PGCo at SOTU, Gov. Hogan Mum on Matters, Free Microsoft Office

Rude Congress

Prince George’s and District Heights Police Departments make ugly appearance and State of the Union, new Governor Hogan hasn’t spoken but I suspect he’ll be talking soon. PGCo public school students and their families get free Microsoft Office.

What’s Up & Down in Prince George’s County

Up and Down Feature

Crime is down for the 4th year in a row, but College Park has questions. Infamous principal of Largo High is finally gone but no one’s talking terms. Illegal butt injector brought back to PGCo to face second degree murder charges, and Del. Washington seeks to yank the credit cards from the BOA’s hot little hands.


Riot Right Feature

By now you’ve heard about the Ferguson, MO grand jury’s decision to not indict officer Darren Wilson for the murder of the unarmed Black youth Michael Brown. What are you going to do about it?

MD Money & Children Need Discipline

Time Out Chair Feature

Suitland High School fight video goes viral, Churches testify about rain tax, Keys Energy Center in Brandy wine a boon, Tax incentives for film/television production in MD a BUST

PGCo, did you know…

Did You Know Feature

Officials are brainstorming for New Carrollton, Middle School Principal indicted for punching student, Forty UNDER 40 nominations-submit them NOW, ATM robberies, Million Dollar lottery winner from Capitol Heights

Why Buy in PGCo?

Why Buy House Image

The Redevelopment Authority of Prince George’s County has $5 million to fund your down payments and closing costs for homes purchased in the county. Why should you buy? Let’s talk about it.

Business is…

Business Feature 7x4

Prince George’s County has hiring and budget freeze, Gold’s Gym in Largo wins award, Real Estate giant Bozzuto stays in Greenbelt, and Councilwoman Karen Toles proposes legislation to stop hotels’ hourly rates

October Events

October Events

Seat Pleasant Fall Fun & Fitness Festival is Free for all, A Taste of DC is yours for a price but you can celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at Suitland Community Center and taste some great dishes for FREE, University of Maryland and Bowie State University are having HOMECOMING events this weekend so be mindful as you drive, Job/Career at Prince George’s Community College is a good opportunity, New York Times best selling author Kimberla Lawson Roby headlines Black authors weekend, County Exec. Baker’s Legislative listening sessions in October need your voice to know what is REALLY the priority of the people, School board candidate Lupi Grady hosting concert at Busboys & Poets in Hyattsville. More to come.