A Maryland man confessed to setting off “bottle bombs” in six incidents at five movie theaters in Virginia and Maryland, authorities said Monday.
Two movie theaters were evacuated less than an hour apart after bottle bombs were set off overnight, one week after an explosion in a Virginia theater.
It was supposed to be known as “God’s promised land in Largo” but instead, a mega-church near the Largo Town Center and Metro station remains vacant and half-built.
Health officials in Prince George’s County are sponsoring an event designed to promote AIDS awareness.
Metro has released a new map detailing the upcoming Silver Line that will connect Loudoun County in Virginia to Prince George’s County in Maryland by way of downtown Washington.
The $645 million facility on 70 acres of county-owned land near a Metro station would replace the financially troubled Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly.
Police in Prince George’s County are handing out free “Child ID Kits.” When completed, the kits contain all the information detectives would need in the event the child goes missing.
A D.C. man died Friday after being shot in Largo on June 2, and police are now working to establish suspects and a motive in his murder.
Service has been restored to residents of one Largo neighborhood who had to spend their entire Thanksgiving holiday without running water.
Forty-nine-year-old Troy Nash was sentenced in circuit court on Thursday. He was convicted in the 53-year-old stabbing of Vanessa Riddick in August 2007.