A proposal before PGCPS Board of Education would have shifted funds for school resource officers to social workers & mental health counselors. But it was tabled last week without discussion. The move disappointed supporters of […]
Prince Georges County entered a modified phase two reopening on June 15th. Outdoor church services of up to 250 people are permitted & indoor worship can take place at 25% capacity. For the full list […]
While traditional camps may not be an option this year, you can enroll your youngster in the county’s virtual summer clubhouses. Registration starts today for Prince George’s County residents. To enroll, go to pgparks.com.
The @USSupremeCourt @Scotus ruled yesterday to not dismantle a program that protects #undocumented #immigrants brought to the country as children. The ruling has had a profound impact on nearly 700k #daca recipients also known as […]
Bike shops are seeing a surge in business due to the pandemic.
The upkeep for animals on a farm can be quite costly, particularly during a pandemic. Patricia Villone reports on how a Waldorf petting farm is trying to stay afloat during
A Maryland family saw that their autistic daughter was having a hard time grasping the public health crisis. So, they created a comic book where she’s turned into a superhero to fight the virus.
After a couple months of staying distanced and at home, most states have started relaxing Covid-19 pandemic restrictions. But that means trying to figure out what we’re comfortable with when social distancing. Patricia Villone reports […]
Two separate protests took place in Prince George’s County, in response to police brutality and the recent death of George Floyd. Black Lives Matter of Prince George’s and participants marched across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. […]