September 2014: Job openings in Prince George's County Maryland
Now that school has started. It is time for job hunters to update resumes and brush up for on-the-spot interviews with employers at job fairs; once you network with friends and associates or computer search to determine where the next job fair will be held.
Prince Georgea s kindergartners say a holaa to new program
Franklin Shelton says goodbye to his daughter, Zion, on Tuesday just before her first day of kindergarten at Phyllis E. Williams' new Spanish Immersion program.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Taste of Prince Georgea s attracts 800
Forest Heights resident Emma Nelson, who specializes in West African cuisine through her catering business, Suya to Go, grills chicken during the Taste of Prince George's Food and Wine Festival at Six Flags America in Upper Marlboro on August 23. Despite the rain, more than 800 people came out to sample diverse dishes from Prince George's County ... (more)
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Face your financial problems tactfully and with confidence
Thousands of people default on their debt repayments every day across the country.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
County Animal Services luau is the cata s meow
Are you a kitten or cat lover? Well, you can adopt a furry friend for just $5 or, better yet, for free if you have the best dance skills.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Taste of Prince Georgea s spurs friendly competition
Monica Biscoe-Brooks/ Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation A bartender competes in the mixology competition at last yearís Taste of Prince Georgeís food and wine festival at Six Flags America in Largo.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Teens creates app to fight Prince Georgea s blight
A trio of Prince George's County students have created a new app they hope can take a bite out of blight in the Kentland and Palmer Park communities.
Prince Georgea s school year to start on a Tuesday
Melissa Conde, 5, of Bowie holds her free back pack Saturday from the Prince George's County Public Schools back-to-school fair at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Teacher fired in Prince Georgea s school system wins lawsuit alleging retaliation
A former Largo High School English teacher was awarded $350,000 compensatory damages by U.S. District Court in a lawsuit against the Prince George's County school system for retaliation.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Riders rescued from atop Maryland roller coaster
Firefighters make their way to stranded rollercoaster riders at the Six Flags America resort in Largo, Maryland.
2 dozen people stuck on Md. Six Flags ride
More than a dozen people are stuck on a ride at Six Flags in Largo, Md., according to Prince George's County Fire Department.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
White Teacher Wins $350,000 in Bias Lawsuit Against Maryland School
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.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
The Washington Post
White teacher claiming discrimination wins jury award
A white, male former Maryland teacher has won a $350,000 jury award after claiming that schools officials retaliated against him because of his race.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Woman killed in crash involving MSP cadet
A woman has died in a crash Friday involving a Maryland State Police cadet on the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County.