News does an investigative report on human trafficking and prostitution in Prince George’s County. If the rebranding of PGCo is to be a success, this situation needs to be handled right now. Producers, community leaders, and trafficking survivors say our council knows exactly what’s going on.
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.
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.
It doesn’t appear that we will have a Governor for our county. Larry Hogan’s decisions, so far, have not favored this area.
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?
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
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
Prince George’s County we have a republican Governor, some old slugs, new promising delegates and an answer on Question J.
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.
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