks input on five-year plan

28-09-2016 Hits:25 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Hyattsville seeks input on five-year plan

HYATTSVILLE – For three nights throughout the past two weeks, citizens of Hyattsville had a chance to put on their best city planner hat and dream up the future of the city.

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Hope Connections coming to county

28-09-2016 Hits:32 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Hope Connections coming to county

LANDOVER – A cancer diagnosis can be an emotionally difficult journey for both patients and their loved ones, but resources to help manage potential stress produced from the situation are not always readily available for both parties.

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State News

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Democratic Central Committee takes no position on ballot questions

28-09-2016 Hits:24 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

SUITLAND – Voters have tough decisions to make when they go to the polls in November, and the Democratic Central Committee (DCC) faced an equally arduous decision in choosing who and what to endorse on its sample ballot.

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Your water at home: The Sentinel's investigation

21-09-2016 Hits:380 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Your water at home: The Sentinel's investigation

ROCKVILLE – Surface water in Montgomery and Prince George’s County contains fecal matter, while tap water and well water in the two counties has a variety of chemicals, turbidity and hardness issues – according to a six-month long investigation conducted by The Sentinel Newspapers.

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Metro proposes four options for operating hours

14-09-2016 Hits:286 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Metro proposes four options for operating hours

WASHINGTON D.C. – Metrorail’s service hours will be changing next year, but officials don’t know yet what those changes will be.

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Bladensburg High School student dies after possible accidental shooting

26-09-2016 Hits:56 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

BLADENSBURG – A shooting in a Bladensburg apartment building left a 16-year-old Bladensburg High School student dead.

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Woman stabbed to death in Capitol Heights

22-09-2016 Hits:193 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Woman stabbed to death in Capitol Heights

CAPITOL HEIGHTS – A woman was stabbed to death early Wednesday morning at a trailer park community in Ritchie and police have arrested the person who has committed the county’s 72nd homicide of the year.

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Man charged with manslaughter of six-month-old baby

21-09-2016 Hits:114 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Man charged with manslaughter of six-month-old baby

CAPITOL HEIGHTS – A 48-year-old Capitol Heights man is being charged with the murder of a sixth-month-old baby boy who he was caring for on Sept. 13 at his home.

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Sports

West Virginia tops BYU at FedExField, BSU's Jordan named CIAA Lineman of the Week

West Virginia tops BYU at FedExField, BSU's Jordan named CIAA Lineman of the Week

LANDOVER – West Virginia defeated BYU 35-32 in a hotly contested neutral site game at FedExField on Sept. 24.

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Prince George’s County Fair back at Showplace Arena, continues traditions

Prince George’s County Fair back at Showplace Arena, continues traditions

UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Fair is set to return to The Showplace Arena this Thursday – a year after a double-booking pushed them from the site.

Brothers bring inspiring message to community in new sold-out play

Brothers bring inspiring message to community in new sold-out play

SPRINGDALE – A dynamic platform to inspire others began with a vision to create an original play called “Black Boy Blues” and steps that two local brothers took to launch a production company called Jenk Ink.

Pyramid Atlantic opens new home in Hyattsville

Pyramid Atlantic opens new home in Hyattsville

HYATTSVILLE – In a newly renovated building that pays homage to its history, donning industrial themes, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center opened in its new Prince George’s County home on Saturday.

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