VIA WJLA: Motorists on I-95 in Prince George’s County will have to slow down or pay up. A new speed camera is going up on I-95 at the site of the ICC construction project to protect road crews from speeders. Drivers approaching the speed trap on I-95 will first see a sign and then the […]

VIA GAZETTE.NET: As the newly relocated Dutch Country Market bustled with shoppers, a furniture store parking lot across the street sat nearly empty under a large yellow banner announcing a going-out-of-business sale. Prince George’s County Councilman Thomas E. Dernoga (D-Dist. 1) of Laurel, who was on hand for the market’s official grand opening on Sept. […]


VIA WJLA: Baltimore public school officials say a female middle school student who was diagnosed with swine flu has died. Schools CEO Andres Alonso said officials learned of the Montebello Elementary-Middle School student’s death on Wednesday. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene reported the state’s ninth death related to swine flu Wednesday, saying […]

VIA MYFOXDC.COM: WASHINGTON, D.C. – The road to redemption for Michael Vick took him to Covenant Baptist Church in D.C. The Eagles quarterback got a standing ovation as he started to deliver his anti-dogfighting message. “It’s a horrible thing and I wish I would have never did it, but I can’t take back the hands […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: Educationally speaking, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties are a world apart. But when it comes to hurdling Maryland’s ever-rising bar for academic achievement, the two school systems have one thing in common: They tripped up this year. Both counties failed to meet Maryland’s standards for elementary, middle and high school students this […]

VIA MYFOXDC: ASHBURN, Va. – Washington Washington Football Team players Chris Cooley and Derrick Dockery along with their wives hosted 20 local ladies battling breast cancer for a special luncheon on Tuesday at Washington Football Team Park in Ashburn. A number of other Washington Football Team players and coaches joined the Cooleys and the Dockerys […]

Join Bernie McCain Wednesday, September 30th at 5 pm EST for a conversation with Prince George’s County Police Chief Roberto L. Hylton. He plans to discuss his goals for the community, including educating, training and empowering county residents. As police chief, he wants to focus on encouraging officers to have greater interaction with the community in […]

VIA MYFOXDC: WASHINGTON – Metro is planning to install cameras on rail cars after accepting a federal homeland security grant. The transit agency’s board of directors voted last week to accept nearly $28 million to pay for cameras. Most of the money will put additional cameras on buses, in ventilation shafts, at station entrances and […]

Forget the tradition and the glory years. There is a climate of failure that permeates this organization and after years of tropical storms Sunday’s loss was the Burgundy and Gold’s Hurricane Katrina. While Jim Zorn is clearly a deer in headlights as an NFL head coach, he is not solely to blame the team’s collapse. […]


VIA WJLA: More than 100 D.C. teenagers walked out of class Monday because they’re angry about the way they say their teachers are being treated. Students from four D.C. public high schools converged on the school system’s headquarters Monday. They’re upset about impending teacher layoffs recently announced by D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee. “I am out […]