Just one day ahead of a vote on the county budget, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker is now asking the County Council for less than half of what he had initially wanted for extra school funding in next year’s budget.
Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker endorsed Chris Van Hollen for the United States Senate on Wednesday.
Maryland officials are scheduled to break ground on a $37 million project to improve access to the Branch Avenue Metro station in Suitland.
Maryland officials are gathering to push for relocating a new FBI headquarters in the state.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray is meeting with local government leaders from Maryland and Virginia to talk about the wide-ranging effects of the federal government shutdown.
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.
Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker is set to announce a new public schools CEO.
The Maryland State Board of Education Chair Dr. Charlene Dukes along with the PGCPS Chief Executive Officer Search Committee will host the event.
The House of Delegates has given final approval to a bill giving the Prince George’s County executive more control over the county’s school system.
Prince George’s County Senators have approved a measure that would allow County Executive Rushern Baker to select the county’s new schools superintendent and choose the chairman and vice chairman of an expanded Board of Education.