A month-long manhunt has come to an end after Prince George’s County police nabbed the man wanted in the killing of a 3-year-old D.C. girl, NBC Washington reports.
A brutal and shocking infanticide case out of Maryland has a woman who was a mother of two very young children suffocating them to death. Prince George’s County police accused 24-year-old Sonya Katarina Spoon of suffocating 1-year-old Ayden Spoon and 3-year-old Kayla Thompson over the weekend and then telling her relatives what she had done. […]
Authorities in Maryland say a woman suffocated her two kids, 1 and 3 years old, and then told a relative about what she had done. The children died at the hospital. Over the weekend, Prince George’s County police accused 24-year-old Sonya Katarina Spoon of suffocating 1-year-old Ayden Spoon and 3-year-old Kayla Thompson. Police say they discovered [...]
About 100,000 Prince George’s County residents were advised Tuesday night to boil water before using it, after a break in a water main in the Hyattsville area. The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission advised the residents of areas...Show More Summary
When my wife and I were young parents in the late 1970s and I was working as a Metro reporter at The Washington Post covering Prince George's County and Maryland politics, we had a favorite saying we would utter whenever we bought new shoes and clothes for our two gradeschool kids: "Thank you, Mrs. Graham." As the years and decades...
According to the Associated Press, there is an active shooter situation developing at the Fort Lee Army Base in Prince George County, Virginia.
Police in Prince George's County, Md. say a man wounded two elderly people and killed his 3-year-old daughter before he was killed by police at the end of a car chase
White Maryland School Teacher Who Sued For Discrimination Awarded $350,000 via Washington Post A former Prince George’s County teacher won a $350,000 jury award after accusing the school system of discriminating against him because he is white. Jon Everhart alleged
A white teacher who said he suffered years of race-based abuse from his black boss at a Maryland High School was awarded $350,000 this month after he sued the school system for racial bias. Former Prince George's County teacher Jon Everhart...Show More Summary
My dog, Pork Chop, began his life at the pound in Prince George's County, Maryland. He and his sister found themselves there when they were only two weeks old. However, they are lucky because they made it out alive; many other "Pit Bulls"...Show More Summary
Juan Munford's twin 1-year-old daughters were found in a parked car with the windows down Friday in Prince George County, Va.; Munford himself was allegedly found having sex just 10 yards away
With Tuesday's launch of the Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland -- an intercounty bus service linking Howard, Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties and the city of Laurel that has replaced Central Maryland Regional Transit as the county's transit provider -- Howard bus riders will see some changes and improvements to their routes, officials said.
My Post colleague Ovetta Wiggins wrote this story about an Army soldier who returned from Afghanistan to surprise his son at a school Career Day at a school in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Watch Dellion Sitladin, Sr., who hadn’t seen his son for almost a year, walk in on Career Day event at Langley Park-McCormick Elementary. […]
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On Bladensburg Road along the border of Prince George’s County, Md., and Washington, D.C., a billboard reads, “57% of District of Columbia students drop out.” The billboard is large and imposing, with an orange backdrop and bold diagonal dashes on each side to mimic a road-hazard sign. Show More Summary
Last week, Brice Plebani stopped by the Seat Pleasant Activity Center in Prince George's County, Md., to drop off a graduation invitation. Read more...
On May 1, Maryland's Prince George's County Police Department (PGPD) smugly announced plans to live-tweet an upcoming prostitution sting. "We won't tell you when or where, other than it's somewhere in the county sometime next week," the PGPD said. Show More Summary
This past week, the Prince George’s County, MD, police department announced that it will be live-tweeting its prostitution raid. They intend to make a bold public statement that “prostitution isn't welcome here” in PG County. But as for the tweptical (sorry… Twitter spectacle) of a vice raid, those are most welcome here. read more
On Thursday, the Prince George’s County Police Department in Maryland announced that it would live-tweet a prostitution sting for the first time. “We won’t tell you when or where, except that it’s somewhere in the county sometime next week,” they said coyly. Show More Summary
Coming to you live next week from Prince George’s County: as-it-happens updates from a prostitution sting.