Prince George's County News
Man found guilty in Pr. George's County in murder of community activist found in well
Marra Forni in Beltsville, which currently employs 11 people, is preparing to grow exponentially using a $455,000 loan backed by Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker's touted Economic Development Incentive Fund.
Classes at the University of Maryland University College's Largo campus have been canceled for Monday night.
A jackknifed semi on the Inner Loop of the Beltway is blocking the right lane before Rt. 201/Kenilworth Avenue.
Local firefighters climbed 110 stories to honor fallen firefighters Saturday.
Prince George's County boater injured in accidental crash in Deale, Md.
Plans are plowing ahead for the new Purple Line and residents are being asked to sound off - not about whether they want the new train to run through Bethesda, but which route they prefer.
Md. Del. Darren Swain beaten, robbed after giving ride to young men; 1 man charged
Police were called to the scene of a robbery on Sunday in Prince George's County after a man's car was stolen.
Rep. Hoyer files for re-election to Maryland's 5th congressional district
A boiler room fire leaves a local hospital on a backup generator early Friday morning.
The family of a firefighter who died in a car wreck last week came home from his funeral on Wednesday to find their home had been burglarized.
Protesters from Landover and the District joined others in Prince George's County for a national demonstration against recent firings at Walmart.
The wife of a former Marine struck and killed in a hit-and-run collision Saturday says the driver has taken way her "best friend."
Police have arrested a Landover woman who they say tried to kill an 8-year-old boy.
Hyattsville police say they have located both Dinora Mejia-Guevara and her son Evin.
Police have identified the three people who were injured when a single-engine plane had trouble after takeoff and crashed along a highway in Bowie.
Firefighter injured, 5 families displaced after 2-alarm fire in Fort Washington apartments
It began as a way to raise money for the community and now it's the place to be during the holiday weekend. So what makes the Greenbelt Labor Day Festival unique?
A new water taxi carries passengers more quickly from the National Harbor to the Georgetown Waterfront.
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