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Hollingsworth reminisces on previous decisions

02-07-2015 Hits:161 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Hollingsworth reminisces on previous decisions

We continue our conversation with Hyattsville Mayor Candace Hollingsworth. This week, we discuss transparency and why Hollingsworth ran for mayor. Sentinel reporter Candace Rojo Keyes conducted the interview.

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Bowie Business Innovation Center celebrates three years of service

01-07-2015 Hits:111 Local PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Bowie Business Innovation Center celebrates three years of service

BOWIE –The Bowie Business Innovation Center (BIC) celebrated three years of assisting small businesses in Prince George’s County by inviting residents to an anniversary celebration on June 24.

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NASA legislative affairs director running for Bowie city council

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NASA legislative affairs director running for Bowie city council

BOWIE – Karl H. Stehmer, a legislative affairs director for NASA, has filed to run in this November’s election to fill the District 1 seat currently held by Councilmember James Marcos.

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Hogan approves Purple Line pending county commitments

25-06-2015 Hits:308 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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Maryland officials call for recall of Confederate flag license plates

25-06-2015 Hits:179 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Maryland officials call for recall of Confederate flag license plates

UPPER MARLBORO – Maryland officials are calling for the removal the Confederate flag from state license plates after a shooting in Charleston, South Carolina last week took the lives of nine black people.

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Hogan announces he has cancer

22-06-2015 Hits:220 State PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Hogan announces he has cancer

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced Monday afternoon he has an advanced form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, but he will remain in office as he battles the disease.

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County police officer arrested and charged with murder

29-05-2015 Hits:325 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

County police officer arrested and charged with murder

WALDORF– The Prince George’s County Police Department (PGPD) has suspended one of its officers without pay after the Charles County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) charged him with murder on Monday.

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Elementary school teacher charged with sexual abuse

13-05-2015 Hits:341 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Elementary school teacher charged with sexual abuse

LAUREL – Prince George’s County Police arrested and charged a William Paca Elementary School teacher last Wednesday with sexual abuse for a series of alleged incidents with one of his male students.

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Police search for “menace” who stole boy’s wheelchair

22-04-2015 Hits:599 Crime PG Editor - avatar PG Editor

Police search for “menace” who stole boy’s wheelchair

Days after a man allegedly stole 4-year-old Langley Park resident Joshua Romero’s wheelchair, another Prince George’s County resident stepped forward to give the boy a replacement. 

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Sports

Bishop McNamara alum selected by Boston in second round of NBA Draft

Bishop McNamara alum selected by Boston in second round of NBA Draft

Former Bishop McNamara High basketball standout Marcus Thornton has made school history.

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Where to go on July 4

Where to go on July 4

This Saturday is Independence Day and while you could sit at home, eat apple pie and play with some sparklers, you could also be at one of the many events this holiday weekend. So here is a list of everything going on.

Residents rock out at Hyattsville Summer Jam

Residents rock out at Hyattsville Summer Jam

HYATTSVILLE – Children ran in the street next to the police station and music rang through the halls of the municipal building. It was not a problem for city residents, however, because it was all part of the city’s Summer Jam.

Local musician finds her calling and “It’s Alright”

Local musician finds her calling and “It’s Alright”

When Akeira Cramer attended high school, she had never had any formal music training and just participated in school musicals and plays. 

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