Tuesday Mar 4
Tray Chaney's "Self Made Star" Video Shows The Wire Star Is Still at It
Fans of The Wire will be glad to know that Tray Chaney is still active. The Forestville, Md., native, who played Malik "Poot" Carr on David Simon 's social epic, recently released a video for "Self Made Star," in which he raps aggressively over an uptempo beat crafted by producer Don Fox .
Let the games begin
Family members can criticize each other without backlash, whereas the same criticism from those considered outsiders is not so easily accepted - a lesson Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is learning.
Vigil marks year since Forestdale shooting deaths
It's been a year since two 18-year-old men were shot and killed in Forestville, and loved ones and police hope you can help solve the case.
Inner Loop in Md. reopens after multi-vehicle crash
Shortly before 7 a.m., the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway between Central Avenue and Ritchie Marlboro Road reopened after a multi-vehicle crash.
Forestville man charged with murder after uncle dies in hospital
A Forestville man has been charged with murder after a stabbing that punctuated an argument between the man and his uncle, who died 10 days after the incident.
The Washington Post
Man charged with murder in stabbing death of uncle in Forestville home
A 35-year old man has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of his uncle in Forestville, Prince George's County police said.
The Baltimore Sun
Gansler remarks about Prince George's draw rebuke
More than two dozen elected officials who represent Prince George's County circulated a letter Monday protesting remarks Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler made over the weekend as he opened a gubernatorial campaign office in Forestville.
The Washington Post
Gansler opens office in Prince George's, questions rival's commitment to county
In an attempted show of strength on his rival's home turf, Maryland gubernatorial hopeful Douglas F. Gansler opened a campaign office Saturday in Prince George's County and argued that his ticket is more committed to the jurisdiction's vast economic development and educational needs than Lt.