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Schools, Local Connections
State and local officials gathered for the official opening of the first fully accessible playground in the Prince George's County Parks' system.
Police & Fire
Police have identified the pedestrian struck in Suitland Saturday night, but still have no leads on the suspect.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
New help for Prince George's job seekers; Fright Fest to open; Hyattsville once staging ground for massive women's motorized rally; two arrested on marijuana charges in T.G.I. Friday's parking lot; and scooter and moped owners prepare to shell out more.
Local Connections, Awareness
The famous dog trainer was in the DC area for the largest pack walk on the National Mall.
Police & Fire, Sports
Baltimore County police identified Earl Badu as the man who jumped from I-695 Thursday.
In the market for a new house? Just curious? Check out these recently listed homes for sale in Prince George’s County.
The county's department of corrections celebrated Hispanic culture.
As the election approaches, local students hope the DREAM Act will pass.
Visitors can enter a number of national parks for free Saturday.
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