County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III Responds To Governor Hogan’s Proposal For Private School Funding

Governor Hogan recently announced that he is proposing to increase private school funding by $10 million. Rushern L. Baker, III, Prince George’s County Executive, responded by saying that when public schools have... Read more »

Health Insurance Enrollment Events By Health Connect Scheduled For This Weekend

For Prince Georgians, who are not enrolled in the Affordable Care Act, enrollment events are scheduled this Saturday, December 10, 2016. The deadline to change an existing health care policy or enroll... Read more »
Ad Widget

Why Visiting A Prince George’s County Vineyard Is A Special Treat

When most people think of vacations, they think of amusement parks, beach resorts, cruises and historical neighborhoods. While all of these are great tourist destinations, they cannot compare to visiting a vineyard... Read more »

RV Living In Maryland And Beyond

Many couples that undergo a momentous change in their life, such as retirement, layoff or empty nest are deciding to give up their homes for RV living. There are many benefits for... Read more »

The Surratt House Museum Is Offering A Holiday Discount In Gift Shop

(Clinton) John and Mary Elizabeth Jenkins Surratt built the Surratt House in 1952. The middle-class farmhouse, also a public dining room, tavern and hotel, plays a huge role in American history. The... Read more »

Maryland Zoo Is Preparing For A New Nocturnal Feline Exhibit in 2017

The Maryland Zoo is comprised of a 135-acre park, with more than 1,500 mammals, birds (200 species), reptiles and amphibians. The Zoo opened to the city public in 1876, making it the... Read more »

One Of The Oldest Remaining Structures In Upper Marlboro, Maryland – Sasscer’s House

The Sasscer’s House, also known as Kingston House, holds significant historical value for the town of Upper Marlboro. According to the government records, the original structure was built before 1730-1735, marking it... Read more »

Maryland Lottery Regulators Looking To Increase Sales, With A $30 Scratch-Off Ticket

Thought a $10 lottery ticket was a bit more than you could risk? Well, the Maryland Lottery regulators will soon be enticing players with a $30 scratch-off ticket. The decision to offer... Read more »

Prince George’s County 2016 Warming Centers Are Announced

The first season snowfall hits Midwest on Friday, with 40-mile-an-hour wind gusts. Norfolk, Columbus, and Sioux City areas received 1 to 2 inches of snow, while some locations in north-central Nebraska reported... Read more »