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Gaithersburg, MD (June 28, 2022) The City of Gaithersburg presents works by the Gaithersburg Camera Club as part of the “Photography Across the City” exhibitions. The exhibit is on display July 1 through August 21, 2022, at Kentlands Mansion, 320 Kent Square Road. Viewing is by appointment o…

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When UMGC alumnus Jason Kuhn ’20 was furloughed at the start of the COVID-19 lockdown and his young son Logan was home e-learning, they decided to launch a business.

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On the morning of June 14, 2022 at approximately 3:40 a.m., 9-1-1 calls were received in reference to an explosion and fire at Larkin Chase Senior Nursing Home, 15005 Health Center Drive. The Prince George’s County Fire Department, District of Columbia Fire Department, Montgomery County Fire…

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Check out this album that complies a plethora of photos from graduation ceremonies across the county. A great number of schools are pictured, including but not limited to: Bladensburg, Bowie, and Central High Schools. In this article, you can see some example photos.

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At a recent ceremony, The Prince George's County Association of REALTORS® (PGCAR) awarded $10,000 in college scholarships to deserving high school graduates. Through the REALTORS® David and Juanita Maclin Memorial Scholarship Fund, named in memory of PGCAR’s 2006 President, David Maclin, and…

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Two teams of Montgomery County high school students and one team of PG County students have been named winners of the Stock Market Game™, the financial literacy competition and simulation organized by the Maryland Council on Economic Education. The winners were announced at an awards ceremon…

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Still reeling from the harmful effects that COVID-19 unleashed on the community, educators in Prince George's County are uniting with students, parents, and community allies to outline a bold plan to increase academic performance and improve student success for the county's 135,000 students …

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Enjoy this picture show from the Annual Reunion Gala of the Howard University Medical Alumni Association (HUMAA) held earlier this month.

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The official launch party as a public charity is a cocktail attire ticketed event with heavy hors d'oeuvres, an open bar, dancing, a high end silent auction and tons of fun! Come show your support for glioblastoma on the rooftop and indoor portion of Tommy Joe’s @ 6PM.

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Please see the attached pdf of this article for the details of the fundraiser, or check out their website here. They have so far raised over $20,000 for the Ukraine. Check out the fundraiser and contribute to charity today.

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Bowie area voters can meet some of the candidates who are vying for statewide and local offices and learn about their positions on various issues at two candidate forums held at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts on April 12 and April 14 at 7 p.m.

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Around 10 p.m. last Wednesday, sophomore computer science major Alan Elbert was preparing for bed. He checked Telegram, a messaging application he uses to stay up to date with Ukrainian news. He would never have imagined what he was about to read: Russia was invading Ukraine.

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Editor’s Note: This commentary by Damon Freeman, PhD, professor and director of the history program at University of Maryland Global Campus, was written as part of the university’s commemoration of African-American Heritage Month.

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Today, Court of Appeals of Maryland Chief Judge Joseph M. Getty issued administrative orders announcing the Maryland Judiciary will return to Phase V of its five-phased progressive resumption of operations. The main order, the Fourth Amended Administrative Order Expanding St…

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When thinking of Maryland’s beautiful coastlines, our famous blue crabs probably come to mind. But marvelous sea life isn’t the only thing our oceans have to offer. If we build offshore wind turbines in our waters we have the potential to nearly double our renewable energy capacity. Maryland…

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This election year, don’t forget to stay updated on local elections happening in your district. Some may be sooner than you realize! For example, among other municipal elections, this year is Maryland’s Gubernatorial Election. Primary elections are on June 28th, 2022, with early voting from …

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The Maryland Terrapins’ energy was high coming into Sunday afternoon’s matchup after squeaking out a win in East Lansing last week. As College Park celebrated senior day, honoring guard Katie Benzan, forward Chloe Bibby, guard Channise Lewis and Zoe Young, the Terps were looking to continue …

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The clock hadn’t started yet and Wisconsin guard Katie Nelson was already at the free throw line for the Badgers (6-16). A rare technical foul for an equipment malfunction put the Maryland Terrapins down by one, but the deficit didn’t last long.

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I am the son and grandson of refugees from Nazi Germany. I know from my family history and my personal experience that people who are fleeing to the United States from violence and oppression in their countries of origin deserve sanctuary and deserve justice. And right now, we have a chance …

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In March of 2020, schools across the state of Maryland shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, putting a halt on all high school sports. Club teams eventually resumed activity after the summer, but high school sports did not continue until the spring of 2021, bringing about a modified versio…

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January 28 is Earned Income Tax Credit or EITC Awareness Day. Montgomery County residents should note that EITC is a refundable tax credit that is one of the nation's largest and most effective anti-poverty programs.

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The holidays are meant to be a time of joy and celebration. For those of us working in healthcare, it has been anything but. This time of year has been particularly stressful for all of us. As the new year begins, those of us manning the hospitals are bracing ourselves for a very dark winter.

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The Prince George’s County Department of the Environment concluded a month-long public comment tour on Nov. 30, during which it presented its freshly minted Climate Action Plan to residents online and in community centers across the county for feedback and critique.

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Thanksgiving  Parade  In Silver Spring  All  Photos By Marketa Ebert  

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MD – Educators in Prince George’s County will take to the streets Thursday evening to demand the Prince George’s County Board of Education and school administration address a dire understaffing situation that has led to crushing workloads for educators. 

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I’m fortunate to wear many hats at Gwynn Park High School, some of which include: 10th and 11th grade English teacher, English Department Chair, social media manager and yearbook sponsor. Since high school, I’ve been passionate about yearbook creation and now that I have my own class of stud…

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The Prince George’s County Sierra Club supports the Prince George’s County Climate Action Plan, which is now available at mypgc.us/climateactionplan. Public comments made during the 30-day public comment period (Nov. 1-Dec 1) will become part of the public record. The full implementation of …

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Two high school juniors are running a local charity drive in order to combat period and hygiene poverty. They have partnered with Her Drive, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that shares their goals. They began collecting items on the 15th of October and plan to continue collect…

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