Wednesday Jul 16
International Festival in Largo draws thousands
Avis Jackson, 51, of Capitol Heights gives items to festival attendees who completed surveys for the Prince George's County Health Department.
Thermal Images Used in Catching Armed Robbery Suspects
Thermal imaging and a police helicopter helped authorities capture three men suspected of robbing a convenience store at gunpoint in Capitol Heights, Maryland, last week.
Police Investigate Elderly Driver's Fatal Crash
An elderly Capitol Heights man who died may have had a medical problem that caused him to crash his car into a truck in Seat Pleasant, says the Prince George's County Police Department .
Edgewater Man Sentenced to 42 Months in Prison for $7M Fraud
An Edgewater businessman lied about a company he created and used millions of dollars in federal contracts the firm received to pay for gambling, luxury vacations, veterinarian care for pets and limo rides, say federal authorities.
New Hyattsville school to be Edward Felegy Elementary
The new Hyattsville area school will open its doors in August as the Edward M. Felegy Elementary School, named in honor of a former Prince George's County educator, administrator and proponent of arts education.
Baltimore Jewish Times
No Vacation from Bigotry, Hate
In the current economy, the concept of a vacation, especially for the working poor among us, is something of a luxury.
Residents say fun amenities will spark childrena s imaginations
A water spraying skunk, a joke-telling gnome and numerous slides are just a snippet of what Prince Georgians can enjoy upon entering the newly renovated Walker Mill Regional Park in Capitol Heights.