PSC commissioner Celia Kiram, in charge of the agency’s Women in Sports programs, has spearheaded the national awareness campaign through this online competition amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
County and state leaders and the University of Maryland Medical System cut the ribbon on the state's first new hospital in 30 years.
Two people were arrested Wednesday and a search was underway for a third suspect after an officer was struck by a car as he responded to a report of a theft, Prince George’s County police said.
After Prince George’s County failed to meet requirements under a municipal stormwater permit, the Maryland Department of the Environment has required it to complete environmental projects that will treat runoff, according to an announcement Tuesday.
The school system in Prince George's County's, Maryland, stayed in a virtual learning format longer than other jurisdictions in the rest of the state. Now, it is offering summer classes to do more than just address "learning loss."
Prince George’s County Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Monica Goldson announced plans for the 2021-22 academic year which will welcome most students back to classrooms for full-time, in-person learning this fall.
Prince George’s County Board of Education’s newest student member will be Bowie resident Alvaro Ceron-Ruiz, a junior at Eleanor Roosevelt High School.
MacArthur Genius and MIT professor Linda Griffith has built an epic career as a scientist and inventor, including growing a human ear on a mouse. She now spends her days unpacking the biological mechanisms underlying endometriosis, a condition in which uterus-like tissue grows outside of the uterus. Endometriosis can be brutally painful, is regularly misdiagnosed and misunderstood, and has affected Griffith’s life along with the lives of over 6 million other women in the U.S. Griffith’s research...
A British woman who lost her job for saying transgender women are “not women” and that a person’s sex cannot be changed won a battle against her ex-employer.
Prince William, who turns 39 tomorrow, was joined by Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, six, at the beginning of the event in Sandringham, Norfolk.
Prince Charles, 72, praised the 'incomparable' D-Day veterans on the 77th anniversary of the Normandy landings with just a photo of his mother, eldest son and eldest grandchild behind him.
The Prince of Wales, 72, is seen perched on a statue in Balmoral in 1951 as his parents and grandfather watch affectionately in a post which marked the first Father's Day without the late Duke of Edinburgh.