Prince George’s County students will continue virtual learning this fall. CEO Dr. Monica Goldson announced this afternoon that kids would be learning online from August 31st until January 2021.
The official ban on the sale of #polystyrene in #MD went into effect July 1, but the deadline for #maryland schools and restaurants to stop using #styrofoam food containers & cups was recently extended by […]
Protesters gathered at the White Oak Police Station calling for change. This took place right before the Montgomery County Council held public hearings about police use of force.
While Prince George’s County is still considering whether it will reopen schools this fall, many people fear there is an academic gap due to the virus. We spoke with PGCPS Board of Education Member, Raaheela […]
If you were laid off from your job due to COVID-19, Employ Prince George’s has several programs that can help you. We recently spoke with President Walter Simmons about what this non-profit is doing to […]
As the county slowly reopens during the Covid-19 pandemic, Experience Prince George’s wants you to know about some of the main attractions you can enjoy this summer with your family.
#maryland recently approved a package of #emergencylegislation permitting #telehealth programs. Senator @cherylckagan, who sponsored one of the bills, explains.
Like other arts organizations in the DC region Washington Performing Arts continues its mission despite the pandemic.