Join the community on Tuesday, August 1st between 5:30pm - 8:30pm for free hot dogs, snacks and fun. 

After the recent congressional shooting, random presidential twitter covfefe, and suspected ties to Russia, national security officials found it in their best interest to beef up protection this Fourth of July weekend. Just four days away from Independence Day and fences have gone up, screening tents, and protection against vehicle attacks. Law enforcement says visitors […]

It is very important to know your status no matter who you are and who you love. HIV testing keeps us all safe and aware. Today is National HIV Testing Day. You can go get free testing in multiple areas. Check out the testing locator below to find a testing station closest to you.

Prince Georges County Parks And Recreation and Radio One celebrates, Deanna Jefferson, one of the nominees for this year’s Black History Month Community Award.

18 year old Aaron Crouch, of Prince George’s County, is on his way to being a major world opera star. Though he was accepted into the renowned Julliard School of the Arts in New York, Crouch decided to complete his first year at the Curtis Institute of Music, a conservatory in Philadelphia that is rumored […]

  Father’s Day is typically greeted with mixed reactions, frustrations, and sometimes hate in the black community. So much so that good fathers and healthy father/child relationships are often overlooked. This stigma leaves us devastated, deprived, and unenthusiastic as it relates to fatherhood. However, one organization has set out to replace chips for apples and […]

  In a Montgomery County courtroom Thursday, lawyers feuded over whether or not Lee Boyd Malvo, one of the DC Snipers of 2002, should be considered for a resentencing hearing. Malvo, 32, was 17 when he was arrested. The judge gave him 10 life sentences – six in Montgomery County, Maryland, and four in Virginia. […]