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Gwynn Park community comes together to help cheerleader overcome cancer

26-09-2014 Hits:1034 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Gwynn Park community comes together to help cheerleader overcome cancer

BRANDYWINE - As a high school freshman, Alexandria Herndon flew into the air doing back handsprings and tucks as a cheerleader.

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Central Democratic Committee reverses decision regarding Board of Education endorsements

24-09-2014 Hits:1313 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Central Democratic Committee reverses decision regarding Board of Education endorsements

SUITLAND - The Prince George’s County Democratic Central Committee voted 12-7 to endorse four Board of Education candidates for the general election in November after voting unanimously last week to not endorse anyone.

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Teaming up to fight retinal disease

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Teaming up to fight retinal disease

GREENBELT – A local organization, the Retina Group of Washington (RGW) is joining forces with the Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) to help identify and treat people who are at risk of getting retinal disease.

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Cardin and Mikulski trying to find ways to help make it easier for students to pay for college

10-09-2014 Hits:908 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Cardin and Mikulski trying to find ways to help make it easier for students to pay for college

BOWIE – U.S Senators Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin are hoping to make students’ lives easier after visiting Bowie State University last week and hearing students’ concerns about student loans and debt.

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Maryland Healthcare Exchange Under Investigation

04-09-2014 Hits:1037 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Maryland Healthcare Exchange Under Investigation

Last Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Andy Harris (D-Md.) announced the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General is beginning an investigation into the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange and issued subpoeanas.

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Almost There...

30-07-2014 Hits:2316 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Almost There...

WASHINGTON – Prince George’s County is one step closer to becoming the home of the new FBI headquarters after the General Services Administration announced two county locations are among the finalists Tuesday.

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Police arrest man who allegedly killed three-year-old girl

17-09-2014 Hits:709 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Police arrest man who allegedly killed three-year-old girl

WASHINGTON – D.C. police arrested Davon Wallace Tuesday morning, bringing a 38-day search to an end.

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FBI aiding county police’s search for killer

10-09-2014 Hits:886 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

FBI aiding county police’s search for killer

LANDOVER - Prince George’s County police continue to search for the man accused of killing a three-year-old last month, and now the FBI has joined the search.

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Police arrest suspect accused of killing man while stealing cell phone

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Police arrest suspect accused of killing man while stealing cell phone

LANGLEY PARK – Prince George's County Police Department arrested a man accused of stabbing another man to death while stealing a cell phone.

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Sports

Surrattsville runs over Central 42-0

Surrattsville runs over Central 42-0

CAPITOL HEIGHTS – On a second down play with seven yards to go at midfield, the Central High School Falcons were marching down the field, trying to relinquish a 21-0 deficit in the middle of the second quarter. “Watch for the screen! Watch for the screen!” Surrattsville High School head coach Robert Harris yelled to his defense as he sized up Central’s formation.

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Local artists show off their work at Hyattsville Arts Festival

Local artists show off their work at Hyattsville Arts Festival

HYATTSVILLE – Nestled in the middle of dozens of booths at the city’s arts festival were the colorful vibrant paintings from local artist Jay Durrah.

With help of GEICO, Publick Playhouse ready to entertain as season begins

With help of GEICO, Publick Playhouse ready to entertain as season begins

CHEVERLY – With the help of a generous grant from the GEICO Philanthropic Foundation, children who attend Title I elementary schools in Prince George’s County are able to attend shows at The Prince George’s Publick Playhouse for the Performing Arts for free.

Woman combines love of art and music using recycled materials

Woman combines love of art and music using recycled materials

GREENBELT – The phrase reduce, reuse and recycle has resonated into the artwork of a local artist.