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Shelters, rescues work with county to relocate pit bulls

26-08-2015 Hits:361 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Shelters, rescues work with county to relocate pit bulls

UPPER MARLBORO – For Eric Vocke, the co-founder of the Baltimore Bully Crew, the amount of pit bull dogs he saves will never be enough.

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Cell towers contiue to go up on school grounds

26-08-2015 Hits:339 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Cell towers contiue to go up on school grounds

BOWIE – Milestone Communications has continued to build towers as per its agreement with the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) Board of Education, despite opposition from invested, concerned citizens across the county against cell towers on school property.

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Purple Line to increase economy, job security

26-08-2015 Hits:154 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Purple Line to increase economy, job security

COLLEGE PARK – With Prince George’s County’s extra contribution to the Purple Line light rail project, the municipalities from the county and their citizens are looking forward into the future.

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State News

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Silver Line derailment thrusts WMATA officials into action

19-08-2015 Hits:311 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Silver Line derailment thrusts WMATA officials into action

WASHINGTON—The metro Board of Directors have announced they will return earlier than anticipated after the announcement of the derailment of a car on the Silver Line two weeks ago. Federal officials have sounded off on the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) and demanding solutions.

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Prince George's County agrees to commit extra $20M to Purple Line

14-08-2015 Hits:231 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Prince George's County agrees to commit extra $20M to Purple Line

NEW CARROLLTON – Just weeks after Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett committed an extra $40 million to the Purple Line light rail project, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker III has determined what his own county’s contribution will be.

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Hogan approves Purple Line pending county commitments

25-06-2015 Hits:585 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Hogan approves Purple Line pending county commitments

ANNAPOLIS – Governor Larry Hogan is moving forward with the Purple Line provided that Montgomery and Price George's counties increase their contributions, he announced Thursday.

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PGC Police make arrest in last week's homicide

28-08-2015 Hits:28 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Detectives from the Prince George’s County Police Department’s homicide unit have made an arrest in relation to the county’s 38th homicide that happened late last Friday in Glenn Dale.

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Amber Stanley killer still at large three years later

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Amber Stanley killer still at large three years later

It's been three years since a masked gunman kicked down the front door of a home on Chartsey Street in Kettering and fatally shot 17-year-old Amber Stanley while she was in bed.

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Baltimore Fire Lieutenant dies in motorcycle accident

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Baltimore Fire Lieutenant dies in motorcycle accident

LAUREL - A 30-year veteran of the Baltimore County Fire Department, along with another male, were killed early Sunday morning in a motorcycle accident in Laurel.

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Redskins Chartitable Foundation gives low-income students supplies for School

Redskins Chartitable Foundation gives low-income students supplies for School

LANDOVER- The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation made sure students and partens do not have to worry about having the tools for a successful school year.

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Features

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Crab and Beer Festival a success

Crab and Beer Festival a success

NATIONAL HARBOR – Crabs, beer and watermelon were the highlight of one of the world’s largest crab feasts.

D.C. says welcome back to Donnie Simpson

D.C. says welcome back to Donnie Simpson

WASHINGTON – The D.C. metropolitan area can once again hear a familiar voice on Radio One.

College Park Aviation Museum: A museum of many firsts

College Park Aviation Museum: A museum of many firsts

COLLEGE PARK – The Wright Brothers model, the first helicopter flight and the initial United States Postal Airmail Service are some of the main exhibits one can find at the College Park Aviation Museum. 

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