Montgomery County, Maryland, has followed other communities in the area and nationwide in introducing a bill calling for changes in police procedures after the death of George Floyd at the hands.....
July 7, 2020
“How do you present music at a time when nobody can get together?” music specialist David Plylar told WTOP. “We thought we might be able to produce short-scale works of one to three minutes each from a variety of composers from around the country and pair them up with a different performer and have them do this socially-distanced music.”
July 6, 2020
Following the death of George Floyd, the police chief for the town of Edmonston, in Prince George’s County, Maryland, has implemented a new order to hold his police officers accountable when they see inappropriate force being used.
July 5, 2020
This week the Board of Education for Prince George’s County, Maryland, passed a resolution adding a course in financial literacy to graduation requirements.
July 1, 2020
Starting Monday, the Cheverly Health Center is open for testing, by appointment only, from Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Appointments can be booked by calling (301) 883-6627.
The site will be set up to accommodate drive-through and foot traffic.
June 29 , 2020
Prince George’s County helps the out of work
The nonprofit group known as Employ Prince George’s is offering some money as a temporary relief to those who need it the most.
Anyone who has been laid off and is making $19 an hour or less will qualify for this help.
June 20 , 2020
In Prince George’s County, it’s nearly 75 percent. And that raises a question – is enough being done to inform the community?
In Prince George’s County, there have been 99 deaths linked to the coronavirus so far.
May 22, 2020
“During these challenging and uncertain times, it is a great honor to address the Spring 2020 graduates of the University of Maryland, College Park,” Hoyer said. “I know this year’s celebrations will look a bit different, but I look forward to joining together with the UMD family to recognize the achievements of our graduates and wish them well as they enter the next phase of their lives.”
May 22, 2020
“They’re fearful of having to pay rent, given some of them have lost their jobs,” Glass said Tuesday. “The last thing we want anyone to worry about is losing their home.”
May 21, 2020
The Montgomery County, Maryland, council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve $5 million in emergency aid to retail shops and restaurants that have been hit financially hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
May 20, 2020
Georgetown University, anchor of the riverfront D.C. neighborhood that shares its name, is quietly expanding in the city’s core with plans for an 11-story student residence hall and new academic and policy enterprises a few blocks from the Capitol.
November 29, 2019
The Greater Washington, D.C., area is one of the top office markets in the nation. An influx of young working professionals and federal government contractors has made the market ripe for office construction. As of Q2, there are over 10K SF of office development under construction, surging ahead of every major U.S. office market but New York, JLL reported.