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Greenbelt and Landover sties still in the running, along with one Virginia site.
With the economical benefits of legalized marijuana working for Colorado, is your state the next in line?
The proposed Purple Line light rail would connect Bethesda with New Carrolton, while displacing 116 homes and businesses. The 150-day period to file lawsuits tied to the project began this w
Prince George's County lawmakers may create a special science and technology district to lure science and technology jobs through incentive programs.
An event to enroll uninsured Maryland residents in quality, affordable health coverage will be held March 15 in Prince George’s County.
Riverdale has a new neighbor; Court Appointed Special Advocate has moved to new offices in the area. An April open house is planned.
The proposed Purple Line light rail would connect Bethesda with New Carrolton. State officials say it will ease traffic congestion and spur development, while displacing 116 homes and busine
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Residents are asked to park on the even-numbered sides of residential streets or in their driveways to assist the crews in clearing the roadways.
Are you dodging potholes on your commute? Report them to the Prince George's County Department of Public Works and Transportation.
Prince George's County residents are asked to park in their driveways and stay off the roads as crews tackle snow-removal.
Construction issues have caused a delay in the opening of the temporary location of the Laurel Branch Library.
Six versions of a minimum wage bill -- from statewide to county choice -- should go before the Maryland House and Senate.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Baltimore, is Maryland’s lone co-sponsor of the bill to prevent the National Security Agency from collecting people's private data.
A Montgomery County delegate wants to require markets and restaurants to label fish by their country of origin. Patch readers seem to agree as a way to preserve the state's heritage.
Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey says he'll be back for a third season of "House of Cards," which uses Maryland's film tax credits. Season two will be on Netflix Feb. 14.
Conversation continues in Annapolis whether pit bulls and their owners should be treated differently under Maryland law.
A Montgomery County delegate has introduced a bill that would require Maryland markets and restaurants to label fish by their common names and list country of origin.
Practices that keep waste out of landfills and more recycling have boosted Prince George's County's green efforts.
Prince George's County residents can share their views on budget priorities at a hearing Feb. 12 in Laurel.